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Possible synonyms
Difficult expectoration

The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Difficult to expectorate phlegm:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to difficult to expectorate phlegm
Gua Lou Zhi Shi Tang
Trichosanthes Fruit and Immature Bitter Orange Decoction
Transforms Phlegm-Heat in the chest; Clears Phlegm-Heat in the chest; Moistens the Lungs.   Accumulated Phlegm-Heat in the chest.  Asthma; Breathing difficulty; Chest pain; Difficult to expectorate phlegm; Dry cough, especially in the morning; Inability to rotate the trunk; Pain of the diaphragm; Smoker's cough; Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu).  
Liu An Jian
Six-Serenity Decoction
Transforms Phlegm; Dries Dampness; Subdues Rebellious Qi; Calms asthma.   Sub-acute stage of Wind-Cold disorders with Damp-Phlegm.  Asthma; Asthmatic bronchitis; Cough; Difficult to expectorate phlegm; Dyspnea; Subacute bronchitis; Thick phlegm.  
Bei Mu Gua Lou San
Fritillaria-Trichosanthes Powder
Moistens the Lungs; Clears Heat; Regulates the Qi; Transforms Phlegm.   Dryness in the Lungs which injures the Fluids and causes dry Phlegm.  Asthma; Breathing difficulty; Chronic tracheitis; Dense phlegm; Difficult to expectorate phlegm; Dry cough; Dry phlegm; Dry throat; Scanty phlegm; Sore throat; Silicosis; Red tongue with a thin and powdery-white coating; Fine-Forceful-Rapid pulse (Xi You Li Shu).  

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