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Bai Dou Kou 100 grams

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Product Description

Bai Dou Kou (100 gram bottle)

Brand: TCM Zone Single Herb Granule Packets

English name: Round Cardamon; Cardamon Cluster

Chinese name: Bai Dou Kou (dou kou; kou mi; yuan dou kou)

Unit Size: 100 gram bottle (5:1 extract granules)

Taste: Acrid

Properties: Warm; Aromatic

Contraindications: Yin Deficiency; Blood Deficiency

Chinese Symptomology: Dampness obstructing the Middle Burner; Damp-Warm obstructing the Middle Burner; Cold-Damp encumbering the Spleen and obstructing the movement of qi; Stomach deficiency; Middle Burner - Cold

Western Symptomology: Chest - Stifling sensation; Epigastric Fullness; Appetite - Lack; Vomiting due to cold from deficiency of the Spleen and Stomach; Food Accumulation

Actions: Promotes the movement of Qi, transforms dampness, and strengthens the Stomach; Warms the middle burner and causes rebellious qi to descend

Tongue: Very Greasy white Coating; Thick Coating

Branch: Lung; Spleen; Stomach

Ingredients: Bai Dou Kou

Acrid, warm and aromatic, Amomi Fructus rotundas (bai dou kou) enters the Lung, Spleen, and Stomach channels. It warms, disseminates, and pierces through turbidity by virtue of its aroma, and can mobilize stagnant qi within the Triple Burner, while opening the middle and easing the Stomach. It is particularly effective for dredging and dispersing Lung Qi blockage, It can warm the middle, transform dampness, awaken the Spleen, and restore the appetite. In this way it treats phlegm-dampness obstructing the Lungs and qi stasis which causes a stifling sensation in the chest; it does this by its warming transformation of phlegm-dampness and its ability to disseminate the Lung qi. It also tresats cold-dampness obstructing the middle with nausea, vomiting, hiccough or reflux, and Stomach and Intestinal qi constraint with epigastric and abdominal distention and pain.

Note: TCMZone products are intended to be used by those who are under the care and supervision of a LICENSED health care professional.