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Application of Houpo Sanwu Decoction based on abdominal diagnosis theory and original dose of Jingfang

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DOI: 10.23977/medsc.2021.020212 | Downloads: 9 | Views: 1061

Author(s)

Tiantian He 1, Yingzi Zhang 1, Xijun Dang 1, Keqiong Wang 2

Affiliation(s)

1 Shaanxi University of traditional Chinese Medicine, Shaanxi, XianYang, 712000
2 Affiliated Hospital of Shaanxi University of traditional Chinese Medicine, Shaanxi, XianYang, 712000

Corresponding Author

Keqiong Wang

ABSTRACT

Classical prescription has the characteristics of simple taste, but its effect is like a drum. Houpo Sanwu Decoction comes from "synopsis of the Golden Chamber", Can move qi to remove fullness, to accumulate and defecate. Director Wang keqiong use Houpo Sanwu Decoction to treat digestive tract diseases, with good results. The key points are as follows: First, focus on abdominal diagnosis to identify abdominal syndrome, thinking the abdominal syndrome of Houpo Sanwu decoction is as follows: The abdomen is full, the whole abdomen or the local part can touch the sense of resistance, with tenderness, consciously distended and constipated. The second is to break through the conventional dosage of clinical doctors and strive to restore the original dosage of the classical prescriptions, the dosage of Magnolia officinalis is generally the largest, and the dosage of Fructus aurantii should also be larger. The third is the combination of Classical prescription.

KEYWORDS

Abdominal examination, Abdominal syndrome, Original dose of Classical prescription, Houpo Sanwu Decoction

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Tiantian He, Yingzi Zhang, Xijun Dang, Keqiong Wang. Application of Houpo Sanwu Decoction based on abdominal diagnosis theory and original dose of Jingfang. MEDS Clinical Medicine (2021) 2: 60-65. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/medsc.2021.020212

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