DI YU ER CANG HU GAO

$ 59.00
SELECT OPTION: DI YU ER CANG HU GAO Herbs or Herb Granules

TOPICAL HERBS FOR ITCH


We use high-potency water extracted herb granules. Our whole herbs are always premium grade, and pesticide free, wildcrafted, or organic whenever feasible. 

 

Generally used for itch
Formula Actions
  • Drains Fire
  • Relieves Fire toxicity
  • Expels Wind-Dampness
  • Astringes fluids
  • Generates flesh
  • Alleviates itching
TCM Diagnosis
  • Relatively severe itching without exudation

 

Shen Clinic TCM Advice

DI YU ER CANG HU GAO Ingredients

Cx. Phellodendri Huang Bai 18%
Rz. Atractylodis Cang Zhu 18
Fr. Xanthii Cang Er Zi 18
Rx. Sanguisorbae Di Yu 36
Herba Mentha (peppermint) Bo He  5
Calomelas Qing Fen 3
Borneolum (natural camphor) Bing Pian 2

 


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Safety and Side Effects of DI YU ER CANG HU GAO

TOPICAL USE ONLY CONTAINS TOXIC HERBS

Pregnant and nursing women should consult their healthcare provider before using any supplement.

Most formulas are designed for use by practitioners. If you are not a practitioner, self-prescribing is not recommended. To insure the best outcome, and to minimize any chance of side effects, we urge you to Start an E-mail Consultation or TeleVisit.

 

 

How to Use DI YU ER CANG HU GAO 

  • Grind to powder, combine with petroleum jelly, and apply to skin 2-3 times daily

How to Make A Soak: 

Whole Herbs: Using a container made of ceramic, glass, or stainless steel (no aluminum, iron or copper) boil 1 packet of herbs in 1-quart (or liter) of water until 2 cups of medicine remain. Adjust lid and heat to control evaporation. Mint is added during the last 3 minutes of boiling. Camphor and Calomelas are not boiled but added to the strained decoction. Strain herbs; and refrigerate for a second boiling (if desired).  Or as prescribed by your practitioner.

Granules: Dissolve the granules in warm water

 

How to Make An Herbal Compress:

Whole Herbs: Decoct the herbs in water. Soak a cloth in the warm decoction. Allow time for the compress to cool. Apply to the area.  To maximize potency, or if a warm application is desired, occlude the compress while in place.

Granules: Dissolve the granules in warm water

 

How to Make An Herbal Tincture:

Whole Herbs: Place raw herbs in a glass container and cover with rice wine, drinking alcohol, vinegar, or other tincturing medium.  Store container in a cool dark place and gently agitate the solution daily.  Soaking times vary, but solution is generally usable in 1-3 weeks.  Strain or filter out herbs and use the remaining liquid either topically as prescribed.

Granules: Dissolve granules in tincturing medium such as alcohol, vinegar, oil, aloe gel, or petroleum jelly.

 

How to Make An Herbal Ointment: 

Order herbs as a granulated powder or grind whole herbs into a powder. Combine herbal powder with a medium such as vegetable or mineral oil or petroleum jelly.  Apply to area. Occluding the application with a bandage is recommended in most cases.

    * Information is for educational purpose and is not meant to substitute for the advice of your healthcare provider. These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

     

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