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📒 a guide to how to modify classic chinese herbal prescriptions as per individual needs. join and share your expertise with the community 👩⚕️🤝👨⚕️
a new guide is born – the tcm pocketguide – for students and practitioners of traditional chinese herbal medicine from all over the world. 🌎
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👉 this herb is used for patterns with qi stagnation, food stagnation, phlem, chest-bi.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of zhi shi
👉 the chinese herbal prescription ban xia xie xin tang is used for heat and cold blockage in the middle jiao, upper jiao heat and middle jiao cold, impaired separation of the pure and impure, disharmony between stomach and intestines.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of ban xia xie xin tang
👉 this herb is used for patterns with disharmonies especially in the upper jiao! damp-heat, toxic heat, fire toxin, blood-heat bleeding, restless fetus from heat, liver yang rising.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of huang qin
👉 the chinese herbal prescription si ni san is used for liver qi stasis heat constraint blocking the spreading of yang qi, true heat and false cold, liver attacking the spleen, jue yin and shao yin heat.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of si ni san
👉 the chinese herbal prescription xiao chai hu tang is used for at shao yang stage trapped pathogen that is struggling with zheng qi, liver qi stasis with spleen xu dampness, heat in the liver, gallbladder, stomach, lungs.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of xiao chai hu tang