In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Cyathula root (Niu Xi in Pin Yin) is considered to have properties that are neutral in temperature and sweet and bitter in taste. It is believed to enter the Liver and Kidney channels. It is commonly used in TCM to treat patterns of blood stasis and wind-dampness, which may manifest as symptoms such as pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints. It is often used in combination with other herbs in formulas to support the function of the liver and kidneys and to promote circulation and resolve blood stasis. It is important to note that TCM herbs and formulas should be used under the guidance of a trained practitioner.
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