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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Pale-wet tongue:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to pale-wet tongue
Gan Cao Gan Jiang Tang
Licorice and Ginger Decoction
Warms the Lungs; Strengthens the Stomach.   Lung atrophy due to Cold from Deficiency of the Lung and Stomach.  Chronic gastritis; Cold extremities; Dry throat; Emphysema; Frequent urination; No thirst; Peptic ulcer; Ptyalism; Urinary incontinence; Discreet cough; Dizziness; Epistaxis; Irritability; No cough; Pale-wet tongue, no coating; Slow-Deep pulse (Chi Chen); Slow-Faint pulse (Chi Wei).  
Sheng Jiang Gan Cao Tang
Fresh Ginger and Licorice Decoction
Warms Stomach and Lungs; Tonifies Qi.   Lung atrophy (this condition is more one of Qi than Yang Deficiency).  Clear phlegm; Cough; Watery phlegm; Dry mouth; Dry throat; Pale-wet tongue; Slow-Empty pulse (Chi Xu).  
An Zhong San
Calm the Middle Powder; Fennel and Galanga Powder
Warms the Spleen; Tonifies the Spleen; Regulates the Qi; Moves Blood.   Spasmodic pain of the epigastrium due to Cold from Deficiency of the Spleen, with stagnation of Qi and Blood.  Flaccidity; Gastralgia on an empty stomach; Sensation of palpitations in the periumbilical area; Weight loss (patient with constitutional weakness); Abdomen is soft to the touch; Pale-wet tongue, white coating; Large-Faint pulse (Da Wei).  

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