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Zheng Gu Shui Correct (mend) Bone Water

Zhang Nao Cinnamomum camphora (camphor)


Tian Qi Panax Notoginseng (Tianqi Ginseng)
Mu Dan Pi Paeonia suffruticosa (Moutan)
Jiang Xiang Dalbergia odorifera (Dalbergia Wood)
Liang Mian Zhen Zanthoxylum nitidum (zanthoxylum root)
Bai Zhi Angelica dahurica (Angelica Root)
Hu Zhang Polygonum cuspidatum (Bushy Knotweed)
Qian Jin Ba Moghania macrophylla (Moghania)
Menthol

Zhang Nao (Topical application) Sharp and Hot, penetrates inner arm and
leg easily, expels wind and dampness and kills external parasites, opens the
pores and expels accumulations (fluid stagnation), invigorates the blood and
alleviates pain.
Tian Qi (Herbs that stop bleeding) sweet, slightly bitter and warm, stops
bleeding and transforms blood stasis, for internal and external bleeding,
stops bleeding without blood stasis making it very widely used, reduces
swelling and alleviates pain, invigorates the blood.
Mu Dan Pi (Herbs that cool the blood) sharp, bitter and cool, clears heat
and cools the blood, for heat entering the blood during a fever, clears fire
from deficiency, invigorates the blood and dispels blood stasis, clears
ascending liver fire, drains pus and reduces swelling.
Jian Xiang (Herbs that stop bleeding) sharp, warm, disperses blood stasis
and stops bleeding, for internal injuries due to trauma, stops bleeding from
cuts, invigorates the blood, promotes the movement of energy, alleviates
pain.
Liang Mian Zhen invigorates the blood, dissipates blood stasis, moves the
qi, relieves pain, dispels wind and unblocks the collaterals.
Bai Zhi (Warm sharp herbs that release the exterior) expels wind and
alleviates pain, reduces swelling and expels pus, expels dampness and
alleviates discharge, opens the nasal passage.
Hu Zhang (Herbs that invigorate the blood) invigorates the blood and
dispels stasis, clears heat and resolves dampness, drains heat downward,
transforms phlegm and resolves coughing, discharges toxins.
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Tian Qi Panax Notoginseng (Tian Qi Ginseng)


Dang Gui Angelica polymorpha (Chinese angelica)

Ru Xiang Boswellia carterii (Frankincense)


Xue Jie Daemonorops draco (dragons blood)
Xu Duan Dipsacus asper (dipsacus)
Mo Yao Commiphora myrhha (myrrh)
Hong Hua Carthamus tinctorius (carthamus)

Tian Qi - (Herbs that stop bleeding) Stops bleeding and transforms blood
stasis, for internal and external bleeding, stops bleeding without causing
blood stasis, reduces swelling and alleviates pain.
Dang Gui (Herbs that Tonify the blood) Tonifies the blood, invigorates and
harmonises the blood and disperses cold, stops pain from blood stasis,
moistens the intestines and unblocks the bowels, reduces swelling, expels
pus, generates flesh and alleviates pain.
Ru Xiang (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood and
promotes the movement of qi, for traumatic pain associated with blood
stasis, relaxes the sinews, invigorates the channels and alleviates pain,
reduces swelling and generates flesh.
Xue Jie (Herbs that invigorate the blood) dispels blood stasis and
alleviates pain, for symptoms related to injury from falls, fractures,
contusions, sprains and other blood stasis patterns, stops bleeding, protects
the surface of ulcer, prevents decay, and generates flesh.
Xu Duan (Herbs that Tonify the Yang) Tonifies the liver and kidneys,
strengthens the sinews and the bones, for sore and painful lower back and
knees, stiffness in the joints and weakness in the legs from deficient liver
and kidneys, Tonifies without causing stagnation, promotes the movement of
blood, alleviates pain and generates flesh, especially used for pain and
swelling in the lower back.
Mo Yao (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood and dispels
stasis, reduces swelling and alleviates pain, promotes healing.
Hong Hua (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood, treats
blood stasis of the abdomen and chest, alleviates pain.
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Xian Ling Pi Epimedium brevicornu (epimedium)


Shan Yao Dioscerea opposita (dioscorea)
Dang Gui Angelica polymorpha (Chinese angelica)
Shu Di Rhemmania glutinosa (processed rhemmania)
Du Zhong Eucommia ulmoides (eucommia)
Gou Qi Zi Lycium barbarum (lycium fruit)
Ba Ji Tian Morinda oficinalis (morinda)
Xian Mo Curculigo orchioides (curculigo)

Shan Zhu Yu Cornus officinalis (cornus)


Mu Li Ostrea gigas (oyster shell poweder)

Xian Ling Pi (Herbs that Tonify the Yang) Tonifies the kidneys and fortifies
the yang, for deficient kidney yang patterns including cold lower back and
knees, expels wind-damp-cold like cramping in hands and feet, Tonifies the
yin and yang and harnesses ascendant liver yang.
Shan Yao (Herbs that Tonify the Qi) Tonifies and strengthens the spleen
and stomach, Tonifies the lung qi and strengthens the lung tissue, Tonifies
the kidneys and also stabilises and binds. Because this herb moistens and is
neither hot nor cold, it benefits both the yin and yang of the lungs and
kidneys.
Dan Gui (Herbs that Tonify the blood) Tonifies the blood with patterns of
blood deficiency, invigorates and harmonises the blood and disperses cold,
moistens the intestines and unblocks the bowels, reduces swelling, expels
pus, generates flesh and alleviates pain.
Shu Di Herbs that Tonify the Qi) Tonifies the blood, for blood deficiency,
nourishes the kidney yin, nourishes the blood and tonifies the essence.
Du Zhong (Herbs that Tonify the Yang) Tonifies the liver and kidneys,
strengthens the sinews and bones, aids in the smooth flow of qi and blood,
used to promote circulation, especially in those with weakness of the sinews
and bones, recently used for dizziness and light-headedness from rising liver
yang.
Gou Qi Zi (Herbs that Tonify the blood) Nourishes and tonifies the liver
and kidneys especially for patterns of yin and blood deficiency, benefits the
essence and brightens the eyes, enriches the yin and moistens the lungs.
Ba Ji Tian (Herbs that Tonify the Yang) Tonifies the kidneys and fortifies
the yang, strengthens the sinews and bones, disperses wind and expels
damp-cold.
Xian Mo (Herbs that Tonify the Yang) tonifies the kidneys and fortifies the
Yang, expels cold and eliminates dampness cramping and pain in the bones
and sinews.
Shan Zhu Yu (Herbs that stabilise and bind) Stabilises the kidneys and
retains the essence, stops excessive sweating and supports that which has
collapsed, tonifies and strengthens the liver and kidneys, tonifies the
essence and assists the yang.
Mu Li (Substances that anchor, settle and calm the spirit) Settles and
calms the spirit, benefits the yin and anchors the floating yang, prevents
leaking of fluids, softens hardness and dissipates nodules, absorbs acidity
and alleviates pain.

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Da Huang Rhizoma rhei (rhubarb)


Zhi zi fructus gardenia jasminoidis (gardenia)
Hong Hua Flos carthami tonctorii (safflower)
Huang Bai Cortex phellodendri (phellodendron bark)
Mo Yao Myrrha (myrrh)
Ru Xiang Gummi olibanum (frankincense)
Xue Jie Sanguis draconis (dragons blood)
Lu Lu Tong Fructus liquidambaris taiwanae
Dang Gui Wei Radix angelica sinensis (tang kuei tails)

Da Huang (Downward draining herbs) drains heat and purges


accumulations, drains damp-heat, drains heat from the blood, invigorates
the blood and dispels blood stasis, this is an important herb for treating
recent and long-term blood stasis, clears heat obstructing the blood level,
clears heat and reduces fire toxicity.
Zhi Zi (Herbs that regulate the Qi) Breaks up stagnant qi and reduces
accumulations, directs qi downwards and unblocks the bowels, transforms
phlegm and expels focal distension.
Hong Hua (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood, dispels
blood stasis and alleviates pain.
Mo Yao (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood and dispels
blood stasis, reduces swelling and alleviates pain, promotes healing.
Ru Xiang (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood and
promotes the movement of qi, relaxes the sinews, invigorates the channels
and alleviates pain, reduces swelling and generates flesh.
Xue Jie (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Dispels blood stasis and
alleviates pain, stops bleeding, generates flesh.
Lu Lu Tong (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Promotes the movement of
qi and blood, opens the middle burner and unblocks the channels, promotes
urination.
Dang Gui Wei (Herbs that Tonify the blood) Tonifies the blood especially
for blood deficiency, moistens the intestines and unblocks the bowles,
invigorates and harmonises the blood and disperses cold, reduces swelling,
expels pus, generates flesh and alleviates pain.
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Cao Wu Radix aconiti kusnzoffii (wild aconite)


Chuan Wu Radix aconiti carmichaeli (Sichuan aconite)

Tao Ren Semen persica (peach kernel)


Ma Huang Herba epedrae (ephedra)
Zi Ran Tong Pyritium (pyrite)
Mo Yao Myrrha (myrrh)
Ru Xiang Gummi olibanum (frankincense)
Da Huang Rhizoma rhei (rhubarb)
Lu Lu Tong Fructus liquidambaris taiwanae
Zhang Mu Lignum camphora (camphor wood)

Cao Wu / Chuan Wu (Herbs that warm the interior and expel cold)
Restores devastated yang, warms the fire and assists the yang, disperses
cold.
Tao Ren (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Breaks up blood stasis,
moistens the intestines and unblocks the bowels.
Ma Huang (Warm acrid herbs that release the exterior) Releases the
exterior and disperses cold, facilitates the movement of lung qi and controls
wheezing, promotes urination and reduces edema.
Zi Ran Tong Dispels blood stasis and promotes the healing of bones and
sinews, for swelling and pain associated with stasis of qi and blood caused
by external injury especially fractures and tendon tears.
Mo Yao (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood and dispels
blood stasis, reduces swelling and alleviates pain, promotes healing.
Ru Xiang (Herbs that invigorate the blood) - Invigorates the blood and
promotes the movement of qi, for traumatic pain arising from blood stasis,
relaxes the sinews, invigorates the channels, and alleviates pain, reduces
swelling and generates flesh.
Da Huang (Downward draining herbs) Drains heat and purges
accumulations, drains damp heat, drains heat from the blood, invigorates
the blood and dispels blood stasis, clears heat obstructing the blood level,
clears heat and reduces fire toxicity.
Lu Lu Tong (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Promotes the movement of
qi and blood, opens the middle burner and unblocks the channels, promotes
urination.
Zhang Mu (Sustances for external application) Expels wind and dampness
and kills parasites, opens the orifices and expels turbidity, invigorates the
blood and alleviates pain.
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Dang Gui Radix angelicae sinensis (Dang Kuei)


Chuan Xiong Radix ligustici wallichii (Lovage root)

Ru Xiang Gummi olibanum (Frankincense)


Mo yao Myrrha (Myrrh)
Yu Jin Tuber curcumae (Tumeric tuber)
Tu Bie Chong Eupolyphagae seu opisthoplatiae (Wingless cockroach)
Zi Ran Tong Pyritiu (Pyrite)
Ma Hunag Herba ephedra (ephedra)

Dang Gui (Herbs that Tonify the blood) Tonifies the blood, invigorates and
harmonises the blood and disperses cold, moistens the intestines and
unblocks the bowels, reduces swelling, expels pus, generates flesh,
alleviates pain.
Chuan Xiong (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood and
promotes the movement of qi, expels wind and alleviates pain, for
headaches moves the qi upwards and alleviates pain.
Ru Xiang - (Herbs that invigorate the blood) - Invigorates the blood and
promotes the movement of qi, for traumatic pain arising from blood stasis,
relaxes the sinews, invigorates the channels, and alleviates pain, reduces
swelling and generates flesh.
Mo Yao - (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood and dispels
blood stasis, reduces swelling and alleviates pain, promotes healing.
Yu Jin (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Invigorates the blood and breaks
up blood stasis, promotes the movement of qi, clears the heat and cools the
blood, benefits the gallbladder.
Tu Bie Chong (Herbs that invigorate the blood) Breaks up and drives out
blood stasis, renews sinews and joins bones.
Zi Ran Tong - Dispels blood stasis and promotes the healing of bones and
sinews, for swelling and pain associated with stasis of qi and blood caused
by external injury especially fractures and tendon tears.
Ma Huang - (Warm acrid herbs that release the exterior) Releases the
exterior and disperses cold, facilitates the movement of lung qi and controls
wheezing, promotes urination and reduces edema.