Shi Jue Ming - Stabilize and Bind
LV (9-30g)

 
Shi Jue Ming - Sea Chumming: The quest for Moby Dick
After the painful whale attack took his leg, it seemed nothing could absorb the captain's acidity. He spent the rest of his life sea chumming for the viscious predator Moby Dick. One day the winds became calm the captain anchored the Yang and ordered his lookout to climb to the top with bright eyes. They spotted the whale on the horizon. When they finally killed it the captain burned the forest down to have it CRUSHED and COOKED FIRST.

After killing the whale the captain ate too much and developed (cc: SP/ST deficient cold)

English Name: haliotis, sea-ear shell, abalone shell
Pharmacuetical Name: Concha Haliotidis
Properties: salty, cold

   Explanation of Key Words in this Story...
painful... absorb the captain's acidity absorbs acidity; alleviates pain
winds became calm... anchored the Yang calms LV; anchors yang
bright eyes... burned the forest down brightens eyes; clears liver
CRUSHED...COOKED FIRST (cooking: crush and cook 20-30 minutes first)

 

       Shi Jue Ming Actions and Indications
  • Calms LV; Anchors Yang (dry mouth, irritability, insomnia, LV fire and LYR induced headache, dizziness, red eyes, seizure)
  • Clears LV; brightens eyes (red, swollen painful eyes, LV heat affecting eyes: photophobia, pterygium or other superficial obstructions; blurred vision)
  • Absorbs acidity; alleviates pain (acid reflux; GI ulcers; Stomach pain with sour taste in mouth, external use for chronic ulcers and bleeding)
  • (cc: SP/ST deficient cold)
  • (cook: crush and cook 20-30 minutes first)
    Alternate Forms:
  • Sheng - calming LV; clearing LV
  • Duan - absorbing acidity and eye drops
    Special Notes:
  • The unprocessed form is stronger to anchor the yang and clear heat.

 
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