General Director of Xiangfu Women’s Department
Xiangfu, also known as fragrant aconite, pasque flower, sedge root, fragrant rice, sedge root, etc., is a perennial herb of the sedge family, which is used for its rhizomes.
Mainly produced in Shandong, Zhejiang, Hunan, Henan and other provinces.
Xiangfu’s medicinal medicine was first listed in the book “Famous Doctors” in the Tang Dynasty.
Chinese medicine believes that the fragrance of flavor is slightly bitter, slightly bitter, slightly sweet, and flat.
It has the effects of regulating qi and relieving depression, regulating menstruation and analgesia, and can be used for fullness of the chest and chest, pain in both sides, irregular menstruation and various diseases of the fetus.
In the Compendium of Materia Medica, Li Shizhen of the Ming Dynasty said: “The fragrance of incense is flat but not cold, fragrance and can spread, its flavor is more pungent and can be scattered, slightly bitter can be reduced, and slightly sweet can be reconciled.
When it is healthy, it goes up to the chest and skin, and when it is cooked, it goes down to the liver and kidneys and goes through the waist and feet.
Stir-fry black to stop bleeding, if the child is dipping, then add blood and tonic, salt-water stir-fry to add blood and moisturize, green salt stir-fry kidney qi, wine-dipping stir-fry into meridian, vinegar-dipping stir, and ginger-friedHuatan drink.
“This shows that the ancients were very particular about using incense sticks.
Xiangfu is compatible with different Chinese medicines and can also play different functions.
If it is compatible with ginseng and Atractylodes, it has the effect of replenishing Qi; when it is combined with Angelica and Dihuang, it has the power of replenishing blood; when it is combined with Muxiang, it stagnates and neutralizes; when it is used with Chuanxiong and Atractylodes, it always resolves Zhuyu.
Therefore, the ancients called Xiang Fu “the chief director of Qi disease, the head coach of female department” is very reasonable.
Xiangfu is a good medicine for stagnation of liver qi and stagnation. Doctors of all ages have been good at using xiangfu to relieve liver and stagnation, to relieve qi and relieve pain, and to treat liver and stomach discomfort caused by mental unhappiness and emotional depression, indigestion and fullness, Vomiting, sour, abdominal pain, bloating, irregular menstruation, etc.
For example, the traditional Chinese medicine Yueju Pill is mainly composed of Xiangfu, accompanied by Cangzhu, Chuanxiong, Zongzi, Divine Comedy, etc., which can relieve liver and relieve depression.
According to modern scientific research, Xiangfu contains glucose8.
3% -9%, fructose 1% -1.
7%, starch 40% -41.
1%, and various chemical components such as volatile oil
Xiangfu has the following pharmacological effects: 1.
Has a contractive effect on the uterus.
With its 5% flow extract, it can inhibit the contraction of uterine smooth muscle, and it has a more pronounced effect on the uterus in a contracted state.
It can improve the body’s tolerance to pain and has an elevated analgesic effect.
Its extracts have an inhibitory effect on certain flours.
Here are a few prescriptions: 120 grams of migraine incense (fried), 60 grams of chuanxiong, researched at the end, 3 times a day, 3-5 grams each time.
Treatment of irregular menstruation, dysmenorrhea with incense, 12 grams of Motherwort, 15 grams of Salvia miltiorrhiza, 9 grams of Amaranth, decoction 1 daily.