Xi Xian Cao & Yi Mu Cao Herbal Formula
Xi xian cao (Siegesbeckia) and Yi mu cao (Leonurus) have been used together in Traditional Chinese Medicine for many years, believed to be able to reduce adhesions and scar tissue, particularly of the female reproductive system, along with restoring delicate hormonal balance. When used in conjunction, these two herbs are also believed to be excellent anti-inflammatories and immune system enhancers to allow your body to function at its best.
What Does Xi Xian Cao Do Exactly?
So, what is Xi xian cao used for medicinally? Actually, its medicinal history can be dated back to the Tang Dynasty, about 1,000 years ago. It is capable of treating rheumatism, eczema, rubella, urticaria, and pruritus.
Modern pharmacological actions of Xi Xian Cao:
1. It is anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving;
2. It lowers blood pressure;
3. It enhances immune function;
4. It can dilate blood vessels;
5. It significantly inhibits blood clotting;
6. It has a certain inhibitory effect on E Coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Salmonella typhi, Shigella sonnei, staphylococcus albus, Salmonella Enteritidis, Neisseria catarrhalis, plasmodium yoelii, and the like;
7. It moderately inhibits herpes simplex virus.
What Does Yi Mu Cao Do Exactly?
1. Dispels Blood Stasis, Invigorates Blood, Reduces Masses
2. Very important herb for gynecological disorders due to stagnation of blood. It regulates the blood and treats irregular menses, amenorrhea, heavy menses with clots, postpartum abdominal pain, infertility, traumatic pain and abdominal masses or fibroids.
3. Promotes urination, reduces swelling and edema.
4. For dermatological disorders including eczema, lesions, sores, ulcers, and itchy rashes.
How Will This Help Heal My Fallopian Tubes?
Just like the Serrapeptase, these Chinese herbs can help eliminate scar tissue and even balance hormones. However, these herbs do something even further; they help drain the blockage so while the Serrapeptase is breaking down scar tissue, the herbs will assist the body to clear out dead tissue or fluid in the tubes