Bai Zhu – Which helps to strengthen the Spleen to relieve diarrhea.
Mu Xiang – Promotes the movement of qi and helps eliminate stagnation, turbidity, bloating and gas in the intestines, and lastly we have.
Huang Qin – This herb clears damp-heat in the intestines to relieve burning sensations, and feelings of incomplete defecation, also assist in relieving pain by reducing inflammation.
Gi Issues W/Inflammation
Diarrhea is a condition that is classified as the appearance of loose, watery stools and/or a frequent need to go to the bathroom. If it is from an outside source and not an internal condition it generally lasts a few days and often disappears without any treatment. In Chinese medicine we break loose stools down into a few different patterns. In this video we are focusing on the excess pattern of damp-heat in the intestines. According to traditional Chinese medicine, damp-heat in the intestines can lead to such symptoms as, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fever, urgency, tenesmus, burning sensation of the anus after defecation, and diarrhea with or without the presence of mucus or blood. Chinese herbs can be very helpful in this situation. When looking for a more modern day formula to dispel damp-heat in the intestines, promote digestion, relieve pain, and bind the intestines, look for one containing one or more of the following herbs: