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INTROVERSION


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to introversion
Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang
Tonify the Middle and Augment the Qi Decoction; Ginseng and Astragalus Decoction; Support Central Qi Decoction
Tonifies the Qi of the Middle Burner; Raises Qi and Yang.   Deficiency of the Spleen and Stomach Qi leading to sinking of the Yang (collapse).  Breathlessness; Diarrheic stools; Exhaustion from severe or long-term illness (during recovery phase); Habitual miscarriage; Intermittent fever due to Qi Deficiency; Loose stools; Menorrhagia; Rectal prolapse; Spontaneous sweating; Stomach prolapse; Threatened miscarriage; Uterine prolapse; Anemia; Aversion to cold; Cerebral arteriosclerosis; Chronic bronchitis; Desire to drink warm drinks; Introversion; Leukorrhea; Myasthenia; Pale complexion; Tendency to curl up; Urinary incontinence (postpartum); Weakness of the limbs; Pale tongue, thin-white coating; Large-Forceless-Empty pulse (Da Wu Li Xu).  
 
Ju Yuan Jian
Lift the Source Decoction
Tonifies Qi (to restrain and tonify Blood).   Collapse due to Qi Deficiency leading to severe blood loss and devastated Yang.  Breathlessness; Menorrhagia; Metrorrhagia; Palpitations; Watery, pale blood; Dull complexion; Fatigue; Introversion; Pale complexion; Sensation of heaviness in the lower abdomen; Pale tongue, thin-moisty coating; Forceless-Faint-Empty pulse (Wu Li Wei Xu).  
 
Sheng Mai San
Generate the Pulse Powder; Sheng Mai Powder; Ginseng and Ophiopogonis Powder
Tonifies Qi; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Preserves the Yin; Stops sweating.   Concurrent Deficiency of Qi and Yin, primarily of the Lungs. Profuse sweating due to Summer-Heat or heatstroke, leading to Qi and Yin Deficiency.  Asthenia; Breathlessness; Cardiac Lung; Chronic bronchitis; Chronic cough; Collapse; Difficult to expectorate phlegm; Fatigue; Pulmonary tuberculosis; Spontaneous sweating; Ventricular arrhythmia; Angina pectoris; Coronary disorders; Dry mouth; Introversion; Myocardial infarction; Rheumatic heart disease; Thirst; Pale, dry tongue (red, dry tongue - Summer-Heat); Weak-Fine-Empty pulse (Ruo Xi Xu).  
 


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