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Wei Ling Xian Clematis Root - Chinese Herbal Medicine


Wei Ling Xian Names

  • English Name: Clematis Root
  • Pinyin Name: Wei Ling Xian

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Wei Ling Xian Clinical Usages and Indications

  • Dispels wind-damp and unblocks the channels, relieves pain.
  • Fish bone lodged in the throat.
  • Focal distention and accumulation in the middle burner.


Wei Ling Xian Dosage and Prep Notes

  • Dosage: 6-12g
  • Fish Bone: 15-30g




Wei Ling Xian Appears In 1 Formula

Shu Jing Huo Xue Wan

  • Relax The Channels and Invigorate The Blood Decoction
    • Primarily used for blood stasis with wind-damp in the channels and collaterals characterized by internal deficiency with external excesses - joint pain, muscle aches, numbness and/or pain in the lower extremities (may be severe).
    • Wind-cold damp bi-syndrome (i.e. arthritis) - particularly in the lower part of the body, hips, knees, lower back.
    • Sciatic pain with the correct underlying pattern.
    • Neck pain with the correct underling pattern.
    • Fractures that are reluctant to heal, particularly in the lower body.
  • Invigorate the Blood
  • Invigorate the Blood and Dispel Blood Stasis
  • Cautions
  • Pregnancy
    • Avoid during pregnancy.
    • Generally not for long term use and use with caution if at all in deficient patients.



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