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INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE

Possible synonyms
Crohn's disease
Ibd
Chronic inflammation of the terminal ileum
Regional ileitis
Regional enteritis


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Inflammatory bowel disease:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to inflammatory bowel disease
Zhen Ren Yang Zang Tang
True Man's Decoction to Nourish the Organs
Tonifies the Middle Burner; Warms the Middle Burner; Strengthens the Intestines; Stops diarrhea.   Abandoned disorder from loss of fluids due to chronic diarrhea or dysentery. The Spleen-Qi has become deficient and the intestines have lost their stability and capacity to absorb.  Childhood diarrhea; Chronic colic; Chronic diarrhea; Chronic dysentery; Crohn's disease; Incontinence of stools; Pain of the abdomen that responds favorably to local pressure and warmth; Persistent diarrhea; Rectal prolapse; Severe diarrhea; Diarrhea with blood and pus; Lethargy; Pain in the lower back; Pale complexion; Poor appetite; Tenesmus; Weakness of lower back; Weakness of the knees; Pale tongue, white coating; Slow-Deep pulse (Chi Chen).  
 
Wei Feng Tang
Stomach Wind Decoction
Tonifies the Middle Burner; Warms the Middle Burner; Stops diarrhea.   Cold from Deficiency in the Middle Burner in patients with a constitutional weakness (aggravated during cold weather).  Chronic colic; Chronic dysentery; Crohn's disease; Diarrheic stools; Loose stools; Prolapse due to Cold; Chronic diarrhea (during cold weather, in particular); Pain of the abdomen; Pale complexion; Weakness of the abdomen; Pale tongue, white coating; Weak-Empty pulse (Ruo Xu).  
 
Tao Hua Tang
Peach Blossom Decoction
Warms the Middle Burner; Tonifies the Middle Burner; Strengthens the Intestines.   Deficient Yang of the Spleen and Kidneys (Cold accumulating in the Stomach and Intestines).  Chronic colitis; Chronic diarrhea; Chronic dysentery; Crohn's disease; Pain of the abdomen that responds favorably to local pressure and warmth; Peptic ulcer; Pus and blood in the stools (dark red blood); Hemorrhoid; Pale tongue; Slow-Deep-Faint pulse (Chi Chen Wei).  
 

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