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BLOOD IN THE STOOLS

Possible synonyms
Bloody stools
Bloody feces
Bloody faeces


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Blood in the stools:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to blood in the stools
Tao Hua Tang
Peach Blossom Decoction
Warms the Middle Burner; Tonifies the Middle Burner; Strengthens the Intestines.   Deficient Yang of the Spleen and Kidneys (Cold accumulating in the Stomach and Intestines).  Chronic colitis; Chronic diarrhea; Chronic dysentery; Crohn's disease; Pain of the abdomen that responds favorably to local pressure and warmth; Peptic ulcer; Pus and blood in the stools (dark red blood); Hemorrhoid; Pale tongue; Slow-Deep-Faint pulse (Chi Chen Wei).  
 
Wen Pi Tang
Warm the Spleen Decoction
Purges Cold; Warms Spleen-Yang; Tonifies Spleen-Yang.   Accumulation of Cold due to Spleen Yang Deficiency.  Cold extremities; Constipation; Pain of the abdomen; Chronic dysentery; Pus and blood in the stools; Pale tongue, white coating; Deep-Tight pulse (Chen Jin).  
 
Huai Hua San (1/2)
Sophora Japonica Flower Powder
Cools Blood and Intestines; Stops bleeding; Disperses Wind; Moves Qi.   Either the lodging of Wind-Heat or the accumulation of Damp-Heat in the Intestines and Stomach where it forms toxin.  Blood in the stools; Hemorrhoid of bright-red, dark red bleeding; Rectorrhagia (bright-red bleeding) during defecation which typically precedes (but may also follow) the passage of stools; Red tongue; Soft-Rapid pulse (Ru Shu); Rapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian).  
 

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