English: Nervous Wind Ointment
Also Known As:
Pharmaceutical Latin
Pin Yin
Calomelas Qing Fen 4.5g Resolves toxicity, strongly kills parasites, generates flesh and promotes the healing of sores.
Minium Qian Dan 3g Expels toxins, generates flesh, absorbs Dampness, promotes healing and stops itching.
Cinnabaris (water refined) Zhu Sha 2-3g Clears Heat, relieves toxicity and prevents putrefaction.
Sesame Oil   120g  
Yellow Beeswax   30g  
  • Clears Heat
  • Expels toxins
  • Generates flesh
  • Absorbs Dampness
  • Promotes healing
  • Stops itching
  • Blood Deficiency with Wind Dryness
  • Thick (lichenified), dry lesions
  • Some scaling
  • Severe itching, worse at night
  • T: Red
  • C: Thin
  • P: Thready
  • Because of the toxicity of Cinnabaris Zhu Sha, long-term use is discouraged. Recalcitrant lesions should be treated with a different medication.
  • Grind Qing Fen and Qian Dan into fine powders (Zhu Sha is already powdered) . Heat the sesame oil in a nonmetallic pan until just boiling. Add the beeswax and continue boiling until the yellow froth disappears. Immediately transfer the liquid into a pre-heated amber jar with a lid. Slowly stir in the powders until well mixed. allow to congeal. Apply the ointment to the affected areas. Dry with a hand-held hair dryer to heat the area (medium or low setting) for 10-20 minutes. Do not overheat. Wipe off the ointment with a sterile cotton ball. Apply once daily for four weeks.