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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 👩⚕️🤝👨⚕️
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👉 the chinese herbal prescription dang gui bu xue tang is used for heart blood deficiency, heart and liver blood deficiency, spleen not holding blood, yin ulcers, blood loss.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of dang gui bu xue tang
👉 this herb is used for patterns with blood deficiency, kidney and liver yin deficiency, wasting and thirsting disorder, jing and blood deficiency/exhaustion, marrow deficiency, kidneys failing to grasp the lung qi.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of shu di huang
👉 the chinese herbal prescription si wu tang is used for liver blood deficiency leading to liver blood stasis and heart blood deficiency, liver wind from liver blood deficiency, chong mai and ren mai deficiency.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of si wu tang
👉 the chinese herbal prescription si jun zi tang is used for spleen qi deficiency, spleen and stomach qi deficiency, heart qi deficiency, lung and spleen qi deficiency, heart and lung qi deficency, gu syndrome.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of si jun zi tang
👉 this herb is used for patterns with exterior wind-cold, interior cold, lung damp-phlegm-cold, blocked nasal orficies, wind-cold-damp bi syndrome.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of xi xin
👉 the chinese herbal prescription si ni tang is used for heart yang deficiency, kidney yang deficiency with internal cold, shao yin cold, yang ming cold, excess use of diaphoretics in tai yang stage febrile disease leading to loss of yang.
🤕 symptoms indicating the use of si ni tang