Cool Herbs

Common herbs which are cool in nature



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Chrysanthemum (ju hua)

Nature: Cool and slightly cold; sweet and bitter; attributive to lungs and liver.

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Fritillariae Cirrhosae (chuan bei mu)

Nature: Slightly cold, bitter and sweet, attributive to heart and lungs.

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Glehnia (bei sha shen)

Nature: Slightly cold; sweet and slightly bitter; attributive to lungs and stomach.

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Japanese Wax Privet (nu jen zi)

Nature: Slightly cold; bitter and sweet; attributive to kidneys and spleen.

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Job's Tears (yi yi ren)

Nature: Slightly cold; sweet; attributive to spleen, stomach, lungs, liver, and large intestine.

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Kudzu Vine (ge gen)

Nature: Cool; sweet and bitter; attributive to spleen and stomach.

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Mint (bo he)

Nature: Cool; pungent, attributive to lungs and liver.

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Ophiopogonis Radix (mai men tung)

Nature: Slightly cold; sweet and slightly bitter; attributive to heart, lungs and stomach.

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Siberian motherwort (yi mu cao)

Nature: Slightly cold; bitter and pungent; attributive to liver and pericardium.

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White Peony (bai shao)

Nature: Slightly cold; bitter and sour; attributive to liver.

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