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1. What is Huang Qin?
    1.1 Scutellaria baicalensis
2. Types of Huang Qin
    2.1 Kuqin
    2.2 Ziqin
    2.3 Tiaoqin
    2.4 Sticky hair Huang Qin
    2.5 Dian Huang Qin
    2.6 Gansu Huang Qin
3. Growth environment of Huang Qin
4. Processing methods of Huang Qin 
5. Huang Qin TCM
6. Huang Qin benefits
7. Huang Qin side effects
8. How to take Huang Qin?
9. How to choose Huang Qin?
10. How to buy Huang Qin?

What is Huang Qin?

Huang Qin, which is also called Scutellaria baicalensis, the name of traditional Chinese medicine. Also known as camellia root and soil gold tea root, it is a perennial herb of the genus Huang Qin in the Labiatae family. Its root is used as medicine, bitter in taste, cold in nature, and has the effects of clearing away heat and dampness, purging fire and detoxification, stopping bleeding, and preventing miscarriage. Indications for febrile disease, upper respiratory tract infection, damp-heat jaundice, lung-heat cough, pneumonia, hemoptysis, dysentery, red eyes, high blood pressure, restless fetus, carbuncle, swollen boils and other diseases. The clinical antibacterial activity of Huang Qin is better than that of Huang Lian, and it does not produce drug resistance.

Scutellaria baicalensis

Scutellaria baicalensis is bitter and cold, clears diarrhea and dryness, and mainly enters the lung and large intestine meridians, and also enters the gallbladder, spleen, and stomach meridians. It not only clears heat and purifies fire, cools blood to stop bleeding, prevents miscarriage, and detoxifies heat, but also dries dampness and removes humidity to detoxify dampness and heat. It is the key medicine for controlling damp-heat-fire-toxin, and is widely used in diseases of damp-heat-fire-toxin. Compared with Huang Lian, its heat-clearing and damp-drying power is weaker, and its effect is more on the lungs and large intestine on the upper burner.

Types of Huang Qin


Kuqin is a long-growing perennial root, hollow and dry, light and floating; the outside is dark brown. Kuqin is good at clearing the lung-fire in the upper energizer, and mainly treating cough with yellow phlegm due to lung-heat.


Ziqin is the young root of the growth, solid and firm, the main quality is heavy; the outside is bright yellow. Ziqin is ood for diarrhea of large intestine damp-heat, mainly treating damp-heat diarrhea and abdominal pain.


Tiaoqin is the Huang Qin produced in Zhongtiao Mountain. Due to the unique natural geographical and climate conditions, Tiaoqin enjoys a high reputation in China. It is the best quality of the national Huang Qin varieties and is known as "little ginseng".

Sticky hair Huang Qin

Sticky hair Huang Qin is the dried root of Scutellaria baicalensis of Labiatae. The root is thick, straight or oblique, up to 1.5 cm in diameter, and the outer skin is dark brown. It is mainly distributed in northern Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, northern Hebei and Yantai, Shandong.

Dian Huang Qin

Dian Huang Qin is also called Southwest Huang Qin. It is mainly produced in the south-central, central and northwest parts of Yunnan, China.

Gansu Huang Qin

Gansu Huang Qin is slightly conical, with a length of 3-7 cm, a diameter of 0.2-1 cm, and thick brown skin on the surface. It is mainly produced in Gansu, Shaanxi, Shanxi and other places in my country.

Growth environment of Huang Qin

Huangqin, a perennial herb, grows wild in sunny and drier places such as mountain tops, hillsides, forest edges, and roadsides. It likes warmth and is resistant to severe cold. It grows on sunny grassy slopes at an altitude of 60-1300 (1700-2000) meters. The underground part of an adult plant can still survive the winter safely at a low temperature of -35°C, and it will not die at a high temperature of 35°C, but it cannot withstand continuous high temperature weather above 40°C. Tolerant to drought and fear of waterlogging, accumulated water or too much rain in the ground, poor growth, and severe root rot and death. Poorly drained land is not suitable for planting. The soil is loamy and sandy loam, and the pH is preferably neutral and slightly alkaline. Continuous cropping is avoided.

Wild Huangqin is mainly distributed in the central and eastern parts of Inner Mongolia and most of the three northeastern provinces, Chengde, Hebei, and Chifeng, Inner Mongolia. It is one of the main producing areas of wild Chinese medicinal materials in northern China. Cultivated Huangqin is mainly distributed in the four major production areas of Shandong, Shanxi, Shaanxi and Gansu.

Processing methods of Huang Qin

Collection and processing

Excavated in spring and autumn, remove fibrous roots and silt, remove rough bark after sun drying, and dry in the sun.

Processing method

Huang Qin

Take the original medicinal materials, remove the residual stems and impurities, wash them with water, boil them in boiling water for about 10 minutes, or steam them in a cage for about half an hour, take them out and cut them into thin slices while they are hot, and dry them in time.

Wine Huang Qin

Take Huang Qin slices and mix well with rice wine, moisten until thoroughly, put them in a frying pan, heat with slow fire, fry until deep yellow, take out and let cool. For every 100kg of Huang Qin slices, 10kg of rice wine is used.

Huang Qin Charcoal

Put the Huang Qin slices in a frying pan, heat them with strong fire, and when they are fried to dark brown, spray a little water to extinguish the sparks, take them out and let them air out.

Huang Qin TCM


Medicine part

The dry root of Scutellaria baicalensis.


Bitter in the mouth, cold in nature.


Return lung, gallbladder, spleen, large intestine, small intestine channel.


Heat-clearing and damp-drying, purging fire and detoxification, hemostasis, antiabortive.


For damp-warm, chest tightness and nausea, summer-dampness, damp-heat fullness, jaundice, dysentery, cough due to lung heat, blood-heat vomiting at the nose, high fever and polydipsia, carbuncle sores, restless fetal movement.

Related compatibility

1. Pediatric baldness: hollyhock, rhubarb, and scutellaria baicalensis are divided into equal parts, and it is the end. Wash the rice swill, and apply sesame oil. ("Pujifang")
2. Bloody dysentery: five liang of Kochia scoparia, one liang each of Burnet and Scutellaria baicalensis, as the end. Each serving of square inch dagger, mixed with warm water. ("Sheng Huifang")
3. To vomit blood and epistaxis, treat heart deficiency, vomiting blood and epistaxis, Xiexin Decoction: two liang of rhubarb, one liang of Coptis chinensis and Scutellaria baicalensis each, three liters of water, boil one liter, take hot for profit. (Zhang Zhongjing's "Golden Chamber and Jade Letter")


Decoction, 5-10g.


People with spleen and stomach deficiency should not use it.

Traits and characteristics

Huang Qin is conical, twisted, 8-25cm long and 1-3cm in diameter. The surface is dark yellow or brownish-yellow, with sparse warty fine root scars, the upper part is rough, with distorted longitudinal wrinkles or irregular netting, and the lower part has smooth and fine wrinkles. The quality is brittle and hard, easy to break, the cross-section is yellow, and the center is reddish-brown; the center of the old root is hollow or decayed, brown-black or dark brown. Slight gas, bitter taste.

Related discussion

1. "Compendium of Materia Medica": Treating wind-heat, damp-heat, headache, running porpoise heat pain, fire cough, lung impotence, throat fishiness, and all blood loss.
2. "Bie Lu": treat phlegm heat and heat in the stomach, colic in the lower abdomen, eliminate grains, sharpen the small intestine, women's blood stasis, dew bleeding, and abdominal pain in children.
3. "Herbal Classic": all heat jaundice, intestinal diarrhea, dysentery, water, blood closure, malignant sores, ulcers, and fire ulcers.
4. "Hen Jing Feng Yuan": Bitter cold, non-toxic. If it is hollow, it will enter the lungs, and if it is thin, it will enter the large intestine, and it will be boiled and fried with wine.

Huang Qin benefits

Clearing away heat and dampness

Huang Qin can be used for a variety of diseases caused by damp heat, such as damp-warm fever, sweating, chest tightness and greasy moss, or damp-heat jaundice, damp-heat diarrhea, dysentery, abdominal pain, damp-heat stranguria, etc.

Purging fire and detoxifying

For diseases with warm nature such as lung fire cough, thick yellow phlegm, or high fever and dizziness, the application of Huang Qin can exert the effect of purging fire. The detoxification effect is generally used for sores, carbuncles, etc., and can be used alone or together with rhubarb and rhubarb.

Hemostasis and anti-abortion

Huang Qin anti-abortion medicine is generally used for pregnant stomach heat, vomiting and inability to eat, and also for fiery moving fetus, fetal instability, bleeding under fetal movement, such as vomiting blood, epistaxis, metrorrhagia and other symptoms, can also be used in conjunction with the application of Huang Qin.

Huang Qin side effects 

1. Deficiency and coldness in the spleen and stomach can result, resulting in a decline in the function of the spleen and stomach, manifested in patients with nausea, vomiting, indigestion of food, loss of appetite, diarrhea and other related symptoms of gastrointestinal cold.

2. For the impact on the lungs, it is easy to induce exogenous cold pathogens in patients, resulting in coughing, wheezing, and dyspnea. For elderly patients, especially those with chronic bronchitis, patients should use it with caution.

3. Because Huang Qin is cold, it is easy to cause fetal movement in weak pregnant women, which should be paid attention to clinically.

How to take Huang Qin?



When Huang Qin decoction is taken orally, the usual dosage is 3g to 10g.

Huang Qin Tang

Clearing away heat and relieving benefit, harmonizing middle and relieving pain. Cure mainly heat diarrhea and dysentery. Body heat, bitter mouth, abdominal pain, red tongue with yellow coating, rapid pulse.

Ge Gen Huang Qin Huang Lian Tang

Unpack the table and clear the inside. Indications for co-heat under the benefit. The body is hot, the chest is hot, the mouth is thirsty, panting and sweating.

Made into powder or pill

Huang Qin Wan

The name of a traditional Chinese medicine prescription. From volume 105 of "Shengji Zonglu". Indications for heat-toxin rushing up, red eyes and flying blood, head spinning and nausea, inability to sit or lie down, and trance.

Shuang Huang Lian

Shuang Huang Lian is composed of honeysuckle, Huang Qin and forsythia. It has the effect of dispelling wind, relieving exterior, clearing heat and detoxifying. It is used for colds caused by exogenous wind-heat. Symptoms include fever, sore throat and cough. Common dosage forms on the market include granules, oral liquids, and injections.

Soaking wine

Huang Qin can also be mixed with traditional Chinese medicines such as rhubarb and curcuma to make wine, and applied externally to the affected area, which has the effects of relieving pain, dispelling blood stasis, reducing fever, and reducing swelling.

How to choose Huang Qin?


The skin of high-quality Huang Qin is slightly yellow, and the color is uniform; the color of inferior Huang Qin is yellow or white.


There should be no rot and deterioration on the surface of high-quality Huang Qin. If there are small spots of deterioration, it can be considered normal. Because Huang Qin contains a certain amount of sugar, there will be a small amount of deterioration during storage, but if there is more deterioration, then It belongs to inferior Huang Qin.


High-quality Huang Qin should be neither dry nor wet. You can grab it with your hands and hold it tightly. It will not break and can clump together, but it will loosen naturally after you let go of your hand. Then the dryness is acceptable.


High-quality Huang Qin is better if it tastes sweet; some Huang Qin taste slightly bitter and sweet because of the different origins of the varieties.

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