Theory

Wu Mei Wan Mume Fruit Pill - TCM Herbal Formula


Wu Mei Wan Names

  • English Name: Mume Fruit Pill
  • Pinyin Name: Wu Mei Wan
  • Alternate Names: Mume Pill, Mume Formula
  • Chinese Character: 鳥梅丸

Functional Groupings



Wu Mei Wan Clinical Usages and Indications

  • Generally used with roundworms - abdominal pain, irritability, stifled chest w/heat, vomiting after eating, cold hands and/or feet.  
  • Chronic diarrhea, IBS, or other digestive disorders characterized by both heat and cold.

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Clinician Notes

  • This formula can be used to treat your pets -cats and dogs.  Double check with your vet about other species.

Wu Mei Wan Has 8 Ingredients

Chuan Jiao

  • Szechuan Pepper
    • Warms the middle warmer, disperses cold, alleviates abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea - spleen or stomach cold from deficiency patterns.
    • Abdominal pain due to roundworms (auxiliary herb).
  • Herbs That Warm the Interior and Expel Cold

Dang Gui

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  • Chinese Angelica Root
    • Tonifies the blood, regulates menses - pallid, ashen complexion, tinnitus, blurred vision, palpitations, irregular menses, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea.
    • Invigorates/harmonizes the blood, disperses cold - important herb to stop pain due to blood stasis - abdominal pain, trauma, carbuncles due to blood stasis, chronic bi.
    • Moistens dry intestines due to blood deficiency.
    • Reduces swellings, expels pus, generates flesh - sores.
  • Herbs That Tonify Blood

Fu Zi

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  • Prepared Aconite Root
    • Restores devastated yang - extreme cold limbs with abundant cold symptoms.
    • Assists heart yang to unblock vessels and improve circulation, tonifies kidney yang to augment fire and avoid loss of the basal yang.
    • Warms fire and assists yang - any problem associated with weak heart, spleen, and/or kidneys.
    • Disperses cold, warms the channels, alleviates pain - wind-damp-cold bi, cold blocking organs, channels, sinews, bones or blood vessels.
  • Herbs That Warm the Interior and Expel Cold
  • Cautions
    • Avoid during Pregnancy.
    • Avoid in yin deficiency with false cold and true heat.

Gan Jiang

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  • Dried Ginger Root
    • Warms the middle and expels cold - warms spleen and stomach both in conditions of excess due to externally contacted cold, as well as cold from deficiency due to yang qi deficiency.
    • Rescues devastated yang, expels interior cold - very weak pulse and cold limbs.
    • Warms the lungs and transforms phlegm - lung cold with thin, watery or white sputum.
    • Warms the channels, stops bleeding - hemorrhage of various types, especially for uterine bleeding (must be due to cold - chronic and pale in color, with cold limbs, soggy pulse).
  • Herbs That Warm the Interior and Expel Cold

Gui Zhi

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  • Cinnamon Twig
    • Releases muscle layer and adjusts ying and wei qi levels
    • Useful in wind-cold-damp bi syndromes to warm channels and disperse cold
    • Resolves blood stagnation particularly from cold - dysmenorrhea
    • Unblocks yang qi in the chest - shortness of breath, chest pain, palpitations
    • Resolve edema and accumulation of cold phlegm
  • Herbs That Release The Exterior Wind Cold
  • Cautions
    • Avoid in wind-heat and/or empty heat conditions
    • Avoid in heat in the blood, particularly w/vomiting

Huang Bai

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  • Amur Cork Tree Bark, Phellodendron
    • Drains damp heat from the lower jiao - thick-yellow leukorrhea, foul-smelling diarrhea, dysentery; damp-heat pouring downward or hot leg qi - red, swollen, painful knees, legs, and/or feet; damp-heat jaundice.
    • Drains kidney fire with signs of yin deficiency - steaming bone disorder, night sweats, afternoon fever and sweating, nocturnal emissions, spermatorrhea.
    • Drains fire, relieves toxicity - sores and lesions of the skin.
  • Herbs That Clear Heat and Dry Dampness

Ren Shen

  • Ginseng Root
    • Strongly tonify yuan qi - extreme collapse of qi, shortness of breath, cold limbs, profuse sweating, weak pulse (often used alone for this condition after severe blood loss).
    • Tonify lung qi - wheezing, shortness of breath, w/kidneys failing to grasp the qi.
    • Strengthen the middle warmer - lethargy, no appetite, chronic diarrhea, prolapse of organs, distended chest/abdomen.
    • Generates fluids, stops thirst - xiao ke, damaged fluid due to high dever and profuse sweating.
    • Benefits heart qi, calms the spirit - palpitations, anxiety, insomnia, poor memory, restlessness due to qi and/or blood deficiency.
  • Herbs That Tonify Qi
  • Cautions
    • Avoid tea and turnips while taking ginseng.
    • Antagonist with Wu Ling Zhi, Incompatible with Li Lu.
    • Avoid with high blood pressure and/or liver yang rising.

Xi Xin

  • Chinese Wild Ginger
    • Supporting herb for exterior cold, useful when primary symptoms are head/body aches, particularly with dampness and/or KD Yang Deficiency
    • Dispels wind, disperses cold, alleviates pain
    • Transforms phlegm - wind-cold w/cough
    • Unblocks Qi - nasal congestion
  • Herbs That Release The Exterior Wind Cold
  • Cautions
    • Avoid in Qi Deficiency w/profuse sweating
    • Avoid in yin deficient cough
    • Avoid in blood deficiency headaches



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