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Herbal Comp Formula

2nd half of formulas for Herbal Comp

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Actions of Dang Gui Si Ni Tang 1) Warm the Channels; 2) Nourish Blood; 3) Disperse Cold; 4) Unblock blood vessels
Pathology of Dang Gui Si Ni Tang Cold in the channels with an underlying Blood Deficiency
Chief Sx of Dang Gui Si Ni Tang Chronic cold in the hands and feet that are cold to touch and cold to the patient. T=pale
Pathology of Li Zhong Tang Deficient Cold of the MW
Actions of Li Zhong Wan 1) Warm the MW; 2) Strengthen the SP and ST
Chief Sx of Li Zhong Wan Diarrhea with watery stools; nausea and vomiting; no appetite
Pathology of Wu Zhu Yu Tang- Patterns 1 and 2 Overall path = def cold in MW with Cold in LV Mai; #1Cold from Stomach Defciency; #2: Cold from Def in ST and cold in LV Channel
Actions of Wu Zhu Yu Tang Warm and Tonify the ST and LV; Direct Rebellious Qi downwards; Stop Vomiting
Pathology of Xiao Jian Zhong Tang Consumptive Disorder due to MW Yang Def leading to inbalance of Wei/Yin; Qi/Blood and Yin/Yang
Actions of Xiao Jian Zhong Tang 1) Warm and Tonify the MW; 2) moderate the spasms and pain in abdomen
Main Sx of Xiao Jian Zhong Tang intermittent spasmodic pain in abdomen that feels better with pressure and warmth.
Pathology of Si Ni Tang Kidney Yang Deficiency with Internal Cold
Actions of Si Ni TAng 1) Rescue Devastated Yang; 2) Warm the MW; 3) Stop Diarrhea
Herbs in Si Ni Tang Fu Zi; Gan Jiang; and Zhi Gan Cao
Pathology of Si Jun Zi Tang SP Qi def
Actions of Si Jun Zi Tang 1) Tonify Qi 2) Strengthen SP
Herbs in Si Jun Zi TAng Ren Shen; Bai Zhu; Fu Ling; Zhi Gan Cao
Pathology of Shen Ling Bai Zhu San SP Qi def. with dampness
Actions of Shen Ling Bai Zhu San 1)Tonify Qi; 2)Strengthen Spleen; 3)Leech out Dampness 4)Stop Diarrhea
Chief Sx of Shen Ling Bai Zhu San Loose Stools or Diarrhea; low appetite; weakness in extremities; distension in chest + epigastrium; pallid, wane complexion;
Pathology of Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang Spleen Qi deficiency with sinking SP Yang or just SP/ST Qi deficiency
Actions of Bu Zhong Yi Qi TAng 1)Tonify MW Qi; Raise sunken Yang Qi
Herbs that raise sunken Yang Qi in Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang Huang Qi; Chai Hu and Sheng Ma
Symptom of Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang Intermittent fever with exertion
Pathology of Sheng Mai San LU Qi and Yin Deficiency
Actions of Sheng Mai San 1)Augment Qi; 2)Generates Fluid; 3)Preserve the Yin 4)STop excessive sweating
Herbs of Sheng Mai San Wu Wei Zi; Mai Men Dong; Ren Shen
Pathology of Si Wu Tang Blood Deficiency
Actions of Si Wu Tang 1)Tonify Blood 2)Harmonize Blood
Herbs in Si Wu Tang Shu di; Dang Gui; Bai Shao; Chuan Xiong
Pathology of Gui Pi Tang Spleen Qi and Heart Blood Defiency
Actions of Gui Pi Tang 1)Augment Qi; 2)Tonify Blood 3)Strenghten SP; 4)Nourish Heart
Sx assoc. with Gui Pi Tang palpitations; dream-disturbed sleep; low appetite; fatigue
Pathology of Zhi Gan Cao Tang Consumptive Disorders with Qi and Blood Deficiency (undernourished Heart)
Actions of Zhi Gan Cao Tang 1)Augment the Qi; 2)Tonify Blood; 3)Enrich Yin; 4)Restore Pulse
Sx assoc. with Zhi Gan Cao Tang Palpitations; anxiety; insomnia; constipation; irritability
Pathology of Liu Wei Di Huang Wan KD and LV Yin Deficiency
Actions of Liu Wei Di Huang Wan 1)Enrich Yin; 2) Nourish KD; 3) Drain Heat
Herbs in Liu Wei Di Huang Wan Shu di; Shan Zhu Yu; Shan Yao; Ze Xie; Fu Ling and Mu Dan Pi
Pathology of Zuo Gui Wan KD Yin, Essence and Marrow Def.
Actions of Zuo Gui Wan 1)Nourish Yin; 2)Enrich KD; 3)Supplement Essence 4)Benefits Marrow
Pathology of Yi Guan Jian LV/KD Yin def with Qi Stagnation
Pathology of Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan KD Yang Def
Herbs in Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan Liu Wei Di Huang Wan + Fu Zi and Rou Gui
Pathology of You Gui Wan KD Yang Def. with waning of Fire at the Gate of Vitality
Actions of You Gui Wan 1)Warm and Tonify KD Yang; 2)Replenish Essence; 3)Tonify Blood
Pathology of Ban Xia Hou Po Tang Plum Pit Qi
Pathology of Liang Fu Wan LV Qi stasis with Cold congealing in the ST
Actions of Liang Fu Wan 1)Move LV Qi; 2)Warm MW; 3)Dispel Cold; 4)Alleviate Pain
Pathology of Jin Ling Zi San LV Qi Stasis with Heat
Actions of Jin Ling Zi San 1)Spread LV Qi; 2)Drain Heat 3)Regulate LV Qi 4)Alleviate Pain
Herbs in Jin Ling Zi San Chuang Lian Zi and Yan Hu Suo
Pathology of Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang Cold Phlegm Accumulation in the LU and KD not grasing Qi
Actions of Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang 1)Direct Rebellious Qi downwards; 2)Stop Wheezing; 3)Stop coughing; 4) Warm and Transform Phlegm-Cold
Pathology of Ding Chuan Tang Wind Cold on the Exterior and Phlegm Heat smoldering on the interior (LU)
Treats Hot Asthma Ding Chuan
Treats Cold Asthma Xiao Qing Long Tang
Pathology of Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang Rebellious ST Qi due to ST def. with Heat
Actions of Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang 1)Direct Rebellious Qi downwards; 2)Clear Heat; 3)Stop hiccups; 4)Augment Qi
Pathology of Tao He Cheng Qi Tang Accumulation of Blood Stasis and Heat in the LW
Actions of Tao He Cheng Qi Tang 1)Drain Heat 2)Break up Blood Stasis
Pathology of Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang Blood Stasis in the Chest with LV Qi Constraint
Actions of Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang 1)Invigorate Blood 2)Dispel Blood Stasis; 3)Spread LV Qi; 4)Unblock CHannels
Symptoms assoc. w/ Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang Chest and Hypochondrial pain; chronic stubborn H/A with fixed piercing quality
Pathology of Shi Xiao San Pain due to Blood Stasis in lower or middle abdo, epigastrium or chest.
Actions of Shi Xiao San 1)Invigorate Blood; 2)Dispel Blood Stasis; 3)Disperse Accumulations; 4)Alleviate Pian
Herbs in Shi Xiao San Pu Huang and Wu Ling Zhi
Pathology of Bu Yang Huang Wu Tang Blood Stasis due to Qi defiency (following Wind Stroke)
Actions of Bu Yang Huang Wu Tang 1)Tonify Qi; 2)Invigorate Blood 3)Unblock Channels
Pathology of Sheng Hua Tang Blood Stasis in the Womb Post Partum due to Cold entering the Abdomen
Actions of Sheng Hua Tang 1)Invigorate Blood 2)Transform and Dispel Blood Stasis; 3)Warm Menses 4)Alleviate Pain
Sx assoc. w/ Sheng Hua Tang Retention of Lochia with cold and pain in lower abdo
Pathology of Wen Jing Tang Cold from Deficiency of Ren and Chong with Blood Stasis
Actions of Wen Jing Tang 1)Warm the Menses; 2)Dispel Blood Stasis; 3)Dispel Cold; 4)Nourish the Blood
Herbs in Wen Jing Tang Wu Zhu Yu; Gui Zhi; Dang Gui; Bai Shao; Chuan Xiong; E Jiao; Mai Men Dong; Mu Dan Pi; Ren Shen; Ban Xia; Sheng Jiang; Gan Cao
Pathology of Fu Yuan Huo Xue Tang Blood and Qi Stasis due to trauma
Actions of Fu Yuan Huo Xue Tang 1)Dispel Blood Stasis; 2)Invigorate Blood; 3)Spread LV Qi; 4)Unblock Channels
Symptom assoc. with Fu Huan Huo Xue Tang Severe Pain
Pathology of Shi Hui San Fire Blazing up to the MW and LW and causing reckless bleeding from Nose, in vomit, in sputum
Actions of Shi Hui San 1)Cool Blood; 2)Stop Bleeding
Symptoms assoc with Huai Hua San Bright Red bleeding from the rectum; hemorrhoids
Pathology of Xiao Ji Yin Zi Static heat accumulating in LW and causing bleeding into urine
Actions of Xiao Ji Yin Zi 1)Cool Blood; 2) Stop Bleeding; 3)Promote urination; 4)unblock Lin syndrome
Major Sx assoc.w/ Xiao Ji Yin Zi Bloody painful urinary dysfunction
Pathology of Qing Re Zhi Beng Tang Uterine Bleeding due to heat entering Blood level of LV channel and causing reckless bleeding
Pathology of Huang Tu Tang Bleeding due to SP Yang def. failing to control blood
Pathology of Jiao Ai Tang Uterine bleeding due to injured and deficient Chong and Ren and Blood Def with Cold in the Womb
Actions of Jiao Ai Tang 1)Nourish Blood; 2)Stop Bleeding; 3) Regulate Menses; 4) Calm Fetus
Pathology of Yu Ping Feng San Lu and Wei Qi def.
Actions of Yu Ping Feng San 1)Stabilize Exterior; 2)Augment Qi; 3)Stop Sweating
Herbs in Yu Ping Feng San Huang Qi; Fang Feng; Bai Zhu
Pathology of Dang Gui Liu Huang TAng Night Sweats due to raging fire from Yin Def
Herbs in Dang Gui Liu Huang Tang Dang Gui; SHu di; Sheng di; Huang Bai; Huang Qin; Huang Lian; Huang Qi
Pathology of Zhen Ren Yang Zang Tang Chronic Diarrhea or dysentery due to SP and KD Yang Def.
Actions of Zhen Ren Yang Zang Tang 1)Tonify Def; 2)Warm the MW; 3)Restrain Leakage from Intestines; 4) STop Diarrhea
Pathology of Si Shen Wan Cocks crow diarrhea due to SP and KD Yang Def
Actions of Si Shen Wan 1)Warm and Tonify SP and KD Yang; 2)Bind up intestines; 3)Stop diarrhea
Pathology of Sang Piao Xiao San Heart and KD Qi deficiency
Sx assoc. w/ Sang Piao Xiao San Frequent urination (gray and cloudy urine); spermatorrhea;disorientation; forgetfulness. T= pale with white t.c.
Pathology of Suo Quan Wan KD Qi Def causing cold and Def of the Bladder
Actions of Suo Quan Wan 1) Warm the KD; 2)Dispel Cold 3)Stop frequent urination; 4) stop leakage
Herbs in Suo Quan Wan Yi Zhi Ren; Wu Yao; Shan Yao
Pathology of Gu Chong Tang Abnormal uterine bleeding due to SP Qi def not governing Blood and Chong Def not stabilizing Blood
Sx assoc. w/ Gu Chong Tang Uterine Bleeding or profuse menstrual bleeding in which the blood is thin and pale
Pathology of Wan Dai Tang SP Def with dampness and LV qi stasis causing profuse vaginal discharge
Actions of Wan Dai Tang 1)Tonify MW; 2)Strengthen SP; 3) Transform Dampness; 4)Stop vaginal Discharge
Sx assoc. with Wan DAi Tang Profuse vaginal discharge that is white or pale yellow, thin and not smelly
Pathology of Tian Wang Bu Xin Dan KD and Heart Yin def. with Empty Heat disturbing the Interior
Actions of Tian Wang Bu Xin Dan 1)Enrich Yin; 2)Nourish Blood; 3)Tonify Heart; 4)Calm Spirit
Pathology of Suan Zao Ren Tang LV Blood Def with Heat from Yin def
Actions of Suan Zao Ren TAng 1)Nourish BLood; 2)Calm Spirit; 3)Clear Heat; 4)Clear Irritability
Sx assoc with Suan Zao Ren TAng insomnia
Pathology of Huang Lian E Jiao Tang Fire from Yin Def affecting the Shen (HT/KD)
Actioins of Huang Lian E Jiao Tang 1)Enrich Yin; 2)Cause Fire to Descend; 3)Eliminate irritability; 4)Calm Spirit
Sx assoc. with Huang LIan E Jiao Tang Irritability
Pathology of xiao Feng San Wind Damp Cold invading the Body
Actions of Xiao Feng San 1)Disperse Wind; 2)Eliminate Damp; 3)Clear Heat; 4)Cool Blood
SX assoc. w/ Xiao Feng San Weepy, red, itchy lesions over large part of body
Pathology of Qian Zheng San Wind Phlegm blocking channels and collaterals of Face and Head (Bell's Palsey)
Actions of Qian Zheng San 1)Dispel Wind 2)Transform Phlegm; 3)Stop Spasms
Pathology of Zhen Gan Xi Feng Tang LV/KD Yin Def leading to ascendant LV Yang leading to internal Wind (precursor to Wind Stroke or Wind STroke)
Actions of Zhen Gan Xi Feng Tang 1)Extinguish Wind; 2)Sedate LV Yang; 3)Nourish Yin; 4)Anchor Yang
Pathology of Tian Ma Gou Teng Yin Ascendent LV Yang and internal LV Wind
Actions of Tian Ma Gou Teng Yin 1)Calm LV; 2)Extinguish Wind; 3)Clear Heat; 4)Invigorate Blood; 5)Tonify LV and KD
What is Tian Ma Gou Teng Yin commonly used to treat? HTN
Herbs in Tian Ma Gou Teng Yin that treat HTN Gou Teng; Huang Qin; Chuan Niu Xi; Du Zhong; and Sang Ji Sheng
Pathology of Er Chen Tang Damp Phlegm due to Spleen Qi Def
Actions of Er Chen TAng 1)Dry Dampness; 2)Transform Phlegm; 3)REgulate Qi and 4)Harmonize MW
Herbs in Er Chen Tang Ban Xia; Ju Hong; Fu Ling; Zhi Gan Cao
Pathology of Wen Dan Tang Disharmony of ST and GB with Phlegm Heat disturbing interior
Actions of Wen Dan Tang 1)Regulate Qi; 2)Transform Phelgm; 3)Clear GB and 4)Harmonize ST
Sx assoc. wi/ Wen Dan Tang Dizziness; verigo; nausea or vomiting; insomnia; bitter taste in mouth
Pathology of Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan Internal Clumping of Phlegm Heat in LU
Sx assoc. with Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan Coughing of yellow viscous sputum that is difficult to expectorate
Pathology of Bei Mu Gua Lou San Dry Phlegm stuck or trapped in LU
Sx assoc. w/ Bei Mu Gua Lou San Cough with deep seated sputum that is difficult to expectorate, wheezing and dry, sore throat
Pathology of San Zi Yang Qin Tang Cold Phlegm in LU with Qi and Food Stagnation
Actions of San Zi Yang Qin Tang 1)Direct Qi down; 2)Relax Diaphragm; 3)Transform Phlegm; 4)Reduce Food Stagnation
What are the 3 seeds in San Zi Yang Qin Tang Bai Jie Zi; Su Zi and Lai Fu Zi
Pathology of Zhi Sou San Wind attacking LU
Actions of Zhi Sou San 1)Stop Coughing; 2)Transform Phlegm; 3)Disperse the Exterior; 4)Disseminate LU Qi
Pathology of Ban Xia Bai Zhu Tian Ma Tang Upward disturbance of Wind Phlegm
Actions of Ban Xia Bai Zhu Tian Ma Tang 1)Strengthen SP; Dispel Dampness; 3)Transform Phelgm; Extinguish Wind
Sx assoc with Ban Xia Bai Zhu Tian Ma TAng Dizziness or vertigo; H/A; stifling sensation in chest; nausea or vomiting; copious sputum; T-white greasy t.c. and P-wiry and slippery
Pathology of Bao He Wan Acute relatively Mild Food Stagnation
Actions of Bao He Wan 1)Reduce Food Stagnation; 2)Harmonize Stomach
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