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Chinese Journal of Experimental Traditional Medical Formulae ; (24): 39-47, 2022.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-940691


Zuojinwan originated from Danxi′s Experiential Therapy (《丹溪心法》) in the Yuan dynasty. It is a representative prescription for the treatment of liver fire invading stomach syndrome, and is also one of the typical prescriptions of the anti-adjuvant method of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). In this paper, the method of bibliometrics was used to systematically sort out the ancient books of Zuojinwan, and 729 relevant literature data were obtained. After certain retrieval and screening, 57 ancient books of TCM were finally obtained. The statistics and analysis were carried out from the aspects of prescription source, historical evolution, composition, functions, evolution of prescription meaning, prescription dose, and preparation and usage of Zuojinwan. It was found that Zuojinwan was composed of Coptis chinensis rhizoma and Euodia rutaecarpa fructus in a ratio of 6∶1. It was mainly used for the treatment of liver fire invading stomach syndrome. The symptoms included pain in chest and hypochondrium, vomiting and bitter mouth, noisy acid-swallowing, red tongue coating yellow, and pulse string number. Later medical records recorded that Zuojinwan was mostly consistent with the original prescription. It mainly treated various diseases caused by liver fire, including left by liver fire, including left hypochondriac pain, swallowing acid and vomiting acid, tendon hernia and lump, epigastric pain, bitter mouth pulse string, head pain, diarrhea, gonorrhea, cold and hot, abdominal pain, alcohol wet yellowing, silence of oral dysentery and so on. There was little controversy in the analysis of relevant prescriptions. In the past dynasties, pills was mainly used, which was consistent with the original prescription. In modern times, it is mainly water flooding for pills or steamed cakes for pills, warm boiling water to serve 6 g, taking 2-3 g per time, the history is basically the same. In this paper, through the excavation, collation and systematic analysis of the ancient literature of TCM that recorded Zuojinwan, we hope to provide the literature basis for the development, inheritance and utilization of this famous classical formulas.