Shi Quan Da Bu Tang
十全大補湯 (十全大补汤) shí quán dà bǔ tāng, "All-Inclusive Great Tonifying Decoction"

Translated Name: All-Inclusive Great Tonifying Decoction
Tonify the Qi and Blood

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Components (12):
 HerbCommon NameQuantityUnit
生薑 Sheng Jiang fresh ginger rhizome 3 pieces
茯苓 Fu Ling poria, sclerotium of tuckahoe, China root, hoelen, Indian bread 12 - 15 grams
川芎 Chuan Xiong Sichuan lovage root, cnidium, chuanxiong root 6 - 9 grams
肉桂 Rou Gui inner bark of Saigon cinnamon, cinnamon bark 6 - 9 grams
人蔘 Ren Shen ginseng root 6 - 9 grams
黃耆 Huang Qi astragalus root, milk-vetch root, milkvetch root 15 - 18 grams
白术 Bai Zhu (white) atratylodes rhizome, ovate atractylodes, angelica root 9 - 12 grams
大棗 Da Zao jujube, Chinese date 2 pieces
熟地黄 Shu Di Huang cooked rehmannia root, prepared Chinese foxglove root 15 - 18 grams
當歸 Dang Gui tangkuei, Chinese angelica root 12 - 15 grams
白芍 Bai Shao white peony root, peony 12 - 15 grams
炙甘草 Zhi Gan Cao Honey Prepared Licorice 3 - 6 grams
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Reference Source
Reference Source:
Imperial Grace Formulary of the Tai Ping Era  Browse


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'''Remove Herb Ren Shen''' '''Alter Dang Shen Quantity to ''' 12 - 27 grams: Can be substituted for Ren Shen with two to three times the dosage. - refer to:
Author: Dan Bensky and Randall Barolet
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