The Prescription of Jupi Wan
The book Sheng Ji Zong Lu
- Chen Pi 15 g,
- Qing Pi 15 g,
- Gan Jiang 15 g,
- Da Huang 15 g,
- San Leng 15 g,
- Hou Po 15 g,
- Qian Niu Zi 15 g.
Ju Pi: The principal drug, regulating the flow of Qi and the function of the stomach, checking upward adverse flow of Qi to arrest vomiting.
Qing Pi: Moving qi and soothing the liver, breaking qi to resolve stagnation.
Hou Po: Promoting the flow of Qi to subdue distention, drying dampness and removing fullness.
Gan Jiang: Warming the spleen and stomach and dispersing pathogenic cold.
San Leng: Breaking blood and moving qi, resolving food stagnation and alleviating pain.
Da Huang: Removing blood stasis through invigorating blood circulation, clearing away heat from blood.
Qian Niu Zi: Inducing diuresis, eliminating phlegm and retained fluid.
The Effect of Jupi Wan
Regulate the flow of qi and resolve stagnation.
Abdominal distension and qi stagnation.
All the drugs are ground into fine powder. The powder is made with vinegar into pills.