Historically, Pipewort has been used for eye diseases, bloodshot eyes, headaches, sore throat, toothaches, and the digestive system. In TCM, it is known as Gu Jing Cao, and has historically been used as an herb to drain fire, enter the liver and stomach channels and for its neutral (ping) and sweet (gan) taste/temperature properties.
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Gu Jing Cao TCM Herb Classifications and Usages. https://yinyanghouse.com/theory/theory/herbalmedicine/gu_jing_cao_tcm_herbal_database/
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