The Prescription of Dieda Wan
- San Qi 64 g,
- Dang Gui 32 g,
- Bai Shao 48 g,
- Chi Shao 64 g,
- Tao Ren 32 g,
- Hong Hua 48 g,
- Xue Jie 48 g,
- Liu Ji Nu 32 g,
- Gu Sui Bu 32 g,
- Xu Duan 320 g,
- Su Mu 48 g,
- Mu Dan Pi 32 g,
- Ru Xiang 48 g,
- Mo Yao 18 g,
- Jiang Huang 24 g,
- Zhi Shi 32 g,
- San Leng 48 g,
- Fang Feng 32 g,
- Tian Gua Zi 32 g,
- Jie Geng 32 g,
- Gan Cao 48 g,
- Mu Tong 32 g,
- Zi Ran Tong 32 g,
- Tu Bie Chong 32 g.
San Qi, Xue Jie, Chi Shao and Mu Dan Pi: Activating blood and dissipating stasis, dredging meridians, resolving swelling to alleviate pain, astringing wound to stop bleeding.
Tao Ren, Hong Hua, Su Mu and Dang Gui: Breaking blood and eliminating stasis, dredging meridians to alleviate pain.
Ru Xiang and Mo Yao: Resolving swelling and alleviating pain.
Liu Ji Nu: Breaking blood and dredging meridians and stopping bleeding.
Tian Gua Zi: Dissipating nodulation and eliminating stasis.
Xu Duan, Gu Sui Bu, Tu Bie Chong and Zi Ran Tong: Strengthening tendons and bones.
San Leng and Jiang Huang: Breaking blood and promoting the flow of qi.
Gan Cao: Tempering the actions of all the other ingredients and alleviating pain.
Zhi Qiao, Mu Tong, Fang Feng and Jie Geng: Regulating qi and dredging meridians, promoting the circulation of blood.
Bai Shao: Soothing the liver, strengthening the tendons and alleviating pain.
The Effect of Dieda Wan
Activate blood and dissipate stasis, resolve swelling and alleviate pain.
Traumatic injury, swelling and pain of blood stasis, fracture, sudden sprain in the lumbar region, breaking of muscle and tendon, pain in the chest when breathing.
It is contraindicated to pregnant women.