Ligusticum Sinense (Ligusticum Sinense Oliv.) GaoBen
Chuanxiong Rhizome (Rhizoma Ligustici Chuanxiong) ChuanXiong
Dahurian Angelica Root (Radix Angelicae Dahuricae) BaiZhi
Evodia Fruit (Fructus Evodiae) WuZhuYu
Bupleurum Root (Radix Bupleuri) ChaiHu
Wild Genger (Herba Asari) Xixin
Atractylodes Rhizome (Rhizoma Atractylodis) CangZhu
Notopterygium Root (Rhizoma seu Radix Notopterygii) JiangHuo
Ledebouriella Root (Radix Ledebouriellae) FangFeng
Dahurian Angelica Root (Radix Angelicae
: Warm, pungent.
Channel Tropism: Acting on the lung and stomach
Effects: Inducing diaphoresis to disperse
cold, expelling wind to relieve pain, subduing swelling, promoting pus
discharge, and removing dampness to stop leukorrhagia.
Common cold due to wind-cold pathogens manifested as headache, stuffy nose,
Headache, toothache, especially pain in the forehead and superciliary region:
Headache due to pathogenic wind: as in Chuanxiong Mixture (Chuanxiong Cha
Headache caused by stuffy nose and rhinorrhea: as in Xanthium Powder (Cangerzi
Toothache due to wind-fire: with gypsum.
Toothache due to wind-cold: with asarum.
For various infections on body surface.
Cold-dampness with profuse clear and thin leukorrhea: with white atractylodes
rhizome, poria and cuttle-bone.
Damp-heat with foul yellow think leukorrhagia: with phellodendron bark,
plantain seed, etc.
Stomachache: with liquorice, as in Decoction of Dahurian Angelica and Liquorice
(Baizhi Gancao Tang).
Dosage: 3-10g, decocted in water for oral doses.