Qing Wei San - Great Nature Classics by Blue Poppy - 90 caps. 5250mg.

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Indications: It is used to treat Stomatitis, Gingivitis, Idiopathic halitosis, toothaches, gingival swelling, ulceration, and bleeding, swelling pain in the lips, tongue and cheeks, halitosis, dry mouth and tongue...

Clinical Applications

Treating Periodontitis

60 cases of acute periodontitis were treated with Qing Wei San. The results showed that the total effectiveness rate was 95%. 

Treating toothache and swollen cheeks

60 cases of toothache and swollen cheeks were treated with Qing Wei San. Of the 60 cases treated, after 3 doses, the toothaches stopped and swelling was eliminated in 48 cases. 10 cases reached these results after 6 doses. 2 cases had recovered with more than 6 doses.

Treating Recurrent Ulcer of Mouth

The combination of Chinese with Western medicine was used to treat 30 cases of recurrent ulcers of the mouth.They rinsed out their mouths after each meal. Then the surface of ulcer was gently rubbed with 2% lidocaine.

Treatment lasted for 3 days, followed by a 4-day break. Two weeks constituted one course of treatment. The result showed 16 cases were resolved, 11 cases had significant improvement, 2 cases showed alleviation, and 1 case did not respond to the treatment.

Treating Bile-regurgitational Gastritis

Qing Wei San was used to treat 112 cases of bile-regurgitational gastritis. The disease was clinically divided into the 4 syndromes of heat in the spleen and stomach, heat in the liver and gallbladder, deficiency of the stomach-yin and incoordination between the liver and stomach. 

Modified Qing Wei San (Tang) was used as the basic formula to treat the 4 syndromes. The result showed that 54 cases were cured, 36 cases had significant improvement, 14 cases had some improvement, 8 cases did not respond to the treatment. The total effective rate was 92.85%.

Treating halitosis

Qing Wei San was used to treat 32 cases of halitosis. The formula consisted of the following herbs: Huang Lian (Coptis Root), Dang Gui (Chinese Angelica Root), Mu Dan Pi (Moutan), Sheng Di Huang (Rehmannia Root) and Sheng Ma (Cimicifuga Rhizome). All cases showed improvement.

Applications in Traditional Chinese Medicine:
Formula Category: Drains stomach Fire, Cools Blood and Nourishes Yin
Tongue: red tongue with yellowish fur

In this pattern, there is accumulated heat in the stomach that follows the channel to attack the upper body. The yang ming stomach and large intestine channels reach the upper and lower gums, so when heat is exuberant in the stomach it follows the channel upward to attack the upper body. This causes tooth pain that may lead to headache, heat effusion of the cheeks and face, bleeding, swelling, or ulceration of the gums and mouth, swelling and pain of the lips, cheeks or tongue, bad breath, and dry mouth. Within the formula, Huang Lian (Coptidis Rhizoma) acts as the sovereign medicinal. It clears heat and drains fire directly from the stomach. Sheng Ma (Cimicifugae Rhizoma) clears heat and resolves toxin on the one hand, while at the same time it is light, ascending, and outthrusting in nature, allowing “depressed fire to effuse.” The combination of Huang Lian and Sheng Ma provides downbearing as well as upbearing, allowing fire to be dispersed without flaming upward. Stomach fire damages yin-blood, so Sheng Di Huang (Rehmanniae Radix) is used to cool the blood and enrich yin. Mu Dan Pi (Moutan Cortex) also cools the blood and clears heat, while Dang Gui (Angelicae Sinensis Radix) nourishes the blood, disperses swelling, and relieves pain. Together, these medicinals clear the stomach and cool the blood, allowing the fire in the upper body to descend and heat in the blood to become eliminated.

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF STOMACH HEAT INCLUDE: Headache; Heat effusion of the cheeks and face; Bleeding, swelling, or ulceration of the gums or mouth; Swelling and/or pain in the lips, cheeks, or tongue; Halitosis; Dry mouth


Ingredients:
Sheng Ma (Cimicifugae Rhizoma) 832.5mg
Huang Lian ( Coptidis Rhizoma ) 495 mg
Mu Dan Pi (Moutan Cortex) 427.5 mg
Sheng Di Huang (Rehmanniae Radix) 247.5 mg
Dang Gui (Angelicae Sinensis Radix) 247.5 mg

Dosage:

3 capsules, 2 times a day

Package:
90 capsules x 5250mg (750mg. x 7:1) by "Blue Poppy"

Note: All Blue Poppy brand products come with the manufacturing date marked (MFG or Manuf. Date), the expiration date is 5 years from the date indicated on the bottom or side of the packaging.

 

Great Nature Classics

Blue Poppy is proud to offer Great Nature Classics, the most highly concentrated, thoroughly-tested line of classical Chinese formulas available and the best value for you and your patients.

ALL GREAT NATURE CLASSIC CHINESE FORMULAS ARE:

Extracted and tableted at a facility that meets FDA cGMP standards, the most rigorous quality standards in the herbal industry.
All herbal ingredients are screened for identity and quality by a Chinese herbal specialist. For additional assurance, if necessary after the organoleptic test, the herbs are also identity tested using TLC.
Manufactured using traditional hot water extraction coupled with essential-oil recapturing for maximum potency of the finished product.
3rd party testing is done on every batch for pesticides, microbiological contaminants, heavy metals, and other contaminants.  All testing results are available upon request.
7:1 concentration ratio in a densely packed 750 mg caplet provides stronger dosing with fewer caplets than teapills. Serving size is 2250 mg or 3 caplets.
A comprehensive selection including many familiar formulas as well as traditional formulas that are lesser-known to US clinicians but very popular among practitioners in China.
Other ingredients: magnesium stearate as a binder (plant-based).