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DIARRHEA

Possible synonyms
Diarrhoea
Loose stool
Frequent bowel movements
Diarrheic stools


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to diarrhea
Huang Qin Jia Ban Xia Sheng Jiang Tang
Scutellaria Decoction plus Pinellia and Fresh Ginger
  Simultaneous greater Yang and Yang brightness-stage disorder.  Diarrhea; Vomiting.  
 
Wu Ling San
Five-Ingredient Powder with Poria; Poria Five Powder; Hoelen 5 Powder; Five "Ling" Powder
Diuretic; Tonifies the Spleen; Warms Yang.   1) Water buildup, a greater Yang-stage disorder in which the pathogenic influences have not been released from the Exterior, but have penetrated to the greater Yang organ, the Bladder. 2) Water and Dampness are not properly transformed by the Spleen and transported to the Bladder. The effects of the Spleen's failure to transform and transport Water may be felt throughout the Triple Burner. 3) Retention of congested fluids in the Lower Burner obstructing the Pure Yang.  Acute gastroenteritis; Breathlessness; Cholera; Cough; Diarrhea; Dizziness; Dysuria; Fever; Great thirst due to inappropriate sweating (vomiting soon after drinking); Headache; Oedema; Oliguria; Sensation of heaviness; Throbbing sensations below umbilicus; Urinary tract infection; Vomiting; Vomiting, expectoration of foamy saliva; Ascites (cirrhosis of liver); Chronic nephritis; Cirrhosis; Hydrocele; Ménière's disease; Tongue with a white-greasy coating; Tongue with a white-slippery coating; Floating pulse (Fu); Slippery-Wiry pulse (Hua Xian); Soft pulse (Ru).  
 
Zhen Ren Yang Zang Tang
True Man's Decoction to Nourish the Organs
Tonifies the Middle Burner; Warms the Middle Burner; Strengthens the Intestines; Stops diarrhea.   Abandoned disorder from loss of fluids due to chronic diarrhea or dysentery. The Spleen-Qi has become deficient and the intestines have lost their stability and capacity to absorb.  Childhood diarrhea; Chronic colic; Chronic diarrhea; Chronic dysentery; Crohn's disease; Incontinence of stools; Pain of the abdomen that responds favorably to local pressure and warmth; Persistent diarrhea; Rectal prolapse; Severe diarrhea; Diarrhea with blood and pus; Lethargy; Pain in the lower back; Pale complexion; Poor appetite; Tenesmus; Weakness of lower back; Weakness of the knees; Pale tongue, white coating; Slow-Deep pulse (Chi Chen).  
 

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