The Prescription of 风引汤
The book Jin Gui Yao Lue
- Da Huang 56 g,
- Gan Jiang 56 g,
- Long Gu 56 g,
- Gui Zhi 42 g,
- Gan Cao 28 g,
- Mu Li 28 g,
- Han Shui Shi 84 g,
- Hua Shi 84 g,
- Chi Shi Zhi 84 g,
- Bai Shi Zhi 84 g,
- Zi Shi Ying 84 g,
- Shi Gao 84 g.
Shi Gao: Being pungent and sweet in flavor and very cold in nature, facilitating the flow of the lung-Qi to clear away the lung-heat and preventing the other drugs warm in nature from producing heat.
Da Huang: Purging heat.
Gan Jiang and Gan Cao: Replenishing qi, warm the spleen and stomach.
Long Gu and Mu Li: Relieving convulsion and inducing tranquilization.
Gui Zhi: Expelling pathogenic factors from the muscles and skin by means of diaphoresis, warming the channels to dispel pathogenic cold.
Zi Shi Ying: Inducing tranquilization, relieving palpitation, warming the uterus and directing the qi downward.
Han Shui Shi: Clearing heat and reducing pathogenic fire, resolving swelling.
Bai Shi Zhi and Chi Shi Zhi: Astringing the intestines to stop bleeding.
Hua Shi: Inducing diuresis and clearing heat and summer-heat.
The Effect of 风引汤
Clear heat and extinguish wind, relieve convulsion and induce tranquilization.
Epilepsy and paralysis.
All the drugs are ground into fine powder. 6~9 g of the powder is decocted in water for oral dose to be taken.