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Home > Education > Zang Fu Formulas > Qing Wei San

Qing Wei San

From "Zang Fu Syndromes," by McDonald and Penner

English: Clear the Stomach Powder

Also known as: Coptis and Rehmannia Formula

Ingredients

    Latin

    Pinyin

    Dosage

    Actions

    Rz. Coptidis

    Huang Lian

    1-6g

    Clears ST Fire, drains Heat, relieves toxicity and stops bleeding.

    Rz. Cimicifugae

    Sheng Ma

    1-6g

    Relieves toxicity, raises and disperses Heat and guides other herbs upwards.

    With Huang Lian, clears and drains HT and ST Fire with gum swelling, toothache and ulcerations of the mouth and tongue.

    Cx. Moutan Radicis

    Mu Dan Pi

    1.5-9g

    Cools Blood and clears Heat.

    Rx. Rehmanniae (raw)

    Sheng Di Huang

    .9-12g

    Cools Blood, nourishes Yin, cools HT Fire and generates Fluids.

    Rx. Angelicae Sinensis

    Dang Gui

    .9-12g

    Reduces swelling and alleviates pain by harmonizing Blood.

Actions

Drains ST Fire, Cools Blood and Nourishes Yin.

Syndromes

    Stomach Fire Blazing

    Stomach Heat

Clinical Manifestations

    Toothache (especially when pain extends into the head)

    Fever

    Dry mouth

    Sores on the gums

    Swollen, painful lips

    Pain is better with Cold and worse with Heat

    Facial swelling

    Bad breath

    Bleeding gums

    Swollen, painful tongue

    Swollen, painful jaw

    Swelling and pain of the throat

    Feverish cheeks

    T: Red
    C: Yellow
    P: Slippery, big and rapid

Treats

    Stomatitis

    Trigeminal neuralgia

    Glossitis

    Gingivitis

    Periodontal disease

    Idiopathic halitosis

Contraindications

    Toothache due to Wind-Cold.

    Tooth and gum problems due to KI Xu.

Modifications

    For constipation:

    + Rx. and Rz. Rhei Da Huang

    For gingivitis:

    + Rx. Achyranthis Bid. Niu Xi

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