Chinese name: chai hu
English Name: radix bupleuri
Latin Name: : Bupleurum L.
Use Part : root
Specification : Whole,Cut Slice, Bio Powder,Extract Powder
Main function : Reconcile exterior and interior, soothe liver and promote Yang
Application : Medicine,Health Care food,Wine,etc.
Storage : Cool and dry place.
Packing : 1kg/bag,20kg/carton, as per buyers request
Bupleurum, name of traditional Chinese medicine. It is a herbal medicine included in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia. The medicinal part is the dried root of Bupleurum Bupleurum or narrow leaf Bupleurum. Excavate in spring and autumn, remove stems, leaves and sediment, and dry. Bupleurum is a common antidote. It is also called Dixun, mountain vegetable, mushroom grass and firewood. It tastes bitter and slightly cold, and belongs to the liver and gallbladder meridian. It has the effect of reconciling exterior and interior, soothing liver and Promoting Yang. For cold and fever, cold and heat exchanges, malaria, liver depression and qi stagnation, chest and rib pain, anal prolapse, uterine prolapse and irregular menstruation.
Reconcile exterior and interior, soothe liver and promote Yang
For cold and fever, cold and heat exchanges, malaria, liver depression and qi stagnation, chest and rib pain, anal prolapse, uterine prolapse and irregular menstruation
1. Exogenous fever this product is slightly cold and kuxiexin powder has a good evacuation and antipyretic effect on exogenous fever. It can be used alone or in compound. For example, Chaihu powder in the original recipe is used together with licorice, and Chaige jieji Decoction in the six books of typhoid fever is combined with Scutellaria baicalensis and raw gypsum to treat exogenous fever. Modern clinical use of single or compound Bupleurum injection in the treatment of exogenous fever has satisfactory antipyretic effect. For those with evil in Shaoyang and cold and heat, use this product with Scutellaria baicalensis, etc. For cold and hot malaria, bupleurum is often used in combination with Changshan and betel nut.
2. Liver depression, flank pain, headache, irregular menstruation and dysmenorrhea. This product is good at reaching liver qi and soothing liver depression. It is often compatible with white peony, angelica, Poria cocos and mint to treat the above symptoms caused by blood deficiency and liver depression; If it is used to treat hypochondriac pain and cold heat exchange caused by liver depression and blood stagnation, it should be used equally with Fructus aurantii, Rhizoma Cyperi, Ligusticum chuanxiong and peony; If the treatment of liver and gallbladder stagnation is caused by damp heat, it is often used with heat clearing, dehumidification and cholagogic drugs such as Yinchen, Gardenia jasminoides, Qiancao and Phellodendron.
3. Organ prolapse due to Qi deficiency and depression. This product is good at raising Yang and lifting depression. It can be used to treat upper symptoms. Because it has no tonic power, it is often used with Astragalus membranaceus, Atractylodes macrocephala, ginseng, cohosh and other products for tonifying qi and yang to enhance the drug power.
Usage and dosage
Collection and processing
Excavate in spring and autumn, remove stems, leaves and sediment, and dry
① Bupleurum: remove impurities and residual stems, wash, moisten thoroughly, cut thick slices and dry.
② Vinegar Bupleurum: take clean Bupleurum slices, add quantitative rice vinegar, mix well, moisten until the vinegar is absorbed, heat gently, fry dry, take out and cool. Sift away the debris. Every 100kg of Bupleurum tablets, 20kg of rice vinegar.
③ Turtle blood Bupleurum: take pure Bupleurum tablets, mix well with turtle blood and an appropriate amount of water, slightly stuffy, fry dry over low heat after the juice is absorbed, take out and let cool. Bupleurum tablets, 12.5kg of turtle blood per 100kg.
Store in a ventilated and dry place to prevent mildew and moth.