|Also Known As:|
|Rz. Cyperi||Xiang Fu||6-14g|| Spreads and regulates Liver Qi.
With Chai Hu, for Qi Stagnation.
With Chai Hu and Bai Shao, for pain and distention in the chest and flanks.
With Chuan Xiong, for Qi Stagnation combined with Blood Stasis.
|Cx. Magnoliae Officinalis||Hou Po||3-10g||Promotes the movement of Qi in
the Middle Jiao, resolves Stagnation, descends
Rebellious Qi and reduces Phlegm.
With Zhi Shi, for stagnant Qi failing to move.
|Fr. Aurantii Immaturus||Zhi Shi||3-10g||Breaks up Stagnant Qi,
reduces accumulation, descends Qi, transforms
Phlegm, reduces distention and resolves
With Hou Po, for Distention, swelling and pain due to Food Stagnation and Qi Stagnation.
With Bai Shao, for abdominal pain due to Qi and Blood Stagnation.
|Rx. Bupleuri||Chai Hu||3-12g||Spreads Liver Qi, relieves
Stagnation and resolves Phlegm
With Bai Shao, for Liver Blood Deficiency with Liver Qi Stagnation.
|Rx. Paeoniae Alba||Bai Shao||5-30g||Nourishes the Blood, softens the Liver, calms Liver Yang and Liver Wind and alleviates pain.|
|Rz. Chuanxiong||Chuan Xiong||3-10g||Invigorates the Blood and promotes the movement of Qi.|
- Moves Qi
- Invigorates the Blood
- Dispels Stasis
- Qi and Blood Stagnation