1003 消風散 (Xiao Feng San)
Dang Gui & Arctium Fromula
Eliminate Wind Powder
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Wai Ke Zheng Zong (Orthodox Surgery, 1617).
Compiler: Chen, Shi-gong.
Traditional: Skin disorders due to wind-dampness or wind-heat, marked by skin rashes or cloudy maculae all over the body with itching and oozing liquid if scratching occurs; a white or yellow tongue coating; and a superficial, rapid, and forceful pulse.
Modern: Recalcitrant eczema, acute and chronic urticaria, atopic dermatitis, drug dermatitis, psoriasis, conjunctivitis, pruritus, prickly heat, acne, scabies, other skin diseases aggravated by hot weather, and acute nephritis.1,2
Pattern of Wind-Dampness/Wind-Heat
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