Plum Flower Moutan
Mu Dan Pi
Pinyin Name: Mu Dan Pi
English Name: Moutan, Tree Peony Bark
Properties: bitter, acrid, cool
Channels Entered: Heart, Liver, Kidney
Steaming bones sensations, menopause, spermatorrhea, heat in the blood, menstrual disorders, liver fire, blood circulation, relieve pain, injuries with inflammation, swelling, bruising and pain and acute appendicitis are some of the conditions satisfied clients have successfully used this herb for.
Primary Traditional Functions
Clears Heat and Cools Blood Yin-deficient heat - Mu Van Pi benefits this imbalance to relieve steaming bones sensations, nighttime fevers, the absence of perspiration, and thirst. Typically used by women experiencing menopause.
- Steaming bones sensations
- Menopause with yin deficiency and heat
- Spermatorrhea due to Kidney yin deficiency and heat
Heat in the xue (blood) level - Maculae, bleeding-related blotches on the skin, purpura, hematemesis, hemoptysis, hematuria, and epistaxis are all commonly caused by heat driving the blood out of the vessels.
- Hematemesis and epistaxis because of heat in the xue (blood) level
Menstrual disorders - Clinical manifestations of heat affecting the chong (thoroughfare) and ten (conception) channels include hypermenorrhea, early menstruation, and epistaxis during menstruation. There are also forms of abnormal bleeding in which heat drives blood out of the vessels and thus creates shortened menstrual cycles, early menstruation or hypermenorrhea. Night fevers and morning or daytime chills are also common complaints. Often, premenstrual or post menstrual feverish sensations may be present.
Liver rang rising or Liver fire - Mu Van Pi benefits hypertension, irritability, redness of the face and eyes, and short temper
Invigorates Blood Circulation and Disperses Blood Stasis Amenorrhea or abdominal masses - Because of blood stagnation, clients may experience amenorrhea and abdominal masses such as fibroids, tumors or other similar masses. Mu Van Pi, cool in thermal property, can invigorate blood circulation and disperse blood stasis without drying the body, which is not characteristic of most blood-invigorating herbs
- Amenorrhea or dysmenorrhea with severe pain, stagnation and heat
- Activate blood circulation, remove blood stagnation and relieve pain
Bruises resulting from traumatic injuries - Mu Van Pi can be used for the bruises, broken bones, inflammation, swelling and pain associated with traumatic injuries
- Musculoskeletal injuries with inflammation, swelling, bruises and pain
Abscess - Mu Dan Pi is a key herb in benefiting abscess, especially intestinal abscess or appendicitis
- Intestinal abscess with abdominal pain and mucus in the stool
- Acute appendicitis that has not suppurated, with fever, vomiting, and lower-right-quadrant pain
Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
1 to 2 grams per day or as directed by your health practitioner.
Cautions & Contraindications
Cold in nature, Mu Dan Pi should be used with caution in clients who are experiencing deficiency and cold. Since Mu Dan Pi has blood-activating and stasis-removing functions, it is contraindicated in clients who are pregnant or have excessive bleeding during menstruation.
Each bottle contains 100 grams. Contains non-gmo dextrin.
Moutan - Mu Dn Pi
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