For Sniveling Sneeze
Bi Choo is based on Professor Tan Jing-Shu’s Wēn Yáng Qū Fēng Tāng (Yang-Warming and Wind-Dispelling Decoction) and combines the treatment principles of dispelling wind-cold, warming and tonifying the kidney yang, nourishing the kidney yin, stopping pain and stabilizing the defensive qi.
The formula intelligently repurposes classical formulas, such as Suo Quan Wan, Stream-Reducing Pill, which is commonly used for leaking urine. Here, it helps restrain a runny nose. Further, the formula leverages the spleen warming, phlegm drying effects of Bi Cheng Qie Fructus Litseae and Gan Jiang Rhizoma Zingiberis, which is used instead of Xi Xin Herba Asarum. It’s as if Ma Huang Xi Xin Fu Zi Tang Ephedra, Asarum, and Aconite Decoction with Yu Ping Feng San Jade Windscreen Powder was reimagined only using the safest medicinals. I discussed this idea, which I call herbal Money Ball, last year in Michael Max’s Every Day Acupuncture Podcast.
The formula helps to alleviate itching, sneezing and dripping.
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Dang Shen Radix Codonopsis, Bai Ji Li FructusTribuli, Xu Chang Qing Radix Et Rhizoma Cynanchi Paniculati, Bai Zhi Radix Angelicae Dahuricae, She Chuang Zi Fructus Cnidii, Suo Yang Herba Cynomorii, Shan Yao Rhizoma Dioscoreae, Wu Yao Fructus Lindera, Bai Shao Radix Paeoniae Alba, Jing Jie Herba Schizonepetae, Jie Geng Radix Platycodonis, Wu Mei Fructus Mume, Wu Wei Zi Fructus Schisandrae Chinensis, Sang Shen Fructus Mori, Gou Qi Zi Fructus Lycii, Gan Jiang Rhizoma Zingiberis, He Zi Fructus Chebulae, Bi Cheng Qie Fructus Litseae, Gan Cao Radix Et Rhizoma Glycyrrhizae
Normal Dosage: 1/2 – 1 tsp 3 times daily in water.
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