Zheng Gu Zi Jin Dan
Pin Ying Name: Zheng Gu Zi Jin Dan
English Name: Calamus & Cathamus Decoction
Chinese Name: 正骨紫金丹
Herbs & Actions
|Pharmaceutical Latin||Pin Yin||Actions|
|Flos Caryophylli||Ding Xiang||
Warms the Middle Jiao, relieves pain, descends Qi, warms the Kidneys and assists Yang.
|Rx. Aucklandiae||Mu Xiang||
Promotes the movement of Qi and alleviates pain
|Resina Daemonoropis||Xue Jie||
Activates the Blood, dispels Blood Stasis, alleviates pain and stops bleeding.
Stops bleeding and generates flesh.
|Rx. et Rz. Rhei Preparata||Zhi Da Huang||
Drains Damp-Heat and clears Heat through the stool.
With Dang Gui Tou, for Blood Stasis.
|Cx. Moutan||Mu Dan Pi||
Clears Heat. cools and harmonizes the Blood, invigorates the Blood and dispels Blood Stasis.
With Chi Shao, for Blood Stasis disorders.
|Flos Carthami||Honog Hua||
Activates the Blood, dispels Blood Stasis, opens the channels, unblocks menstruation and alleviates pain.
|Caput Radicis Angelicae Sinensis||Dang Gui Tou||
Tonifies Blood, activates and harmonizes the Blood and disperses Cold.
|Sm. Nelumbinis||Lian Zi||
Tonifies the Spleen, tonifies the Kidneys, astringes Jing, nourishes the Heart and calms the Spirit.
Strengthens the Spleen, harmonizes the Middle Jiao, quiets the Heart, calms the Spirit and soothes the nerves.
|Rx. Paeoniae Alba||Bai Shao||
Nourishes Blood, softens the Liver and relieves pain.
With Gan Cao, regulates the relationship between the Liver and Spleen and nourishes the sinews. with Dang Gui Tou, nourishes Yin and Blood.
|Rx. Glycyrrhizae||Gan Cao||
Tonifies the Spleen, augments Qi and moderates and harmonizes the harsh properties of other herbs.
- Invigorates the Blood
- Dispels Blood Stasis
- Opens the channels and collaterals
- Moves the Qi
- Reduces swelling and bruising
- Alleviates pain
- Qi and Blood Stagnation
- Second and third stage trauma
- Localized yellowish-purple skin color
- Pain and stiffness in the affected area
- Maybe Wind-Cold-Dampness Invasion (Bi syndrome)
- Damage to both soft tissue and bone
- Bone fractures
- Joint dislocation
- Soft tissue injuries
- Sports injuries
- External trauma
- Contraindicated during pregnancy.