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The Daily Dose and Decoct Method of Rhubarb in Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases
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  • Journal title : The Korea Journal of Herbology
  • Volume 31, Issue 3,  2016, pp.37-41
  • Publisher : The Korea Association of Herbology
  • DOI : 10.6116/kjh.2016.31.3.37.
 Title & Authors
The Daily Dose and Decoct Method of Rhubarb in Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases
Kim, In-Rak;
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 Abstract
Objectives : The purpose of this study is to assume the size of sliced piece, daily dose and extracting Method of Rhubarb in Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases.Methods : I contrast results of recent studies with assuming results based on original text of Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases.Results : Daily dose was 6, 4 or 2 Ryang in case of cutting Rhubarb in bean-size. These prescriptions were decocted with water or sinked in boiled water. Another daily doses were large baduk-piece size 6 units and baduk-piece size 6 units in case of cutting Rhubarb in size bigger than bean. The former was used in adding to the Jisilchijasi-tang in case of constipation, the latter was used in Sihogayonggolmoryeo-tang and Jeodang-tang. The size of large baduk-piece was 2.32 cm in width, 4.64 cm in length, 4.3 g in weight, and the length and weight of baduk-piece was half of that was. Two sizes of Rhubarbs were sunk in water for 12 hours. After decocting the other ingredients, mixed Rhubarb extraction and Rhubarb, and then boiled it for 1 minute.Conclusions : From this study, daily dose of Rhubarb was 6, 4 or 2 Ryang and the 6 pieces of large baduk-piece or baduk-piece are respectively 4 or 2 Ryang. The extracting methods was decocting, sinking in boiled water for short time, sinking in water for long time and then mixing these with other decocted solution.
 Keywords
Rhubarb;Daily Dose;Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases;Decoction Method;
 Language
Korean
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