The Prescription of 天台乌药散
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- Wu Yao (Radix Linderae) 12 g,
- Chuan Lian Zi (Fructus Toosendan) 12 g,
- Gao Liang Jiang (Rhizoma Alpiniae Officinarum) 9 g,
- Bing Lang (Semen Arecae) 9 g,
- Mu Xiang (Radix Aucklandiae) 6 g,
- Xiao Hui Xiang (Fructus Foeniculi) 6 g,
- Qing Pi (Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae Viride) 6 g,
- Ba Dou (Semen Crotonis) 70 particles.
Wu Yao: The principal drug, promoting the circulation of Qi to soothe the liver, dispersing pathogenic cold to alleviate pain.
Mu Xiang, Xiao Hui Xiang, Qing Pi and Gao Liang Jiang: Promoting the flow of Qi and resolving masses, dispelling pathogenic cold and dampness.
Bing Lang: Acting directly on the lower-Jiao to promote the circulation of Qi, thus removing stagnancy and resolving masses.
Chuan Lian Zi and Ba Dou: Being stir-fried together so as to restrain the cold nature, and enhance the potency of promoting the flow of Qi to eliminate stagnancy, of Chuan Lian Zi.
The Effect of 天台乌药散
Promoting the flow of Qi to soothe the liver, expelling pathogenic cold to relieve pain.
Shan syndrome of cold-type due to stagnation of Qi, marked by hernia of the small intestines, pain in the lower abdomen referring to the testis, pale tongue with whitish coating, and deep slow or taut pulse; including such diseases with the above symptoms as external abdominal hernia, dysmenorrhea, and disorder of the testis.
Chuan Lian Zi and Ba Dou are parched until they look dark, and Ba Dou is removed to get Chuan Lian Zi. All the ingredients except Ba Dou are decocted in water for the decoction. The decoction is taken twice daily with adequate amount of millet uine.