Chinese Herbs that Regulate the Qi

Chinese Herbs that Regulate the Qi

There are 19 Herbs that Regulate the Qi

Chen Pi (Orange Peel, Citrus Peel, Tangerine Peel)
Orange Peel, Citrus Peel, Tangerine Peel
Chen Xiang (Aloeswood, Aquilaria)
Aloeswood, Aquilaria
Chuan Lian Zi (Sichuan Pagoda Tree Fruit)
Sichuan Pagoda Tree Fruit
Da Fu Pi (Betel Husk)
Betel Husk
Fo Shou (Finger Citron Fruit)
Finger Citron Fruit
Gan Song (Chinese Nardostachys Rhizome)
Chinese Nardostachys Rhizome
Ju He (Citrus/Tangerine Seeds)
Citrus/Tangerine Seeds
Ju Hong (Outermost Citrus Peel, Tangerine Peel, Orange Peel)
Outermost Citrus Peel, Tangerine Peel, Orange Peel
Li Zhi He (Leechee Nut)
Leechee Nut
Mei Gui Hua (Young Flower of Chinese Rose (Bud))
Young Flower of Chinese Rose (Bud)
Mu Xiang (Costus Root, Saussurea)
Costus Root, Saussurea
Qing Pi (Immature Tangerine Peel)
Immature Tangerine Peel
Shi Di (Persimmon Calyx)
Persimmon Calyx
Tan Xiang (Sandalwood (Heartwood))
Sandalwood (Heartwood)
Wu Yao (Lindera Root)
Lindera Root
Xiang Fu (Nut Grass Rhizome)
Nut Grass Rhizome
Xie Bai (Bulb of Chinese Chive)
Bulb of Chinese Chive
Zhi Ke (Bitter Orange Peel)
Bitter Orange Peel
Zhi Shi (Immature Fruit of the Bitter Orange)
Immature Fruit of the Bitter Orange

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