Traumatic bleeding according to Chinese Medicine

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The five Chinese Medicinal herbs most likely to help treat traumatic bleeding

Why might Tienchi Ginseng (San Qi) help with traumatic bleeding?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat traumatic bleeding as can be seen on Tienchi Ginseng's page.

Tienchi Ginseng is a Warm herb that tastes Bitter and Sweet. It targets the Stomach and the Liver.

Its main actions are: Stops bleeding and resolves blood stasis. Reduces inflammation and associated pain. Reduces swelling and alleviates pain.

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Why might Rhubarb (Da Huang) help with traumatic bleeding?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat traumatic bleeding as can be seen on Rhubarb's page.

Rhubarb is a Cold herb that tastes Bitter. It targets the Spleen, the Stomach, the Large intestine, the Liver and the Pericardium.

Its main actions are: Drains Excess Heat and eliminates Dampness, especially when in the Bright Yang stage according to the Six Stages Theory. Cools the Blood and stops bleeding. Invigorates Blood, breaks up Stasis and relieves pain. Clears Heat and toxins from Excess. Applied topically for Hot sores and Blood Stasis.

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Why might Cattail Pollen (Pu Huang) help with traumatic bleeding?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat traumatic bleeding as can be seen on Cattail Pollen's page.

Cattail Pollen is a Neutral herb that tastes Sweet. It targets the Spleen, the Heart, the Liver and the Pericardium.

Its main actions are: Stops bleeding by Cooling pathogenic Heat. Moves Blood and relieves Blood Stagnation.

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Why might Cuttlebone (Hai Piao Shao) help with traumatic bleeding?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat traumatic bleeding as can be seen on Cuttlebone's page.

Cuttlebones is a Warm herb that tastes Pungent and Salty. It targets the Spleen and the Kidney.

Its main actions are: Restrains and stops bleeding. Holds Essences and stops seminal discharge or leukorrhea. Clears Dampness and promotes wound heeling. Inhibit gastric secretion and stops pain.

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Why might Indian Madder Root (Qian Cao) help with traumatic bleeding?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat traumatic bleeding as can be seen on Indian Madder Root's page.

Indian Madder Roots is a Cold herb that tastes Bitter. It targets the Liver.

Its main actions are: Cools the Blood and stops bleeding. Removes Blood Stagnation and regulates menstruation.

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