|Scientific Name||Poria cocos (Schw.) Wolf|
One of Isuwhasub technique through the opening Gigi passage, and connection and control of Sudo.
Efficacy in opening Joori.
|Diseases and symptom||
refers to the difficulty in urination
stranguria with turbid discharge
Poria (wine) : Brew a rice wine with poria powder and malted rice to drink.
|Properties and Tastes||sweetness and blandness, calm|
|Working Organs||bladder; spleen; heart|
|Contraindication||For the following symptoms including deficiency in kidney Eum, difficulty in urination, and spermatorrhea due to deficiency and coldness, the medicine should not be used.|
|Related Prescription (Total 586)||
Prescription treatment for all kinds of colic syndrome disease such as swelling, sick and oozing water due to damp-heat
A prescription for the treatment of diarrhea that resembles the juice of black beans, caused by pathogenic dampness.
Prescription for the treatment of the thirsty with sudden turmoil.
A prescription for the treatment of heaviness of the body, pain in the waist, slight coldness of the limbs, nausea, and loose bowels, caused by pathogenic dampness.
This is a prescription for treating the blood dysentery or the red dysentery caused by poor blood circulation into the limbs and stomach due to the weakness of the spleen and the stomach.
This is the prescription for the patient who can not take food by a lot of thirsty, nausea and hiccup due to stomach’s heat pathogenic factor.
A prescription for treatment of disoriented mouth and eyes and unconsciousness due to Wind on five viscera
This prescription tonifies Essence and blood, and makes the gray hair black.
|Keywords||Jeokbongnyeong; Poria cocos (Schw.) Wolf; Poria(Hoelen)|
|DB Publishing Date||Dec 6, 2007|
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