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LARGE-FORCELESS-EMPTY PULSE (DA WU LI XU)

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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Large-Forceless-Empty pulse (Da Wu Li Xu):

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to large-forceless-empty pulse (da wu li xu)
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).  
 
Jia Jian Fu Mai Tang
Modified Restore the Pulse Decoction
Nourishes Yin and Blood; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Moistens Dryness.   Yang brightness organ-stage disorders in which purging has removed the excessive Heat but has also depleted the Yin and Fluids.  Chronic fever; Coronary disorders; Hot palms and soles; Neurasthenia; Red complexion; Rheumatic heart disease; Tuberculosis; Dry mouth; Palpitations; Restlessness; Red, dry tongue, no coating; Large-Forceless-Empty pulse (Da Wu Li Xu).  
 
Ba Zhen Tang
Eight-Treasure Decoction; Eight Precious Decoction; Tangkuei and Ginseng Eight Decoction
Tonifies Qi; Nourishes Blood.   Concurrent Deficiency of the Qi and Blood which is most often due to imbalances caused by chronic disease or excessive loss of blood.  Anemia; Asthenia; Breathlessness; Chronic abscess; Dizziness; Fatigue; Glare; Irregular menstruation; Lethargy; Metrorrhagia; Palpitations; Poor appetite; Anxiety; Dull complexion; Fatigue of the muscles; Pale complexion; Pale tongue, thin-white coating; Fine-Faint pulse (Xi Wei); Large-Forceless-Empty pulse (Da Wu Li Xu).  
 


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