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Hiccups Is Associated With 4 TCM Herbs

Promotes the movement of Qi, alleviates pain - distention and pain in abdominal region due to cold from deficiency or blood stasis. Directs rebellious Qi downward - excess/deficiency wheezing, vomiting, belching, hiccups due to cold from deficiency of the middle jiao. Helps the kidneys grasp Qi -…

Warms middle warmer, directs rebellious Qi downward - cold in the stomach with vomiting, hiccups, abdominal pain, diarrhea. Warms kidney yang - impotence, leukorrhea due to Kidney yang deficiency.

Transforms phlegm, clears lung heat - lung heat patterns with cough. Harmonizes the stomach, clears stomach heat, redirects rebellious stomach qi - nausea, vomiting, hiccups, belching. Often fried in honey to strengthen the lung moistening function, or in ginger juice to increase its ability to s…

Directs stomach Qi downward - stops hiccups and belching.

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