The efficacy and role of honeysuckle and its contraindications2021-12-29
Honeysuckle has a cold nature, mild medicinal properties and is safe and non-toxic. Its fragrance is transparent, which can clear away heat and detoxify, but also disperse wind heat. It can be used for summer heat prevention and treatment of exogenous wind-heat syndrome and influenza. If used with burdock seeds, mint, etc., it can be used to treat symptoms such as exogenous wind-heat or febrile disease at the beginning, such as body heat, headache, sore throat, thirst, polydipsia, and no sweating. Heat-clearing and detoxifying 2 Honeysuckle has strong heat-clearing and detoxifying power and can treat symptoms such as swollen and painful throat and gum swelling and pain caused by burning. In addition, honeysuckle has a very significant effect on dispelling carbuncle, and can be used to treat various febrile sores and carbuncle toxin. Cooling blood to stop dysentery 3 Honeysuckle is cold in nature, has the effects of clearing heat and detoxification, cooling blood to stop dysentery. Especially after the honeysuckle is roasted on charcoal, the effect of treating heat-toxic dysentery is obvious. It can be used to treat heat-toxic dysentery, diarrhea, pus and blood. It can be used alone or equivalently with Coptis, Scutellaria, and Pulsatilla to enhance the anti-diarrhea effect. Anti-inflammatory and anti-swelling and pain 4 Soaking honeysuckle in water can effectively promote the release of adrenal cortex hormones. Hormones can well inhibit various inflammations and swelling and pain. If your body is inflamed, you can take some honeysuckle tea water. However, it should be noted that honeysuckle in water is similar to tea. You can brew it two to three times a day. Do not drink it overnight.