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Clearing Heat

Formulas - Yu - Clearing Heat

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What are the ingredients in Bai Hu Tang? Shi Gao, Zhi Mu, Geng Mi, Zhi Gan Cao
What is the role of Shi Gao in Bai Hu Tang? acrid, sweet and really cold so it clears heat, drains fire
What is the role of Zhi Mu in Bai Hu Tang? bitter, cold & moistening so it assists Shi Gao in clearing heat from lungs & stomach to relieve irritability, moistens dryness, and enriches yin
What are the roles of Geng Mi and Zhi Gan Cao in Bai Hu Tang? benefits stomach, protect fluids, prevent injury to the middle jiao
What are the actions of Bai Hu Tang? clear heat, generate fluids
What indications should you look for in a Bai Hu Tang syndrome? excess heat in yangming or qi level - high fever, red face, severe thirst, profuse sweating, aversion to heat, flooding forceful or slippery rapid pulse
What associated formula of Bai Hu Tang also addresses yangming syndrome with qi/jin injury? Bai Hu Ren Shen Tang - clears heat, tonify qi, generate fluids
What associated formula of Bai Hu Tang also addresses warm malarial disorders and wind damp heat Bi syndrome? Bai Hu Jia Gui Zhi Tang - clear heat, unblock channels, harmonize yingwei
What associated formula of Bai Hu Tang also addresses damp/warm febrile disorders (Shi Wen) Bai Hu Jia Cang Zhu Tang - clears heat, drains dampness
What are the chief herbs in Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang? Dan Zhu Ye, Shi Gao
What are the roles of Dan Zhu Ye and Shi Gao in Zhu Ye Shi gao Tang? clear yangming heat, alleviate irritability
What are the actions of Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang? clear heat, generate fluids, tonify qi, harmonize stomach
What indications should you look for in a Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang? febrile disorders (shang han, wen bing, summerheat) - injury qi & fluids w/ lingering heat - fever, sweating, chest stifling, irritability, nausea, vomiting, thirst, insomnoa, deficient and rapid pulse
What are the ingredients in Zhi Zi Chi Tang? Zhi Zi, Dan Dou Chi
What are the role of Zhi Zi in Zhi Zi Chi Tang? clears heat, alleviates irritability
What is the role of Dan Dou Chi in Zhi Zi Chi Tang? spreads and drains unformed, constrained heat in chest
What are the actions of Zhi Zi Chi Tang? clear constraint heat, release irritability
What are the indications you should look for in a Zhi Zi Chi Tang? fever, irritability, insomnia with tossing & turning in bed, restless feeling in chest, fullness & stifling sensation in chest & epigastrium, thin yellow coating, rapid pulse
What is the chief herb in Qing Ying Tang? Xi Jiao
What is the role of Xi Jiao in Qing Ying Tang? clears heat from the nutritive level, clears heart, calms spirit, cools blood, breaks up stasis
What are the actions of Qing Ying Tang? clear ying, relieve toxicity, drain heay, nourish yin
What indications should you look for in a Qin Ying Tang syndrome? heat in Ying level - fever worse at night, severe irritability, restlessness, insomnia, sometimes delirium, thirst or no thirst, faint or indistinct rashes, crimson dry tongue, thin rapid pulse
What are the ingredients in Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan? Xi Jiao, Sheng Di Huang, Chi Shao, Mu Dan Pi
What is the role of Xi Jiao in Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan? clears heart fire, cools blood, relieves fire toxin
What is the role of Sheng Di Huang in Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan? cools blood, stops bleeding, nourishes yin, clears heat
What are the roles of Chi Shao and Mu Dan Pi in Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan? cools blood, drain heat, invigorate blood, disperse blood heat
What are the actions of Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan? clear heat, relieve toxicity, cool blood, invigorate blood stasis
What indications should you look for in a Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan syndrome? Heat in Blood level (fever, delirium, dark purple skin rash, crimson tongue w/ prickles) and Bleeding d/t heat (vomiting blood, nosebleeding, blood in stools, blood in urine, crimson tongue, rapid pulse)
What is the chief herb in Huang Lian Jie Du Tang? Huang Lian
What are the actions of Huang Lian Jie Diu Tang? drain fire, relieve toxicity
What indications should you look for in a Huang Lian Jie Du Tang syndrome? excess heat or fire toxic in SanJiao - high fever, irritability, dry mouth & dry throat, red, painful eyes, insomnia, delirium, incoherent speech, febrile disorder with heat in blood
What is the chief herb in Liang Ge San? Lian Qiao
What are the actions of Liang Ge San? drain fire, unblock bowels, clear upper upper heat and purge downward
What indications should you look for in a Liang Ge San syndrome? fire heat in UJ/MJ, heat accumulated in chest & diaphragm regions - irritability & heat sensation in chest, red face, fever, mouth/tongue ulcers, sore/swollen throat, insomnia, constipation, dark yellow urine, slippery rapid pulse
What are the chief herbs in Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin? Huang Qin and Huang Lian
What are the actions fo Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin? clear heat, relieve toxicity, disperse wind heat
What indications should you look for in a Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin syndrome? da tou wen (acute massive febrile disorder of head) d/t wind heat and seasonal epidemic toxin in upper jiao
What are the ingredients in Qing Wen Bai Du Yin? Shi Gao, Zhi Mu, Zhi Gan Cao, Huang Lian, Huang Qin, Zhi Zi, Xi Jiao, Sheng Di, Chi Shao, Mu Dan Pi
What are the actions of Qing Wen Bai Du Yin? clear heat, cool blood, drain fire, relieve toxicity
What indications should you look for in a Qing Wen Bai Du Yin? severe toxic fire in Qi/Xue level - intense fever strong thirst, severe headaches, dry vomits, irritability, manic behaviors, rash, convulsion in extremities, cold hands and feet
What is the chief herb in Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin? Jin Yin Hua
What is the role of Jin Yin Hua in Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin? relieving toxicity in qi and blood levels, dissipates clumping
What are the actions of Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin? clear heat, relieve toxicity, reduce swelling, dissipate nodules, invigorate blood, alleviate pain
What indications should you look for in a Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin syndrome? early stage carbuncles and sores - red, swollen, hot, painful skin lesions, fever, slight chills, thin white yellow coating, rapid forceful pulse
What are the ingredients in Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin? Jin Yin Hua, Pu Gong Yin, Zi Hua Di Ding, Zi Bei Tian Kui, Ye Ju Hua
What is the role of Jin Yin Hua in Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin? clears heat in qi/blood level, dissipate clumping
what is the role of the other herbs in Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin? clear heat, relieve toxicity, cool blood
What are the actions of Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin? clear heat, relieve toxicity, dissipate boils and sores
What indications should you look for in a Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin syndrome? boils, sores, carbuncles due to toxic fire - early stage of boils, sores or carbuncles, localized swollen hot red painful, localized hard and deep rooted lesion
What is the chief herb in Si Miao Yong An Tang? Jin Yin Hua
What are the actions of Si Miao Yong An Tang? clear heat, relieve toxicity, invigorate blood, alleviate pain
What indications should you look for in a Si Miao Yong An Tang syndrome? tuo ju (sloughing ulceration) - ulcerated sores, localized red dark, hot, slightly swollen, excruciating pain in the limbs, local chronic discharge with pus, difficulty healing
What is the chief herb in Dao Chi San? Sheng Di Huang
What is the role of Sheng Di Huang in Dao Chi San? enters heart to cool blood, enters kidneys to nourish yin and generate fluids to control fire in heart
What are the actions of Dao Chi San? clear heart, promote urination
What indications should you look for in a Dao Chi San syndrome? Fire in Heart Channel - irritabilty w/ heat sensation in chest, thirst, red face, mouth/tongue ulcer, and Heart Heat Transforming into Small Intestine - urgent, scanty, painful urination, red tongue
What are the herbs in Zuo Jin Wan? Huang Lian and Wu Zhu Yu
What is the role of Huang Lian in Zuo Jin Wan? drains liver fire, clears stomach heat, rebellious qi directed downward
What is the role of Wu Zhu Yu in Zuo Jin Wan? 1)soothes liver qi, relieves constraint, 2) moderates cold nature of Huang Lian, 3) harmonizes ST to stop vomiting, 4) guides energy to liver
What are the actions of Zuo Jin Wan? drain liver fire, descend rebellious qi,stop vomiting
What indications should one look for in a Zuo Jin Wan syndrome? Liver overacting on Stomach - hypochondrial pain, gnawing hunger, acid regurgitation, vomiting, bitter taste, fullness and distension, belching, red tongue, yellow coating
What are the herbs in Bai Tou Weng Tang? Bai Tou Weng, Huang Lian, Huang Bai, Qin Pi
What is the role of Bai Tou Weng in Bai Toug Weng Tang? treat dysenteric disorders, clear damp heat, relieve fire toxin in blood level
What is the role of Huang Lian and Huang Bai in Bai Tou Weng Tang? dry damp, clear toxic heat
What is the role of Qin Pi in Bai Tou Weng Tang syndrome? restrain diarrhea, enhances other herbs
What are the actions of Bai Tou Weng Tang? clear heat, relieve toxicity, cool blood, stop dysentery
What indications should you look for in a Bai Tou Weng Tang syndrome? toxic heat dysentery with abdominal pain, tenesmus, burning sensation ina anus, diarrhea with more blood than pus, thirst, red tongue, yellow coating, wiry, rapid pulse
What is the chief herb in Long Dan Xie Gan Tang? Long Dan Cao
What is the role of Long Dan Cao in Long Dan Xie Gan Tang? drains excess heat from LR/GB, eliminates damp heat in LJ
What is the action of Long Dan Xie Gan Tang? drain excess fire from the LR/GB, clear damp heat from the LJ
What indications should one look for in a Long Dan Xie Gan Tang syndrome? Liver/Gallbladder Excess Heat and Liver/Gallbladder Damp Heat transforming into LJ
What is the chief herb in Wei Jing Tang? Lu Gen
What is the role of Lu Gen in Wei Jing Tang? clears heat from the Lung, treats Lung Abscess
What is the action of Wei Jing Tang? clear lung, transform phlegm, drive out blood stasis, discharge pus
What indications should one look for in a Wei Jing Tang syndrome? lung abscess, slight fever, cough with profuse sputum, even coughing foul smelling sputum or with blood and pus, chest pain
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