|Ying Su Ke - Stabilize and Bind
LU, LI, KD (1.5-6g)
||Ying Su Ke - Ying Suke took opium
and relieved instability in the lower burner for a living....
Ying Suke was a lady of the night who frequently took opium husks and had
instability in the lower burner. When she developed
pain that led to gut surgery the doctors
wore a surgical mask.
Eventually Ying became a pregnant (cc: pregnancy)
lactating mother (cc: lactacting mothers) and
had to quit taking opium since it was causing her baby to have (cc:
acute cough or dysentary) and since it is (cc:
not for long term use since it can be addictive).
English Name: opium shells, opium husks
Pharmacuetical Name: Pericarpium Papaveris
Properties: sour, astringent, neutral
Explanation of Key Words in this story...
|instability in the lower burner
||stabilizes lower burner
||binds up large intestine; stops diarrhea
||contains leakage of Lu qi;
Ying Su Ke
Actions and Indications
- Contains leakage of LU qi; stops cough (chronic cough
due to LU deficiency)
- Binds up large intestine; stops diarrhea (chronic
diarrhea with pain or dysenteric disorders)
- Relieves Pain (any kind of pain of sinews and bones,
epigastric pain, abdominal pain)
- Stabilizes lower burner (vaginal discharge; spermatorrhea)
- (cc: pregnancy contraindication)
- (cc: acute dysenteric disorders or acute cough)
- (cc: caution with lactating mothers, infants, or hypothyroidism)
- (cc: not for long term usage, may be addictive)
- sheng or cu zhi - diarrhea and pain
- mi zhi - for cough
- Yan Hu Suo may be used as a substitute
since Ying Su Ke may not be available in many countries.
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