The Prescription of Ren Dan
- Sheng Shi Gao
- Hua Shi
- Er Cha
- Gan Cao
- Bo He
- Ding Xiang
- Mu Xiang
- Xiao Hui Xiang
- Sha Ren
- Chen Pi
- Gan Jiang
- Rou Gui
Shi Gao: Removing heat and restlessness.
Gan Cao: Regulating the stomach, tempering the actions of all the other ingredients.
Gan Jiang: Warming the lung and dispelling cold so as to eliminate retained phlegm but also warming up the spleen-Yang so as to remove dampness.
Ding Xiang: Warming the stomach, dispelling pathogenic cold, checking the upward adverse flow of Qi, and arresting hiccup.
Hua Shi: Inducing diuresis to treat stranguria, clearing heat and summer-heat, dispelling dampness.
Bo He: Dispersing wind-heat, clearing the head, improving eyesight, relieving sore throat, expelling wind.
Er Cha: Activating blood and curing trauma, stopping bleeding, promoting regeneration and healing wound.
Sha Ren: Resolving dampness and promoting the flow of qi, warming middle energizer and arresting vomiting, checking diarrhea.
Rou Gui: Reinforcing fire and strengthening yang, dispelling cold to alleviate pain, warming meridians and collaterals.
Chen Pi: Promoting the flow of qi, arresting vomiting, drying dampness and resolving phlegm.
Mu Xiang: Promoting the flow of qi and alleviating pain.
Xiao Hui Xiang: Dispelling cold and alleviating pain, regulating qi and harmonizing the stomach.
The Effect of Ren Dan
Clear heat and relieve summer-heat, arrest vomiting, expel wind and strengthen the stomach.
Dizziness, indigestion, seasickness, nausea and vomiting, choking sensation in chest, vomit due to sunstroke, endemic.
Keep under tongue, 0.1~0.2 g per time.
It is contraindicated to pregnant women, infants and young children.