MOISTEN DRYNESS 2 OZ., BLUE POPPY

MOISTEN DRYNESS 2 OZ., BLUE POPPY

  • $36.00


Supplements and enriches qi and yin, supplements the lungs and fortifies the spleen, transforms phlegm, downbears counterflow, clears heat and disinhibits the throat

For chronic, slow-healing dry cough at the tail-end of a respiratory infection due to qi and yin vacuity with lingering heat and phlegm in infants and children. Western medical indications include chronic bronchitis, asthma, pertussis, and pneumonia when presenting the appropriate Chinese medical patterns.

 

Signs and symptoms of yin vacuity include:

 

    Dry cough with no or little phlegm

    cough tending to get worse in the late afternoon and evening

    low-grade fever or obvious warmth in the late afternoon and evening

    possible evening sweating

    dry, chapped lips

    thirst, a dry mouth

    a dry uncomfortable feeling in the throat which may provoke coughing

    hoarseness

    scanty tongue fur

    a fine, rapid pulse

 

Signs and symptoms of qi vacuity include:

 

    Fatigue

    lack of appetite

    worse cough on exertion

    possible loose stools

 

Signs and symptoms of heat:

 

    Warm hands and feet

    warm forehead

    a red facial complexion (especially when coughing)

    possible yellow phlegm

    red lips

    a possibly red tongue

    possible scanty, dry, yellow fur

    a rapid pulse

 

Signs and symptoms of phlegm:

 

    Wheezing

    scanty, yellow, thick, difficult-to-expectorate phlegm

 

Contraindications:  Cough due to wind-cold or wind-heat, phlegm dampness, high fever and irritability due to exterior heat, or lung wilting due to vacuity cold.