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Dang Gui Si Ni Jia Wu Zhu Yu Sheng Jiang Tang (Bian Fang)

Tang-kuei, Evodia & Ginger Combination Granules | 當歸四逆加吳茱萸生薑湯 (變方)
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Ingredients: Tang-kuei root (dang gui), Cinnamon bark (gui pi), Tetrapanax (tong cao), Jujube fruit (da zao), Chinese licorice root (gan cao), White peony root (bai shao), Evodia (wu zhu yu), Ginger root, Cinnamon twig (gui zhi).


Mandarin: 當歸四逆加吳茱萸生薑湯
Pin-Yin: Dang Gui Si Ni Jia Wu Zhu Yu Sheng Jiang Tang (Bian Fang)
English: Tang-kuei, Evodia, & Ginger Combination
Romaji: Toki Shigyaku Ka Goshuyu Shokyo To
Kanji: 当帰四逆加呉茱萸生姜湯
Kampo: Yes


Source:

  • Discussion of Cold Damage (Shang Han Lun, 206)

How it works:

  • Warms meridians
  • Dispels cold
  • Nourishes the blood
  • Unblocks channels

 

Clinical Applications:

  • Chronic cold accumulation in the spleen and stomach
  • Chong and ren meridians with qi and blood deficiencies

Dang Gui Si Ni Jia Wu Zhu Yu Sheng Jiang Tang is an ancient formula first recorded by Zhang Zhongjing in the Han dynasty used traditionally to treat chronic cold accumulations in the spleen and stomach as well as qi and blood deficiencies in the chong and ren meridians by warming the meridians, dispelling cold, nourishing the blood, and unblocking the channels.

English Name

Pin-Yin Name

Angelica Root

Dang Gui

Cinnamon Twig

Gui Zhi

Peony

Shao Yao

Asarum

Xi Xin

Akebia

Mu Tong

Evodia

Wu Zhu Yu

Fresh Ginger

Sheng Jiang

Jujube

Da Zao

Baked Licorice

Zhi Gan Cao

 

Main Ingredient(s):

In this formula: Tang-kuei (Angelica Root) disperses cold, tonifies, invigorates, and harmonizes the blood, Evodia disperses cold from the liver and chong and ren meridians, Ginger (Fresh) disperses cold from the spleen and stomach.

 

si gua luo


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