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Home > Education > Zang Fu Formulas > Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan

Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan

From "Zang Fu Syndromes," by McDonald and Penner

English: Prepared Aconite Pill to Regulate the Middle

Also known as: Aconite, Ginseng and Ginger Combination

Ingredients
    Latin Pinyin Dosage Actions
    Rz. Zingiberis

     

    Gan Jiang 3-9g Warms SP / ST and eliminates interior Cold.

    With Gan Cao, for vomiting and epigastric pain due to SP / ST Xu Cold.

    With Bai Zhu, for diarrhea due to SP Xu.

    Rx. Ginseng Ren Shen 3-15g Tonifies Yuan Qi, reinforces Yang and harmonizes MJ.
    Rz. Atractylodis Albae Bai Zhu 3-9g Tonifies SP, tonifies Qi and dries Dampness.

    With Ren Shen, tonifies SP / ST and dries Dampness.

    Rx. Aconiti Praeparata Fu Zi .5-6g Restores KI and HT Yang, relieves pain, disperses Cold, dispels Dampness and warms SP.

    With Gan Jiang, warms SP and KI Yang and disperses Cold. With Bai Zhu and Gan Jiang, for Cold abdominal pain with watery diarrhea.

    Rx. Glycyrrhizae (fried) Zhi Gan Cao 3-6g Tonifies Qi of MJ and harmonizes.
Actions

Warms Yang, Dispels Cold, Tonifies Qi and Strengthens SP.

Syndromes

    Colon Cold (Pathology addressed in another chapter)
    SP Yang Xu
    SP / ST Xu Cold
    ST Cold
    SP and KI Yang Xu
    Tai Yin Xu with Cold (Shang Han Lun pathology not addressed here)

Clinical Manifestations
    Severe abdominal and epigastric pain (likes pressure)

    Diarrhea with undigested food

    Cold and stiff or rigid extremities

    Fullness in the epigastrium and abdomen (likes pressure)

    Nausea / vomiting

    Trismus

    Cold body

    Aversion to Cold

    Reduced appetite

    Lack of thirst

    Loose stools

    Constipation (Cold type)

    Gastric spasms

    T: Pale and maybe moist Mild perspiration
    C: White Maybe syncope
    P: Deep, minute and slow

Treats
    Acute or chronic gastritis

    Gastrectasis

    Gastroptosis

    Chronic colitis

    Chronic oral ulcers due to SP / ST Xu Cold

    Nervous vomiting in children

    Indigestion

    Acute and chronic gastroenteritis

    Gastric or duodenal ulcers

    Irritable bowel syndrome

    Cholera

    Toxemia during pregnancy

    Bleeding

    Constipation (Cold type)

Contraindications

    External invasion with fever.

    Sudden turmoil disorder - stop when diarrhea and vomiting have stopped.

    Yin Xu.

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