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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 dampness, all kinds of bi syndrome, dampness obstructing the middle jiao, wind-dampness, wind-cold, summer-heat.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of cang zhu
👉 this herb is used for patterns with stagnation from dampness, all kinds of lin syndrome, damp-heat in the lower jiao, liver/gallbladder damp-heat, kidney yin xu empty-heat.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of ze xie
👉 the chinese herbal prescription wu ling san is used for bladder organ stage, spleen deficiency, water accumulation in the lower jiao.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of wu ling san
👉 the chinese herbal prescription bai he gu jin tang is used for lung and kidney yin xu leading to lung dryness and affecting the collaterals.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of bai he gu jin tang
👉 this herb is used for patterns with external wind-cold, spleen and stomach qi stagnation, plumb stone throat, restless fetus, seafood-/ fishpoisoning.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of zi su ye
👉 the chinese herbal prescription xing su san is used for externally contracted cool-dryness impairing the lungs function
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of xing su san