|Scientific Name||Thea sinensis L.|
|Latin Name||Theae Folium|
Saying Gi of the lower part of human.
Efficacy in cooling the heat.
Efficacy in digesting foods
Efficacy in stopping restlessness and thirst.
Efficacy in curing brain muddled with fatigue and getting exhausted due to the damp heat of summer.
Efficacy in making eyes and heads clear.
Efficacy in detoxifying.
This is a method of removing phlegm.
|Diseases and symptom||
amenorrhea; menstrual block absence or suppression of menstruation.
sudden turmoil; cholera disease; acute gastroenteritis; acute vomiting and diarrhea a group of diseases including cholera, characterized by sudden and drastic vomiting and diarrhea.
This is a syndrome with chronic coughing and inflammation in urination.
a symptom of pruritis due to smallpox
restlessness and thirst; polydipsia
affection by summer heat; exposure to summer heat
gases retention in the lungs
(1) precordial pain; intermittent cardiac pain (2) epigastric pain
sore of scrotum
miasma 1. pestilential pathogene 2. malaria
wind stroke 1. apoplexy 2. invasion of wind pathogen 3. wind-stroke syndrome syndrome due to external affection by the pathogenic wind, manifested by fever, headache, perspiration, slow and floating pulse.
|Properties and Tastes||bitterness and sweetness, coolness|
|Working Organs||heart; stomach; lung|
|IPC||A61K 36/82; A61K 127/00|
|Keywords||Camellia sinensis O. KTZE.; Goda; Thea sinensis L.; Theae Folium|
|Related Compound (All 2)||Syringaresinol; Myricetin-3-O-beta-D-galactopyranoside|
|DB Publishing Date||Dec 6, 2007|
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