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Wu Mei Wan (Mume Pill) 烏梅丸 (乌梅丸)


Formula Type Formulas that Expel Parasites
Diagnosis Inversion from roundworms, terminal Yin-warp disorder, chronic diarrhea or dysentery
Action Warms the organs, drains heat, calms roundworms, drains the liver, calms the stomach
Indication Intermittent abdominal pain, stifling sensation, irritability, warmth in the chest and epigastrium, vomiting after eating, cold hands and feet, Qi rushing upward towards the heart, pain and heat in the stomach, hunger with no desire to eat, vomiting immediately after eating, diarrhea, discharge of small amounts of pus, borborygmus, red tongue with the white coating
Remarks These patterns are characterized by simultaneous presence of pathogenic heat and cold by directing heat downward, opening obstruction due to Yin cold, and calming roundworms. Recently used to treat food intolerance and food allergy

Wu Mei (30 g)

Hua Jiao (untested) (3 g)

Xi Xin (untested) (3 g)

Huang Lian (untested) (12 g)

Huang Bai (9 g)

Gan Jiang (Organic) (9 g)

Fu Zi (Zhi) (untested) (6 g)

Ren Shen (Organic) (Red) (9 g)

Dang Gui (9 g)


This information is a reference tool for Chinese herbal studies. It is not intended to replace professional medical advice. Please consult a primary health professional if you require health advisory.