Cold Herbs

Common herbs which are cold in nature



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Anemarrhena Rhizoma (zhi mu)

Nature: Cold; bitter and sweet; attributive to kidneys, lungs and stomach.

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Burdock Seed (niu bang zi)

Nature: Cold; pungent and bitter; attributive to lungs and stomach.

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Dandelion (pu gong ying)

Nature: Cold; bitter and sweet; attributive to liver and stomach.

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Japanese Honeysuckle (jin yin hua)

Nature: Cold, sweet, attributive to lungs, heart, spleen and stomach.

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Plantain Seed (che qian zi)

Nature: Cold; sweet; attributive to liver, kidneys, lungs and small intestine.

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Rehmannia Radix (sheng di)

Nature: Cold; sweet; attributive to heart, kidneys, liver and small intestine.

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Self-heal (xia ku cao)

Nature: Cold; pungent and bitter, attributive to liver and gall bladder.

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Sickle Senna (jue ming zi)

Nature: Cold; bitter and sweet and slightly salty; attributive to liver and gallbladder.

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