小儿腹泻外敷散

MandarinEdit

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PronunciationEdit

Mandarin (Standard Chinese, Beijing)
Pinyin xiǎoér fùxiè wàifū sǎn
Zhuyin ㄒㄧㄠˇ ㄦˊ ㄈㄨˋ ㄒㄧㄝˋ ㄨㄞˋ ㄈㄨ ㄙㄢˇ
IPA (key) /ɕi̯ɑʊ̯²¹⁴⁻²¹¹ ˀɤɻ³⁵ fu⁵¹⁻⁵³ ɕi̯ɛ⁵¹⁻⁵³ u̯aɪ̯⁵¹ fu⁵⁵ sa̠n²¹⁴⁻²¹⁽⁴⁾/

NounEdit

小儿腹泻外敷散 (simplified, Pinyin xiǎoér fùxiè wàifū sǎn, traditional 小兒腹瀉外敷散)

  1. A brownish-yellow powder used in traditional Chinese medicine "to warm the stomach and intestine, to dispel cold and damp, to invigorate the spleen, relieve pain and diarrhea, in the treatment of abdominal pain and diarrhea caused by indigestion, or asthenia-cold of stomach and intestine". It is typically mixed with vinegar and applied on the umbilical region or the "yong-quan" acupoint on the feet of children.

Xiao'er Fuxie Waifu powder has the following herbal ingredients:

Name Chinese (S)
Fructus Evodiae 吴茱萸
Flos Caryophylli 丁香
Fructus Piperis 胡椒
Albus 白胡椒
Cortex Cinnamomi 桂皮

ReferencesEdit

  • State Pharmacopoeia Commission of the PRC (2005). "Pharmacopoeia of The People’s Republic of China (Volume I)". Chemical Industry Press. ISBN 7117069821.
Last modified on 8 April 2014, at 13:18