The Prescription of Bixie Fenqing Yin
The book Dan Xi Xin Fa
- Yi Zhi (Fructus Alpiniae Oxyphyllae) 10 g,
- Chuan Bi Xie (Rhizoma Dioscorea Hypoglaucae) 10 g,
- Shi Chang Pu (Rhizoma Acori Tatarinowii) 10 g,
- Wu Yao (Radix Linderae) 10 g.
Bi Xie: The principal drug, being bitter in flavor and cold in nature, inducing diuresis and removing dampness.
Yi Zhi: Warming up the kidney-Yang, astringing urination to arrest enuresis.
Wu Yao: Warming the kidney and urinary bladder, cutting down the frequency of urination.
Shi Chang Pu: Promoting diuresis to remove dampness and eliminate deficiency-cold of the urinary bladder.
The Effect of Bixie Fenqing Yin
Warming the kidney, inducing diuresis and removing dampness.
Syndrome due to deficiency-cold of the lower-Jiao and down-flowing dampness, marked by frequent urination with urine as white as rice-soup and as thick as a dilute paste; including such diseases with the above symptoms as chyluria, chronic prostatitis and chronic cystitis.
Decocted in water for oral dose to be taken twice.