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Qingdai Tang

The Prescription of Qingdai Tang


The book Yi Xue Zhong Zhong Can Xi Lu



Shan Yao: Tonifying qi, nourishing yin, and tonifying the spleen, lung and kidney.

Long Gu: Inducing sedation and tranquilization, pacifying liver and subduing yang, arresting and astringing discharge.

Mu Li: Replenishing Yin, suppressing the hyperactivies of Yang, relieving restlessness and astringing sweating.

Hai Piao Xiao: Secure essence and stop leukorrhagia, astringe to stop bleeding, restrain acidity and alleviate pain. Dry dampness and cure the sores and ulcer when used externally.

Qian Cao: Cool blood, resolve blood stasis and stop bleeding, dredge meridians.

The Effect of Qingdai Tang


Strengthen the spleen, arrest discharge and arrest leucorrhea.


Leukorrhea with reddish discharge.


Decoct in water for oral dose to be taken twice.