Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat. (Fam. Asteraceae) I. Branch with flowers; 2—3. Flowers; 4. Stamen english name lamb of tartary part used dried rhizome
Rhizoma Cibotii is produced in the provinces of Fujian, Sichuan, Yunnan, and Zhejiang. Collected in autumn, the rhizome is heated in hot sand and cut into slices.
flavor, property, and channel tropism
Bitter and sweet in flavor, warm in property, acts on the Liver and Kidney channels.
Tonifies the Liver and Kidney, strengthens the muscles and bones, expels Wind Dampness.
clinical use and major combinations
For lower back pain, stiffness of the spine, difficulty in turning the body, and weakness of knees and feet, it is used with Cortex Eucommiae Ul-moidis (Du Zhong), Radix Dipsaci (Xu Duan), and Radix Achyranthis Bidentatae (Niu Xi). For profuse leukorrhea or incontinence.
dosage and administration
10—15 g, decocted in water for an oral dose.
It is contraindicated in patients with difficulty urinating and a bitter taste in the mouth due to Kidney Deficiency with Heat.
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