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Mi Meng Hua – Buddleja – Flos Buddlejae

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Mi Meng Hua

English Name: buddleja, pale butterfly bush flower

Literal Translation: “dense-mist flower”

Pharmaceutical Name: Flos Buddlejae

Medica Category: Heat-Clearing and Fire-Purging Herbs

Properties: Mi Meng Hua enters the Liver channel; it is sweet in nature and cool in temperature.

What is Mi Meng Hua?:

The Chinese Herb Mi Meng Hua is the dried flowers of the pale butterfly bush (Buddleja officinalis), a medium to large, semi-evergreen shrub with pale mauve, yellow-eyed, strongly fragrant flowers native to Western China.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Therapeutic Actions of Mi Meng Hua:

Mi Meng Hua enters the Liver channel to clear heat and benefit the eyes. It can deal with a wide variety of eye/visual problems (that come from excess or deficiency heat, as well as from wind-heat) ranging from photophobia to redness and swelling to superficial visual obstructions depending on the other herbs it is used with in formula.

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