Yin chen wu ling san
yin chen hao 30 gui zhi 6 bai zhu 9 fu ling 9 zhu ling 9 ze xie 15
For intense dampness and decreased urination use yin chen 30 gram and wu ling san 50 gram to obtain yin chen wu ling san.
For jaundice disease, yin chen wu ling san governs.
This is a modification of wu ling san for decreased urination due to yang deficiency and full body damp accumulation. The addition of yin chen hao makes it stronger for clearing dampness.
Yin chen hao, Artemisiae scopariae herba is bitter draining of damp and heat in the stomach and spleen. It is bitter draining of heat in the liver blood and ministerial fire. It is the core herb for jaundice, it clears heat and percolates dampness.
It clears the congestion of gall bladder and liver stagnation damp heat resulting in dampness heating up causing yellowing. The ministerial fire is only hot when it stagnates.
Yin chen hao is the core herb for jaundice, it clears heat and percolates dampness.
See wu ling san for a full description.