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er wei xiao feng san 二味消風散  (in English and Chinese 中英文)

by: Joe Hing Kwok Chu             按此看中文

Name of Formula: er wei xiao feng san ( jing yue quan shu)

Application: for unbearable skin itchiness

Composition: bo hechan tui (remove heads and feet), equal amount of each.

Make into powder.

Take 6 g each time, during empty stomach, with warm wine.

 

Usually chan tui are from under the ground and contain dirt.

It is advisable to prescribe the item in a separate package so

that it can be washed before using.

 

 

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