|Dosage||2-3 tsp 3x per day for accute sypmtoms. 1 tsp 2x per day for chronic lingering symptoms.|
|Actions||Wind from phlegm and dampness that causes vertigo, nausea, vomiting and headaches|
|Chinese name||Ban Xia Bai Zhu Tian Ma Tang|
Classical Ban Xia Bai Zhu Tian Ma Tang with some modifications specifically for Vertigo and Meniere's Disease.
Named for the fierce northerly winds of France that seem to come out of nowhere. They descend from the alps producing a bitterly cold swirling wind that turns life upside down in an instant. These cold winds have destroyed ships and turned armies away.
Bai Zhu, Ban Xia, Tian Ma, Ze Xie, Chuan Xiong, Fu Ling, Xuan Fu Hua, Chen Pi, Shi Chang Pu
Atractylodis root, Pinellia rhizome, Gastrodia root, Alisma rhizome, Cnidium root, Hoelen, Inula flower, Tangerine peel, Acorus rhizome