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CHILLS PREDOMINANT


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Chills predominant:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to chills predominant
Xiao Qing Long Tang
Minor Bluegreen Dragon Decoction
Releases the Exterior; Promotes sweating; Disperses Cold; Transforms stagnant Water and Cold-Phlegm; Warms the Lungs; Controls ascending Rebellious Qi.   Severe sensation of cold with slight fever due to Wind-Cold.  Asthma which is worse when lying down; Chills; Chills predominant; Clear phlegm; Cough; Difficult to expectorate phlegm; Emphysema; Fever; Frothy phlegm; Heaviness of the body; No sweating; Profuse phlegm; Stagnation of Body Fluids (in the Lungs, in particular) with or without superficial oedema; White phlegm; Accumulation of Phlegm in bronchi; No particular thirst; Obstruction of the stomach; Pale tongue, white or greyish and greasy or moisty coating (tongue may be swollen and tooth-marked); Floating-Tight pulse (Fu Jin).  
 
Jiu Wei Qiang Huo Tang
Nine-Herb Decoction with Notopterygium
Eliminates internal Heat and external Damp-Cold; Promotes sweating.   External Wind-Cold-Damp with concurrent interior Heat.  Chills; Chills predominant; Fever; Generalized pain; Headache; No sweating; Stiffness of the neck; Bitter taste; Slight thirst; Pink or red tongue, thin-white coating; Floating pulse (Fu).  
 
Jing Fu Tang
Bupleurum and Pinellia Combination
Disperses half-exterior, half-interior pathogenic influences; Vents conditions at the level of the membrane source; Eliminates accumulation and induration.   Half-exterior, half-interior disorder caused by an epidemic pathogenic influence entering the membrane source.  Alternating fever and chills (high fever, severe chills); Chills predominant; Distension of the abdomen; Distension of the chest; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the chest; Induration of the abdomen; Intestinal tuberculosis; Thirst; Tubercular peritonitis; Tumor of the intestines; Congested fluids in the abdomen; Dysuria; Hematuria; High fever, persistent fever, fever of unknown origin (children, in particular); Oliguria; Poor digestion.  
 

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