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3 Monats vor
Oh, ✨Bai Shao✨ (aka Radix Albus Paeoniae Lactiflorae aka White Peony Root), by far one of my favorite herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine🌿🌱⠀
Bai Shao is bitter and sour. Its temperature is cool and goes to the liver and spleen meridians.⠀
Bai Shao is an herb I put in my prescriptions often. Some of its functions include:⠀
❤💦Nourishing the blood and yin: for liver blood deficiency manifesting as dizziness, tinnitus, pale complexion, pale and brittle nails, twitches, tremors, and muscle spasms.⠀
🎈Regulates the menses: for chronic Liver Blood Deficiency causing Deficiency in the Ren and Chong Channels with symptoms such as menstrual pain, irregular menstruation, and abnormal uterine bleeding.⠀
🌬Nourishes the Ying Level, Preserves the Yin, and Adjusts the Wei: basically fancy TCM language for weak wei qi (immune system) causing spontaneous sweating.⠀
💨Calms Liver Yang and Subdues Liver Wind: wind arises in the body when there is an insufficiency of fluids, or an upsurge in yang energy. The liver is typically response for this. Symptoms may include ringing in ears, dizziness, vertigo, red eyes, flushed face, irritability, anger, and headaches.⠀
😠Softens the Liver and Alleviates Pain: the liver regulates the movement of qi throughout the whole body, and when qi is stagnated due to physical or emotional tension, Bai Shao can help soften the liver to alleviate the stagnation and pain. It is helpful for symptoms such as pain, cramps, or spasms. I like to think of Bai Shao as a TCM herbal comparison to magnesium!⠀
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5 Monats vor
A herb traditionally used in Chinese Medicine to nourish the blood and treat menstrual cramping, headache and dizziness.
It’s natural hepatoprotective action reflects its strong association to the liver in TCM.
Softening and nourishing, this natural root is frequently used in our individualised herbal formulas.
Flower factoid: The root of the white peony is also a Chinese Herb. "Bai Shao" is a blood and liver tonic that regulates menstruation and lowers blood pressure 🌺🌸 #chineseherbs#baishao#acuintuit#peony
3 Jahrs vor
WHITE PEONY & PCOS
Let's talk about ovulation.
Be it the ubiquity of endocrine disrupters in our post-koyaanisqatsi, hyper-industrialized cosmos, or a food pyramid dominated by behemoth agribusinesses pushing processed foods over ancestral diets, or perhaps even the unrelenting pressure heaped upon us by ourselves and society, many of us are hard pressed for a good old fashioned regular ovulation.
White Peony Root, also known as Bai Shao, has a bona fide plethora of clinical research backing up its ability to treat ovulatory disorders and PCOS, making it an herbal ally bar none for those seeking to regulate their cycle. White Peony Root improves aromatase activity in the ovaries, which promotes the conversion of testosterone (which is often elevated in PCOS patients) into estrogen, thus lowering those pesky testosterone levels. Clinically, it also demonstrates a significant improvement in the ratio of Luteinizing Hormone to Follicle Stimulating Hormone, two hormones that work together to encourage ovulation whose balanced ratio is paramount in producing a period. White Peony Root also significantly decreases Prolactin levels, which can be considerably raised in PCOS patients, resulting in irregular periods, breast tenderness, low sex drive, painful intercourse, vaginal dryness, acne, and excessive facial hair growth. If you're looking to whip your menstrual cycle into submission (gently, and with a clearly defined 'safe word', of course), find yourself a clinical herbalist who can work White Peony into your hormonal treatment plan.
6 Monats vor
Bai Shao ( White Peony root ) is often used in combination with other herbs to create harmony in the body with strengthening the Yin.
It targets the Liver and Spleen to tonight blood, expels internal
Wind, lowers inflammation, and nourishes the Yin.
Preparation of the herb varies according to ailments: stir frying the root along with wine, vinegar or just plain dry-dry helps to enhance its medicinal properties.
Traditional Chinese Herbs is Medicine. They all come from nature, nothing is man-made or created in a lab.
Herbs were used as early as the Han Dynast (25-220 CE) and have been passed down through the centuries because it works.
Traditional Chinese Herbs also have a level of toxicity if not taken, prepared or diagnosed properly. Always talk to your local Acupuncturist/ Chinese Medicine Dr for proper dosage and treatment.
1 Jahr vor
Em português poderia ter o nome: Chá pra fazer voltar a voz após frustração
Mas em chinês chama #yangyinqingfeitang mesmo
Perdi a voz.
Depois de tentar conversar com 2, 3 pessoas sobre algumas crises, algumas situações, que reverberam, claro, no que vive o nosso país, perdi a voz
Depois de algumas palpitações, de algumas noites de insônia, depois de muita frustração, das incertezas e da impossibilidade de mudar algo pelo meu simples querer... perdi a voz
De lá pra cá percebo o quanto deixei de falar desnecessariamente
Perdi a voz não foi por acaso, porque insistir nas palavras faladas?
Quando insisto em falar, mesmo sem voz, algumas pessoas ao redor acham a maior graça deu estar me esforçando tanto pra emitir algum som
Parece que me dizem: Porque não fica calada, querida?
Pra que desgastar, estando assim?
Elas se solidarizam com a falta de voz mas não com o que digo.
Diante dessa afonia, tenho visto que uma postura transformadora muda mais do que muitas palavras.
Que meu silêncio também diz muito.
Que meus ouvidos atentos também causam uma transformação no outro.
Que meu olhar aprova ou desaprova, comenta e assina embaixo de muita coisa.
Que me recolher pode mudar o rumo de um dia
Que em alguma hora alguém vai perceber o que eu queria dizer mesmo sem ser dito
Estar sem voz me poupou de algumas conversas indesejáveis na rua, em casa, no consultório e na aula, mas me deu uma nova visão sobre tudo.