Giant Typhonium Rhizome is the dried ruber of Typhonium
giganteum Engl. (Fam. Araceae).
To dispel wind-phlegm.
to check convulsions, and to counteract toxicity, promote
subsidence of nodulation and relieve pain.
Stroke with gurgling in the throat, drviation of the eye and
the mouth, and impairment of speech; upward invasion of phlegm
causting headache accompanied with dizziness, heaviness of
the body, restlessness, fidgetness, nausea and cold extremities,
or migraine; sore throat; tetanus; external use for scrofula,
used after processed, for external use, appropriate quantity
of the unprocessed tuber to be pounded into paste, stewed
into soft extract or ground into powder (mixed with wine),
and applied topically.
Be cautions when the unprocessed ruber is taken
orally, Used with caution in pregnancy.