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PERSISTENT FEVER


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Persistent fever:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to persistent fever
Ling Jiao Gou Teng Tang
Antelope Horn and Uncaria Decoction; Cornu Antelopis-Uncaria Decoction
Calms Wind; Cools the Liver; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Soothes the muscles.   Heat excess in the Liver channel stirring up internal movement of Wind. Liver-Yang rising.  Cerebrovascular accident; Convulsion; Dizziness; Encephalitis; Essential hypertension; High fever; Irritability; Meningitis; Persistent fever; Puerperal eclampsia; Restlessness; Spasms of the extremities; Tic; Altered consciousness; Loss of consciousness; Restless legs; Scarlet red, dry tongue with red-tipped spots; Rapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian).  
 
Jing Fu Tang
Bupleurum and Pinellia Combination
Disperses half-exterior, half-interior pathogenic influences; Vents conditions at the level of the membrane source; Eliminates accumulation and induration.   Half-exterior, half-interior disorder caused by an epidemic pathogenic influence entering the membrane source.  Alternating fever and chills (high fever, severe chills); Chills predominant; Distension of the abdomen; Distension of the chest; Fullness of the abdomen; Fullness of the chest; Induration of the abdomen; Intestinal tuberculosis; Thirst; Tubercular peritonitis; Tumor of the intestines; Congested fluids in the abdomen; Dysuria; Hematuria; High fever, persistent fever, fever of unknown origin (children, in particular); Oliguria; Poor digestion.  
 
Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang
Lophatherus and Gypsum Decoction
Clears Heat from the Qi level; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Tonifies Qi; Harmonizes the Stomach.   Qi level Heat lingering in the Lung and Stomach where it injures the Qi and Body Fluids.  Choking cough; Diabetes; Dry mouth; Dry throat; Irritability; Nephritis; Persistent fever from a febrile disease; Pharyngitis; Pneumonia; Thirst; Vomiting; Insomnia; Oppression of the chest; Parched lips; Restlessness; Stifling sensation; Red tongue, thin coating; Rapid-Empty pulse (Shu Xu).  
 

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