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shen lou san 参樓散

By: Joe Hing Kwok Chu              按此看中文

Name of Formula: shen lou san

Application:

For any type of leukemia with high white cell count and when it first started and the symptoms are not serious. Use this formula and plus dan fan san 蛋礬散 formula.

Do not use in cases of low white cell counts

Composition:

mao cang zhu 40 g, ku shen 100 g, ming xiong huang 30 g,

chong lou 100 g, qing ban xia 100 g, wu gong 30 g.

Make into fine powder and put into capsules.

Take 1.5 to 6 g each time, 3 times per day, with warm

boiled drinking water.

 

Use  the above formula and take it together with dan fan san 蛋礬散

 

Warning: formulae that contain xiong huang (realgar) only suitable

for cases of high white cell counts.

 

方名﹕参樓散

用途﹕白血病。適用于白血球高者,

不得用于白血球低者。

組成﹕

茅 蒼术 40克 苦 參 100克 明雄黄 30克

100克 清半夏 100克 蜈蚣 30克

制法及服法:將列各藥共研細末,装入膠囊。

用法﹕每次服1.56克,日服3次。溫開水送服。

 

加服:蛋礬散

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