The Prescription of Jiaotai Wan
The book Pi Wei Lun
- Pao Jiang 0.9 g,
- Ba Dou Shuang 1.5 g,
- Ren Shen 3 g,
- Rou Gui 3 g,
- Chai Hu 4.5 g,
- La Jiao 4.5 g,
- Bai Zhu 4.5 g,
- Hou Po 9 g,
- Ku Lian Pi 9 g,
- Fu Ling 9 g,
- Chuan Wu 13.5 g,
- Zhi Mu 12 g,
- Wu Zhu Yu 15 g,
- Sha Ren 9 g,
- Zi Wan 18 g,
- Huang Lian 18 g,
- Zao Jiao 18 g.
Chai Hu: Dispersing pathogenic factors from the superficies of the body.
Hou Po: Inducing Qi to flow downward and relieving distention.
Huang Lian: Clearing heat and removing toxicity.
Pao Jiang: Warming meridians to stop bleeding, warming the spleen and stomach to alleviate pain.
Ba Dou Shuang: Eliminating retained fluid, resolving swelling, eliminating phlegm and relieving sore throat.
Zi Wan: Moistening lung to resolve phlegm and relieving cough.
Sha Ren: Resolving dampness and promoting the flow of qi, warming middle energizer.
Zhi Mu: Clearing heat and purging fire, nourishing yin and moistening dryness.
Ren Shen: Reinforcing the primordial Qi, benefiting the spleen and lung.
Wu Zhu Yu: Warming the stomach to disperse cold, removing stagnated food, descending Qi to lower the turbid.
Chuan Wu: Dispelling wind-damp, warming meridians to alleviate pain.
La Jiao: Warming the spleen and stomach, dissipating cold, stimulating the appetite and promoting digestion.
Zao Jiao: Dispelling phlegm, opening orifice and blockage, dispelling wind.
Ku Lian Pi: Clearing heat and drying dampness.
Rou Gui: Reinforcing fire and strengthening yang, dispelling cold to alleviate pain, warming meridians and collaterals.
The Effect of Jiaotai Wan
Invigorate yang, warm meridians, harmonize the spleen and stomach.
Fatigue and somnolence, paralysis.