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INTESTINAL TUBERCULOSIS


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Intestinal tuberculosis:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to intestinal tuberculosis
Zeng Ye Tang
Increase the Fluids Decoction
Moistens Dryness; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Clears Heat; Laxative.   Dry intestines due to injury to the Fluids, usually from a warm-febrile disease (Wen Bing).  Chronic pancreatitis; Constipation; Dry mouth after radiotherapy; Dry throat; Hemorrhoid; Intestinal tuberculosis; Irritation of the intestines; Thirst; Ulcer; Erysipelas; Red, dry tongue; Weak-Forceless pulse (Ruo Wu Li); Fine-Rapid-Forceless pulse (Xi Shu Wu Li).  
 
Si Shen Wan
Four-Miracle Pill
Warms Spleen and Kidneys; Tonifies Spleen and Kidneys; Strengthens the Intestines; Stops diarrhea.   Daybreak diarrhea, also called "cock-crow diarrhea" due to Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency. This is the time of the day when the Yin is at its peak and the Yang is starting to rise. If the Kidney Yang (source Yang) is weak, the Yang will not properly rise and the Yin will suddenly descend, causing diarrohea at this time.  Allergic colitis; Aversion to food; Chronic colitis; Chronic dysentery; Digestive disorders; Early morning diarrhea; Intestinal tuberculosis; Poor appetite; Cold limbs; Fatigue; Lethargy; Pain in the lower back; Pain of the abdomen; Pale tongue, thin-white coating; Slow-Deep-Forceless pulse (Chi Chen Wu Li).  
 
Jing Fu Tang
Bupleurum and Pinellia Combination
Disperses half-exterior, half-interior pathogenic influences; Vents conditions at the level of the membrane source; Eliminates accumulation and induration.   Half-exterior, half-interior disorder caused by an epidemic pathogenic influence entering the membrane source.  Alternating fever and chills (high fever, severe chills); Chills predominant; Distension of the abdomen; Distension of the chest; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the chest; Induration of the abdomen; Intestinal tuberculosis; Thirst; Tubercular peritonitis; Tumor of the intestines; Congested fluids in the abdomen; Dysuria; Hematuria; High fever, persistent fever, fever of unknown origin (children, in particular); Oliguria; Poor digestion.  
 

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