|Mo Yao - Invigorate Blood and Relieve Pain
(HT, LV, SP) - 3-9g
|Mo Yao - More Yow! A letter to the mayor
Dear Mayor, this city needs more YOW in its streets, please build more roads.
With everyone driving in circles, there's a
painful traffic jam at every corner. And the
traffic accidents that results cause bruises
Do it for the pregnant women (cc: pregnancy)
and to prevent Spleen Deficiency (cc: SP def)
from sitting in the car too long!!
English Name: myrrh
Pharmacuetical Name: Myrrha
Properties: bitter, neutral
Explanation of Key Words in this story...
|driving in circles... painful traffic jam
||moves blood; dispels stasis; relieves pain
||reduces swelling; generates flesh
Mo Yao Actions and Indications
- Moves blood, dispels stasis; relieves pain (pain
due to blood stasis from trauma with bruising; immobile abdominal masses;
painful bi; chest pain, post-partum abdominal pain with spotting; amenorrhea)
- Reduces swelling; generates flesh (topically for
chronic non-healing sores and ulcerations, bi syndrome, trauma; internal
use for boils, carbuncles, sores, swellings, intestinal and breast abcessess)
- (cc: pregnancy)
- (cc: SP deficiency)
- Compare Mo Yao to Ru Xiang, which has a
very similar function. Ru Xiang is stronger to relax tendons and is often used to treat bi syndrome.
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