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shao yao gan cao tang 芍藥甘草湯 ( in English and Chinese 中英文)

 

by: Joe Hing Kwok Chu     按此看中文

 

Name of Formula: shao yao gan cao tang (Shang Hun Lun)

Application: for inhibiting spasm and arresting pain. For treatment of abdomen discomfort and achiness, weak legs, lack of strength in walking, spastic and achy legs, restless leg syndrome, abdomen pain, pain in spastic muscles, fever in children with abdomen pain, difficult in urination, abdomen pain  with tight skin.

Composition :  bai shao15 g, zhi gan cao15 g

Adjustment:

For restless leg syndrome: add niu xi, dan shen, ge gen.

Boil with water and use as tea.

 

 方名:芍藥甘草湯 (傷寒論)

主治:調和氣血、鎮攣止痛。治腹中不和而痛,應用於腳弱,步履無力,足痛拘攣,不安腿,腹痛,一切攣急痛,小兒發熱腹痛,小便不通,肚痛及腹皮攣急按之不弛者等症

組成:白芍15 克,炙甘 草15克。

加減:

不安腿[1]:加牛膝丹 參葛根

水煎服。

[1] 山东中医杂志.1986(02): 17-18

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