Xi Jiao Di Huang Tang

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Xi Jiao Di Huang Tang clears Heat/Fire toxin, cools blood, nourish Yin, moves Blood Stasis, stops bleeding

Xi Jiao Di Huang Tang - Qian Jin Yao Fang

Xi Jiao (cornu rhinoceri)3g

Sheng Di Huang (radix rehmanniae glutinosae)24g

Shao Yao (radix paeoniae)9g

Mu Dan Pi (cortex moutan radicis)6g

Indications: when the heat enters the blood level distinct rashes and/or hemorrhage appears (vomiting, nosebleeds, urine, stool), fever, black tarry stools (molena), abdominal distension, T- scarlet red with prickles, P- thin rapid, may be delerium. When Heat is severe, this can cause Stasis and the rashes will turn purple. These patients tend to want to rinse their mouth with water but not swallow. This Chinese herbal formula is commonly used for all types of bleeding due to Heat and Blood Stasis.

*Do not use for bleeding due to Spleen deficiency.

 

 

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Reference:

Benskey & Gamble 1993, Chinese Herbal Medicine Formulas and Strategies, Seattle Washington, Eastland Press Inc.

 

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