Bupleurum's sexual taste is bitter, slightly cold, and liver and gallbladder.
Efficacy relieves fever, relieves liver and relieves depression, lifts yang.
Trait identification Beichaihu is cylindrical or oblong, with a length of 6-15 cm and a diameter of 0.3-0.8 cm. The root head is enlarged, leaving 3 to 15 stem bases or short fibrous leaf bases at the top, and lower branches. The surface is dark brown or light brown, with longitudinal wrinkles, root marks and lenticels. The material is hard and tough, not easy to break, the section is fibrous, the skin is light brown, and the wood is yellowish white. Slightly fragrant and slightly bitter.
The roots of Bupleurum chinense are thin and conical, with most fine hairy dead leaf fibers at the top and mostly unbranched or slightly branched at the bottom. The surface is reddish brown or dark brown, and there are many fine ring patterns near the root. The quality is slightly soft, easy to break, the section is slightly flat, not fibrous. Failed oil and gas.
Indications of illness: ① Evil in Shaoyang, cold and hot, cold and high fever.
② Liver qi depression, rib pain, irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea.
③ Long-time diarrhea of Qi deficiency, prolapse, anal prolapse, uterine prolapse, and prolapse of stomach.
Usage and dosage: Oral: Jiantang, 3 ~ 10g; into pills. Antipyretic and antipyretic should be used for health, Shugan Jieyu should be used for vinegar.
Please pay attention to the performance of this product, so the evidence of loss of true yin and rise of liver yang is taboo.
The story of Chaihu is told long ago, an old landlord, a rich man, hired two long-term workers named Chai and Hu. The two long-term workers call each other brothers. One day, Hu Di suddenly got a strange disease, fever for a while, and chills for a while. The cruel landlord actually dismissed the sick Hu Di and expelled him from the house.
Brother Chai was very angry and asked the landlord to complain, but the landlord ignored it. Brother Chai was so angry that he picked up Brother Hu and left. At the foot of a mountain, Hu Di could not walk, lying on the ground. Brother Chai went to find wild fruits to satisfy his hunger. Hu Di was hungry and unbearable. He randomly pulled out a kind of grass with bamboo leaves and chewed on the ground. Soon after eating the grass roots, Hu Di felt much more relaxed. When Brother Chai came back, he was surprised to find that Hu Shiling's fever was better! Brother Hu told Brother Chai about eating grass roots.
Both Brother Chai and Brother Hu believed that this kind of wild grass must be a medicine, so they dug some and brought it back, decoctioning the poor people who suffered from cold and heat, but the effect was very good. This proves that this grass does have a curative effect. Since then, the two of them have used this grass to heal people and cured many people. To commemorate them, future generations called this herbal medicine "Chaihu", which continues to this day.