Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang

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Pin Ying Name: Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang
English Name: Bupleurum & Kudza Decoction
Chinese Name: 柴葛解肌湯

Herbs & Actions

Pharmaceutical Latin
Pin Yin
Actions

Rx. Bupleuri
Chai Hu

Disperses Wind-Heat and resolves Phlegm and congestion.
With Gan Cao, for Wind-Heat fever.

Rx. Puerariae
Ge Gen

Discharges Exterior conditions, releases the muscles, especially of the neck and upper back, relieves Heat and generates fluids.
With Chai Hu, for Exterior patterns where the the chills gradually improve while the fever gradually increases along with stiffening of the neck and upper back and absence of sweating With Chai Hu, Shi Gao and Huang Qin, for Wind-Heat.

Rz. seu Rx. Notopterygii
Qiang Huo

Releases the Exterior, disperses Cold, expels Wind-Cold-Dampness, unblocks painful obstruction, alleviates pain and guides Qi to the Tai Yang and Du channels.
With Bai Zhi, for headaches.

Rx. Angelicae Dahuricae
Bai Zhi

Expels Wind, eliminates Dampness, unblocks the nasal passages, dispels Cold and alleviates pain.
With Ge Gen, for Wind-Cold trapped at the level of the muscles and interstices. With Huang Qin, for Wind-Heat headache.

Rx. Scutellariae
Huang Qin

Drains Fire, detoxifies, cools the Blood and stops bleeding.
With Qiang Huo, for Cold-Dampness at the Exterior with Heat in the Interior.

Gypsum Fibrosum
Shi Gao

Clears Heat in the Qi Stage, drains Fire, relieves irritability, quenches thirst and clears Excess Heat from the Lungs.
With Sheng Jiang, decreases muscular swelling.

Rx. Platycodi
Jie Geng

Opens the Lungs, spreads Lung Qi, expels Phlegm, benefits the throat and opens and raises Lung Qi, directing the effects of other herbs to the upper body.
Opens the Lungs, spreads Lung Qi, expels Phlegm, benefits the throat and opens and raises Lung Qi, directing the effects of other herbs to the upper body. With Gan Cao, disseminates Lung Qi, expels Phlegm, resolves toxicity, and expels pus for productive cough with hoarseness and pain and swelling of the throat due to Wind-Heat .

Rx. Paeoniae
Bai Shao

Nourishes the Blood, Astringes Yin and adjusts the Ying and Wei.
With Chai Hu, for flank pain due to Liver Qi Stagnation.

Rx. Glycyrrhizae
Gan Cao

Moistens the Lungs, resolves Phlegm, stops cough and moderates and harmonizes the harsh properties of other herbs.

Rz. Zingiberis Recens
Sheng Jiang

Releases the Exterior, induces perspiration, disperses Cold, warms the Lungs, stops cough and reduces the toxicity of other herbs.
With Da Zao, for External Wind-Cold.

Fr. Jujube
Da Zao

Moderates and harmonizes the harsh properties of other herbs.

Formula Actions

Dispels Wind
Releases the muscle layer
Clears Interior Heat

Syndromes

Tai Yang – Yang Ming
Wind-Cold turning to Heat

Clinical Manifestations

Fever and chills with fever increasing and chills decreasing
Headache
Anhidrosis
Stiffness and pain of the extremities
Orbital pain
Eye pain
Shoulder and neck tension
Dry nasal passages
Irritability
Insomnia
Thirst
Epistaxis
T: Normal
C: Thin and yellow
P: Floating and slightly flooding

Treats

Common cold
Influenza
Gingivitis
Conjunctivitis
Tonsillitis
Toothache
Headache
Epidemic viral infection
Upper respiratory tract infection
Fever
High fever
Trigeminal neuralgia
Pneumonia
Neck pain and stiffness

Contraindications

Contraindicate for those with no Interior Heat.
Do not use if the Yang Ming has been already attacked with constipation and abdominal pain.
Avoid acrid, oily or spicy foods while taking this formula.

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