The Medicinal Properties of Gold Coin Grass
Liver, Kidneys, Gallbladder, Bladder
The medicinal properties of Jin Qian Cao or Gold Coin Grass are as precious as gold. This and the physical likeness of the leaves to coins inspired the naming of this pleasant tasting tincture.
Traditionally, Gold Coin Grass has been used to provide moisture and heat in the body. It has been used for thousands of years, in Chinese medicine, to help increase urination, lessen fever and treat sexually transmitted ailments. But the most common clinical health benefits of Gold Coin address the symptoms of gallstones and kidney stones and for cleansing the liver and gallbladder.
Gold Coin Grass has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Various organs get overworked by the accumulation of toxins in the body that can occur when we consume processed food or are exposed to toxic elements. In this process, many health problems may arise when these vital organs, such as the kidneys and liver, are stymied by these toxins. They become unable to perform crucial functions that would normally address the pain related to these conditions.
Gold Coin Grass has often been recommended in combination with Coptis Chinensis, aka Chinese Goldthread & Huang Lian to accelerate the flushing of broken stones. And there is some new research on Gold Coin Grass that shows promise for its ability to break down gallstones and kidney stones without surgery. In fact, it is believed to be one of the best herbal tinctures available to crush the stones into tiny particles, thereby allowing them to pass out of the body.
Gold Coin Grass is often used to prepare for a liver/gallbladder flush, such as an olive oil/lemon cleanse (an alternative medicine therapy used to rid the body of gallstones and detoxify the liver). While there is no standard recipe for an olive oil and lemon juice cleanse, most practitioners only consume 1 or 2 tablespoons of olive oil with a fruit juice, like lemon juice, for two or three days.
While Gold Coin Grass tincture may be the most efficient way to take this herbal product, you should not expect immediate results. It is a process, and the studies show that, with long term use, this herbal remedy may help prevent the formation and regeneration of stones.
Centuries of experience has shown that Gold Coin Grass can be taken safely and without side effects. However, the process of passing stones naturally can result in symptoms caused by the release of toxins into the body’s systems. The symptoms may manifest themselves as fever, nausea, muscle pain, earache, and headaches. Its natural effect is diuresis, or frequency of urination, which could result in an over excretion of potassium in long-term use. This may also counter the effects of any anti-diuretic medication.
As mentioned before, the herbal tinctures have been used as a natural remedy for centuries for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects which could help to fight infections. The typical functions of Gold Coin Grass are for urinary calculi, Nephrotic Syndrome (nephrosis), edema, damp-heat jaundice, and hepatolithiasis. And according to Chinese Materia Medica, Gold Coin Grass goes to the four meridians of liver, kidneys, gallbladder, and bladder. A typical function of this herb’s properties is to alleviate water retention to treat stranguria, (a painful and intermittent emission of urine), associated with tenesmus (spasmodic and painful contraction of the sphincter), thus reducing heat and and eliminating toxins, to reduce swelling.
Gold Coin Grass herb has also been used for boils, carbuncles, and even snake bites. Because it has antibacterial effects and works as an anti-inflammatory, It has also been shown to inhibit skin allograft or skin graft rejection time. A tea made with this tincture may also be beneficial if given to dogs and cats for urinary difficulties and prostate problems.
Contraindications: Since Gold Coin grass herb is characterized as a medicine that is good for increasing urine flow, it could also lead to vertigo. For the same reason, those with diarrhea and those who are taking an anti-diuretic are advised not to use it. When used for a long period of time, it could decrease potassium levels. And although there are no known side effects of Gold Coin Grass, the process of passing stones naturally can result in symptoms caused by the release of toxins in the body’s systems. These may manifest as headaches, nausea, fever, earache and muscle pain. However, these are generally believed to be caused by the stress of passing stones rather than the Gold Coin Grass itself.Tags: bladder, cleanse, coin, Detox, gall stones, gold, gold coin, gold coin grass, grass, jin qian cao, kidney, kidney stones, liver, toxins
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