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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 yang-ming heat, damp-heat, phlegm-heat, blood-heat, and blood-stasis.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of da huang
👉 the chinese herbal prescription da cheng qi tang is used for patterns with heat in the intestines, yang ming fu disorder, wen bing qi stage disorder.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of da cheng qi tang
👉 this herb is used for patterns with summerheat, empty-heat, blood xu, yin xu, shao yang pathologies, blood-heat, liver yang rising.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of qing hao
👉 the chinese herbal prescription qing hao bie jia tang is used for patterns of heat that is smoldering in the yin regios of the body, for yin and body fluid deficiency with empty-heat after a wen bing injury.
🤕 symptoms that indicate the use of qing hao bie jia tang