What is Mu Dan Pi?
Mu Dan Pi is a Chinese traditional medicine name. It is the dried root bark of the peony, family Buttercup. Produced in Anhui, Sichuan, Henan, Shandong, and other places. Bitter, pungent, and slightly cold, belongs to the heart, liver, and kidney meridians, with the effect of clearing heat and cooling the blood, activating blood circulation, and reducing deficiency heat.
Herb properties of Mu Dan Pi
Yuan Dan Pi
The root bark is cylindrical and semi-cylindrical, with longitudinal dissected cracks, both sides curled inward, usually 3-8 cm long and about 2 mm thick. The outer surface is gray-brown or purplish brown, some cork has fallen off, brown-red, visible root traces and raised lenticels; the inner surface is light brown or gray-yellow, with longitudinal fine texture and shiny crystalline material. The texture is hard and brittle, and the cross-section is not flat, or show powder, light yellow and slightly red. A special aroma, taste slightly bitter and astringent, slightly numb tongue feeling.
Gua Dan Pi
The surface is slightly brown, and pink. Others are the same as the Yuan Dan Pi.
Mu Dan Pi benefits
a. Mudanpi is good at clearing the Blood and invigorating it, so it has the effect of cooling the Blood and dispersing stasis, making the Blood flow smoothly without leaving stasis, and clearing the Blood heat without delusion. Therefore, it is used as an important medicine in cases of incandescent blood heat, fire in the liver and kidney, and stagnation of blood. This product with fresh raw earth, can clear heat and cool the blood; with large raw earth, it nourishes the kidney and diarrhea fire; with gardenia, it clears the liver and drains heat; with red peony, and peach kernel, it activates the blood and disperses blood stasis; with lateral cypress leaf, fresh thatch root, it cools the blood and stops bleeding.
b. Mu Dan Pi is used for warm fever, heat entering the blood, high fever, vivid tongue, body rash, blood fever, vomiting blood, epistaxis, urinating blood, and Yin deficiency fever. Peony bark clears the actual heat in the Blood of the Ying and also treats Yin deficiency fever. To clear the actual heat of Blood, it is often used in combination with fresh Radix et Rhizoma and Radix Paeoniae; to treat deficiency heat, it is often used in combination with Radix et Rhizoma, Radix et Rhizoma, Artemisiae arborescent, and Turtle A. To treat blood-heat delusion, it is often used in combination with fresh Radix et Rhizoma, Radix et Rhizoma Paeoniae, and Cape jasmine.
c. Mu Dan Pi is used for menorrhagia, fall and flutter injury, sores, carbuncles, swelling and poisoning, intestinal carbuncle, etc. Menstrual blockage and injury all have stagnation of qi and blood, and pain often occurs due to stasis in the channels. Dangpi can invigorate the blood and disperse stasis so that the stagnation can be dispersed and the qi and blood can flow smoothly and the pain can be relieved.
d. Mu Dan Pi is also commonly used for sores and canker sores, intestinal canker sores, and other conditions. It can be used in combination with other drugs such as Yin Hua, Lian Qiao, and Di Ding Cao for treating sores and canker sores, and with rhubarb, mannitol, peach kernel, and Dong Gua Zi for treating intestinal canker sores.
Da Huang Mu Dan Pi Tang
Da Huang Mu Dan Pi Tang is the name of a traditional Chinese medicine formula. It is a diaphoretic agent, cold down, with the effect of dispelling heat and breaking up knots, dispersing knots, and eliminating swelling. This formula is used for treating intestinal canker sores at the beginning, with damp heat and stagnation. The symptoms include swelling and swelling of the right lower abdomen, painful refusal to press, pain like gonorrhea when pressed, self-regulation of urination, occasional fever, spontaneous sweating, and vicious cold, or right foot flexed but not stretched, with yellowish greasy coating and slippery pulse. This formula is often used clinically in treating damp-heat stasis evidence such as acute simple appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, acute biliary tract infection, biliary ascariasis, pancreatitis, and acute pelvic inflammatory disease.
Dahuang Mudanpi Tang is composed of five herbs, including rhubarb, peony bark, peach kernel, winter melon seed, and mannitol. It can be used to treat diseases mainly with right lower abdominal pain, which is caused by the accumulation of heat and toxins and stagnation of Qi and blood.
For the treatment of primary appendicitis, acute pancreatitis, chronic appendicitis, perforated appendicitis, etc., rhubarb and peony peel soup, acute pelvic inflammatory disease, and peri appendiceal abscess can be used as adjunctive therapy. Because of its effect of removing heat and stasis, Da Huang Mu Dan Pi Tang can be used for postpartum malodorous dew, inconvenient urination, and postpartum constipation, as well as women with irregular menstruation, red and white discharge, i.e., blood in the leukorrhea.
Because the peach kernel in Rhubarb Mudanpi Tang has a blood-breaking effect, pregnant women should avoid taking it. Also, people who are allergic to any of the drug ingredients in Dahuang Mudanpi Tang should avoid it. Patients should take this medicine under the guidance of a Chinese medicine practitioner and should not take it on their own.
Mu Dan Pi TCM
Mu Dan Pi herb
Treatment of hypertension
Take 1~1.5 taels of peony bark, decoct it into 120~150 ml with water, and take it 3 times a day in divided doses; or use 5~6 taels for the first time, and increase it to 1 tael if there is no adverse reaction. More than 20 cases were treated, and blood pressure generally dropped significantly after taking the medicine for about 5 days. The symptoms improved; after taking the medicine for 6 to 33 days, the average diastolic blood pressure decreased by 10-20 mmHg and the average systolic blood pressure decreased by 20-40 mmHg. All of the cases in this group were able to bring the blood pressure down to the normal range or close to the normal range shortly, and the symptoms also disappeared or improved, but the long-term efficacy has to be continued to be observed. Some patients had side effects such as nausea and dizziness after taking the drug, but they can disappear naturally without stopping the drug.
Treatment of allergic rhinitis
A decoction of 10% peony bark, 50 ml of which was taken every night for 10 days as a course of treatment, was used to treat 31 cases, and 12 cases were cured. Another 9 cases were treated, and the symptoms improved quickly after taking the medicine, but no 1 case was cured.
In addition, the decoction of 10% peony bark was taken internally (50 ml per night) to try to treat 6 cases of patients with delayed dry ear due to metaplasia after mastoid chiseling, and 5 cases were cured and 1 case was alleviated.
Mu Dan Pi side effects
Mu Dan Pi is generally free of side effects when used normally under the guidance of a doctor. However, if used improperly, the following conditions may occur.
For example, the use of peony bark by people with blood deficiency and cold, those with excessive menstruation, or pregnant women may have side effects such as worsening of symptoms or causing miscarriage.
Patients with cold blood deficiency often show symptoms such as white nails and fear of cold, and taking bitter cold products such as Mudanpi will aggravate the coldness.
For those who are already having excessive menstruation, taking Mu Dan Pi, which activates blood circulation and removes blood stasis, will make the blood vessels flow freely and lead to more menstruation, so it should not be used. In addition, pregnant women who take Mu Dan Pi TCM may have miscarriages and should use it with caution.
Mu Dan Pi is a commonly used clinical herb with a bitter, pungent taste and slightly cold nature, which has the effect of clearing heat and cooling the blood, activating blood circulation, and removing blood stasis. Because of its bitter-cold nature, it enters the heart, liver, and blood, and is good at clearing the actual heat in the blood of the Ying, and can treat warm poisonous spots and epistaxis caused by heat entering the blood of the Ying. It is also good at clearing Yin subdivision heat and can treat Yin deficiency fever, night fever, early coolness, and non-sweating bone vapor caused by warming evil injuring Yin, and is an important medicine for treating non-sweating bone vapor. Mudanpi, which is pungent in taste and can move Qi and blood, and bitter in taste and can lower drainage, has the function of invigorating blood and dispelling stasis, and is often used to treat blood stagnation and dysmenorrhea.
The use of herbs should be cautious. Patients should go to the Chinese medicine department of a regular hospital or a medical center in time after the appearance of uncomfortable symptoms, and deal with them under the diagnosis and treatment of a Chinese medicine practitioner, and should not use the medicine without authorization, so as not to mismanage the treatment and cause unnecessary consequences.
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