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A Study of the Influence of Daesihog-tang on Taeeum-in’s Patholoy and Prescription

  • Journal of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
  • Abbr : J Sasang Constitut Med
  • 2017, 29(1), pp.1-13
  • DOI : 10.7730/JSCM.2017.29.1.1
  • Publisher : The Society Of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Korean Medicine
  • Published : March 31, 2017

Kim Ji Hwan 1

1가천대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

Objectives The purpose of this study is to understand the influence of Daesihog-tang on Taeeum-in's patholoy and prescription in 『Donguisusebowon』 of Sasang Constitutional Medicine. Methods The pathologic condition in which Daesihog-tang used and the relevant herbs and prescriptions in 『Sanghanron』, 『Donguibogam』, 『Dongmuyoogo haedong』, 『Chobongwon』, and 『Donguisusebowon』. Results and Conclusions 1. Daesiho-tang in 『Sanghanron』 was used to the symptom of Yangmyung disease merging with Soyang disease. In 『Donguibogam』, its indications were mainly used to the severe fever-symptom of Yangmyung disease and expanded to Onbyeong and so on. 2. The concept of Daesiho-tang in 『Donguibogam』 was changed into Hwanggeumdaehwang-tang in 『Chobongwon』, which can be used to treat Onbyeong with heat-dysenteric diarrhea, and severe fever of Taeeum-in. 3. The notion of combination between Daehwang and hwanggeum used in 『Dongmuyoogo haedong』and 『Chobongwon』was connected to Chungmongsukgondamhwan or Jogakhwanggeumdaehwang-tang in 『Chobongwon』. Especially, Jogakhwanggeumdaehwang-tang for Yeokkigammo and severe constipation was formed while the concept of Onbyeong in Hwanggeumdaehwang-tang’ merged with the usage of Jogak and Daehwang or Yisunggugo-hwan. 4. Jogakhwanggeumdaehwang-tang influenced on the usage of Jogakdaehwang-tang for Yangdok and Onbyeong, while the usage of Chungmongsukgondamhwan was not found in 『Donguisusebowon』. 5. As a result, Daesiho-tang may be presented without usages for a specific patholoy in 『Donguisusebowon』 because it indirectly influenced on the concept of Yangdok and Onbyeong of Taeeum-in, and the formation of Jogakdaehwang-tang in 『Donguisusebowon』.

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