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Hai Ge Ke

 

 

 

Hai Ge Ke           Properties: BITTER, SALTY  - NEUTRAL             Dosage: 6 – 15g.

Clam Shell                            Meridian: KIDNEY, LUNG, STOMACH

-clear heat, direct lung Qi down – transform thick sputum with chest and or rib pain

-soften hardness, dissipate nodules – phlegm fire goiter and scrofula

-epigastric pain, acid reflux – (calcined powdered form)

 

 

 

 

 

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