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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Shu Hong):

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to rapid-overflowing pulse (shu hong)
Xi Gan Ming Mu Tang
Redress the Liver and Brighten the Eyes Decoction
Releases the Exterior; Clears Heat; Improves vision.   Ocular disease due to Heat and Wind-Heat.  Conjunctivitis; Keratitis; Glaucoma; Tension in the abdomen that is more severe in the right hypochondria (patients with a sturdy constitution); Rapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian); Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Shu Hong).  
Bai Hu Cheng Qi Tang
White Tiger and Order the Qi Decoction
Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Calms thirst; Clears Heat from the Qi level; Eliminates Heat and Fire from the Stomach; Drains and purges Heat from Internal Organs.   Concurrent Yang brightness channel and organ-stage disorder.  Concentrated urine; Constipation; Dry stools; Dysuria; High fever; Irritability; Profuse sweating; Scanty urine; Thirst; Delirium; Mental disorders; Red tongue, yellow or brown coating to the root; Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Shu Hong).  
Zhen Ni Bai Hu Tang
White Tiger Decoction to Suppress Rebellion
Clears Stomach-Heat; Regulates Stomach-Qi.   Cold-induced disorders, or warm-febrile diseases with Heat entering the Stomach causing rebellious Stomach-Qi.  Fever; Irritability; Nausea; Oppression of the stomach; Thirst; Vomiting; Headache; Red tongue, thick-dry-yellow coating; Rapid-Wiry-Overflowing pulse (Shu Xian Hong); Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Shu Hong).  

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