Tai Shan Pan Shi San
泰山盤石散 (泰山盘石散) tài shān pán shí sǎn, "Powder that Gives the Stability of Mount Tai"

Translated Name: Powder that Gives the Stability of Mount Tai
Tonify the Qi and Blood

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Components (11):
 HerbCommon NameQuantityUnit
黃苓 Huang Qin baical skullcap root, scutellaria, scute 3 grams
砂仁 Sha Ren amomum fruit, grains-of-paradise fruit 1.5 grams
川芎 Chuan Xiong Sichuan lovage root, cnidium, chuanxiong root 2.4 grams
人蔘 Ren Shen ginseng root 12 - 15 grams
黃耆 Huang Qi astragalus root, milk-vetch root, milkvetch root 12 - 15 grams
白术 Bai Zhu (white) atratylodes rhizome, ovate atractylodes, angelica root 6 grams
熟地黄 Shu Di Huang cooked rehmannia root, prepared Chinese foxglove root 2.4 grams
白芍 Bai Shao white peony root, peony 2.4 grams
續斷 Xu Duan Japanese teasel root; dipsacus 3 grams
炙甘草 Zhi Gan Cao Honey Prepared Licorice 1.5 grams
糯米 Nuo Mi   4 - 6 grams
Pale tongue with thin and white coating.

Qualities: Rolling (Slippery)
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Reference Source
Reference Source:
Collected Treatises of (Zhang) Jing Yue  Browse


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'''Alter Huang Qi Quantity to ''' 48 - 75 grams '''Alter Shu Di Huang Quantity to ''' 9.6 - 12 grams: Today the dosage of the rest of the ingredients is increased slightly. - refer to:
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