|Ling Gui Zhu Gan Tang
Poria, Cinnamon Twig, Atractylodis Macrocephalae, and Licorice Decoction; Hoelen and Atractylodes Decoction
Tonifies the Spleen;
||Cold-Phlegm in the epigastrium due to Spleen-Yang Deficiency. ||Arthritis;
Fullness of hypochondrium;
Fullness of the chest;
Pale, swollen tongue, greasy-white or slippery-white coating;
Slippery-Moderate-Deep pulse (Hua Huan Chen); Slippery-Moderate-Wiry pulse (Hua Huan Xian).
|Er Chen Tang
Two-Cured Decoction; Two Old Decoction; Citrus and Pinellia Decoction
|Transforms Phlegm and Dampness;
Dries Phlegm and Dampness;
Regulates Qi in the Middle Burner.
||Damp-Phlegm from the Spleen failing to properly transport the fluids. ||Chronic bronchitis;
Distension of the chest;
Distension of the diaphragm;
Oppression of diaphragm;
Oppression of the chest;
Swollen, tooth-marked tongue with a thick-greasy-white coating;
Slippery-Moderate-Deep pulse (Hua Huan Chen).