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Ju Hua

English Name: chrysanthemum flower

Pharmaceutical Name: Flos Chrysanthemi

Medica Category: Wind-Heat Releasing Herbs

Properties: Ju Hua enters the Lung and Liver Channels; it is acrid, sweet, and bitter in nature and cool in temperature.

What is Ju Hua?:

The Chinese Herb Ju Hua is unprocessed chrysanthemum flowers.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Therapeutic Actions of Ju Hua:

Ju Hua dispels wind-heat and is used in the early stages of wind heat invasions to treat headaches, painful eyes, fever and dizziness.

Ju Hua is commonly used to treat eye disorders and is added to a wide variety of formulas to treat redness, itching, floaters, blurred vision, and other manifestations of visual disturbances. Additionally, it enters the Liver channel and thus can serve as a guide to carry the therapeutic effects of other herbs up to the eyes (and head more generally).

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