The Prescription of Jiu Kun Dan
The book Bei Jing Zhong Yao Cheng Fang Xuan Ji
- Bai Shao 15 g,
- Chuan Xiong 15 g,
- Sheng Di 15 g,
- Shu Di 15 g,
- Dang Gui 15 g,
- Huang Qin 15 g,
- Fu Ling 15 g,
- Wu Yao 15 g,
- Ju Hong 15 g,
- E Jiao 12 g,
- Su Ye 12 g,
- Sha Ren 12 g,
- Xiang Fu 12 g,
- Bai Zhu 12 g,
- Hu Po 12 g,
- Ren Shen 12 g,
- Mu Xiang 3 g,
- Chen Xiang 3 g,
- Chuan Niu Xi 6 g,
- Gan Cao 6 g,
- Yi Mu Cao 60 g.
Shu Di: Nourishing the kidney and replenishing essence.
Xiang Fu: Soothing liver and promoting the flow of qi, regulating menorrhea.
Huang Qin: Clearing heat and removing toxicity.
Sheng Di: Cooling blood to stop bleeding.
Fu Ling: Strengthening the spleen and inducing diuresis so as to promote the elimination of phlegm.
Yi Mu Cao: Activating blood and regulating menstruation, promoting diuresis and dissolving edema, clearing heat and removing toxicity.
Bai Zhu: Strengthening the spleen and drying dampness.
Fu Ling: Inducing diuresis and strengthening the spleen.
Sha Ren: Regulating the stomach and enlivening the spleen, promoting the flow of Qi to relieve chest depression.
Chen Xiang: Moving qi and alleviating pain, warming middle energizer to arrest vomiting.
Chuan Niu Xi: Dispelling wind and inducing diuresis, activating blood and stimulating the menstrual flow.
Hu Po: Inducing sedation and tranquilization, activating blood and resolving stasis, inducing diuresis and relieving stranguria.
Ju Hong: Dispelling cold and drying dampness, regulating qi and resolving phlegm, soothing middle energizer and strengthening the stomach.
The Effect of Jiu Kun Dan
Tonify qi, regulate menstruation and tonify blood.
Abnormal menstruation, dysmenorrhea, morbid leucorrhea, uterine bleeding.
All the drugs are ground into fine powder. The powder is made with ginger juice into pills. 2 pills is taken twice a day.
It is contraindicated to pregnant women.