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Board Formulas II

NCCAOM formula names in pinyin and functions

Ma Huang Tang releases exterior cold arrests wheezing (exterior repletion)
Gui Zhi Tang releases pathogens from the muscle layer regulates ying and wei (exterior vacuity)
Ge Gen Tang releases the muscle layer generates fluids (exterior repletion with aches)
Xiao Qing Long Tang releases the exterior, expels thin mucus, warms the lungs, directs rebellious qi down (exterior repletion)
(Jia Wei) Xiang Su San Promotes sweating releases the exterior (common cold year round)
Sang Ju Yin Dispereses wind, clears heat, stops coughing by facilitating Lung qi (slight fever, cough)
Yin Qiao San Disperses wind heat, clears heat, resolves toxicity (fever w/ sore throat)
Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang Releases pathogens from the muscle layer, clears interior heat (fever with stiffnes)
Sheng Ma Ge Gen Tang releases the muscle layer, vents rashes (uneven rashes)
Ren Shen Bai Du San Releases the exterior, dispels wind & damp, augments qi (exterior attack w/ qi deficiency)
Jia Jian Wei Rui Tang releases the exterior, clears heat, induces sweating, nourishes yin
Da Cheng Qi Tang Vigorously purges heat accumulation (constipation)
Xiao Cheng Qi Tang purges heat accumulation (constipation with less dryness)
Tiao Wei Cheng Qi Tang mildly purges clumped heat (mild constipation w/o distention)
Run Chang Wan moistens the intestines, unblocks the bowels (elderly, postpartum dry constipation)
Ma Zi Ren Wan moistens the intestines unblocks the bowels drains heat moves qi (hard dry bound stool)
Ji Chuan Jian warms the kidneys nourishes blood and essence moistens the intestines unblocks the bowels (Kidney yang vacuity constipation)
Xiao Chai Hu Tang Harmonizes and releases shao yang disorders (alternating fever and chills)
Si Ni San vents pathogens releases constraint supports the spleen courses liver qi (cold extremities w/ warm body)
Xiao Yao San Strengthens the spleen nourishes the blood spreads liver qi (hypochondriac pain)
Tong Xie Yao Feng Tonifies the spleen softens the liver expels damp stops diarrhea (painful diearrhea)
Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang harmonizes the stomach directs rebelious qi down disperses clumping eliminates focal distention (epigastric distention with vomiting)
Da Chai Hu Tang harmonizes the shao yang releases internal clumping from heat (alternating fever and chills w/ internal heat signs)
Ge Gen Huang Qin Huang Lian Tang releases the exterior and drains heat
Bai Hu Tang clears qi level heat, alleviates thirst, generates fluids, drains stomach fire (4 bigs)
Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang Clears heat generates fluids augments qi harmonizes the stomach (more nourishing, for fluid damage)
Qing Ying Tang clears the nutritive level relieves fire toxin drains heat nourishes yin (night high fever with a scarlet dry tongue)
Xi Jiao Di Huang Tang Clears heat, resolves toxin, nourishes yin, nourishes blood, resolves blood stasis, stops bleeding (fever w/ bleeding or black stools)
Huang Lian Jie Du Tang drains fire resolves toxicity (high fever)
Xie Xin Tang Drains fire resolves toxicity dries dampness (fever w/ epigastric focal distention)
Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin clears heat, eliminates fire toxin, disperses wind heat (high fever w/ headache)
Liang Ge San drains and unblocks the bowels by clearing the upper burner and draining the middle burner (heat & irritability in the chest and abdomen)
Qing Wen Bai Du Yin Clears heat, resolves toxicity, cools the blood, drains fire (severe heat with damage to fluids)
Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang facilitates the flow of lung qi, clears heat, calms wheezing by directing qi down (fever w/ wheezing or cough)
Xie Bai San Drains heat from the lung calms wheezing (pediatric cough and wheezing w/ fever)
Xie Huang San Clears lurking fire from the spleen and stomach (mouth ulcers)
Qing Wei San Clears stomach fire, cools the blood, nourishes yin (toothache, facial swelling)
Yu Nu Jian clears heat from the stomach nourishes yin (kidney vacuity with replet stomach fire)
Dao Chi San clears the heart promotes urination (heart fire falling into the small intestine)
Long Dan Xie Gan Tang drains fire from the liver and gallbladder drains damp heat from the lower jiao (replete heat in channels or gallstones, uti, hepatitis)
Zuo Jin Wan clears liver heat directs rebellious qi down stops vomiting (hypochondriac pain, vomiting)
Shao Yao Tang regulates and harmonizes qi and blood clears heat dries damp resolves toxicity (amoebic dysentery pus=blood)
Bai Tou Weng Tang clears heat resolves toxicity cools the blood relieves dysentery (dysentery blood > pus)
Qing Hao Bei Jia Tang nourishes yin vents heat (night fever morning coolness)
Qing Gu San clears heat from deficiency alleviates steaming bone disorder
Dang Gui Liu Huang Tang enriches yin drains fire stabilizes the exterior stops sweating (fever w/ night sweats)
Xiang Ru San releases the exterior, scatters cold, transforms damp, harmonizes the middle (chills with warm skin, no sweat)
Liu Yi San clears summerheat resolves damp augments qi (summerheat damp)
Wu Zhu Yu Tang warms and tonifies the Liver and Stomach directs rebellious qi down stops vomiting (yangming channel pattern with vomiting) (jueyin channel pattern with dry heaves)
Xiao Jian Zhong Tang warms and tonifies the middle burner eases spasmodic abdominal pain (gui zhi tang + yi tang)
Da Jian Zhong Tang warms and tonifies the middle burner, directs rebellious qi down, alleviates pain (postoperative ileus)
Si Ni Tang rescues devestated yang warms the middle burner stops diarrhea (4 reversals, incessant diarrhea)
Sheng Jiang Xie Xin Tang harmonizes the stomach reduces focal distention disperse clumping expels water (epigastric focal distention)
Gan Cao Xie Xin Tang Severe stomach qi deficiency (undigested food)
Si Jun Zi Tang Tonifies qi strengthens the spleen (qi vacuity)
Shen Ling Bai Zhu San augments qi strengthens the spleen leaches out dampness stops diarrhea (loose stools, weak spleen)
Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang tonifies the middle Augments qi raises yang lifts what has sunken (prolapse)
Yu Ping Feng San Augments qi stabilizes the exterior stops sweating (wei qi vacuity)
Sheng Mai San augments qi generates fluids preserves the yin stops excessive sweating (weak pulse)
Si Wu Tang tonifies blood regulates the liver (liver blood vacuity)
Dang Gui Bu Xue Tang Tonifies qi generates blood (delayed menses or infertility)
Shao Yao Gan Cao Tang Nourishes blood augments yin moderates painful spasms, alleviates pain (muscle spasms)
Ba Zheng Tang tonifies and augments qi and blood (qi and blood vacuity)
Shi Quan Da Bu Tang warms and tonifies qi and blood (qi blood and yin deficiency)
Gui Pi Tang augments qi nourishes blood strengthens the spleen nourishes the heart (insomnia)
Zhi Gan Cao Tang Augments qi nourishes blood enriches yin restores the pulse (palpitations)
Tai Shan Pan Shi San augments qi strengthens the spleen nourishes the blood quiets the fetus (threatened miscarriage)
Liu Wei Di Huang Wan Enriches the yin nourishes the kidneys (low back weakness, night sweats)
Du Qi Wan tonifies and gently warms the kidneys (chronic wheezing)
Qi Ju Di Huang Wan tonifies the liver and kidney yin (dry eyes, diminished vision)
Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan Nourishes yin clears heat, drains fire alleviates steaming bone (night sweats/nocturnal emissions)
Zuo Gui Yin nourishes yin tonifies the kidneys (kidney marrow and essence deficiency)
Zuo Gui Wan nourishes yin enriches the kidneys fills essence augments marrow
Da Bu Yin Wan enriches yin drains fire downward (steaming bone w/ afternoon fever)
Yi Guan Jian enriches yin spreads liver qi (hypochondriac pain)
Er Zi Wan tonifies the liver and kidney (mild liver and kidney yin vacuity)
Bai He Gu Jin Tang nourishes yin moistens the lungs transforms phlegm stops cough (cough w/ bloody sputum)
(Jin Gui) Shen Qi Wan warms and tonifies kidney yang (mild kidney yang vacuity)
You Gui Wan warms and tonifies kidney yang tonifies essence nourishes blood (severe kidney yang vacuity)
You Gui Yin warms the kidney replenishes the essence (kidney yang vacuity or true cold false heat)
Er Xian Tang warms kidney yang tonifies kidney essence drains fire from the kidney regulates the chong and ren (menopausal symptoms)
Mu Li San Inhibits sweating stabilizes the exterior (spontaneous/night sweat)
Zhen Ren Yang Zang Tang warms the middle tonifies deficiency restrains leakage from the intestines stops diarrhea (chronic diarrhea)
Si Shen Wan warms and tonifies the spleen and kidneys binds the intestines and stops diarrhea (daybreak diarrhea)
Jin Suo Gu Jing Wan stabilizes the kidneys binds up the semen (chronic spermatorrhea)
Sang Piao Xiao San regulates and tonifies the heart and kidneys stabilizes the essence stops leakage (frequent urination)
Shou Tai Wan stabilizes the kidneys and calms the fetus (kidney vacuity miscarriage threat)
Gu Jin Wan enriches yin clears heat stops bleeding stabilizes the menses (continuous uterine bleeding)
Wan Dai Tang tonifies the middle strengthens the spleen transforms damp stops vaginal discharge (profuse thin leukorrhea)
Tian Wang Bu Xin Dan enriches yin nourishes blood clears heat calms the spirit (irritability, heart and kidney)
Suan Zao Ren Tang nourishes blood clears heat calms the spirit eliminates irritability (insomnia, liver)
Huang Lian E Jiao Tang enriches yin descends fire calms the spirit eliminates irritability (insomnia, heat)
Gan Mai Dai Zao Tang nourishes the heart calms the spirit harmonizes the middle relaxes hypertonicity (labile emotions)
Yue Ju Wan relieves all 6 stagnations (qi, blood, phlegm, damp, cold)
Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang moves qi and releases constraint (flank pain from Liver qi stagnation)
Ban Xia Hou Po Tang moves qi dissipates clumps directs qi down transforms phlegm (plum pit qi)
Liang Fu Wan warms the middle dispels cold promotes qi movement alleviates pain (cold epigastric pain)
Jin Ling Zi San spreads liver qi clears heat invigorates blood stops pain (pain aggravated by heat)
Tian Tai Wu Yao San spreads liver qi scatters cold alleviates pain (cold hernia)
Nuan Gan Jian warms the liver and kidneys moves qi alleviates pain (pain in low abdomen from cold stagnation)
Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang directs qi down stops wheezing and coughing transforms phlegm cold (cough & wheeze with copious sputum)
Xuan Fu Dai Zhe Tang directs qi down augments qi transforms phlegm harmonizes the stomach (stomach qi ascending)
Ding Chuan Tang disseminates lung qi clears heat transforms phlegm stops wheezing (cough)
Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang directs qi down stops hiccup clears heat augments qi (heat hiccup)
Ding Xiang Shi Di Tang augments qi warms the middle directs qi down stops hiccup (cold hiccup)
Tao He Cheng Qi Tang drains heat breaks up blood stasis (lower abdominal pain, no difficult urination)
Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang invigorates blood dispels stasis spreads liver qi unblocks the channels (pain in the chest)
Ge Xia Zhu Yu Tang invigorates blood dispels blood stasis moves qi alleviates pain (abdominal masses from blood stasis)
Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang invigorates blood dispels stasis warms menses alleviates pain (masses or pain in lower abdomen)
Shen Tong Zhu Yu Tang invigorates blood moves qi unblocks collaterals unblocks bi alleviates pain (whole body pain)
Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang tonifies qi invigorates blood unblocks the channels (sequelae of wind stroke)
Fu Yuan Huo Xue Tang invigorates blood dispels blood stasis spreads liver qi unblocks the channels (chest pain from trauma)
Created by: AlyciaAskew