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Da Dingfeng Zhu


Great Pearl for Wind-syndrome

  1. 大定风珠
  2. 大定風珠

The Prescription of Da Dingfeng Zhu


The book Wen Bing Tiao Bian



Ji Zi Huang (egg yolk) and E Jiao: The principal drugs, nourishing Yin-fluid to calm endogenous wind.

Di Huang, Mai Dong and Bai Shao: Replenishing Yin and nourishing the liver.

Gui Ban and Bie Jia: Nourishing Yin and suppressing the hyperactivity of Yang.

Ma Ren: Nourishing Yin and moistening dryness.

Mu Li: Calming the liver and suppressing the hyperactivity of Yang.

Wu Wei Zi and Zhi Gan Cao: Being sour and sweet in taste to nourish Yin.

The Effect of Da Dingfeng Zhu


Replenishing Yin and calming wind.


Wind-syndrome due to impairment of Yin by the intense heat produced by prolonged epidemic febrile disease or consumption of Yin-fluid caused by mistaking drugs with the action of diaphoresis or purgation, marked by lassitude, trembling of the hands and feet, deep-colored tongue with little coating and weak pulse; including such diseases with the above symptoms as epidemic encephalitis B and typhoid fever.


The ingredients except Ji Zi Huang (egg yolk) are decocted in water for the decoction, in which Ji Zi Huang is put. The decoction is divided into 2 portions, 1 portion is taken each time.