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Bai Ji Li (Chao), Ci Ji Li (Chao) 100 grams 5:1 concentration

Bai Ji Li (Chao), Ci Ji Li (Chao) 100 grams 5:1 concentration

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Treasure of the East - Single Herbs Bai Ji Li (Chao), Ci Ji Li (Chao) 100 grams 5:1 concentration

Treasure of the East Bai Ji Li (Chao), Ci Ji Li (Chao)

Bai Ji Li (Chao), Ci Ji Li (Chao), also known as calthrop fruit, expels wind, brightens the eyes, calms ascendant Liver yang and stops itching.

BrandTreasure of the East Single Herb Extract Granules
English namecalthrop fruit, puncture-vine fruit, tribulus (dry-fried)
Unit Size100 gram bottle (5:1 extract granules)
Serving SizeAs directed
Potency5:1
TasteAcrid, bitter
PropertiesNeutral
ContraindicationsUse with caution during pregnancy, and in cases of qi or blood deficiency.
Chinese SymptomologyHeadache, vertigo, or dizziness from ascendant Liver yang; Pain and distention in the chest or flanks, irregular menstruation, or insufficient lactation, from constrained Liver qi; Red, swollen, and painful eyes as well as increased tearing; Any kind of skin lesion with significant itching, such as hives. Also used for vitiligo, sometimes as a stand-alone herb. - -Bensky
ActionsExpels wind, brightens the eyes, calms ascendant Liver yang, stops itching, breaks up stagnation of qi and blood.
PatternAscendant Liver yang; Constrained Liver Qi; Wind-heat affecting the eyes; Wind itching.
BranchLiver
IngredientsBai Ji Li (Ci Ji Li) - Tribulus terrestris

Acrid, such that it disperses, and bitter, such that it drains, Tribuli Fructus (ci ji li) is light in weight, enabling it to reach the upper burner to calm the Liver and extinguish internal wind, while at the same time dredging Liver and Lung wind-heat, relieving Liver constraint, promoting the flow of qi, and breaking up blood stasis. It is used in the treatment of headaches or dizziness from ascendant Liver yang; red eyes and excessive lacrimatiion from wind-heat; wind-heat causing itching from wind-rash; and pain in the chest and flanks, irregular menstruation, breast abscess, or difficult lactation associated with Liver constraint stagnating the flow of qi. For insufficient lactation accompanied by painful breasts, it has been used as a stand-alone herb, dry-fried and ground into a powder. Encountering the Sources of the Classis of Materia Medica states that it 'is an important herb for treating wind and to brighten the eyes.' In an entry emphasizing the acrid-dispersing properties of the herb, the Divine Husbandman's Classic of the Materia Medica states: 'Governs noxious blood, breaks up fixed abdominal masses, clumping, gathered accumulations, throat painful obstruction, and urinary difficulty.' Miscellaneous Records of Famous Physicians adds: 'Governs wind-itching all over the body, headache, cough, and rebellion injuring the Lungs, and Lung atrophy disorder; stops irritability, and directs the qi downward.' The dried fruit is dry-fried until darker yellow. This method of preparation reduces its acrid-dispersing qualities, enhancing its ability to calm the Liver, anchor the yang, soothe the Liver, and release constraint. It is most often used in the treatment of Liver yang headaches and dizziness, pain in the chest and flanks, and insufficient lactation.--Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.

Concentrated powders of natural herbal products tend to absorb moisture from the air. Hence, it is necessary for the manufacturer to add a suitable amount of excipient to stabilize the concentrated herbal products. Non-GMO starch which contains maltodextrin, are used as excipients.

Reference

Maciocia, Giovanni. The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text.Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc. 2009. Print.

Bensky, D., Barolet, R. Chinese Herbal Mediicine: Materia Medica Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc 1993. Print
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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