Alopecia areata according to Chinese Medicine

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A herbal formula that might help with alopecia areata

Jing Jie Lian Qiao Tang

Source date: 1773 AD

Number of ingredients: 12 herbs

Key actions: Dispels Wind. Clears toxic-Heat. Disperses Stagnation.

Why might Jing Jie Lian Qiao Tang help with alopecia areata?

Jing Jie Lian Qiao Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of alopecia

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The two Chinese Medicinal herbs most likely to help treat alopecia areata

Why might Drynaria Rhizome (Gu Sui Bu) help with alopecia areata?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat alopecia areata as can be seen on Drynaria Rhizome's page.

Drynaria Rhizomes is a Warm herb that tastes Bitter. It targets the Kidney, the Large intestine and the Liver.

Its main actions are: Tonifies Kidney Yang, the Governor Vessel, Qi and Blood. Supplies Essence and supports growth. Strengthens the sinews and bones as well as clears Cold and Dampness. Treats infertility and impotence.

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Why might Psoralea Fruit (Bu Gu Zhi) help with alopecia areata?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat alopecia areata as can be seen on Psoralea Fruit's page.

Psoralea Fruits is a Warm herb that tastes Bitter and Pungent. It targets the Spleen and the Kidney.

Its main actions are: Tonifies the Kidney and Spleen Yang and rises Kidney Qi. Prevent Essence leakage and holds urines.

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