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Ding Xian Wan (delete Zhu Sha)(Arrest Seizures Pill) 定涎丸(減硃砂)


Formula Type Formulas that Dispel Phlegm
Diagnosis Seizure disorder arising of combination of wind and phlegm
Action Scoures out phlegm, opens the sensory orifices, clears heat, extinguishes wind
Indication Sudden loss of consciousness accompanied by falling-down, upward-rolling eyes, deviated mouth, spitting of mucus, in severe cases tonic-clonic convulsions, or incontinence, white and greasy tongue coating, wiry and slippery pulse
Remarks Attacks may or may not have prodromal signs such as recurrent vertigo, weakness, stifling sensation in the chest. Also for mania

Tian Ma (tested) (9 g)

Bei Mu (Chuan) (9 g)

Ban Xia (Fa) (Organic) (12 g)

Fu Ling (Organic) (15 g)

Fu Shen (Bao Mu) (15 g)

Dan Nan Xing (5 g)

Shi Chang Pu (tested) (9 g)

Quan Xie (Granule) (1g Granule=1g Herbs) (4.5 g)

Jiang Can (tested) (9 g)

Hu Po (3 g)

Deng Xin Cao (4.5 g)

Chen Pi (tested) (9 g)

Yuan Zhi (tested) (15 g)

Dan Shen (15 g)

Mai Men Dong (tested) (15 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.