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ACTCM Form Qt1 Qz1 E

ACTCM Formulas 1-1 E CounterInd

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What are the Counter Indications for Má huáng tāng 麻黃湯 (麻黄汤)? CTX: def pts w/copious urine; pts prone to bleeding; caution HTN // Yan (sore throat); Lin (UTI); Chang (sores/carbuncles); Niu (nose bleed); Xue (bleeding); Han (sweating); Han (coldness); Chi Zhong Chi (slow chi mai)
What are the Counter Indications for Guì zhī tāng 桂枝湯 (桂枝汤)? CTX: ext cold/int heat, caution in summer/during hot weather // Yan (sore throat); Lin (UTI); Chang (sores/carbuncles); Niu (nose bleed); Xue (bleeding); Han (coldness); Chi Zhong Chi (slow chi mai) [Han sweating ok]
What are the Counter Indications for Guì zhī jiā gé gēn tāng 桂枝加葛根湯 (桂枝加葛根汤)? CTX: ext cold/int heat, caution in summer/during hot weather // Yan (sore throat); Lin (UTI); Chang (sores/carbuncles); Niu (nose bleed); Xue (bleeding); Han (coldness); Chi Zhong Chi (slow chi mai) [Han sweating ok]
What are the Counter Indications for Gé gēn tāng 葛根湯 (葛根汤)? CTX: All8: Yan (sore throat); Lin (UTI); Chang (sores/carbuncles); Niu (nose bleed); Xue (bleeding); Han (sweating); Han (coldness); Chi Zhong Chi (slow chi mai)
What are the Counter Indications for Xiāng sū săn 香蘇散 (香苏散)? CTX: All8: Yan (sore throat); Lin (UTI); Chang (sores/carbuncles); Niu (nose bleed); Xue (bleeding); Han (sweating); Han (coldness); Chi Zhong Chi (slow chi mai)
What are the Counter Indications for Xiăo qīng lóng tāng 小青龍湯 (小青龙汤)? CTX: Long term use, heat, epistaxis, yin def cough; caution HTN // All 8, chief herb is ma huang: Yan (sore throat); Lin (UTI); Chang (sores/carbuncles); Niu (nose bleed); Xue (bleeding); Han (sweating); Han (coldness); Chi Zhong Chi (slow chi mai)
What are the Counter Indications for Sāng jú yĭn 桑菊飲 (桑菊饮)? CTX: Wind cold cough
What are the Counter Indications for Yín qiào săn 銀翹散 (银翘散)? CTX: for damp-ht, modify (w-ht, use sweat; w-damp, drain damp ht via urine) // wind heat only: CI for wind cold, cold type allergies
What are the Counter Indications for Má xìng shí gān tāng 麻杏石甘散 (麻杏石甘散)? CTX: Wheezing/SOB d/t cold; SOB d/t deficiency
What are the Counter Indications for Shēng má gé gēn tāng 桂枝加葛根湯 (桂枝加葛根汤)? CTX: Yin type heat
What are the Counter Indications for Chái gé jiĕ jī tāng 柴葛解肌湯 (柴葛解肌汤)? CTX: wind-heat; wind cold still in taiyang stage; yangming fu syndrome
What are the Counter Indications for Gé gēn huáng qín huáng lián tāng 葛根黃芩黃連湯 (葛根黄芩黄连汤)? CTX: General CI for relieve surface formulas; herbs are guiding qi up; internal KD def – slow pulse
What are the Counter Indications for Rén shēn bài dú sǎn 人参败毒散? CTX: warm/drying, so c.i. for heat; pure excess conditions
What are the Counter Indications for Jiā jiǎn wēi ruí tāng 加減葳蕤湯? CTX: Internal yang def – slow pulse, lin syndrome, sweating which damage int yang qi
Created by: Greg Miller on 2010-02-10



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