Ju He Wan
this is for distress in the lower body for the most part. Not to be confused with Yu He Wan.
Chen Pi Sm. Citri Reticulatae Promotes the movement of Qi, dissipates clumps and stops pain, for hernial disorders, testicular swelling and pain and breast lumps. Chen Pi is another name for Ju Pi.
Chuan Lian Zi –Fr. Toosendan Dredges Liver Qi, releases Stagnation, stops pain and conducts Heat out from below.
Mu Xiang Rx. Aucklandiae – Promotes the movement of Qi, alleviates pain and adjusts and regulates stagnant Qi in the Intestines.
Tao Ren Sm. Persicae Breaks up Blood Stasis invigorates Blood circulation, moistens the Intestines and unblocks the bowels.
Yan Hu Suo Corydalis Regulates the flow of Qi and Blood, to treat milder cases of menstrual irregularity or dull ache in the epigastrium from clumped Qi in the Spleen and Stomach.
Rou Gui Cx. Cinnamomi Disperses deep Cold, warms the channels, unblocks the channels and vessels and alleviates pain.
- Mu Tong Caulis Akebiae (when available- if not we substitute Deng Xin Cao or similar herb) Promotes urination, unblocks painful urinary dysfunction and drains Heart Heat through the Small Intestine.
Hou Po Magnoliae Officinalis Harmonizes the Stomach.
Zhi Shi Fr. Aurantii Immaturus Breaks up Stagnant Qi, reduces accumulation, descends Qi, unblocks the bowels, removes stagnant food, transforms Phlegm, reduces distention and resolves hardenings.
Hai Zao Sargassum – Reduces Phlegm, softens areas of hardness, promotes urination and reduces swelling.
Kun Bu Thallus Eckloniae – Resolves Phlegm, softens Phlegm nodules (areas of hardness), promotes urination and reduces swelling.
- Hai Dai Thallus Laminariae (May not be included if not available.) Resolves Phlegm, softens Phlegm nodules (areas of hardness), promotes urination and reduces swelling. (Essentially the same functions as Kun Bu and Hai Zao.)
Thanks to Joel Penner at American Dragon (Americandragon.com)for permission to use above information.
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