Wu Ling San
Wu Ling San
|Unit Size||192 teapills|
|Dosage||8 pills, 3 times a day.|
|Potency||3:1 / 172mg|
|Properties||This classical formula was created for Bladder meridian or Bladder organ dysfunctions, such as neck pain or lower back pain.|
|Chinese Symptomology||Fluid retention marked by headache, fever, thirst with vomiting after drinking water; disturbance in urination; edema, diarrhea, fluid-retention syndrome, dizziness, and a feeling of palpitation in the lower abdomen.|
|Western Symptomology||Acute gastroenteritis, cyclic vomiting, pseudo cholera, skin eruptions or hives due to cold, initial stage of acute nephritis, edema of scrotum, and retention of urine belonging to the syndrome of fluid retention.|
|Actions||Strengthens Urinary Bladder function, promotes urination, helps drain and dry dampness, promotes the transforming functions of Qi.|
|Chinese name||Wu Ling San|
|English name||Damp & Puffy Relief|
|Description||This formula dispels Dampness through enhancing urination; warms the Yang; strengthens the Spleen.
1. In a person who has Water retention with Exterior-symptoms
showing the retention, related symptoms are: fever; headache; irritability; strong thirst; vomiting immediately after drinking water; edema; difficulty urinating; diarrhea. Tongue is usually white and slippery. Pulse is usually floating and rapid.
2. In a person who has Water and Dampness Stagnancy in the body,
related symptoms are: edema; generalized sensation of heaviness;
possible vomiting; diarrhea; difficulty urinating.
3. In a person who has accumulation of Water in the body, related
symptoms are: dizziness; vertigo; shortness of breath; coughing;
palpitation below the umbilicus; spitting frothy saliva, drunk with
|Ingredients||Gui Zhi (Ramulus Cinnamomi): 13.33%; Bai Zhu (White Atractylodes): 20.0%; Fu Ling (Poria cocos): 26.67%; Zhu Ling (Polyporus Rhizoma): 20.0%; Ze Xie (Water Plantain Tubert): 20.0%|