Sheng ma bie jia qu xiong huang shu jiao tang

Sheng ma bie jia qu xiong huang shu jiao tang

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In the disease of yin toxins, the face and eyes are blue, and there is body ache as if one has been beaten with a stick, with throat ache. It can be treated within five days, and after seven days do not treat, sheng ma biejia qu xiong huang shu jiao tang governs.

This treats a blood level pattern with blood stagnation that causes muscle soreness.

Sheng ma, Cimicifugae rhizome is pungent dispersing of liver blood and  the ministerial fire in the san jiao. It is bitter draining of damp and heat in the liver, gall bladder, san jiao and the surface. It frees the movement of Wood wind and supports Earth and Metal.

Cold, sweet, bitter, and pungent. It disperses congested fire by raising and dispersing clear yang.

Sheng ma is much like chai hu in that it clears heat and resolves toxins while ascending clear yang to free congestion of congealed heat. It frees the flow of Wood qi of liver and gall bladder. The transformation of Earth relies on the free movement of the element Wood.

Bie jia, Trionycis carapax is salty softening of hardness of fluids that nourish and cool the ministerial and imperial fire. It nourishes yin and clears heat from the yin layer while softening hardness. It nourishes Water to control Fire while softening yin hardness to restore the free circulation on the imperial fire.

Cold, salty and directly enters the yin layers. It nourishes yin and clears heat from the yin layer. It nourishes yin and clears heat from the yin layer. Bie jia and sheng ma work together in that bie jia brings sheng ma to the yin layers and sheng ma brings bie jia to the surface.

Dang gui, Angelicae sinensis radix is sweet tonifying and nourishing of liver blood and the ministerial fire. It is pungent dispersing of the liver blood and ministerial fire.

Dang gui is the core jue yin liver blood storage herb. Dang gui tonifies blood and nourishes the liver while moving blood and transforming stasis and so protects the jue yin liver blood from heat.

Dang gui and zhi gan cao nourish Wood wind and jue yin liver blood to clear stagnation of the blood at the surface.

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. It nourishes yin fluids in the tai yin and shao yin. It calms wind in the jue yin.