Aromatherapy Functions in Chinese Medicine
Increases the Guardian Qi; Fights Infection; Antidotes Poison: chronic infections, bacterial related bladder infections; animal bites and stings.
Stops Bleeding: nasal, urinary or inter-menstrual bleeding.
Tonifies the Yang; Tonifies Qi and Blood; Dispels Cold; Promotes Sweat: fatigue, shortness of breath, palpitations; cold limbs and extremities, mental sluggishness, hypothermia; aches and pains with chilliness; acute neuralgias, rheumatic pain.
Fortifies the Stomach and Spleen: nausea, flatulence, appetite loss, diarrhea, abdominal distention, colic, chronic gastroenteritis, enzymatic deficiency in the digestive tract, chronic candidiasis.
Tonifies Kidney Yang: low vitality, lumbar pain, sexual disinterest.
Dries Damp: chronic dysentery, chronic diarrhea.
Regulates the Menses: delayed menses, painful menses, clear vaginal discharges, amenorrhea.
Rids Parasites: intestinal and skin parasites.