Aromatherapy Functions in Chinese Medicine
Rectifies the Brain; Calms and Frees the Spirit; Normalizes the Yi/Intention; and Fortifies the Po/Instinct; Funeral Herb: dizziness, forgetfulness, absent-mindedness; chronic fatigue, nervous exhaustion, anxiety, insomnia, sexual over-stimulation; worry, over-thinking, obsession, phobia, paranoia, hysteria, cravings from real or imagined emotional deprivation; deep loss.
Rectifies and Calms the Liver: muscular stiffness and pain, rheumatic pain and neuralgia, nervous spasm, intestinal colic, osteoarthritis; palpitations, tachycardia, hypertension.
Rids Phlegm and Dispels Cold: nervous cough and asthma with white and clear phlegm, whooping cough.
Disperses Phlegm and Dissolves Stones: urinary stones.