Lycopus lucidus (Taekran) effect

Taekran

Lycopus lucidus (Taekran) effect

You can see a variety of medicinal herbs just by going up the mountain behind the neighborhood. All the grasses that we don’t know about have either efficacy or poison. Studying these herbs will help you distinguish between good and bad. Taekran grown in China looks like a grass, but has quite a variety of effects. If you would like to know about the tab, please refer to the following.




Lycopus lucidus effect

Taekran is effective in preventing menstrual pain, postpartum abdominal pain, bruises, false dysfunction, women’s diseases, poor urine flow, and epidemic hemorrhagic fever. In particular, the root has the effect of promoting blood circulation and removing moisture. It is said that since a long time ago, it has been cured of the pale complexion by harmonizing the energy and replenishing blood.

Lycopus lucidus
Lycopus lucidus

According to Donguibogam, Taekran has a warm nature and is not poisonous. It is said that it relieves sickness and abdominal pain before and after childbirth and supplements weakness in energy. It is also said to heal wounds and boils and relieve bruises.

Taekran effect
Taekran effect

Taekran Features

Taekran has lanceolate cotyledons and hairs on its own edge. Other names are Horan, Yongjo, and Hopo. It has the characteristics of growing well in humid areas in the mountains and fields. It is cut and dried in the sun during the flowering season in summer. Although it is bitter, it has a sweet and spicy taste and has a warm nature.

Taekran
Taekran

The part that can be used for medicinal purposes is the above-ground part before flowering. The stem surface is yellow-green and may be purple. The leaves are opposite, and most of the leaf pieces are curled. The length is 5-10cm, the tip is sharp and the edge is sharp. The front side of the leaf is blackish green and the back side is gray-green. The flowers are clustered in the leaf fluid, and the hwaak is yellowish brown.

Taekran
Taekran

Taekran contains saponins, tannins, organic acids, and amino acids. Flowers bloom in July-September and seeds ripen in September-October. Choseokjam and Taecran look similar. Both are lamiaceae plants, but the roots of Choseokjam are golbaeng-type tubers, whereas taekran is a silkworm-type rhizome that can be distinguished through the roots.




In addition, choseokjam is effective in preventing swelling and stroke, improving liver stiffness and arteriosclerosis, but it is known that fertilization is good for gynecological diseases.

Taekran
Taekran

Taekran dosage method

Taekran is bitter and has a spicy taste. Dried medicinal materials are decocted in water or powdered in 2-4 g each time. In some cases, it is boiled in boiling water and eaten with herbs.

Taekran is sometimes called easy. In the case of sprouts, herbs or soups are used, and outposts are usually used for medicinal purposes.

It has the meaning of easy and smooth. This also shows the persistence of our people. I think it resembles the spirit of our people as perennial grass grows on the edge of a ditch or in wetlands. Home