Chinese Herb: Mo Yao (Myrrh), Resina Myrrhae

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Chinese Herb: Mo Yao (Myrrh), Resina Myrrhae

Herb 17 of 34 in Herbs that Invigorate Blood and Remove Stagnation

Neutral Mo Yao (Resina Myrrhae)
Channels:
HT, LIV, SP
Properties:
Bitter, Neutral
Latin:
Resina Myrrhae
Chinese:
没药
Tone Marks:
mò yào

Chinese Herb Actions

  • Moves Blood, Breaks blood stasis, Relieves Pain
    By breaking blood stasis it relieves pain in most conditions including painful trauma, contusions, sores, carbuncles, swellings, fixed abdominal masses, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea and cramps, post partum pain and spotting, Bi Zheng, chest pain, abdominal pain, painful obstructions, epigastric pain, intestinal abscesses,
  • Promotes Healing
    Generates flesh and healing in skin lesions, ulcerations, chronic sores and non healing ulcers.

Chinese Herb Contraindications & Cautions

  • Do not use during pregnancy
  • Do not use in cases with weak stomach, may induce vomiting or nausea
  • Do not use long term
  • Not for patients without stasis

Herb-Drug Interactions

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Chinese Herb Toxicity & Overdose

  • Possible allergic reactions effect the skin
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Chinese Herb Dosage

  • 3-10 grams in decoction (Chen)
  • 3-9 grams in decoction (Bensky)

Chinese Herb Combinations:

  1. Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis)
  2. Mo Yao (Resina Myrrhae)
  3. Ru Xiang (Resina Olibani)
  4. Zi Ran Tong (Pyritum)
Combined Indications:
  • Strains and Fractures

This Herb Appears in the Following Formulas:

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.