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FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Functional gastrointestinal disorders:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to functional gastrointestinal disorders
Yue Ju Wan
Escape Restraint Pill; Gardenia-Ligusticum Pill
Moves Qi; Eliminates stagnation.   Different types of stagnation (Qi, Blood, Heat, Phlegm, and retention of food and fluids).  Acid regurgitation; Belching; Cholecystitis; Chronic gastritis; Duodenal ulcer; Fixed pain in the hypochondrium; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the chest; Functional gastrointestinal disorders; Gallstone; Gastric ulcer; Gastroenteritis; Hepatitis; Intercostal neuralgia; Vomiting; Cough; Dysmenorrhea; Indigestion; Poor appetite; Profuse phlegm; Pale, purplish or purple tongue, slippery or greasy coating; Wiry pulse (Xian).  
 
Ban Xia Hou Po Tang
Pinellia-Magnolia Decoction
Moves Qi; Eliminates accumulations; Subdues Rebellious Qi; Transforms Phlegm.   Plum-pit Qi resulting from emotional shock due to circumstances which the patient figuratively cannot swallow. The Qi thereupon becomes constrained and the Lungs and Stomach lose their ability to move the Qi downward. This in turn leads to problems with the transporation and transformation of fluids, which leads to the formation of Phlegm.  Chronic laryngitis; Feeling of something caught in the throat (that can neither be swallowed nor ejected); Functional gastrointestinal disorders; Hysteria; Obstruction of the chest; Obstruction of the hypochondrium; Spasms of the esophagus; Cough; Profuse phlegm; Vomiting; Tongue with greasy-moisty-white coating; Slippery-Wiry pulse (Hua Xian).  
 
Si Mo Yin
Four Milled-Herb Decoction
Moves Qi; Eliminates accumulations; Subdues Rebellious Qi; Transforms Phlegm.   Plum-pit Qi resulting from emotional shock due to circumstances which the patient figuratively cannot swallow. The Qi thereupon becomes constrained and the Lungs and Stomach lose their ability to move the Qi downward. This in turn leads to problems with the transporation and transformation of fluids, which leads to the formation of Phlegm.  Chronic laryngitis; Feeling of something caught in the throat (that can neither be swallowed nor ejected); Functional gastrointestinal disorders; Hysteria; Obstruction of the chest; Obstruction of the hypochondrium; Spasms of the esophagus; Cough; Profuse phlegm; Vomiting; Tongue with greasy-moisty-white coating; Slippery-Wiry pulse (Hua Xian).  
 


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