PLEASE NOTE: I will be in Taiwan from 24th August to 12th September so am unable to take bookings during this period.

Herb Formulas Notebook


Gu Ben Zhi Beng Tang

(Stabilise the Root and Stop Excessive Uterine Bleeding Decoction)

<< Close Window


Source: Fu Qing-Zhu's Women's Disorders (1826)
Author: Fu Qing-Zhu



Category: Formulas that Tonify Qi and Blood

Pattern: Inability of the Spleen to control the Blood

Key Symptoms: Sudden, severe uterine bleeding or persistent uterine bleeding with continuous spotting and pale, watery blood.
Secondary Symptoms: Shiny pale complexion or slight facial oedema, lightheaded dizziness, fatigue, cold extremities, shortness of breath, stifling sensation in the chest, loose stools

Tongue: Pale and swollen with teeth marks
Pulse: Thin and frail or hollow



Ingredients
Shu Di Huang 30g
Bai Zhu 30g
Ren Shen 9g
Huang Qi 9g
Dang Gui 15g
Pao Jiang 6g



Preparation: Decoction.

Actions: Tonifies the Blood, augments the Qi, stops bleeding



Research Links:
Pubmed
Science Direct
Google Scholar
Journal of Chinese Medicine
American Dragon


Reference Notes: (click to display)

These pages are intended to assist clinicians and are not intended for self-diagnosis or treatment for which a qualified professional should be consulted.