Names Of Xin Yi Wan

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Xin Yi Wan TCM Herbal Formula

  • English Name: Magnolia Flower Powder
  • Pinyin Name: Xin Yi Wan
  • Alternate Names: Xin Yi San, Hsin I San, Magnolia Flower Formula
  • Chinese Character: 辛夷散丸
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How Is Xin Yi Wan Categorized?

There Are 9 Formulas In Our Release the Exterior Category

How Is Xin Yi Wan Used Clinically?

Xin Yi Wan Usages and Indications

  • Colds and/or allergies with cold signs (white mucus and/or no fever, etc.).
  • Chronic sinus congestions / issues, chronic sinusitis, chronic rhinitis, loss of smell.
  • Headaches from sinus congestion.

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Xin Yi Wan Has 11Ingredients

Bai Zhi


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Angelica Root


Appears in the Herbs That Release The Exterior Wind Cold category

Usages

  • Expels wind-cold, dampness
  • Opens nasal passages, sinus congestion (particularly with green discharge), alleviates pain (especially in the head region)
  • Resolve wind-cold symptoms especially with headaches (yangming - ST), supraorbital pain, congestion
  • Useful for swollen gums and toothache

This formula has cautions, see details

Cang Er Zi


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Cocklebur Fruit, Xanthium


Appears in the Herbs That Dispel Wind Dampness category

Usages

  • Expels wind and damp - bi syndromes, skin disorders with itching.
  • Nasal passage obstruction - thick nasal discharge, sinus headache; often combined with Xin Yi Hua and Bai Zhi.

Che Qian Zi


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Plantago Seeds


Appears in the Herbs That Drain Dampness category

Usages

  • Promotes urination, clears heat - edema, lin syndromes due to damp-heat, generally in the lower warmer.
  • Solidifies the stool - diarrhea with damp-heat or damp-summerheat.
  • Clears the eyes - liver and kidney deficiency (dry eyes or cataracts) or heat in the liver channel (red, painful, swollen eyes and sensitive to light).
  • Lung heat - expels phlegm, stops cough.

This formula has cautions, see details

Chuan Xiong


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Szechuan Lovage Root


Appears in the Herbs That Invigorate Blood category

Usages

  • Invigorate blood, promote movement of Qi - any blood stasis pattern, important for gynecological issues (amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, difficult labor, lochioschesis).
  • Expels wind and alleviates pain - headache (temporal, vertex), dizziness, painful obstructions, skin issues.
  • Headache - moves qi upward and alleviates pain; headaches due to wind, heat, cold, blood deficiency.

Fang Feng


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Ledebouriella root, siler


Appears in the Herbs That Release The Exterior Wind Cold category

Usages

  • Releases exterior, expel wind-cold (headache, chills, body ache)
  • Bi-Syndromes, Wind-Damp, alleviates pain, relieves spasms (not very strong, only as a supporting herb)
  • Trembling hands and/or feet
  • Spleen/Liver intestinal issues - painful diarrhea, bright blood in stool
  • Migraines
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Gan Cao


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Licorice Root


Appears in the Herbs That Tonify Qi category

Usages

  • Tonifies the spleen and augments qi - spleen deficiency w/shortness of breath, fatigue, loose stools (si jun zi tong).
  • Qi and/or blood deficiency w/irregular pluse or palpitations (Zhi Gan Cao Tang).
  • Moistens the lungs and stops cough - heat/cold in the lungs (Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang).
  • Clears heat and toxic fire (raw) - carbuncles, sores, sore throat due to fire toxin (internally or topically).
  • Alleviates pain and stops spasms - abdomen or legs (Shao Yao Gan Cao Tang).
  • Often used to harmonize and/or moderate characteristics of other herbs.
  • Antidote for toxic substances (internally and topically).

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Gao Ben

Chinese Lovage Root, Ligusticum Root


Appears in the Herbs That Release The Exterior Wind Cold category

Usages

  • Expels wind-cold, vertex headaches (teeth/jaw pain)
  • Dispels wind and dampness - useful for wind-cold-damp bi-syndromes and/or acute lower back pain from wind cold
  • Resolve dampness effecting stomach/spleen

This formula has cautions, see details

Qiang Huo


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Notopterygium Root


Appears in the Herbs That Release The Exterior Wind Cold category

Usages

  • Release exterior, disperse cold - useful with wind-cold and damp associated body/joint pain
  • Guiding herb for the GV and Tai Yang Channels

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Sheng Ma


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Black Cohosh Rhizome, Bugbane Rhizome


Appears in the Herbs That Release The Exterior Wind Heat category

Usages

  • Releases the exterior, vents muscles - accelerates the early stages of skin rashes, headache from wind-heat (forehead - stomach channel).
  • Clears heat, relieves toxicity - toxins in the upper or superficial areas, swelling, painful, sore gums, lips, and/or throat.
  • Raises yang, lifts spleen qi sinking (strong than Ge Gen) - for middle qi deficiency leading to shortness of breath, fatigue, prolapse of stomach, uterus, or rectum.
  • Serves to guide other herbs upwards.

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Xin Yi Hua


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Magnolia Flower


Appears in the Herbs That Release The Exterior Wind Cold category

Usages

  • Expels wind-cold
  • Sinus Headaches
  • Unblocks nasal passages

This formula has cautions, see details

Yan Hu Suo


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Corydalis Rhizome


Appears in the Herbs That Invigorate Blood category

Usages

  • Invigorate blood, alleviate pain - pain from blood stasis and trauma, dysmenorrhea.
  • Promotes movement of Qi and alleviates pain - chest pain, abdominal pain, menstrual pain, hernial disorders, epigastric pain.

This formula has cautions, see details

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