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BLOOD-TINGED PHLEGM

Possible synonyms
Blood tinged mucus
Bloody phlegm
Bloody mucus
Blood streaked sputum
Blood streaked mucus
Bloody sputum
Blood tinged sputum
Coughing up blood
Bloody expectoration
Blood tinged expectoration


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Blood-tinged phlegm:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to blood-tinged phlegm
Ba Xian Chang Shou Wan
Eight Immortals Longevity Pill
Nourishes Lung-Yin and Kidney-Yin; Calms cough and asthma.   Different types of conditions due to Yin Deficiency of the Lungs and Kidneys.  Asthma; Dry cough with blood-tinged phlegm; Evening fever; Hemoptysis; Night sweating; Pulmonary tuberculosis; Spermatorrhea; Chronic nephritis; Diabetes; Hot palms and soles; Palpitations; Tinnitus; Red tongue; Fine-Rapid pulse (Xi Shu).  
 
Zhi Gan Cao Tang
Honey-Fried Licorice Decoction
Tonifies Qi; Nourishes Yin and Blood; Revives the pulse.   Consumptive conditions with Qi and Blood Deficiency (Heart level, especially).  Anxiety; Asthenia; Constipation; Coronary disorders; Dry stools; Extrasystole arrhythmia; Fatigue; Hard stools; Hyperthyroidism; Insomnia; Irritability; Mitral stenosis; Mitral valve prolapse; Neurasthenia; Palpitations; Rheumatic heart disease; Weight loss; Dry cough with blood-tinged phlegm; Dry mouth; Dry throat; Emphysema; Lung atrophy; Night sweating; Pulmonary tuberculosis; Spontaneous sweating; Pale or pink tongue, shiny; Hidden-Intermittent-Knotted-Forceless pulse (Fú Dai Jie Wu Li); Hidden-Fine-Knotted-Forceless pulse (Fú Xi Jie Wu Li).  
 
Huang Qi Bie Jia San
Astragalus and Soft-shelled Turtle Shell Powder
Tonifies Qi and Blood; Clears Heat.   Qi and Blood Deficiency with lingering Heat in the chest.  Chronic bronchitis; Chronic cough; Chronic malaria; Fatigue; Pneumonia; Pulmonary tuberculosis; Sensation of heat in the chest; Slight, intermittent fever; Blood-tinged phlegm; Night sweating; Spontaneous sweating; Fine-Rapid-Empty pulse (Xi Shu Xu).  
 

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