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Exterior wind-cold attack leading to a deficient condition
Gui Zhi Tang
Exterior wind-cold attack leading to a deficient condition
Gui Zhi Tang
Exterior excess wind-cold attack constraining wei qi
Ma Huang Tang
Exterior excess wind-cold attack constraining wei qi
Ma Huang Tang
constipation with blood deficiency
Run Chang Wan
heat smoldering in yin regions of body, yin deficiency with lingering heat
Qing Hao Bie Jia Tang
excess heat (or damp-heat) in liver and/or gallbladder channels
Long Dan Xie Gan Tang
lung heat obstructing flow of qi (not phlegm)
Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang
severe obstruction of the three jiaos by fire toxicity which pervades both interior and exterior
Huang Lian Jie Du Tang
blazing heat in the Yang Ming Channel (or Qi level heat)
Bai Hu Tang
exterior wind-cold-damp attack battling the body's normal qi which is deficient and unable to expel the pathogen
Ren Shen Bai Du San
exterior wind-cold attack at Tai Yang level with upper body muscle stiffness
Ge Gen Tang
blood buildup in lower jiao casued by accumulation of blood stasis and heat leading to clumping
Tao He Cheng Qi Tang
(peach pit decoction to order the qi)
wheezing caused by wind-cold constraining the exterior & phlegm-heat smoldering in the interior
Ding Chuan Tang
(arrest wheezing decoction)
stomach heat not allowing stomach qi to descend due to either long-term stomach deficiency or injured stomach qi from severe vomiting/diarrhea
Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang
(tangerine peel and bamboo shavings decoction)
Phlegm-cold obstructing lung with kidney yang deficiency. Excess above, deficiency below.
Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang
(perilla fruit decotion for directing qi downward)
plum-pit qi
Ban Xia Hou Po Tang
(pinellia and magnolia bark decoction)
liver qi stagnation with indigestion
Yue Ju Wan
(escape restraint pill)
kidney yang deficiency with insufficient mingmen fire
Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan
(kidney qi pill from golden cabinet)
hot or bloody, painful urinary dysfunction caused by clumping of damp heat in the lower jiao
Ba Zheng San
(eight herb powder for rectification)
yin deficiency with vigorous fire, consumptive heat with steaming bone

damp-heat in lower jiao with underlying kidney yin defiency
Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan
(anemarrhena, phellodendron, rehmannia pill)
damp heat in the lower jiao
Er Miao San
(two-marvel powder)


Huang Bai & Cang Zhu
exterior wind-cold with concurrent interior turbid damp injury due to stagnation
Huo Xiang Zheng Qi San
(agastache powder to rectify the qi)
kidney-liver yin deficiency
Liu Wei Di Huang Wan
(six-ingredient pill with rehmannia)
qi & blood deficiency with consumptive disorders
Shi Quan Da Bu Tang
(all-inclusive great tonifying decoction)
concurrent qi & blood deficiency often due to chronic disease or excessive blood loss
Ba Zhen Tang
(eight-treasure decoction)
spleen & heart deficiency, esp spleen

restless heart spirit
qi & blood deficiency
inability of spleen to control blood
Gui Pi Tang
(restore the spleen decoction)
blood deficiency, primarily liver blood
Si Wu Tang
(four-substance decoction)
concurrent deficiency of qi & yin, especially lung
Sheng Mai San
(generate the pulse powder)
spleen & stomach qi deficiency leading to sinking of yang
Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang
(tonify the middle and augment the qi decoction)
concurrent spleen qi deficiency with phlegm/damp
Liu Jun Zi Tang
(six gentleman decoction)
spleen qi deficiency
Si Jun Zi Tang
(four gentleman decoction)
Kidney yang deficiency accompanied by increase in interior cold
Si Ni Tang
(frigid extremities powder)
weakness & deficiency of middle jiao yang & yin OR ascending cold in the interior
Da Jian Zhong Tang
(major construct the middle decoction)
cold from stomach deficiency
cold from deficiency of stomach & liver
cold attacking middle jiao
Wu Zhu Yu Tang
(evodia decoction)
middle jiao cold from deficiency
Li Zhong Wan
(regulate the middle pill)
Painful obstruction (bi) with liver and kidney deficiency
Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang
(angelica pubescens and sangjisheng decoction)
Kidney yang deficiency or spleen-kidney yang deficiency with retention of pathogenic water

exterior wind-cold at Tai Yang Stage
Zhen Wu Tang
(true warrior decoction)
damp-cold stagnation in the spleen & stomach
Ping Wei San
(calm the stomach powder)
skin edema due to spleen deficiency with vigourous damp and qi stagnation
Wu Pi San
(five peel powder)
clumping of water and heat due to injury from cold entering the yang ming or shao yin stage where it turns into heat
Zhu Ling Tan
(polyporus decoction)
water buildup, pathogen not released from exterior penetrates to Tai Yang organ (bladder), inability of spleen to transform damp may cause retention of congested fluids in lower jiao
Wu Ling San
yang or hot-collapse most commonly due to heat entering the interior where it constrains the yang qi, true heat-false cold
Si Ni San
liver constraint with blood deficiency (excess & deficient pattern)
Xiao Yao San
stomach qi disharmony due to hot-cold complex, usually due to improper purging of an exterior or shao yang condition with underlying stomach qi xu
Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang
Shao Yang stage disorder
Xiao Chai Hu Tang
mild constipation due to Yang Ming organ disorder
Tiao Wei Cheng Qi Tang
relatively mild Yang Ming organ stage disorder
Xiao Cheng Qi Teng
Yang Ming organ stage disorder
Da Cheng Qi Tang
unresolved exterior wind-cold attack constrained & transformed into heat. Simultaneous Tai Yang/Yang Ming disorder
Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang
exterior wind attack headache
Chuan Xiong Cha Tiao San
early exterior wind-heat attack enters through nose & mouth, attacks lung
Yin Qiao San
Early, superficial exterior wind-heat attack with cough
Sang Ju Yin
acute exterior wind cold attack with chronic congested fluids or spleen xu
Xiao Qing Long Tang
Simultaneous Tai Yang & Yang Ming condition, exterior not completely released but interior ablaze with heat
Ge Gen Huang Lian Huang Qin Tang