Kudingcha (Bitter Light Tea)
We will share with you a blind Chinese medicine-Kudingcha.
[Summary of traditional Chinese medicine for Kudingcha]
Kudingcha is the leaves of Ilex shrubs or small tree plants such as Ilex macrophylla. Sweet, bitter, and cold. Return to the liver, gallbladder, lung, and stomach meridians.
1. Dissipate wind-heat, clear heads, clear liver fire: used for wind-heat headache, red eyes, toothache, inflammation of liver fire, dizziness of the head, tinnitus and other symptoms.
2. Antipyretic: Used for enteritis, dysentery, scalds from water and fire, ear pus, breast carbuncle, etc.
[Identification of the efficacy of Kuding tea]
Kuding tea dispels wind-heat, clears the chief of benefit, Chinese medicine physician, combined with two medicines of Huai Mi, one enters the liver for qi, and the other enters the liver for blood. Use the liver’s qi and blood to clear.
【The pharmacological effects of Kudingcha】
It has inhibitory effect on Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus viridans, Catococcus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, etc.
[Chemical components of Kudingcha]
Contains ursolic acid, protocatechuic acid, tannins, flavonoid glycosides and carbohydrates.
【Dosage and Usage of Kuding Tea】
This product is 10-26g, decocted in water, or used as a substitute for tea.