Essential Oil of Valerian Root, Wild (Nepal)|
Aromatherapy Functions in Chinese Medicine
Increases the Guardian Qi; Stimulates Immunity: epidemics, tidal fevers, wheezing, cardiac asthma.
Promotes Tissue Repair: injuries, fractures, chronic ulcers, splinters (draws out).
Rectifies the Eyes: weak vision (used for two thousand years).
Calms the Spirit; Normalizes the Yi/Intention: depression, mental stupor, dizziness, depression, loss of concentration, muddled thinking (used for two thousand years), poor memory; anxiety, irritability, worry, emotional distress, hysteria, panic attacks, phobia, neurosis, paranoia.
Tonifies Heart Qi, Yang, and Blood: palpitations; shortness of breath; cold limbs; kidney or sacral pain, painful menses, painful urination, generalized pain.
Normalizes the Qi; Tonifies the Yin: insomnia, sleep loss, fatigue, tension headache, migraine.
Fortifies the Stomach and Spleen: poor appetite, indigestion, epigastric pain, constipation, diabetes (supports), food or herb poisoning.
Rids Parasites: intestinal parasites, bites and stings.