Da Huang Mu Dan Tang

Natural Chinese Herbal Formulas That Purge Heat Accumulations Downwards

Rhubarb and Moutan Decoction

Main Action of Da Huang Mu Dan Tang
This chinese medicine Herbal formulas functions are to drain heat, invigorate blood, disperse clumping and reduce swelling. The formula is most used for conditions of early stage intestinal abscess formation. It best treats conditions of an excess nature with interior clumping or heat and blood.

Indications and Symptoms for Da Huang Mu Dan Tang
lower abdominal distention, pain in the lower abdomen (usually right side), pain aggravated by pressure with rebound tenderness, pain may radiate to the groin which is alleviated by flexing the hip and knee, mass may be felt in lower right abdominal quadrant, irregular intermittent fever, chills and sweat. Tongue - greasy coat Pulse - slippery rapid

Herbal Ingredients of Da Huang Mu Dan Tang

Da Huang (Radix et Rhizoma Rhei, Rhubarb Root and Rhizome)

- 12g. -drain heat through bowel movement, invigorate blood stasis, clear blood heat

Mang Xiao (Mirabilitum, Mirabilite, Glauber's Salt)

- 9 -12g. -softens stool, drains heat downward, unclogg's intestines

Mu Dan Pi (Cortex Moutan Radicis, Peony Tree Root Cortex, Moutan)

- 3g. -cools blood, eliminates blood stasis

Tao Ren (Semen Periscae, Peach Kernel, Persica)

- 9 -15g. -breaks up blood stasis, mild laxative

Dong Gua Ren (Semen Benincasae Hipsidae, Winter Melon or Wax Gourd Seed)

- 15 -30g. -expels pus, , eliminates heat, reduces abscesses

Cooking Preparation of Da Huang Mu Dan Tang
When decocting this natural medicine formula cook all Herbal ingredients together as this will increase Da Huangs ability to break up blood stasis.

Additional Information on Da Huang Mu Dan Tang
In the early stage of Intestinal abscess there is minimal pus formation so a hard painful mass can be felt in the effected areas. This alternative medicine Herbal formula has been used to treat such disorders as acute uncomplicated appendicitis, mesenteric lymphadenitis, lochioschesis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and infection post vasectomy when the appropriate symptoms are present.