|Hao Qin Qing Dan Tang
Artemisia Annua and Scutellaria Decoction to Clear the Gallbladder
|Clears Heat and Damp-Heat from the Gall-Bladder;
||Damp-Heat and turbid Phlegm in the lesser Yang channels battling the protective and nutritive Qi to penetrate deeper into the body. ||Acid regurgitation;
Alternating fever and chills (high fever, slight chills);
Fullness in the flanks;
Fullness of the chest;
Vomiting of bile;
Thirst but no desire to drink;
Thirst with desire to drink;
Red tongue, thick-greasy-white or thick-greasy-yellow coating;
Right pulse: soft, rapid (Ru Shu) or slippery, rapid (Hua Shu) or wiry, rapid (Xian Shu); Left pulse: wiry, rapid (Xian Shu).
|Chai Hu Bai Hu Tang
Bupleurum White Tiger Decoction
|Clears Heat in the Bright Yang;
Harmonizes the Shao Yang;
Restores Body Fluids.
||Concurrent Yang brightness and lesser Yang-stage disorder that is more commonly seen when the condition is near resolution (on the way out) than during its early stages (on the way in). ||Alternating fever and chills (high fever, slight chills);
Red tongue, yellow coating;
Forceful-Rapid-Wiry pulse (You Li Shu Xian).