Gui Zhi Jia Ling Zhu Fu Tang - Cinnamon Twig plus Aconite, Poria and Atractylodes Accessory Root Formula
Traditional Chinese Medicine is powerful and reliable, but it can be complex. As TCM is not based on symptoms alone, self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren't recommended. Best to start a low cost online-herbal-consultation. before using:
Gui Zhi Jia Ling Zhu Fu Tang*
- Swollen Joints
- severe joint pain that worsens with movement
- muscle soreness and spasms
- excessive sweating
- aversion to wind and cold
- mental fatigue
- physical exhaustion
- weak and fine pulses
- Nourish blood and relax muscle spasms
- Strengthen the middle jiao and harmonize blood (ying) and defensive (wei) qi
- Warm the interior and expel cold to relieve joint pains
- Regulate excessive sweating by harmonizing the exterior
- Drain dampness to reduce swelling.
GUI ZHI JIA LING ZHU FU TANG is Gui Zhi jia Fu Zi Tang with Fu Ling and Bai zhu added to treat excess dampness with swollen joints.
Cinnamon Twig plus Aconite, Poria and Atractylodes Formula
|Cinnamon twig||Gui Zhi||10%|
|White Peony root||Bai Shao||10%|
|Fresh Ginger rhizome||Sheng Jiang||10%|
|Sour date||Da Zao||20%|
|Honey-fried Licorice root||Zhi Gan Cao||10%|
|Poria Fungus||Fu ling||15%|
|Atractylodes Root||Bai Zhu||15%|
|Prepared Aconite||Zhi Fu Zi||10%|
GUI ZHI JIA LING ZHU FU TANG PRECAUTIONS:
Use with caution in patients with strong pulses, who have heat or redness or are not cold, or exhibit signs of dryness or no joint swelling.
Pregnant or nursing women should consult their health care provider before taking any supplement. This formula is generally contraindicated in Pregnancy.
Gui Zhi Jia Ling Zhu Fu Tang Safety**:
This formula contains Aconite which is toxic when raw. When safely dosed, cooked and prescribed it is no longer toxic.
If you are ordering Raw herbs the Aconite (Fu Zi is given separately and must be cooked separately and ahead of adding the other herbs. Make sure you or your patient follows the instructions given)
In the case of granules the Aconite (FU ZI) has already been cooked for the proper time and no further cooking is needed, however the dosage should not exceed practitioners suggestion.
**As a precaution stop taking the formula if the patient feels numbing or tingling sensation of the mouth or limbs. A fresh ginger tea can be taken as an antidote and emergency services (911) should be called immediately if this occurs.