The Prescription of Qi Zhen Dan
The book Quan Guo Zhong Yao Cheng Yao Chu Fang Ji
- Dan Nan Xing 15 g,
- Tian Zhu Huang 15 g,
- Quan Xie 30 g,
- Jiang Can 30 g,
- Han Shi Qu 30 g,
- Zhu Sha 15 g,
- Ba Dou Shuang 6 g,
- She Xiang 3 g,
- Xiong Huang 15 g.
She Xiang: Being pungent in flavor and warm in nature, restoring consciousness.
Xiong Huang: Counteracting toxic pathogen.
Zhu Sha: Inducing sedation and tranquilization, clearing heat and removing toxicity.
Ba Dou Shuang: Removing cold accumulation with drastic purgative; expelling water to alleviate edema; dispelling phlegm and relieving sore throat.
Dan Nan Xing: Clearing and resolving heat-phlegm, extinguishing wind and relieving convulsions.
Jiang Can: Extinguishing wind to relieve spasm, dispelling wind and alleviating pain, resolving phlegm and dissipating accumulation.
Quan Xie: Extinguishing wind to relieve spasm, counteracting toxic pathogen and dissipating nodulation, unblocking collateral to alleviate pain.
Tian Zhu Huang: Clearing and resolving heat-phlegm, clearing heart and relieving convulsions.
The Effect of Qi Zhen Dan
Clear heat and dispel wind, relax the bowels, relieve convulsion and resolve phlegm.
Indigestion, overeating, abdominal mass, constipation, abdominal pain, infantile convulsions, cough with excessive phlegm.