Danggui Longhui Wan
The Prescription of Danggui Longhui Wan
The book Chinese Pharmacopoeia
- Dang Gui 100 g,
- Long Dan 100 g,
- Lu Hui 50 g,
- Qing Dai 50 g,
- Zhi Zi 100 g,
- Huang Lian 100 g,
- Huang Qin 100 g,
- Huang Bo 100 g,
- Da Huang 50 g,
- Mu Xiang 25 g,
- She Xiang 5 g.
Qing Dai: Clearing heat and liver-fire.
Dang Gui: Tonifying blood and activating blood, alleviating pain and moistening intestines.
Long Dan: Clearing heat and drying dampness, purging fire and removing toxicity.
Huang Lian: Dispelling pathogenic fire from the heart and the middle-Jiao.
Huang Qin: Purging fire in the upper-Jiao.
Huang Bo: Removing fire in the lower-Jiao.
Zhi Zi: Clearing away fire in the tri-Jiao, leading fire to go downward.
Da Huang: Removing accumulation with purgative, clearing heat and purging fire.
Lu Hui: Relaxing bowels with purgative and clearing liver fire.
Mu Xiang: Promoting the circulation of qi.
She Xiang: Inducing resuscitation and activating blood.
The Effect of Danggui Longhui Wan
Purge fire and relax the bowels.
Dizziness, restlessness, constipation, abdominal pain, tinnitus, deafness, rib pain, excessive fire in liver and gallbladder.
All the drugs except She Xiang are ground into fine powder. The powder is mixed with She Xiang and made into pills. 6 g of the pills is taken with warm boiled water each time, twice daily.
It is contraindicated to pregnant women.