Treats fever and provides nourishment/calculus bovis sedative (Goouseishingen)
Calculus bovis sedative (Goouseishingen) /Japanese Pharmacopoeia/ class 2 pharmaceutical product.
Original text: Goouseishingen in the Japanese Pharmacopoeia
Similar prescriptions include calculus bovis sedative pills (Teachings of Generations of Physicians about Pox) or Angong Niuhuang pills (Detailed Analysis of Epidemic Febrile Diseases).
In the “Detailed Analysis of Epidemic Febrile Diseases,” calculus bovis is indicated for use during pathogen intrusion in the transition from the nutritive stage to the blood stage. It is also applied as a suppository.
It is used for treating blockages of the pericardium by phlegm and for internal liver-wind stirring.
Suitable for the treatment of fever when vitality lacks radiance, tinnitus when sounds are muffled or dizziness is perceived, as well as heavy-headedness.
Popularly known as “Golden Balls.”