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Ku Lian Pi is bitter and cold with toxicity and very effective in expelling parasites and treating various intestinal parasitic worms (especially for roundworm).
It is used in decoction, extra or pills, tablet and syrup in treating ascariasis. It is often combined with other parasites expelling herbs such as with Shi Jun Zi and Bing Lang.
For enterobiasis, it is decocted with Bai Bu and Wu Mei and concentrated using an enema at night for 2 - 4 consecutive days.
For ancylostomiasis, it is decocted with Shi Liu Gen Pi.
This herb clears heat and dries dampness, kills worms and relieves itching. For itching due to scabies, tinea capitis and eczema, it is ground into powder and applied on the affected area mixed with vinegar or pig fat.
|Dosage||Decoct 4.5 - 9 grams of dried herb or 15 - 30 grams of fresh herb|
|English Name||Chinaberry Bark|
|Western Symptomology||A. Ascariasis ; Enterobiasis ; Ancylostomiasis|
|TCM Therapeutic Action||Clears heat and dampness|
|Contra Indications / Cautions||Constitutional weakness ; Spleen and stomach deficiency ; Hepatic disease|
|Branch Channel||Liver ; Spleen ; Stomach|
|Comments||Avoid long-term use ; Requires long Decocting time on low heat due to the curative ingredients are difficult in dissolving|
|Western Therapeutic Action||Expels worms and other parasites ; Treats casebearers ; Treats tinea|
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