The Prescription of Zujing Wan
The book Shi Zai Zhi Fang
- Shu Di 15 g,
- Dang Gui 15 g,
- Bai Shao 15 g,
- Ren Shen 15 g,
- Shan Yao 15 g,
- Qie Zi 21 g,
- Wu Wei Zi 18 g,
- Du Huo 9 g,
- Chuan Jiao 4.5 g,
- Qing Mu Xiang 9 g,
- Du Zhong 15 g,
- Ju Hua 9 g,
- Ji Li 15 g,
- Tu Si Zi 15 g,
- Huang Qi 15 g,
- 4 Chuan Xiong,
- 4 Rou Cong Rong
Shu Di: Tonifying blood, nourishing yin of liver and kidney, supplementing essence.
Ren Shen: Invigorating primordial Qi, strengthening the spleen and stomach.
Wu Wei Zi: Securing essence, replenishing qi and nourishing the kidney.
Du Huo: Removing cold-dampness in the lower-Jiao and the joints.
Shan Yao: Tonifying qi, nourishing yin, and tonifying the spleen, lung and kidney.
Qing Mu Xiang: Promoting the flow of qi and alleviating pain, clearing heat and removing toxicity.
Ju Hua: Dispersing wind-heat, subduing liver yang, and removing liver heat to improve vision, clearing lung heat.
Qie Zi: Clearing heat and activating blood, alleviating pain.
Ji Li: Pacifying liver and soothing liver, dispelling wind and improving vision.
Chuan Jiao: Warming middle energizer and alleviating pain.
Huang Qi: Invigorating Qi and tonifying the spleen and stomach.
The Effect of Zujing Wan
Tonify the liver and kiedney, strengthen yang and improve vision.
Qi deficiency in the liver and kidney.
All the drugs are pounded into fine powder. The powder is made with honey into pills. 50 pills are taken with glutinous rice soup.