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Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang

Bupleurum & Pueraria Combination Granules | 柴葛解肌湯
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Ingredients: White peony root (bai shao), Gypsum (shi gao), Kudzu root (ge gen), Fragrant Angelica (bai zhi), Notopterygium root (qiang huo), Bupleurum root (chai hu), Platycodon root (jie geng), Scute root (huang qin), Jujube fruit (da zao), Ginger root (sheng jiang), Chinese licorice root (gan cao).

Mandarin: 柴葛解肌湯
Pin-Yin: Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang
English: Bupleurum & Pueraria Combination
Romaji: Saikatsu Geki To
Kanji: 柴葛解肌湯
Kampo: No




  • Six Essays on Febrile Diseases (Shang Han Liu Shu, 1445)

How it works:

  • Releases the surface
  • Expels pathogenic factors from the muscle layer
  • Clears internal heat

Clinical Applications:

  • Concurrent taiyang and yangming disease
  • Unresolved exterior wind cold that has transformed into heat
  • Thin yellow tongue coating

Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang is a classic formula developed in the Ming dynasty found in “Six Essays on Febrile Diseases” to treat concurrent taiyang and yangming disease by releasing the surface, expeling pathogenic factors from the muscle layer, and clearing internal heat.

English Name

Pin-Yin Name


Chai Hu


Ge Gen

Notopterygium Root

Qiang Huo

Angelica Root

Dang Gui


Huang Qin

White Peony

Bai Shao

Platycodon Root

Jie Geng


Gan Cao


Shi Gao

Fresh Ginger

Sheng Jiang


Da Zao


Main Ingredient(s):

In this formula, Bupleurum disperses wind heat and resolves phlegm and congestion, Pueraria discharges exterior conditions, releases the muscles, relieves heat, and generates fluids.

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