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Formulas 1

Midterm - Yu

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Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin - chief herb(s) huang lian, huang qin
Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin - actions clear heat, relieve toxicity, disperse w-h
Liang Ge San - chief herb(s) lian qiao
Liang Ge San - actions drain fire, unblock bowels, clear upper heat, purge downward
Liang Ge San - indications fire heat in UJ & MJ; heat accumulated in chest and diaphragm regions
Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin - indications acute massive febrile d/o of head d/t w-h (da tou wen)
Xie Xin Tang - herb composition da huang, huang lian, huang qin
Xie Xin Tang - actions drain fire & relieve toxicity, dry dampness and reduce distention
Xie Xin Tang - indications bleeding d/t internal excess fire; jaundice d/t d-h; fire blazing up; carbuncle or boils w/irritability, constipation
Huang Lian Jie Du Tang - herb composition huang lian, huang qin, huang bai, zhi zi
Huang Lian Jie Du Tang - actions drain heat, relieve toxicity
Huang Lian Jie Du Tang - indications excess heat or fire toxicity in SanJiao
Qing Wei Bai Du Yin - chief herb(s) shi gao, zhi mu, gan cao
Qing Wei Bai Du Yin - actions clear heat, cool blood, drain fire, relieve toxicity
Qing Wei Bai Du Yin - indications severe toxic fire in Qi/Blood levels
Hua Ban Tang - chief shi gao
Hua Ban Tang - actions clear heat from Qi level, cool blood
Hua Ban Tang - indications febrile d/o entering Qi/Blood level
Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin - herb composition jin yin hua, pu gong yin, zi hua di ding, zi bei tian kui, ye ju hua
Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin - actions clear heat, relieve toxicity, dissipate boils/sores
Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin - indications boils/sores/carbuncles d/t toxic fire
Si Miao Yong An Tang - chief herb(s) jin yin hua
Si Miao Yong An Tang - actions clear heat, relieve toxicity, invigorate blood, relieve pain
Si Miao Yong An Tang - indications ulcerated sores (tuo ju) which are dark red, hot, slightly swollen and painful
Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin - chief herb(s) jin yin hua
Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin - actions clear heat, relieve toxicity, reduce swelling, dissipate nodules
Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin - indications early-stage of carbuncles and sores
Wu Ji San - chief herb(s) ma huang, bai zhi, rou gui, gan jiang
Wu Ji San - actions RE and warm interior, smooth qi and transform phlegm, invigorate blood and reduce accumulation
Wu Ji San - indications external w-c and internal cold injury
Hou Po Qi Wu Tang - actions release muscle and exterior, regulate qi, unblock bowels
Hou Po Qi Wu Tang - indications concurrent TaiYang/YangMing disease - exterior not yet resolved, but interior excess already developed
Da Chai Hu Tang - chief herb(s) da huang, chai hu
Da Chai Hu Tang - actions harmonize Shaoyang, drain internal clumping heat
Da Chai Hu Tang - indications concurrent ShaoYang/YangMing disease
Fang Feng Tong Sheng San - chief herb(s) fang feng, ma huang, da huang, mang xiao
Fang Feng Tong Sheng San – actions disperse wind, RE, drain heat, unblock bowels
Fang Feng Tong Sheng San - indications exterior w-h and interior excess heat
Ge Gen Huang Qin Huang Lian Tang - chief herb(s) ge gen
Ge Gen Huang Qin Huang Lian Tang - actions RE, clear internal heat
Ge Gen Huang Qin Huang Lian Tang - indications exterior not completely released, evil heat entering internally
Ge Gen Huang Qin Huang Lian Tang - herb composition ge gen, huang lian, huang qin, zhi gan cao
Shi Gao Tang - chief herb(s) shi gao
Shi Gao Tang - actions clear heat, relieve toxicity, RE, induce sweating
Shi Gao Tang - indications interior SanJiao heat while exterior condition still lingers
Zhi Zi Chi Tang - chief herb(s) zhi zi
Zhi Zi Chi Tang - actions clear constrained heat, release irritability
Zhi Zi Chi Tang - indications fever, irritability, insomnia
Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang - chief herb(s) dan shu ye, shi gao
Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang - actions clear heat, generate fluids, tonify qi, harmonize ST
Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang - indications febrile disorders injuring Qi and fluids with lingering heat
Bai Hu Tang – herb composition shi gao, zhi mu, geng mi, zhi gan cao
Bai Hu Tang – actions clear heat, generate fluids
Bai Hu Tang – indications excess heat in YangMing/Qi level
Bai Hu Jia Ren Shen Tang - actions clear heat, tonify qi, generate fluids
Bai Hu Jia Ren Shen Tang - indications YangMing syndrome with Qi/Jin (fluids) injury
Bai Hu Jia Gui Zhi Tang - actions clear heat, unblock channels, harmonize Ying/Wei
Bai Hu Jia Gui Zhi Tang - indications warm malarial disorders
Bai Hu Jia Cang Zhu Tang - actions clear heat, drain dampness
Bai Hu Jia Cang Zhu Tang - indications damp-warm febrile disorder; w-d-c Bi
Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan - herb composition xi jiao, sheng di huang, chi shao, mu dan pi
Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan - actions clear heat, relieve toxicity, coll blood, invigorate blood stasis
Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan - indications heat in xue/blood level; bleeding d/t heat
Qing Ying Tang - chief herb(s) xi jiao
Qing Ying Tang - actions clear ying, relieve toxicity, drain heat, nourish yin
Qing Ying Tang - indications heat in Ying level
Qing Gong Tang - actions clear heat, relieve toxicity, nourish yin, generate fluids
Qing Gong Tang - indications febrile disorder invading PC
Dao Chi San - chief herb(s) sheng di huang
Dao Chi San - actions clear heat, promote urination
Dao Chi San - indications fire in HT channel; HT heat transforming into SI
Ma Huang Tang – herb composition ma huang, gui shi, xing ren, zhi gan cao
Ma Huang Tang – actions RE, induce sweating, facilitate LU qi, stop wheezing
Ma Huang Tang – indications Exterior w-c excess
Da Qing Long Tang – herb composition ma huang tang +Shi Gao, Sheng Jiang, Da Zao
Da Qing Long Tang – actions Induce sweat, RE, clear heat, relieve irritability
Da Qing Long Tang – indications Exterior cold with internal heat
Gui Zhi Tang – herb composition gui zhi, bai shao, sheng jiang, da zao, zhi gan cao
Gui Zhi Tang – actions Release exterior from muscle layer, harmonize Ying/Wei
Gui Zhi Tang – indications Exterior w-c deficiency
Gui Zhi Jia Ge Gen Tang – herb composition gui zhi tang + ge gen
Gui Zhi Jia Ge Gen Tang – actions RE from muscle layer, relax sinews
Gui Zhi Jia Ge Gen Tang – indications w-C lodged in TaiYang channel; harmonize ying/wei
Ge Gen Tang - herb composition gui zhi tang + ge gen, ma huang
Ge Gen Tang - actions RE & muscle layer; generate fluids
Ge Gen Tang - indications F/C w/no sweat, stiff neck/upper back
Gui Zhi Jia Hou Po Xing Zi Tang - composition gui zhi tang +hou po, xing ren
Gui Zhi Jia Hou Po Xing Zi Tang - actions RE from muscle layer, descend qi, stop wheezing
Gui Zhi Jia Hou Po Xing Zi Tang - indications gui zhi tang symptoms w/asthma/wheezing
Jiu Wei Qiang Huo Tang – chief herb(s) Qiang huo, fang feng
Jiu Wei Qiang Huo Tang - actions Release exterior damp and clear interior heat
Jiu Wei Qiang Huo Tang - indications Exterior w-c-d and interior heat, HA
Cong Chi Tang - herb composition Cong bai, dan dou chi
Cong Chi Tang - actions Release exterior and induce sweating
Cong Chi Tang - indications Mild w-c invasion
Jia Wei Xiang Su San - chief herb(s) Zi su ye, jing jie
Jia Wei Xiang Su San - actions Induce sweating, release exterior
Jia Wei Xiang Su San - indications Exterior w-c with qi stagnation
Xiao Qing Long Tang - chief herb(s) ma huang, gui zhi
Xiao Qing Long Tang - actions RE & transform congested fluids, warm LU, stop wheezing
Xiao Qing Long Tang - indications Exterior w-c excess with internal phlegm / for cough/wheeze d/t fluid/phlegm retention
Sang Ju Yin - chief herb(s) Sang ye, ju hua
Sang Ju Yin - actions Expel wind, clear heat, disseminate LU Qi, stop cough
Sang Ju Yin - indications Early-stage of wind febrile d/o
Yin Qiao San - chief herb(s) Jin yin hua, lian qiao
Yin Qiao San - actions Acrid cool to disperse exterior, clear heat and relieve toxicity
Yin Qiao San - indications w-h invasion
Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang - herb composition ma huang, shi gao, xing ren, gan cao
Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang - actions Acrid cool to disperse exterior, clear LU and stop wheezing
Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang - indications Severe w-h invasion w/high fever  heat in interior & in LU
Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang - chief herb(s) Ge gen, Chai Hu
Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang - actions Release exterior from muscle layer and clear heat
Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang - indications Wind-cold transforming into heat
Ren Shen Bai Du San - chief herb(s) Qiang Huo, Du Huo
Ren Shen Bai Du San - actions Disperse cold, expel damp, tonify Qi, release exterior
Ren Shen Bai Du San - indications w-d-c invasion w/qi deficiency constitution
Jing Fan Bai Du San - actions Induce sweating & RE, reduce swelling, alleviate pain
Jing Fan Bai Du San - indications Early stage of sores
Zai Zao San - chief herb(s) Huang Qi, Ren Shen
Zai Zao San - actions Tonify yang and strengthen qi, RE, disperse cold
Zai Zao San - indications w-d invasion w/yang qi deficiency
Ma Huang Fu Zi Xin Tang - herb composition ma huang, fu zi, xi xin
Ma Huang Fu Zi Xin Tang - actions Strengthen yang, RE
Ma Huang Fu Zi Xin Tang - indications Yang xu w/w-c invasion
Cong Bai Qi Wei Yin - chief herb(s) Cong bai, Sheng di huang
Cong Bai Qi Wei Yin – actions Nourish blood, release exterior
Cong Bai Qi Wei Yin - indications w-c invasion w/blood deficiency or blood loss
Jia Jian Wei Rui Tang - chief herb(s) Yu Zhu, Bo He
Jia Jian Wei Rui Tang - actions Nourish yin and release exterior
Jia Jian Wei Rui Tang - indications w-h invasion w/yin deficiency
Long Dan Xie Gan Tang – chief herb(s) Long Dan Cao
Long Dan Xie Gan Tang - action Drain excess fire from LR/GB, clear d-h from L J
Long Dan Xie Gan Tang – indications LR & GB excess heat; LR-GB d-h transforming into L J
Xie Qing Wan – chief herb(s) Long Dan Cao
Xie Qing Wan – action Clear LR, drain fire
Xie Qing Wan – indications Constrained LR fire – eye probs, constipation, short temper
Zuo Jin Wan – herb composition Huang Lian, Wu Zhu Yu
Zuo Jin Wan – action Drain LR fire, descend rebellious qi, stop vomiting
Zuo Jin Wan – indication LR overacting on ST – hunger, acid reflux, V, epigastric fullness/distention. Belching
Xie Bai San – chief herb(s) Sang Bai Pi
Xie Bai San – action Clear LU heat, stop cough/wheezing
Xie Bai San – indication Cough/wheezing d/t LU heat
Ting Li Da Zao Xie Fei Tang – herbal composition Ting Li Zi, Da Zao
Ting Li Da Zao Xie Fei Tang – action Drain LU & drive out phlegm fluids, descend qi & calm wheezing
Ting Li Da Zao Xie Fei Tang – indications Phlegm turbidity obstructing LU
Wei Jing Tang – chief herb(s) Lu Gen (Wei Jing)
Wei Jing Tang – action Clear LU & transform phlegm, drive out blood stasis & discharge pus
Wei Jing Tang – indications LU abscess
Qing Wei San – chief herb(s) Huang Lian
Qing Wei San – action Drain ST fire and cool blood
Qing Wei San – indication ST fire causing toothache
Xie Huang San – chief herb(s) Shi Gao, Zhi Zi
Xie Huang San – action Drain smoldering fire from SP/ST
Xie Huang San – indication Smoldering fire in SP/ST – mouth ulceration, bad breath, thirst, hunger, tongue thrust in kids
Yu Nu Jian – chief herb(s) Shi Gao
Yu Nu Jian – action Clear ST heat and nourish yin
Yu Nu Jian – indication ST heat with Yin deficiency - Yin xu heat causing toothache
Shao Yao Tang – chief herb(s) Bai Shao
Shao Yao Tang – action Regulate & harmonize qi & blood, clear heat, relieve toxicity
Shao Yao Tang – indications Damp-heat dysentery - frequent diarrhea w/equal blood/pus, tenesmus
Bai Tou Weng Tang – herb composition Bai Tou Weng, Huang Lian, Huang Bai, Qin Pi
Bai Tou Weng Tang – action Clear heat & relieve toxicity, cool blood, stop dysentery
Bai Tou Weng Tang – indications Toxin heat dysentery – more blood, less pus
Qing Hao Bie Jia Tang – chief herb(s) Qing Hao, Bie Jia
Qing Hao Bie Jia Tang – action Nourish yin and vent heat
Qing Hao Bie Jia Tang – indication Later-stage febrile disorder and heat smoldering in yin regions
Qin Jiao Bie Jia San – chief herb(s) Qin Jiao, Bie Jia
Qin Jiao Bie Jia San – action Nourish yin & tonify blood, clear heat, alleviate steaming bone disorder
Qin Jiao Bie Jia San – indication Feng Lao (wind consumption)
Dang Gui Liu Huang Tang – chief herb(s) Dang Gui, Sheng di Huang, Shu di Huang
Dang Gui Liu Huang Tang – action Nourish yin, drain fire, stabilize exterior and stop sweating
Dang Gui Liu Huang Tang – indication Nightsweats d/t empty fire from yin deficiency - Excess & defic. heat  nightsweat w/red face, irritable, fever
Qing Gu San – chief herb(s) Yin Chai Hu
Qing Gu San – action Clear defic heat and alleviate steaming bone disorder
Qing Gu San – indication Steaming bone disorder d/t LR/KI yin deficiency
Qing Luo Yin – chief herb(s) Jin Yin Hua, Bian Dou Hua
Qing Luo Yin – action Expel summerheat and clear LU
Qing Luo Yin – indication Mild summerheat injuring LU
Xin Jia Xiang Ru Yin – chief herb(s) Xiang Ru
Xin Jia Xiang Ru Yin – action Expel summerheat & RE, clear heat, transform dampness
Xin Jia Xiang Ru Yin – indication Summerheat w/exterior cold
Xiang Ru San – chief herb(s) Xiang Ru
Xiang Ru San – action Expel summerheat, RE, Transform damp, harmonize MJ
Xiang Ru San – indication Exterior cold & interior dampness contracted in summer
Liu Yi San – herb composition Hua Shi, Gan Cao
Liu Yi San – action Clear summerheat and expel dampness
Liu Yi San – indication Summerheat with dampness
Gui Ling Gan Lu Yin – chief herb(s) Hua Shi
Gui Ling Gan Lu Yin – action Expel summerheat and clear heat, transform Qi, resolve dampness
Gui Ling Gan Lu Yin – indication Summerheat with internal dampness
Qing Shu Yi Qi San – chief herb(s) Xi Yang Shen, Xi Gua Cui Yi
Qing Shu Yi Qi San – action Clear summerheat, tonify Qi, nourish yin, generate fluids
Qing Shu Yi Qi San – indication Summerheat injuring qi and fluids
Created by: swacjet on 2011-06-25



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