Class: Regulate the Qi
Pinyin: Ju Pi
Pharmaceutical: Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae
Other names: Sheng Chen Pi, Guan Chen Pi, Xin Hui Pi
Description: Tangerine Peel.
Taste: Acrid, pungent, bitter, aromatic.
Organ: Spleen, Lungs, Stomach.
Toxicity: Non toxic.
Regulates the Qi.
Regulates the Middle.
Spleen/Stomach Qi Stagnation with epigastric or abdominal distention, fullness, bloating, belching, nausea and vomiting.
Phlegm-Damp Obstructs the Lung with coughs with a stifling sensation in the chest and/or diaphragm and copious, viscous sputum.
Turbid Damp Obstructs the Middle with a stifling sensation in the chest, abdominal distention, anorexia, fatigue, loose stools and a thick, greasy tongue coat
Tonic herbs causing Stagnation
Ju Pi and Chen Pi are the peels of the same fruit, however Ju Pi is the recent crust, while Chen Pi is preserved and aged. Ju Pi is more irritating to the Stomach, more dispersing and very drying. Chen Pi is more moderate and then preferred in clinics.
Ju PiQing Pi treats Lower and Middle Burner' diseases.
Contraindications: Internal Heat excess (red tongue, scanty saliva).
Contraindicated in patients with dry cough due to Yin or Qi Insufficiency.
Contraindicated for patients with Stomach Fire causing vomiting and nausea.
Avoid using materials of a warm, hot, aromatic or drying nature.
Use with caution in those with Excess Heat symptoms (red tongue).
Use with caution for those with Liquid Insufficiency.
Prolonged use can damage Yuan Qi.
Contraindicated for those with abdominal pain.
Contraindicated if there are no Humidity-Tan symptoms.
Standard daily dose:
Color can range from orange-red to reddish-brown
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