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FULLNESS OF HYPOCHONDRIUM

Possible synonyms
Fullness of flanks
Fullness of the sides


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Fullness of hypochondrium:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to fullness of hypochondrium
Chai Hu Zhi Jie Tang
Bupleurum, Bitter Orange, and Platycodon Decoction
Harmonizes the Shao Yang; Moves Qi in the chest and diaphragm; Disperses half-exterior, half-interior pathogenic influences.   Lesser Yang-stage disorder with stagnation of Qi.  Alternating fever and chills; Chest pain; Dizziness; Fullness of hypochondrium; Fullness of the chest; Hypoacusis; Pain of the hypochondrium; Parietal headache; Tongue with a white coating; Floating-Large-Wiry pulse (Fu Da Xian) on the left; Slippery-Wiry pulse (Hua Xian) on the right.  
 
Da Chai Hu Tang
Major Bupleurum Decoction
Harmonizes the Shao Yang; Disperses Fullness of the Bright Yang; Drains internal accumulations due to Heat.   Concurrent lesser Yang and Yang brightness-stage disorder.  Acute gastroenteritis; Acute pancreatitis; Alternating fever and chills; Atonic constipation; Bitter taste; Burning diarrhea; Cholecystitis; Continuous vomiting, uncontrolled vomiting; Distension of the epigastrium; Fullness of hypochondrium; Fullness of the chest; Fullness of the epigastrium; Gallstone; Hepatitis; Lethargy; Malaria with alternating fever and chills (fever predominant); Migraine; Nausea; Pain of the epigastrium; Peritonitis; Slight irritability; Trigeminal neuralgia; Hypertension; Pleurisy; Red tongue, yellow coating; Forceful-Full-Wiry pulse (You Li Shi Xian).  
 
Chai Hu Gui Zhi Gan Jiang Tang
Bupleurum, Cinnamon Twig and Ginger Decoction
Disperses Cold; Harmonizes the Shao Yang; Disperses accumulation; Warms the Interior.   Lesser Yang-stage disorders with congested fluids.  Alternating fever and chills; Anuria; Chest discomfort; Fullness of hypochondrium; Fullness of the chest; Malaria with alternating fever and chills (chills predominant); Malaria with chills, no fever; No vomiting; Oliguria; Sweating on head; Thirst; Pale, swollen tongue, moisty-white coating; Slow-Deep-Wiry pulse (Chi Chen Xian); Wiry pulse (Xian).  
 

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