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7 Cards in this Set

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Fever, wheezing, coughing, labored breathing, a thin tongue coating that can either be white or yellow, and a rapid pulse that can be floating or slippery.
Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang (Ephedra, Apricot Kernel, Gypsum and Licorice Decoction) 麻杏石甘汤
Irritability with a sensation of heat in the chest, thirst with a desire to drink cold beverages, a red face, possibly sores around the mouth, a red tongue, and a rapid pulse. Also used for dark, scanty, rough, and painful urination.
Dao Chi San (Guide Out the Red Powder)
Heat excess in the Liver and/ or Gallbladder channels marked by pain in the hypochondria, red and sore eyes, hearing loss, swelling in the ears, a bitter taste in the mouth, a wiry, rapid, and forceful pulse, and a red tongue with a yellow coating. Also for difficult and painful urination with a sensation of heat in the urethra.
Long Dan Xie Gan Tang (Gentiana Longdancao Decoction to Drain the Liver) 龙胆泻肝汤
Toothache (especially when the pain extends into the head), bad breath, a red tongue with little coating, and a slippery, large, and rapid pulse.
Qing Wei San (Clear the Stomach Powder)
Early-stage sores and carbuncles with red, swollen, hot, and painful skin lesions, usually accompanied by fever, mild chills, rapid, forceful pulse.
Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin (Sublime formula for sustaining life) 仙方活命饮
Ulcerated sores that do not heal on a limb that is dark red, slightly swollen and warm to the touch, and extremely painful. There may be a rotten smell to the lesion together with copious discharge. Accompanying symptoms include fever, thirst, a red tongue, and a rapid pulse.
Si Miao Yong An Tang (Four-valiant decoction for well being)
Cough with foul-smelling sputum, mild chest pain, a red tongue with a greasy, yellow coating, and a slippery, rapid pulse.
Wei Jing Tang (Reed decoction)