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Mu Xiang Bing Lang Wan (Aucklandia and Betel Nut Pill) 木香檳榔丸


Formula Type Formulas that Reduce Food Stagnation
Diagnosis Accumulation of food that transforms into damp heat and obstructs the stomach and intenstines, accumulation of food obstructing the middle burner or dysenteric diarrhea
Action Promotes the movement of Qi, guides out stagnation, purges accumulation, drains heat
Indication Focal and generalized distention, fullness, pain in the epigastrium and abdomen, accompanied by constipation, or red and white dysenteric diarrhea with tenesmus. T: yellow, greasy coat; P: submerged and excessive
Remarks Also for various patterns of damped heat obstructing the Qi dynamic of the triple burner

Mu Xiang (6 g)

Bing Lang (6 g)

Da Huang (18 g)

Qian Niu Zi (untested) (24 g)

Qing Pi (6 g)

Chen Pi (6 g)

Xiang Fu (Cu Chao) (24 g)

E Zhu (Cu Chao) (6 g)

Zhi Ke (Chao) (6 g)

Huang Lian (untested) (6 g)

Huang Bai (18 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.