Jie Geng - Transform Phlegm Cold
LU (3-6g, 10g to discharge pus)


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      Jie Geng Actions and Indications
  • Opens and disperses LU qi; expels phlegm (for wind-heat or wind-cold cough: depending on combination. Also to assist regulation of Large Intestine and Urinary Bladder, treats constipation, dysenteric disorder, and urine retention)
  • Benefits throat (sore throat; loss of voice, important guide herb for throat)
  • Dispels Pus (LU abscess, throat abscess; lobar pnuemonia and bronchitis caused by heat toxins)
  • Guides other herbs to upper body (guiding herb for upper jiao, combine with zhi ke to regulate qi)
  • (cc: hemoptysis, dizziness, vomiting, yin deficient fire, overdose can cause rebellious ST qi)
    Special Notes:
  • Jie Geng and Xing Ren are often used to treat abormally rising LU qi. Jie Geng is neutral, while Xing Ren is more effective to treat cough.

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