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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to pleurisy
Da Qing Long Tang
Major Bluegreen Dragon Decoction
Releases Wind-Cold from the Exterior; Purifies internal Heat; Promotes sweating.   Externally-contracted Wind-Cold with interior Heat.  Aversion to cold; Chills; Discomfort; High fever; Irritability; No sweating; Pain in entire body; Restlessness; Acute superficial oedema; Asthma; Breathing difficulty; Cough; Pleurisy; Thirst; Red and slightly rough tongue, thin-white or thin-yellow coating; Floating-Rapid-Tight pulse (Fu Shu Jin); Floating-Tight pulse (Fu Jin).  
 
Da Chai Hu Tang
Major Bupleurum Decoction
Harmonizes the Shao Yang; Disperses Fullness of the Bright Yang; Drains internal accumulations due to Heat.   Concurrent lesser Yang and Yang brightness-stage disorder.  Acute gastroenteritis; Acute pancreatitis; Alternating fever and chills; Atonic constipation; Bitter taste; Burning diarrhea; Cholecystitis; Continuous vomiting, uncontrolled vomiting; Distension of the epigastrium; Fullness of hypochondrium; Fullness of the chest; Fullness of the epigastrium; Gallstone; Hepatitis; Lethargy; Malaria with alternating fever and chills (fever predominant); Migraine; Nausea; Pain of the epigastrium; Peritonitis; Slight irritability; Trigeminal neuralgia; Hypertension; Pleurisy; Red tongue, yellow coating; Forceful-Full-Wiry pulse (You Li Shi Xian).  
 
Xiao Yao San
Free and Easy Wanderer Powder; Rambling Powder; Bupleurum and Tangkuei Powder
Soothes Liver-Qi; Tonifies the Spleen; Nourishes Blood; Harmonizes Liver and Spleen.   Liver constraint with Blood Deficiency. Dysharmony between the Liver and Spleen.  Amenorrhea; Anemia; Bitter taste; Bloating; Chronic hepatitis; Digestive disorders; Dizziness; Dysmenorrhea; Fatigue; Fibrocystic breast; Functional sterility; Gastritis; Headache; Hiccup; Irregular menstruation; Leukorrhea; Menorrhagia; Pain of the hypochondrium; Peptic ulcer; Poor appetite; Premenstrual syndrome; Dry mouth; Dry throat; Hypoglycemia; Nervous breakdown; Pleurisy; Poor vision; Retinitis; Slight, chronic fever; Pale-red tongue; Weak-Wiry pulse (Ruo Xian); Wiry-Empty pulse (Xian Xu).  
 

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