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Chinese Fevervine Herb (Jishiteng)

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Ji Shi Teng (Chinese Fevervine Herb)

Sweet, sour, neutral; liver, heart, spleen and kidney meridians entered.

Dispel wind and eliminate dampness, promote digestion and dissipate food stagnation, remove toxicity and resolve swelling, activate blood and alleviate pain.

Infantile Malnutrition, diarrhea, dysentery, Virus Hepatitis, jaundice, sunstroke, scrofula, cough, traumatic injury, Eczema, Rheumatic Arthritis, snake and scorpion bites, Appendicitis, unknown toxin, Contact Dermatitis, scald, abdominal distension due to food stagnation, hepatosplenomegaly, poor appetite, dropsy due to qi deficiency.

Dosage and administration
Decoct 9~15 g and large dosage can be 30~60 g, or socked in wine. Proper dosage is for external application, pounded into powder for applying or decocted for washing.

chinese fevervine herb (jishiteng)

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