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Decoction of astragalus for Internal Tonification

  1. Neibu Huangqi Tang
  2. 内补黄耆汤
  3. 內補黃耆湯
  4. 內補黃芪湯

The Prescription of 内补黄芪汤


The book Wai Ke Fa Hui



Huang Qi: The principal drug, being sweet in flavor and slightly warm in nature, invigorating Qi and promoting muscle regeneration.

Ren Shen, Fu Ling and Gan Cao: Strengthening the spleen and invigorating Qi.

Dang Gui, Shu Di, Bai Shao and Chuan Xiong: Nourishing blood and tonifying the liver.

Rou Gui: Warming and supporting Yang-Qi.

Mai Dong: Nourishing Yin and reinforcing the heart.

Yuan Zhi: Relieving mental stress.

The Effect of 内补黄芪汤


Invigorating Qi and blood, nourishing Yin and promoting muscle regeneration.


Syndrome due to deficiency of both Qi and blood after carbuncle festering, marked by paining at the site of festering, lassitude, languor, poor appetite, mild insomnia, spontaneous sweating, dry mouth, or persistent fever, pale tongue with thin coating, and thready weak pulse; including such diseases with the above symptoms and signs as chronic ulcer and chronic osteomyelitis.


Shu Di Huang and Dang Gui are mixed with small amount of liquor, Bai Shao and Yuan Zhi are stir-fried separately. Huang Qi is parched with salt water. Then all the drugs are decocted in water for the decoction to be taken twice.