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Jiming San

Name

Cock Crowing Powder

  1. 雞鳴散
  2. 鸡鸣散

The Prescription of Jiming San

Source

The book Zheng Zhi Zhun Sheng

Ingredients

Explanation

Bing Lang: The principal drug, being pungent and bitter in flavor and warm in nature, promoting the circulation of Qi and removing dampness.

Mu Gua: Relaxing muscles and tendons and activating the flow of Qi and blood in the channels and collaterals, and resolving dampness.

Chen Pi: Strengthening the spleen, removing dampness, promoting the flow of Qi to eliminate stagnancy.

Zi Su Ye and Jie Geng: Facilitating the activity of Qi, dispersing pathogens in the exterior, resolving stagnancy in the interior.

Wu Zhu Yu and Sheng Jiang: Warming and resolving cold-dampness, checking upward adverse flow of Qi and relieving vomiting.

The Effect of Jiming San

Effect

Promoting the circulation of Qi, descending the turbid, dispersing and resolving cold-dampness.

Indications

Beriberi due to cold-dampness, marked by swelling and heaviness and weakness and numbness and cold-pain in the feet and tibias, aversion to cold, fever, or muscles cramps, upward flow of Qi, even full sensation in the chest and nausea; including such diseases with the above symptoms as beriberi and filariasis.

Administrations

All the drugs are decocted in water for the decoction. The decoction is taken cold on an empty stomach in the early morning.