Neutral Herbs

Common herbs which are neutral in nature



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Achyranthes Bidentata (niu xi)

Nature: Neutral and mild; bitter and sour; attributive to liver and kidneys.

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Biota Orientalis (bo zi ren)

Nature: Neutral; sweet and pungent; attributive to heart, spleen and liver.

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Chinese Jujube - Red Date (da zao)

Nature: Neutral and warm; sweet; attributive to spleen and stomach.

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Chinese Yam (shan yao)

Nature: Neutral; sweet; attributive to spleen, lung and kidneys.

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Fox Nut (qian shi)

Nature: Neutral; sweet and sour; attributive to kidneys and spleen.

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Ginkgo (ying xing)

Nature: Neutral, sweet, bitter, attributive to kidneys, heart and lungs.

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Goji-berry/Chinese Wolfberry (gou ji zi)

Nature: Neutral; sweet; attributive to liver and kidneys.

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Hare's Ear (chai hu)

Nature: Neutral; bitter; attributive to liver, gallbladder and triple burner.

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Indian Bread (fu ling)

Nature: Neutral; sweet; attributive to heart, kidneys, lungs, spleen and stomach.

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Licorice (gan cao)

Nature: Neutral; sweet; attributive to all twelve organs.

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Lily Bulb (bai he)

Nature: Slightly bitter in taste, mild in nature, attribute to heart and lung.

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Ling-zhi ( reichi)

Nature: Neutral and slightly warm; bitter; attributive to heart, liver, lungs and kidneys.

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Lotus Seeds (lien zi)

Nature: Neutral, sweet, attributive to spleen, kidneys and heart.

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Mistletoe (sang ji sheng)

Nature: Mild in nature, bitter in taste, attributive to liver and kidney.

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Solomon's Seal (yu ju)

Nature: Neutral; sweet; attributive to kidneys and spleen.

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Wild Chinese Jujube (suan zao ren)

Nature: Neutral; sweet and sour; attributive to heart, liver, spleen and gallbladder.

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