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PAIN OF THE EPIGASTRIUM


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Pain of the epigastrium:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to pain of the epigastrium
Qian Jin Dang Gui Tang
Thousand [Pieces of] Gold Tangkuei Decoction
Harmonizes Qi and Blood; Warms the Middle Burner; Expels Cold; Tonifies Qi and Blood.   Spasmodic pain of the epigastrium due to Cold from Deficiency in a patient with constitutional weakness.  Aerocoly due to Cold; Aerophagia due to Cold; Angina pectoris; Distension of the stomach; Gastric ulcer; Hernia; Prolapse due to Cold; Stagnation of fluids in the stomach; Pale tongue, lustreless; Fine-Knotted-Empty pulse (Xi Jie Xu).  
 
Qian Jin Dang Gui Tang
Thousand [Pieces of] Gold Tangkuei Decoction
Harmonizes Qi and Blood; Warms the Middle Burner; Expels Cold; Tonifies Qi and Blood.   Spasmodic pain of the epigastrium due to Cold from Deficiency in a patient with constitutional weakness.  Aerocoly due to Cold; Aerophagia due to Cold; Angina pectoris; Distension of the stomach; Gastric ulcer; Hernia; Prolapse due to Cold; Stagnation of fluids in the stomach; Pale tongue, lustreless; Fine-Knotted-Empty pulse (Xi Jie Xu).  
 
Mu Xiang Bing Lang Wan (1/3)
Aucklandia and Betel Nut Pill
Purges digestive and intestinal accumulation; Moves Qi; Eliminates food retention; Clears Heat; Drains Heat.   Food retention remains in the body, it collects and clogs the Qi mechanisms of the digestive organs. The clogging or obstruction transforms into Heat from constraint, which, together with the Dampness caused by retention of food weakening the Spleen, becomes Damp-Heat. The internal accumulation of Damp-Heat usually combines with the stagnation of food to obstruct the flow of Qi in the Yang organs.  Constipation (Heat predominant); Damp diarrhea; Distension of the abdomen; Dysentery; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the epigastrium; Gastroenteritis; Indigestion; Pain of the abdomen; Pain of the epigastrium; Tenesmus; Red tongue, greasy-yellow coating; Full pulse (Shi).  
 

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