Shi Quan Da Bu Wan, also known as Ten Tonics Decoction, is an all around strengthening herbal formula. This formula first appeared in the late 11th century and is best used for someone with chronic illness of a deficiency nature. Symptoms may include fatigue, weak digestion, low appetite, dizziness, cold extremities, pale complexion, weak cough, dry skin, mouth ulcers, and external bruises or sores that are slow to heal. It may also be helpful to restore vitality after childbirth or surgery. As the name suggests, the formula contains ten herbal ingredients (shi quan) and is designed to strengthen and move both blood and qi (da bu). To prepare simply add 1000ml of water, 500g of pork meat, and bring to a boil together with herbs then simmer for 2-3 hours. Remove the herbs and drink the remaining broth with a side of rice and steamed or sauteed greens.
Full-Body Nourishing Herbal Soup
Shi Quan Da Bu Tang; 十全大补汤, Sze Chuan Dah Poo Chih
Herbal Soup, Raw Herbs
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