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FINE-SLIGHTLY RAPID PULSE (XI SHU); SLIGHTLY RAPID PULSE (SHU)


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Fine-Slightly Rapid pulse (Xi Shu); Slightly Rapid pulse (Shu):

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to fine-slightly rapid pulse (xi shu); slightly rapid pulse (shu)
Bai He Zhi Mu Tang
Lily Bulb and Anemarrhena Decoction
Clears Heat; Nourishes Yin; Moistens the Lungs.   Disease of the bulb of lilies (Bai He Bing) due to interior Heat in the Heart and Lung Dryness and Yin Deficiency (following inappropriate use of sweating).  Aversion to life; Hopelessness; Irregular appetite; Mental confusion; Nervous breakdown; Neurasthenia; Bitter taste; Dry mouth; Dry stools; Dry throat; Fatigue; Insomnia; Irregular stools; Lethargy; Mental instability; Obsessions; Restlessness; Withdrawal (failure to talk); Fine-Slightly Rapid pulse (Xi Shu); Slightly Rapid pulse (Shu).  
 
Bai He Di Huang Tang
Lily Bulb and Rehmannia Decoction
Clears Heat; Nourishes Yin; Moistens the Lungs.   Disease of the bulb of lilies (Bai He Bing) due to interior Heat in the Heart and Lung Dryness and Yin Deficiency (without sweating, purging, or vomiting).  Aversion to life; Hopelessness; Irregular appetite; Mental confusion; Nervous breakdown; Neurasthenia; Bitter taste; Dry mouth; Dry stools; Dry throat; Fatigue; Insomnia; Irregular stools; Lethargy; Mental instability; Obsessions; Restlessness; Withdrawal (failure to talk); Fine-Slightly Rapid pulse (Xi Shu); Slightly Rapid pulse (Shu).  
 
Bai He Xi Fang
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Clears Heat; Nourishes Yin; Moistens the Lungs.   Disease of the bulb of lilies (Bai He Bing) due to interior Heat in the Heart and Lung Dryness and Yin Deficiency (the syndrome is present since one month and induces thirst).  Aversion to life; Hopelessness; Irregular appetite; Mental confusion; Nervous breakdown; Neurasthenia; Thirst; Dry mouth; Dry stools; Dry throat; Fatigue; Insomnia; Irregular stools; Lethargy; Mental instability; Obsessions; Restlessness; Withdrawal (failure to talk); Dry tongue; Fine-Slightly Rapid pulse (Xi Shu); Slightly Rapid pulse (Shu).  
 

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