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Tang-kuei & Jujube Combination Capsules

Dang Gui Si Ni Tang (Bian Fang) | 當歸四逆湯 (變方)
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Ingredients: Tang-kuei root (dang gui), Cinnamon twig (gui zhi), Jujube fruit (da zao), White peony root (bai shao), Cinnamon bark (gui pi), Tetrapanax (tong cao), Chinese licorice root (gan cao).


Mandarin: 當歸四逆湯 (變方)
Pin-Yin: Dang Gui Si Ni Tang (Bian Fang)
English: Tang-kuei & Jujube Combination
Romaji: Toki Shigyaku To
Kanji: 当帰四逆湯
Kampo: No

 

Source:

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

How it works:

  • Brings warmth to the channels
  • Alleviates cold
  • Nourishes the blood
  • Removes blockage from the blood vessels

Clinical Applications:

  • Deficiency in the blood, causing cold in the channels
  • Cold in the jue yin meridian

This formula was originally published by the physician Zhang Zhongjing during the Han dynasty in “Treatise on Cold Damage Disorders.” Dang Gui Si Ni Tang encourages warmth and circulation to relieve cold in the jue yin meridian and channels caused by a deficiency in the blood. This formula has been used to bring warmth to the channels, alleviate cold, nourish the blood, and remove blockages from the blood vessels.

English Name

Pin-Yin Name

Angelica Root

Dang Gui

Cinnamon Twig

Gui Zhi

Jujube

Da Zao

White Peony

Bai Shao

Cinnamon Bark

Gui Pi

Tetrapanax

Tong Cao

Licorice Root

Gan Cao

 

Main Ingredient(s):

In this formula, Tang-kuei (Angelica Root) tonifies, fortifies, and harmonizes the blood and disperses cold, and Jujube serves to nourish the blood and balance out the properties of the other ingredients.

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