Classical antecedent: Bi Xie Fen Qing Yin (Dioscorea Separating the Clear Decoction)
Chronic urinary difficulty (often wrongly labelled as "cystitis"), bouts of frequent-scanty urination, uncomfortable sensation in the hypogastrium but no burning on urination, urine slightly cloudy, slight incontinence of urine on coughing or jumping, tiredness, depression, lower backache, dizziness, feeling cold.
Indications in Chinese Medicine:
Patterns: Dampness in the Bladder, Qi deficiency, "Fatigue Lin".
Action: Tonify Qi, resolve Dampness, eliminate turbidity, open the Water passages of the Lower Burner, tonify the Kidneys.
Pulse: Weak, especially on the right-rear position, possibly very slightly tight on the left rear position.
Classical antecedent: .
|Bi Xie Rhizoma Dioscoreae hypoglaucae
Wu Yao Radix Linderae
Yi Zhi Ren Fructus Alpiniae oxyphyllae
Shi Chang Pu Rhizoma Acori tatarinowii
Fu Ling Poria
Gan Cao Radix Glycyrrhizae uralensis
|Huang Qi Radix Astragali
Che Qian Zi Semen Plantaginis
Qu Mai Herba Dianthi
Bai Shao Radix Paeoniae alba
Ba Ji Tian Radix Morindae officinalis
Dosage: 2 tablets x 2 times a day
Bottle: 60 tablets x 500mg concentration ratio of 7:1