Qingwei Zhixue Tang
The Prescription of Qingwei Zhixue Tang
- Raw Da Huang 10 g,
- Dan Pi 10 g,
- Zong Lv Tan 10 g,
- Chi Shi Zhi 10 g,
- Wu Zei Gu 10 g,
- Bai Shao 20 g,
- Shan Zhi 12 g,
- Di Yu 15 g,
- Bai Ji 15 g,
- Gan Jiang 8 g.
Da Huang: Being bitter in flavor and cold in nature, purging fire and relaxing the bowels.
Bai Shao: Soothing the liver and tonifying blood.
Bai Ji and Di Yu: Cooling blood to stop bleeding, resolving swelling and promoting tissue regernation.
Zong Lv Tan and Chi Shi Zhi: Astringing to stop bleeding, promoting tissue regeneration and healing wound.
Wu Zei Gu and Zhi Zi: Purging fire and relieving restlessness, clearing heat and eliminating dampness.
Dan Pi: Cooling blood, activating blood and dissipating blood stasis.
Gan Jiang: Warming the spleen and stomach, dispelling cold, arresting haematemesis.
The Effect of Qingwei Zhixue Tang
Soothe the liver, purge fire and clear heat, resolve blood stasis and stop bleeding.
Peptic ulcer with hematorrhea.
Decoct in water for oral dose to be taken at short intervals.