Tinea according to Chinese Medicine

In Chinese Medicine tinea can be treated by three herbs that we have on record. Here is the list below.

The three Chinese Medicinal herbs most likely to help treat tinea

Why might Sichuan Chinaberry (Chuan Lian Zi) help with tinea?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat tinea as can be seen on Sichuan Chinaberry's page.

Sichuan Chinaberries is a Cold herb that tastes Bitter. It targets the Spleen, the Liver and the Small intestine.

Its main actions are: Clears Damp Heat. Circulates Qi. Relieves chest, epigastric and abdominal pains. Expels parasites.

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Why might Genkwa Flower (Yan Hua) help with tinea?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat tinea as can be seen on Genkwa Flower's page.

Genkwa Flowers is a Warm herb that tastes Bitter and Pungent. It targets the Kidney, the Large intestine and the Lung.

Its main actions are: Relieves chronic congestion of Fluids in the chest and stops cough. Drains congested Fluids through the urine and the stool. Expels parasites.

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Why might Thunder God Vine (Lei Gong Teng) help with tinea?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat tinea as can be seen on Thunder God Vine's page.

Thunder God Vines is a Cold herb that tastes Bitter and Pungent. It targets the Spleen and the Liver.

Its main actions are: Dispels Wind and Dampness. Strongly clears Heat and resolves toxicity. Reduces swellings and stops pain. Kills parasites and bugs. Stops itching.

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