|Ben Tun Wan
Running Piglet Pill
Subdues Rebellious Qi;
Regulates the Qi.
||Running piglet disorder due to Cold in the Lower Burner which affects the Liver and leads to rebellious Qi. ||Cold body;
Periumbilical palpitations followed by an upsurge of Qi from the abdomen to the sternum as the patient becomes unnerved;
Pale tongue, greasy-white coating;
Tight-Wiry pulse (Jin Xian).
|Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan
Aconitum Regulating the Centre Pill; Prepared Aconite Pill to Regulate the Middle
Tonifies Qi and Yang;
Strengthens Stomach and Spleen.
||Cold from Deficiency of the Spleen and Stomach, with internal cold. ||Cold body;
Fullness of the abdomen that responds favorably to pressure;
Fullness of the epigastrium that responds favorably to pressure;
Pain of the abdomen due to Cold;
Pain of the epigastrium due to Cold;
Very cold extremities;
Chronic or recurrent mouth ulcer due to Empty-Cold of the Spleen and Stomach;
Slight sweating (rather cold);
Pale, swollen, tooth-marked tongue, moisty-white coating;
Hidden-Slow-Deep pulse (Fú Chi Chen).