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FULL-RAPID-OVERFLOWING PULSE (SHI SHU HONG)


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Full-Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Shi Shu Hong):

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to full-rapid-overflowing pulse (shi shu hong)
Da Cheng Qi Tang
Major Order the Qi Decoction; Great Conducting Qi Decoction; Major Rhubarb Decoction
Harshly purges accumulation due to Heat.   Yang brightness organ-stage disorders which is characterized by Heat accumulating in the Interior and taking form.  Abdomen is solid to palpation; Acute appendicitis; Acute cholecystitis; Acute pancreatitis; Bloating; Flatulence; Fullness of the abdomen due to accumulation; Intestinal obstruction; Pain of the abdomen which is worse upon pressure; Postoperative constipation; Severe constipation; Delirious speech; Dysentery (early stage); Evening fever; Irritability; Profuse sweating of hands and feet; Red tongue, dry-yellow or dry-maroon coating; Full-Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Shi Shu Hong).  
 
Nei Shu Huang Lian Tang
Internal Dispersing Decoction with Coptis
Clears Heat and relieves toxicity; Anti-inflammatory; Calms pain.   Abscesses due to internal Heat.  Constipation; Fever; Irritability; Oliguria; Swelling (no change in skin color); Thirst; Red tongue, yellow coating; Full-Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Shi Shu Hong).  
 


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