The Prescription of Zelan Gao
The book Wai Tai Mi Yao
- Xi Xin 60 g,
- Xu Duan 60 g,
- Shi Nan 60 g,
- Ze Lan 60 g,
- Zao Jia 60 g,
- Bai Zhu 60 g,
- Mang Cao 60 g,
- Hou Po 60 g,
- Wu Tou 60 g,
- Xing Ren 23 g,
- Shu Jiao 90 g.
Xi Xin: Promoting the circulation of blood through the channels to disperse pathogenic cold.
Shu Jiao: Warming middle energizer and alleviating pain.
Ze Lan: Activating blood, dispelling blood stasis and resolving swelling.
Hou Po: Inducing Qi to flow downward and relieving distention.
Bai Zhu: Strengthening the spleen and drying dampness.
Xing Ren: Descending the lung-Qi to relieve cough and dyspnea, moistening intestines for relaxing bowels.
Zao Jia: Dispelling phlegm, opening orifice and blockage.
Shi Nan: Dispelling wind, dredging meridians and tonifying the kidney.
Mang Cao: Expelling wind, resolving swelling, dissipating nodulation, killing parasites and relieving itching.
Chuan Wu: Dispelling wind-damp, warming meridians to alleviate pain.
Chuan Duan: Tonifying the liver and kidney, strengthening tendons and bones, promoting blood circulation.
The Effect of Zelan Gao
Activate blood, tonify the liver and kidney, expel wind and warm meridians.
Premature graying of the hair and psilosis.
All the drugs are soaked in wine for a night, and then made with Zhu Zhi 2000 g into paste. Apply the paste overhead for 10 days.