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NO CHILLS


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief No chills:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to no chills
Qing Pi Tang
Clear the Spleen Decoction
Dries Dampness; Transforms Phlegm; Clears the Spleen; Drains Heat.   Damp-Heat and Phlegm affecting the Spleen and obstructing the membrane source.  Alternating fever and chills (fever predominant); Bitter taste; Distension of the chest; Distension of the epigastrium; Fever (no chills); Dark urine; Irritability; Poor appetite; Thirst; Dry tongue; Rapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian).  
 
Yi Wu Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang
Bupleurum and Kudzu Decoction to Release the Muscle Layer
Clears internal Heat; Releases muscle layer.   Externally-contracted warm-febrile disease with constrained internal Heat. This condition is common in warm-febrile diseases contracted in the spring that surface in the summer.  Exterior Heat, interior Heat; Fever; Headache; No chills; Thirst; Painful muscles; Stiffness of the muscles; Red tongue, yellow coating; Rapid pulse (Shu).  
 
Xiang Fu Xuan Fu Hua Tang
Cyperus and Inula Decoction
Strengthens the Spleen; Disperses Dampness; Transforms Phlegm; Regulates Liver-Qi; Soothes the channels.   Dampness leading to congested fluids which stagnate in the Liver.  Alternating fever and chills; Costal pain; Evening fever (no chills); Pain of the hypochondrium; Pleurisy; Cough; Swollen tongue, thick coating; Wiry pulse (Xian).  
 


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