Ju He Wan (Tangerine Seed Pill)
Formula 2 of 15 in Formulas that Regulate the Qi
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Cautions, Contraindications, Herb Drug Interactions:
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- Pills. Grind the herbs into a fine powder and use wine to form into pills.
- Take 6-9 grams, 1-2 times a day.
- As the original formula includes 30 grams of Hai Dai (Laminaria japonica ARESCH) which can be used interchangeably with Hai Zao, the dosage of Hai Zao can be doubled.
- Reduce dosages appropriately to prepare a decoction.
Originally Appeared In:
- Formulas to Aid the Living (Ji Sheng Fang)
Combined Channels of all herbs in this formula:
- Stomach, Small Intestine, Bladder, Liver, Large Intestine, Spleen, Gall Bladder, Heart, Lungs, Kidneys
There are 11 Substances in this Chinese Medicne
30 grams of Ju He (Citrus/Tangerine Seeds)
30 grams of Chuan Lian Zi (Sichuan Pagoda Tree Fruit)
15 grams of Mu Xiang (Costus Root, Saussurea)
30 grams of Tao Ren (Peach Kernel)
15 grams of Yan Hu Suo (Corydalis Rhizome)
15 grams of Rou Gui (Inner Bark of Saigon Cinnamon)
15 grams of Chuan Mu Tong (Clematis)
15 grams of Hou Po (Magnolia Bark)
15 grams of Zhi Shi (Immature Fruit of the Bitter Orange)
30 grams of Hai Zao (Seaweed, Sargassum)
30 grams of Kun Bu (Kelp, Eckloniae Thallus)
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