Mu Li

Review Available Mu Li Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names:  Oyster Shell, Oyster, Osterea Gigas
Botanical Name:  Concha ostreae, Ostrea cucullata
Chinese / Pin Yin Name:  Mu Li
Mu Li Dosage:  Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.
Mu Li Precautions:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Incompatible with ma huang, xi xin, and wu zhu yu. Do not use in cases of yang deficiency or kidney deficiency without heat. Do not use with spermatorrhea due to coldness.

Mu Li Benefits & Information

Mu Li is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to calm the liver, subdue yang, soften hardness, dissipate nodules and stop discharge.  Mu Li supports mental calmness.  Mu Li has astringent, sedative, detoxification, analgesic and antiviral effects
Mu Li Properties: Salty, Neutral, Slightly Cold, Non-Toxic
Mu LI Channels / Meridians:  Liver, Kidney
Mu Li Naturally Occurring Components:  calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, calcium sulfate, organic compounds, magnesium, aluminum, silicon, ferric oxide

Herbs That Combine With Mu Li

Astragalus     Schisandra     White Peony     Scutellaria Root     White Atractylodes Root

References
https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/mu-lihttp://alternativehealing.org/mu_li.htmhttps://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Mu-Li-Cid3584