Aromatherapy Functions in Chinese Medicine
Transforms Damp: bronchial catarrh.
Promotes Lactation: insufficient lactation.
Calms the Mind; Normalizes the Yi/Intention: nervousness, fidgety children.
Moves Blood; Antispasmodic; Anticoagulant: coronary thrombosis risk (blood thinner).
Fortifies the Stomach and Spleen: Lowers glucose levels by normalizing insulin and supporting pancreatic function. Used for colic, constipation, dyspepsia, flatulence, hiccups, dry heaves, vomiting, indigestion, liver deficiency, high glucose levels, abnormal insulin levels, lack of strength.