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Wu Ji Wan


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The Prescription of Wu Ji Wan


The book Tai Ping Hui Min He Ji Ju Fang



Huang Lian: Dispelling pathogenic fire from the heart and the middle-Jiao.

Wu Zhu Yu: Warming the stomach to disperse cold, removing stagnated food, descending Qi to lower the turbid.

Bai Shao: Tonifying blood, astringing yin to check sweating, emolliating liver to alleviate pain, calming and suppressing liver yang.

The Effect of Wu Ji Wan


Soothe the liver and regulate the spleen, clear heat and harmonize the stomach.


Stomachache with acid regurgitation, abdominal pain with diarrhea.


Ground into powder and mixed with flour into pills. 6 g of the pills is taken each time with rice decoction, three times a day; or decocted in water for the decoction with the dosage of the ingredients adequately reduced according to their proportions.