Chuan Bei Mu (Tendrilled Fritillaria Bulb)

Chuan Bei Mu (Tendrilled Fritillaria Bulb)

Herb 1 of 19 in Herbs that Cool and Transform Phlegm-Heat

Cool Chuan Bei Mu (Bulbus Fritillariae Cirrhosae)
Channels:
HT, LU
Properties:
Bitter, Sweet, Cool
Latin:
Bulbus Fritillariae Cirrhosae
Chinese:
川贝母
Tone Marks:
chuān bèi mŭ
Translation:
Shell Mother from Sichuan
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Chinese Herb Actions

  • Dissolves Phlegm, Moistens the Lungs, Clears Heat, and Stops Cough
    For dry chronic cough or cough with heat signs from Yin deficiency, with symptoms such as dry cough, sputum that is scanty and difficult to expectorate, and possible blood streaked sputum.

    Chaun Bei Mu can also be used to treat cough together with Qi Stagnation with symptoms such as low appetite and a stifling sensation in the chest and abdomen.
  • Clears Heat and Disperses Nodules
    For Phlegm Heat or Phlegm Fire causing Lung or breast abscesses, scrofula, goiter, sores, and other swellings and nodules.

Chinese Herb Contraindications & Cautions

  • Do not use in cases where cough or phlegm is due to Damp or Cold.

Herb-Drug Interactions

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Chinese Herb Toxicity & Overdose

  • Unprocessed Chuan Bei Mu is toxic and should not be taken internally.
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Chinese Herb Dosage

  • 3-10 grams (1-1.5 Grams when in powdered form)

This Herb Appears in the Following Formulas:


This herb is incompatible with:
  • Fu Zi (Radix Lateralis Praeparatus Aconiti Carmichaeli)
  • Cao Wu (Radix Aconiti Kusnezoffii Preparata)
  • Chuan Wu (Radix Aconiti Preparata)

References Used

The TCM information presented here has been referenced from numerous sources; including teachers, practitioners, class notes from Five Branches University, the following books, as well as other sources. If you have benefited from this information, please consider supporting the authors and their works by purchasing the books below.

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