Si Sheng Wan

Natural Chinese Herbal Formulas That Clears Heat and Stops Bleeding

Si Sheng Wan

Four Fresh Pill


Main Action of Four Fresh Pill
The functions of this natural chinese medicine formula is to cool the blood to stop bleeding. This TCM Herbal formula is best suited for conditions of upper jiao heat in the blood leading reckless moving of blood and bleeding symptoms.


Indications and Symptoms for Si Sheng Wan
coughing up of blood, spitting up blood, vomiting blood, nosebleeds, general bleeding with bright red blood, dry mouth, dry throat Tongue - red or deep red Pulse - wiry rapid, forceful


Herbal Ingredients of Si Sheng Wan

Sheng Ce Bai Ye (Raw Cacumen Biotae Orientalis, Leafy twig of Arbo vitae, Biota Leaves)

- 12g. -cools blood, stops bleeding

Xian Di Huang (Radix Rehmanniae Glutinosae Recens)

- 15 -24g. -clears heat in the blood, stops bleeding, nourish yin and generates fluids Sheng

He Ye (Raw Folium Nelumbinis Nuciuferae, Lotus Leaf)

- 9 -12g. -stop bleeding, harmonize blood, promote circulation, prevents stasis

Sheng Ai Ye (Raw Folium Artemisiae Argyi, Mugwort Leaf, Artemesia)

- 6 -9g. -stops bleeding, harmonize blood, promote circulation, prevents stasis


Cooking Preparation of Si Sheng Wan
When preparing this natural chinese Herbal formula all Herbal ingredients should be ground into a powder and made into a paste with the moisture from the raw herbs. This formula is also prepared as a decoction and taken either cool or warm in the above specified dosage.


Additional Information on Si Sheng Wan
The reason this Herbal formula uses fresh herbs is to increase it's ability to cool the blood. Si Sheng Wan is indicated for conditions which has less bleeding and is generally less severe than the indications for Shi Hui San (Ten Partially Charred Substances Powder). When the appropriate symptoms are present this alternative medicine Herbal formula may be used to treat such disorders as pulmonary tuberculosis, bronchiectasis, peptic ulcer, acute gastritis, hypertension, functional uterine bleeding, gingivitis and periodontitis.