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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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👉 the chinese herbal prescription shi hui san is used for bleeding from fire in the upper and middle jiao. bleeding from heat in the blood, bleeding due to liver attacking the stomach.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of shi hui san
👉 the chinese herbal prescription fu yuan huo xue tang is used for blood stasis due to traumatic injury especially chest and abdomen.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of fu yuan huo xue tang
👉 this herb is used for patterns with fluid stagnation, dampness, damp-heat (chi fu ling), spleen xu dampness, or spleen xu phlegm dampness rising, turbid phlegm, shen disturbance, restless heart.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of fu ling
👉 the chinese herbal prescription gui zhi fu ling wan is used for fetal malnourishment due to blood stasis in the uterus, tender masses in the lower abdomen due to phlegm and blood stagnation, post abortion blood stasis
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of gui zhi fu ling wan
👉 the chinese herbal prescription tao he cheng qi tang is used for blood stasis and heat in the lower jiao, yang ming heat with blood stagnation, traumatic injury.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of tao he cheng qi tang