Gui zhi qu shao yao jia shu qi long gu mu li jiu ni tang

Gui zhi qu shao yao jia shu qi long gu mu li jiu ni tang

gui zhi 9 sheng jiang 9 da zao 6 zhi gan cao 6 30 fu zi 9  long gu 9  mu li 9

For fire evils (burns) gui zhi qu shao yao jia shu qi long gu muli jiu ni tang governs.

In cold damage with a floating pulse, after the doctor has forced and hijacked with fire, there is death of yang, which imperatively causes fright and mania, and disquietude in both, lying and standing, gui zhi qu shao yao jia shu qi long gu muli jiu ni tang governs.

This taxation formula tonifies the heart yang, clears phlegm and and calms the heart shen. Use for fear and fright and exhaustion. Fear and fright is what we call panic attacks.

Treats weak heart yang on a shao yin level while supporting tai yin.

It treats a weak yang that is floating up and outwards either causing sweating or palpitations and fear and fright. There will be mental unrest and vexation due to the floating yang.

Originally shu qi Dichroae folium was used but we now used fu zi. Shu qi is toxic and warm bitter and pungent. Bitter drains and we want to nourish yin and blood while tonifying yang so it makes sense to use fu zi because draining is can be drying of fluids.

Gui zhi, Cinnamomi cassiae ramulus is pungent sweet and warm dispersing of the imperial and ministerial fire. It warms and tonifies the shao yin and jue yin. In doing so it warms and tonifies the whole body.

Gui zhi is the emperor because it warms the Wood to stir the imperial Fire. It warms the blood which tonifies the heart yang.

The death of yang is being tonified so it can once again descend into Earth, Metal and Water. Strong yang descends and gui zhi, fu zi and sheng jiang are tonifying yang qi.

Bai shao has been removed because it calms the yang Wood wind needed to anchor it back in yin.

Sheng jiang, Zingiberis rhizoma recens is pungent dispersing of the liver and pericardium blood and the ministerial fire in the san jiao. Sheng jiang is pungent dispersing of dampness and cold in the stomach domain, spleen and lung. Sheng jiang is pungent connecting of the tai yin with the tai yang. It supports raising of the clear qi to the chest and the 100 vessels.

Sheng jiang is pungent warm dispersing and is supporting gui zhi and fu zi in warming the interior and surface.

Da zao, Jujubae fructus is sweet tonifying and moderating. It tonifies and nourishes the stomach domain, spleen, lungs, and heart. It directly nourishes the shao yin heart.

Zhi gan cao, Glycyrrhizae radix prep is sweet tonifying and nourishing of all organs but especially the heart. Zhi gan cao is sweet and mildly warm tonifying and nourishing of yin fluids.

Gui zhi, da zao and zhi gan cao tonify and nourish the heart. Da zao and zhi gan cao calm the excessive movement of Wood wind which is why the dose has been lowered.

Fu zi, Aconiti radix lateralis praeparata is pungent dispersing of liver blood and the ministerial fire in the san jiao. It is pungent dispersing of the heart and kidneys. It is pungent dispersing of the tai yang channels. It is pungent dispersing of excess water.

Gui zhi and fu zi are the emperors. Gui zhi rules without causing unrest. Fu zi rules with might and action. Gui zhi nourishes and fu zi does not. Fu zi disperses more than gui zhi and needs to be controlled. Gui zhi warms the tai yang bladder to warm the shao yin kidney water. Fu zi directly warms the shao yin kindey water to create qi.

Fu zi directly heats the shao yin imperial fire allowing it to warm the production of kidney vapor.

Long gu, Mastodi fossilium ossis is sweet and astringent and cool. Long gu is sweet tonifiyng and nourishing of liver blood and the ministerial fire in the san jiao. Long gu is astringent collecting of fluids into the liver, kidneys and heart.

Long gu calms the mind and descends heart fire by reconnecting the heart shen and kidneys, it astringes kidney fluids. It is sweet and astringent, and descends rebellious yang and suppresses Wood wind.

Mu li, Ostrea concha is salty softening of hardness in the abdomen and stomach domain. It is astringing fluids into the kidney and stomach organs.

Together long gu and muli restore the heart and kidney connection by descending heart fire to the kidneys while ascending kidney water to the heart. Thus restoring the communication through the jue yin channel of liver and pericardium of which the liver is the blood storing extension.