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Gui Zhi

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1. What is Gui Zhi?
    1.1 Physiological properties of Gui Zhi
2. Gui Zhi benefits
    2.1 Ramulus Cinnamomi benefits
3. Gui Zhi side effects
4. Application of Gui Zhi
    4.1 Guizhi Fuling
        4.1.1 Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan
        4.1.2 Guizhi Fuling Tea
    4.2 Gui Zhi Tang
        4.2.1 Gui Zhi Fu Ling Tang
        4.2.2 Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang
        4.2.3 Gui Zhi Shao Yao Zhi Mu Tang
        4.2.4 Gui Zhi Gan Cao Tang
        4.2.5 Gui Zhi Long Gu Mu Li Tang
        4.2.6 Gui Zhi Gan Cao Long Gu Mu Li Tang
5. How to buy Gui Zhi?

What is Gui Zhi?

Gui Zhi is the name of Chinese medicine, it is also known as Ramulus Cinnamomi. It belongs to the order Camphoraceae, family Camphoridae, medium-sized trees; annual branches cylindrical, terminal bud scales broadly ovate, green leaves alternate, long elliptic to sublanceolate; flowers white, about 4.5 mm long; fruit ellipsoid, black-purple when mature, glabrous; flowering period June to August, the fruiting period October to December. It is mainly produced in Guangxi, Guangdong, and Yunnan. The shoots are cut in spring and summer, dried in the sun or in the shade, and cut into thin slices or small sections. Pungent, sweet, warm. It belongs to the heart, lung, and bladder meridians. It has the effects of generating sweat and relieving muscles, warming the meridians, helping Yang to transform Qi, and pacifying and descending Qi. Commonly used in cold and flu, cold pain in the epigastrium and abdomen, menstrual blockage due to blood cold, paralysis and pain in joints, phlegm, edema, palpitation, etc.

Physiological properties of Gui Zhi

Gui Zhi is often born in broad-leaved forests but is mostly cultivated. Rou Gui likes warm climates, suitable for frost-free environments in subtropical areas, the most suitable temperature for growth is 26-30℃, the plant starts to grow only when the average monthly temperature is above 20℃, below 20℃ growth is slow, 0-6℃ low temperature has not seen frost damage. Cinnamon likes to be moist, avoid water, require abundant rainfall, and have relative humidity above 70%, too much rain will cause root rot and leaf rot; in too dry zone, the plant growth potential is poor. Cinnamon is a semi-shade tree, its light requirement varies with the age of the tree, seedlings like shade and avoid direct sunlight; mature trees can grow normally only under more sunlight, with high content and good quality of cinnamon oil. Cinnamon is a deep-rooted species, requiring deep, loose, well-drained and permeable sandy loam or loamy soil. It prefers slightly acidic or acidic soil and grows well in red and yellow loam with pH 4.5~6.5. Cinnamon young trees grow slowly, adult plants grow fast and have strong sprouting power; live trees that are more than 10 years old start to flower; cinnamon seeds have a short life span and cannot be exposed to sun and stored for a long time.

Gui Zhi benefits

Ramulus Cinnamomi benefits

Gui Zhi is pungent, sweet, and warm in nature, and enters the heart, lung, and bladder meridians. It is effective in relieving sweat and muscle, warming the meridians, helping Yang to transform Qi and calming the mind, etc. It can treat external wind-cold, wind-cold and damp paralysis, heart-yang discomfort, insomnia, and dreaminess.

Relieving sweating and relieving muscles

Gui Zhi is pungent, sweet, and warm, which can promote Yang and support Wei, and has a mild power to open the coup and generate sweat, and is good at promoting Yang Qi in Wei, which has the effect of helping Wei to strengthen the surface, generating sweat and relieving the muscles, and can dispel wind and cold. For external wind-cold, regardless of whether there is no sweat on the surface, sweat on the surface, or cold in Yang deficiency, all can be treated with Guizhi. For external wind-cold with superficial reality and no sweating, it can be used together with Ephedra. Those with superficial deficiency with sweating should be used with Bai Shao, and those with Yang deficiency external wind-cold should be combined with Hossein, Radix et Rhizoma Paeoniae, and Ephedra.

Warming the meridians

Gui Zhi is a warm and pungent herb that can disperse wind and cold and warm the meridians. It can be used to treat pain in the limbs caused by various cold diseases, mainly for pain in the joints of the back of the hands caused by wind-dampness and cold paralysis.

Helping Yang to transform Qi

Gui Zhi has the effect of helping Yang and transforming Qi. It can be used to treat heart pain caused by cold clotting and blood stagnation, resulting in heart paralysis and heart pain. Arrhythmia of the heart, known as pulse knot generation in Chinese medicine, can also be treated with Guizhi because it can invigorate Yang energy in the chest and enter the bladder meridian, which, by warming Yang and transforming Qi, allows water to be excreted from the bladder and relieves swelling in the body.

Calming and tranquilizing

The cinnamon stick contains cinnamaldehyde, which can calm the mind and reduce convulsions and epileptic seizures, as well as improve sleep quality and relieve insomnia and symptoms such as restless sleep and excessive dreaming.

Gui Zhi side effects

Gui Zhi herb

The side effects of Gui Zhi include gastrointestinal discomfort or poisoning and other adverse reactions.

Gastrointestinal discomfort

If patients consume a large number of cinnamon sticks will increase the burden on the gastrointestinal tract, causing certain damage to the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract, resulting in symptoms such as stomach distension and pain, diarrhea, etc. It may also cause the onset of acute gastroenteritis or gastric ulcer and other diseases.


Gui Zhi is a herb with a certain degree of toxicity, which can lead to toxic reactions such as nausea and vomiting, poor mental health, physical weakness, or lack of appetite if taken for a long time.

Guizhi must be taken in the amount and method under the guidance of a doctor.

Application of Gui Zhi

Guizhi Fuling

Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan

Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan Benefits
Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan has the effect of activating blood circulation and eliminating stasis, mainly treating women with plaque or blood stasis in the small abdomen, dysmenorrhea, and incomplete postpartum dew. Guizhifulingwan helps to improve the state of high blood coagulation, and also has the function of regulating endocrine. Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan has a good protective effect on the pituitary-adrenal cortex. Clinically, it was found that the number of follicles and the amount of estradiol increased after taking Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan, so it is believed that its clinical efficacy is related to estrogenic activity. Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan also has an anti-inflammatory effect, can play a direct role against many links, Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan can also make the latency period of cancer response significantly prolonged, and the effect lasts for a long time because Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan in peony, tannin, and the peach kernel has an analgesic effect.
Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan Side Effects
Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan formula of each flavor of the medicine is mild, adverse reactions are small, no clinical reports of side effects, patients can rest assured that use, but the medicine is three points of poison, try to avoid long-term use. This is because this drug may have some adverse effects on the stomach when taken for a long time. If you have any other side effects during the course of taking the drug, you may have some adverse effects on your stomach. If another discomfort occurs during the course of use, please stop using it.

Guizhi Fuling Tea

Most of the Guizhi Fuling Tea can be brewed with boiling water to help regulate the body.

Fuling Gui Zhi tea brewed with boiling water after drinking usually helps the body to activate blood, remove blood stasis, and eliminate symptoms and other effects, during the period can usually help treat endometritis, menstrual disorders, ovarian cysts, fibroids, and other diseases, to relieve the body of abdominal distension and pain and other adverse symptoms, the use of the period can make the symptoms appear to reduce and improve, but also help to prevent their own degree of aggravation of the disease, to achieve the role of complementary treatment and conditioning. You can follow the doctor's instructions in a specific way.

Gui Zhi Tang

The main function of Gui Zhi Tang is to relieve symptoms and fever in the treatment of colds, and also to harmonize the Ying and Wei.

Guizhitang is a very common soup in traditional Chinese medicine or TCM. Its main function is to relieve superficiality and fever to treat some colds, and at the same time it can also harmonize the Ying and Wei, and some symptoms of disharmony of Ying and Wei can also drink Gui Zhi Tang. The disharmony of Ying and Wei is actually a common symptom in Chinese medicine, for example, our left and right sides of the body feel different, or sweating half of the body is caused by the disharmony of Ying and Wei, so Gui Zhi Tang is a medicine it is not the soup we often drink this kind of ingredients.

Therefore, the use of Gui Zhi Tang is recommended that you do not use it yourself, but through a doctor to use ingredients of Gui Zhi Tang is also more, cinnamon sticks, ginger dates, licorice, and so on, Gui Zhi Tang is a drug, we do not use casually.

Gui Zhi Fu Ling Tang

The effects of Gui Zhi Fu Ling Tang are mainly to invigorate blood circulation, resolve blood stasis and eliminate symptoms. Its clinical effects are mainly in the treatment of gynecological diseases, specifically endometritis, and adnexitis, which are inflammatory diseases.

Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang

Chai Hu Gui Zhi Gan Jiang Tang
Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang is the name of a traditional Chinese medicine formula. It comes from the Treatise on Typhoid Fever. It has the effect of reconciling Shaoyang and harmonizing Ying and Wei. Externally induced wind-cold, with fever and spontaneous sweating, slight evil cold, or cold-heat exchanges, nasal tinnitus, dryness and vomiting, headache and strong neck, pain, and fullness in the chest and hypochondrium, and astringent or floating pulse.

Gui Zhi Shao Yao Zhi Mu Tang

Gui Zhi Paeonia Zhi Mu Tang is a kind of soup, which contains Ephedra and Radix Eucommiae Tang, Paeoniae and Licorice and Radix Eucommiae Tang, Licorice and Radix Eucommiae Tang, and Gui Zhi plus Radix Eucommiae Tang (with dates removed). The main functions are to dispel wind and dampness, to promote the circulation of yang and disperse cold, and to clear heat. Treating pain in all limbs and joints, body inibs, swollen feet like detachment, dizziness and shortness of breath, and warmth and desire to vomit.

Gui Zhi Gan Cao Tang

Gui Zhi Gan Cao Tang is a Chinese herbal formula composed of two herbs, namely Gui Zhi and Gan Cao, combined. Among these two herbs, Gui Zhi has the functions of harmonizing Ying, promoting Yang, inducing diuresis, lowering Qi, removing stasis, and tonifying the middle, and of course, Gui Zhi also has the function of relieving half of the surface and half of the interior. Thus, it seems that Guizhigancaotang is the main formula used to treat the deficiency of Heart-Yang and the damage of Middle Qi.

Gui Zhi Long Gu Mu Li Tang

Gui Zhi Long Gu Mu Li Tang is the name of a traditional Chinese medicine formula. It has the effect of harmonizing yin and yang and subduing and regulating. It is used for treating deficiency labor, stringiness in the abdomen, coldness in the yin region, dizziness of the eyes and hair, loss of sperm in men, dream intercourse in women, or palpitation, drowning, and deficiency of large hollow and late pulse, or hollow movement and slight tightness.

Gui Zhi Fu Zi Tang

Gui Zhi Fu Zi Tang is the name of a traditional Chinese medicine formula. It is derived from "Treatise on Typhoid Fever" and has the effect of dispelling wind and warming the meridians and helping Yang to resolve dampness. It is used for treating typhoid fever of eight or nine days, with wind and dampness fighting against each other, with body pain and annoyance, unable to turn to the side without vomiting and thirst, and with a floating and deficient and astringent pulse.

Gui Zhi Gan Cao Long Gu Mu Li Tang

Gui Zhi Gan Cao Long Gu Mu Li Tang is the name of a traditional Chinese medicine formula. It is derived from "Treatise on Typhoid Fever" and has the effect of warming the heart yang, calming the mind, and settling palpitations. Heart-Yang deficiency with restlessness, palpitation, or insomnia, suffocation of the heart and chest, cold in the extremities, shortness of breath and spontaneous sweating, pale complexion, pale tongue with white fur, and sluggish and feeble pulse.

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