Commonly Used Chinese Herb Formulas with Illustrations - Morus and Lycium Formula (Xie Bai San)


1801 瀉白散 (Xie Bai San)


Morus and Lycium Formula


Drain the White Powder



Chinese Name

Pharmaceutical Name

Pin Yin Name

English Name


Semen Oryzae

Jing Mi



Cortex Mori

Sang Bai Pi

Mulberry Bark


Cortex Lycii

Di Gu Pi

Lycium Bark


Radix Glycyrrhizae

Gan Cao



Classic Literature Reference

Xiao Er Yao Zheng Zhi Jue (Key to Pediatric Prescriptions, 1119).

Compiler: Qian, Yi



Traditional: Stagnant heat in the Lungs marked by cough, wheezing, skin that feels hot to the touch that worsens in the late afternoon, a red tongue with yellow coating, and a thready and rapid pulse.

Modern: Bronchitis, pneumonia, bronchiectasis, whooping cough, and initial stages of tuberculosis.


Pattern of Stagnant Heat in the Lungs


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