Aromatherapy Functions in Chinese Medicine
Increases the Guardian Qi; Dispels Pathogens; Anti-viral and Antiseptic: deafness following the flu.
Tonifies the Yang: poor circulation, hypothyroidism (use caution with thyroid imbalances), debility, nervous exhaustion, tiredness, insomnia, lethargy (high doses excite).
Rectifies the Joints: muscle pain, osteo-arthritis, rheumatism.
Heals Wounds: wounds and scars.
Rectifies the Lymph System: accumulation of fluid or toxins, lymphatic congestion.
Tonifies and Boosts Lung Qi: asthma, bronchial spasms, spasmodic coughs.
Rectifies Liver Qi; Quells the Liver: poor circulation, headaches, migraine; hepatitis.
Fortifies the Stomach and Spleen: indigestion, poor appetite, digestive spasms, colic, dyspepsia, flatulence, aerophagy, colitis (inflammatory and spastic), spasm, constipation.
Tonifies Reproductive Qi and Promotes Lactation: frigidity, impotence, testicular inflammation, glandular swelling, testicular swelling.