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Zhi Shi #1121

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Pin Ying Name: Zhi Shi

Chinese Name: 枳實

English Name: Bitter Orange Young Fruit

Latin Name: Aurantii, Fructus Immaturus

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Herbs that Regulate Qi
Category
Properties
Taste Temperature Entering Meridians Dosage
Bitter
Acrid
Sour
Slightly Cold
Cool
Large Intestine
Spleen
Stomach
Lung
3-10g 12-30g (Visceroptosis)
Actions & Indications
Taste Temperature Entering Meridians Dosage

Breaks up Stagnant Qi, reduces accumulation, descends Qi, unblocks the bowels and removes Stagnant Food

  • Qi Stagnation and accumulation with epigastric or abdominal pain and distention or indigestion with focal distention or gas
  • Food Stagnation

Transforms Phlegm, reduces distention and resolves hardenings

  • Turbid Phlegm Obstructing the Qi with focal distention and fullness in the chest and epigastrium
Contraindications
  • Use caution during pregnancy.
  • Use caution if Qi is weak.
  • Use caution for those with Stomach Deficiency Cold.
  • Use caution for those with gastric or peptic ulcers.