Amber Resin

Review Amber Resin Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names: Amber Resin, Pine tree resin, Xuo po, Succinum, Amber Pinus, Amber
Botanical Names:  Succinum resin
Pin Yin Name:  Hu Po   
Amber Resin Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions for how to use this herb.
Amber Resin Precautions:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing.  Do not use with yin deficiency.

Amber Resin Benefits & Information

Traditionally Amber Resin moves the blood and eliminates accumulations. Amber contains sedative properties that promote calmness and ease anxiety.  It benefits respiratory health, eases seasonal discomforts and benefits memory.  The resin is fossilized tree resin that has been buried in the ground tens of millions of years created by chemical changes. Prized for it's decorative and medicinal properties, amber has been apart of Greek and Roman mythology. The pieces are very hard, and should be stored in a sealed container.  
Amber Resin Properties: Sweet, Neutral
Amber Resin Channels / Meridians: Bladder, Heart, Liver
Naturally Occurring Chemical Components in Amber Resin:  resin, volatile oil, diabietinolic acid, succinosilvic acid, succinoresinol, succinoabietol, succinic acid, borneol, succoxyabietic acid, succinoabietinolic acid, sodium, strontium, silicon, iron, cobalt

Herbs That Combine With Amber Resin

Angelica Dahurica     Myrrh     Huai Niu Xi     Shi Chang Pu     Corydalis     Chinese Date

References:  herbpathy.com, alternativehealing.org