原个大生地 生地黃 L（16 oz/包）
Drying Rehmannia Root /Sheng Di (16 oz/Bag)
Rehmannia is commonly found in herbal combinations used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Rehmannia is used for diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity, kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), "tired blood" (anemia), fever, weakened bones (osteoporosis), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and allergies. (webMD.com)
This is raw, unprocessed rehmannia, sheng di huang, is energetically cold, sweet, and bitter. It works in the heart, kidney, and liver channels. ... It also works in the heart, kidney, and liver channels, and is said to tonify the blood and nourish the yin. . .There are two preparations: raw rehmannia, called Sheng Di Huang, and prepared rehmannia, called Shu Di Huang. Both raw and prepared rehmannia nourish yin and blood; however, the raw sheng di huang is used more to dissipate heat, allowing the body to generate more fluids, while the prepared shu di huang is used more to nourish the body when deficiencies of yin qualities of cool and moist result in too much heat or dryness in the system. https://ndnr.com/botanical-medicine/an-herb-for-our-yin-deficient-world/
The taste is sweet, bitter and it is slightly cold in effect [anti-inflammatory] It is the root tuber of Scrophulariaceae plant Rehmannia glutinosa. It is used for fever polydipsia, internal heat diminishment, bone steaming and labor [inflammatory and rheumatoid arthritis], febrile disease spots [rash], hematemesis, uterine bleeding, hematuria, blood in the stool caused by blood heat, blood deficiency and chlorosis, dizziness, palpitations, blood loss and amenorrhea.
It enters Guixin [Lu 9 acupuncture pt], Liver and Kidney meridians. Indications: Nourishes yin and clears away heat, cools and nourishes blood.
Dosage: Oral administration: decoction, 10~15g, large doses can be up to 30g; Or can boil ointment or pill or powder, or mash and drink after infiltration.
External use: appropriate amount, pound and apply.
Cautions: Patients with spleen deficiency and diarrhea, stomach deficiency, poor appetite, and thoracic and diaphragmatic sputum should use caution.