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PALE TONGUE, MOISTY-WHITE COATING


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Pale tongue, moisty-white coating:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to pale tongue, moisty-white coating
You Gui Wan
Restore the Right [Kidney] Pill; Eucommia and Rehmannia Pill
Tonifies Kidney-Yang; Warms Kidney-Yang; Nourishes Blood; Tonifies the Essence.   Kidney Yang Deficiency with waning of the Fire at the gate of vitality.  Aversion to cold; Chronic nephritis; Cold extremities; Exhaustion from long-term illness; Impotence; Oedema of lower extremities; Pain in the lower back; Painful knees; Spermatorrhea; Sterility; Weakness of lower back; Weakness of the knees; Diabetes; Loose stools; Undigested food particles in the stools; Urinary incontinence; Pale tongue, moisty-white coating; Fine-Slow-Deep-Empty pulse (Xi Chi Chen Xu).  
 
Li Zhong Wan
Regulating the Centre Pill
Warms the Middle Burner; Tonifies Stomach and Spleen.   Middle Burner Cold from Deficiency, which is also known as Middle Burner Yang Deficiency.  Acute gastritis; Chronic colitis; Chronic gastritis; Duodenal ulcer; Nausea; No thirst; Poor appetite; Stomach prolapse; Vomiting; Watery diarrhea; Fullness of the abdomen that responds favorably to pressure; Fullness of the epigastrium that responds favorably to pressure; Functional metrorrhagia; Pale tongue, moisty-white coating; Weak-Slow-Deep pulse (Ruo Chi Chen).  
 
Xiao Huo Luo Dan
Minor Invigorate the Collaterals Special Pill; Myrrh and Aconite Pill; Small Invigorating the Connecting Vessels Pill
Eliminates Cold and Damp from the channels; Moves Blood; Transforms Phlegm; Opens the channels; Unblocks the Channels; Calms pain.   After the onset of Wind-stroke, Dampness, Phlegm, and lifeless Blood obstruct the channels and collaterals. Blood stasis with Cold.  Arthritis; Difficulty in movement; Fixed or erratic pain in the bones and joints; Hemiplegia; Peripheral neuralgia; Weakness of the lower limbs, paresis or paraplegia following cerebrovascular accident; Worsening due to Cold; Pale tongue, moisty-white coating; Slow-Knotted pulse (Chi Jie); Slow-Wiry pulse (Chi Xian).  
 


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