4 kinds of herbal medicines that are good for liver, there are contraindications to taking them correctly

A, wolfberry seeds: liver and kidney also bright eye

The Divine Husbandman’s Classic of the Materia Medica records, “Long service of Chinese wolfberry can strengthen the muscles and bones, withstand cold and heat, and lighten the body without aging, making it the best of Chinese medicine.” Fructus Lycii enters the liver and kidney meridians, which can nourish the liver and kidneys and benefit the essence and brighten the eyes. Its role is mainly to nourish the liver and kidneys and can be used for liver and kidney deficiency.

Recommended dosage per mouthful: for internal use, 5-15 grams.

Home Use: There are many ways to take Chinese wolfberry, boiling water, porridge, chewing food, etc.

Contraindications for use.

1, can not be excessive consumption, general healthy adults eat about 10 grams of Chinese wolfberry berry per day is more appropriate.

2, Chinese wolfberry warm body effect is quite strong, is a cold fever, body inflammation, diarrhea people caution.

3, people with stagnant phlegm should not take wolfberry seeds.

4, green tea and wolfberry seeds can not be taken together.

5, Spleen deficiency with dampness and diarrhea should not be taken.

Dang Gui: tonifying blood and nourishing liver yin

Angelica can be found in the Divine Husbandman’s Classic of the Materia Medica and is sweet and warm in nature. It enters the liver, heart and spleen meridians, and can protect the liver.

Recommended daily dosage: for internal use, 5-15 grams.

Home Use: Use Angelica as a tonic, mainly by adding it to porridge and soup.

Contraindications to use.

1, Angelica belongs to the sweet, warm and moist tonics, menstruation, bleeding tendency, yin deficiency, internal heat, loose stools and leaking should not be used.

2, hot and bleeding is prohibited, pregnant women should be cautiously taken.

White Paeonia: Nourishes blood, soothes the liver, restores liver yin.

Bai Shao has the effect of nourishing blood and astringing yin, softening the liver and relieving pain, suppressing liver yang, protecting the liver and relieving pain, and can treat liver damage and pain in the liver area.

Recommended daily dosage: take internally, 5 to 10 grams, large doses 15 to 30 grams.

Home Use: Decoction of Bai Shao Paeoniae can be used to decoct water, remove the residue and cook the juice for porridge.

Contraindications for use.

1) White peony is cold in nature, avoid eating if you have abdominal pain and diarrhea.

2.2.2 Avoid eating during measles in children.

3.3.3 Avoid taking Chinese medicine quinoa.

Colla Corii Asini: the best spring to nourish the liver and suppress wind.

Colla Corii Asini is an excellent product for invigorating Blood, nourishing Yin and moistening the lungs. Colla Corii Asini enters the liver meridian, nourishing liver yin and invigorating blood, and is best taken in spring when the liver is active. Colla Corii Asini is sweet, smooth and moist, and is used to nourish blood in the liver meridian. It is suitable for those who suffer from pre-menstrual dizziness due to deficiency of Liver Blood, or those who suffer from menstrual abdominal pain, dizziness and earache, and pale red tongue caused by deficiency of both Liver and Kidney.

Recommended daily dosage: for internal use, 5-10 grams.

Home Use: Colla Corii Asini can be dissolved in the mouth, or dissolved in water and mixed with sugar, honey, or milk if you cannot tolerate its special odor.


1) The dosage should not be large, 3-5 grams per day is enough, eating too much can easily lead to indigestion. If you eat too much, you are likely to get fire. 2.

(2)Colds, coughs, diarrhea avoid eating Colla Corii Asini.

3)Gelatin is not to be taken with radish or strong tea.

4.In the southern region, there are more hot and humid weather, if there is no adaptation, it is not suitable to eat Colla Corii Asini to supplement.