|Scientific Name||Allium tuberosum Roth.|
|Latin Name||Allii Tuberosi Herba|
|Used Part||aerial part|
Treating principle. Warming and tonifying medicine. Tonifying Yang energy of deficient heart and mind.
Method to promote the circulation of Gi.
Refers to the efficacy of invigorating the spleen and the stomach.
Efficacy in controlling vital essence not to leak.
Efficacy in warming waist and knees
Efficacy in reinforcing deficient body
Efficacy in scattering blood
Efficacy in warming Middle Cho
Efficacy in removing the stagnated phlegm in the body.
Efficacy in enriching Lung-Gi
Efficacy in detoxifying.
|Diseases and symptom||
a bite by dog
night sweat; night sweating spontaneous sweating during asleep and no sweating while awake, chiefly caused by deficiency of vital essence and presence of internal heat.
regurgitation; frequent vomiting
postpartum anemic faintness; faint after childbirth
asthma; dyspnea; abnormal rising of Gi; upward Gi dyspnea due to upward adverse flow of the lung-Gi
lingual pustule; boil of the tongue
water-grain dysentery; dysentery due to indigestion
hematuria; bloody urine without pain
leukorrhea with reddish discharge
skin disease due to the lacquer poison
spitting blood; cough with phlegm and blood
prolapse of the rectum
fetal toxication; fetal toxins; fetal toxicosis; congenital boils
hematemesis; blood vomiting; spitting blood; blood vomiting
pectoral pain with stuffiness; chest impediment; chest blockage; obstruction of Gi in the chest (1) a morbid condition due to stagnation of dampness and phlegm, marked by choking pain in the chest, sometimes referring to the back, usually accompanied by shortness of breath, cough. (2) obstruction of Gi in the stomach, chest pain that occurs immediately after eating, accompanied by difficulty in swallowing and frequent vomiting.
|Properties and Tastes||acridity and sourness, warmth|
|Working Organs||spleen; kidney; stomach|
|Related Prescription (Total 2)||
This is the prescription for curing creeping chills and fever caused by stale food making patient’s chest stuffy and painful. This is for curing long lasted such symptoms.
|Keywords||Allii Tuberosi Herba; Allium argyi Lev.; Allium chinense Maxim.; Allium clarkei Hook.f.; Allium roxburghii Kunth; Allium sulvia Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don; Allium tuberosum Roth.; Allium tuberosum ROTTLER; Allium tuberosum Rottler ex Spreng.; Allium tuberosum Roxb.; Allium uliginosum G.Don; Allium yesoense Nakai; Allium yezoense NAKAI; Gu|
|Related Compound (All 10)||(-)-Tyrosine (S-form); Allyl 1-(methylthio)ethyl disulfide; Butyl 1-(methylthio)propyl disulfide; (-)-(3S)-1,2,3,4-Tetrahydro-beta-carboline-3-carboxylic acid; Kaempferol-3-O-beta-D-sophoroside; Kaempferol-3,4'-di-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside; Kaempferol-3,4'-di-O-beta-D-glucopyranosyl-7-O-beta-D-(2-O-feruloyl)glucopyranoside; Kaempferol-3-O-sophorosyl-7-O-beta-D-(2-O-feruloyl)glucopyranoside; Kaempferol-3-O-beta-D-(2-O-feruloyl)-glucopyranosyl-4',7-di-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside; Quercetin-3,4'-di-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside|
|DB Publishing Date||Dec 6, 2007|
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