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Jue Chuang (Creeping Rostellularia Herb)

  1. 爵床
  2. Creeping Rostellularia Herb
  3. Herba Rostellulariae

The Effect of Jue Chuang


Salt, pungent, cold; liver and gallbladder meridians entered.


Clear heat and remove toxicity, eliminate dampness and disperse stagnation, activate blood and alleviate pain.


Infantile malnutrition, jaundice, dysentery, malaria, cough, cold with fever, sores and boils, traumatic injury, laryngalgia, nephritis with edema, arthralgia and myalgia.

Dosage and Administrations

Decoct 10~15 g, or 30~60 g of the fresh, or pounded into juice. Proper dosage is for external application, pounded for applying or decocted for washing.


Do not take overdose. It is contraindicated in case of qi and blood deficiency and deficiency cold in spleen and stomach.