E Jiao Jizihuang Tang
The Prescription of E Jiao Jizihuang Tang
The book Tong Su Shang Han Lun
- E Jiao (Colla Corii Asini) 6 g,
- Gou Teng (Ramulus Uncariae cum Uncis) 6 g,
- Bai Shao (Radix Paeoniae Alba) 9 g,
- Luo Shi Teng (Caulis Trachelospermi) 9 g.
- Shi Jue Ming (Concha Haliotidis) 15 g,
- Sheng Di (Radix Rehmanniae) 12 g,
- Mu Li (Concha Ostreae) 12 g,
- Fu Shen (Poria cum Ligno Hospite) 12 g,
- Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae) 1.8 g,
- Ji Zi Huang (egg yolk) 2 ones.
E Jiao and Ji Zi Huang: Nourishing Yin-blood, calming wind and suppressing hyperactive Yang.
Sheng Di, Shao Yao and Gan Cao: Being sour and sweet to the taste, nourishing Yin, reinforcing the liver and calming wind.
Gou Teng, Shi Jue Ming and Mu Li: Calming the liver and suppressing the hyperactivity of Yang.
Fu Shen: Soothing the liver and calming the mind.
Luo Shi Teng: Relaxing the muscles and tendons and clearing away obstructions in the channels.
The Effect of E Jiao Jizihuang Tang
Nourishing Yin, blood and the liver to calm wind.
Wind-syndrome due to deficiency of Yin, marked by rigidity of the muscles and tendons, trembling of the hands and feet like the symptom caused by apoplexy, or dizziness, vertigo, deep-colored tongue with little coating, and thready rapid pulse; including such diseases with the above symptoms as neurosism, senile tremor and hypertension.
Decocted in water for oral dose to be taken twice.