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DYSURIA (BURNING)


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to dysuria (burning)
Zhu Ling Tang (1/2)
Polyporus Decoction
Diuretic; Drains Heat; Nourishes Yin.   Injury from Cold entering the Yang brightness or lesser Yin-stage where it transforms into Heat.  Diarrhea; Dysuria; Fever; Nephritis; Oliguria; Thirst; Urinary tract infection; Cough; Dysuria (burning); Hematuria; Insomnia; Irritability; Nausea; Floating pulse (Fu); Rapid pulse (Shu) according to the Shang Han Lun.  
 
Shen Shi Zhu Ling Tang
Polyporus Decoction from Master Shen
Diuretic; Drains Heat; Nourishes Yin.   Injury from Cold entering the Yang brightness or lesser Yin-stage where it transforms into Heat.  Dysuria; Fever; Nephritis; Oliguria; Severe diarrhea due to the inability to expel fluids through urination; Thirst; Urinary tract infection; Cough; Dysuria (burning); Hematuria; Insomnia; Irritability; Nausea; Floating pulse (Fu); Rapid pulse (Shu) according to the Shang Han Lun.  
 
Shi Wei San
Pyrrosia Leaf Powder
Diuretic; Antilithic.   All types of lithiasis.  Acute nephritis; Cystitis; Dysuria (burning); Gallstone; Intermittent urination; Kidney stone; Pain in the lower back; Pain of the lower abdomen; Reddish urine; Turbid urine; Urethritis; Urine with sediments; Yellow urine; Tongue with greasy coating; Rapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian).  
 

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