The Prescription of Shengxue Busui Tang
The book Jie Gu Ru Jie
- Dang Gui 6 g,
- Sheng Di 6 g,
- Shu Di 6 g,
- Bai Zhu 6 g,
- Zhi Qiao 6 g,
- Jing Jie 6 g,
- Bai Shao 6 g,
- Fang Feng 3 g,
- Chen Pi 3 g,
- Du Zhong 3 g,
- Chuan Xiong 3 g,
- Dan Pi 3 g,
- Gan Jiang 3 g,
- Niu Xi 3 g,
- Du Huo 3 g,
- Wu Jia Pi 3 g,
- Xu Duan 2.4 g,
- Huang Qi 2.4 g,
- Ai Ye 2.4 g,
- Xiang Fu 2.4 g,
- Qiang Huo 2.4 g,
- Hong Hua 1.5 g,
- Gan Cao 1 g,
- Fu Ling 15 g.
Chuan Xiong: Activating blood circulation and promoting the flow of qi, expelling wind and alleviating pain.
Sheng Di: Removing heat from the blood, arresting bleeding, nourishing Yin, reducing fever.
Shu Di: Tonifying blood, nourishing yin of liver and kidney, supplementing essence.
Huang Qi: Tonifying qi.
Gan Cao: Tempering the actions of all the other ingredients.
Chuan Duan: Tonifying the liver and kidney, strengthening tendons and bones, promoting blood circulation.
Xiang Fu: Soothing the liver and regulating qi, regulating menorrhea and alleviating pain.
Chen Pi: Promoting the flow of qi, drying dampness and resolving phlegm.
Zhi Qiao: Promoting the flow of qi, soothing the chest and middle energizer, relieving distention.
Gan Jiang: Warming the lung and dispelling cold so as to eliminate retained phlegm and warming up the spleen-Yang to remove dampness.
Wu Jia Pi: Dispelling wind-damp, tonifying the liver and kidney, strengthening tendons and bones, inducing diuresis.
Ai Ye: Warming meridians to stop bleeding, dispelling cold.
The Effect of Shengxue Busui Tang
Tonify blood and replenish essence.
Decoct in equal amounts wine and water with dates for oral dose to be taken between meals.