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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to slippery-rapid-overflowing pulse (hua shu hong)
Qing Jing Zhi Xue Tang
Cool the Menses and Stop Bleeding Decoction
Clears Heat; Stops bleeding.   Menorrhagia or uterine hemorrhage due to hot blood in the Liver channel.  Sudden menorrhagia; Sudden metrorrhagia; Irritability; Thirst; Red tongue, yellow coating; Slippery-Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Hua Shu Hong).  
Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang
Bupleurum and Kudzu Decoction to Release the Muscle Layer; Bupleurum-Pueraria Relaxing the Tendons Decoction
Releases the Exterior; Eliminates internal Heat; Eliminates Pathogenic Qi from the muscle layer.   Unresolved exterior Wind-Cold which has become constrained and is transforming into Heat.  Headache; Increasing fever and decreasing chills; Influenza; Painful limbs; Stiffness of the limbs; Bitter taste; Dry nose; Insomnia; Irritability; Night blindness; Ocular pain; Stiffness of the extremities; Toothache; Red tongue, thin-yellow coating; Floating-Rapid pulse (Fu Shu) that transforms into Slippery-Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Hua Shu Hong).  
Qing Wei Tang
Clear the Stomach Decoction
Cools Blood; Clears Heat and Fire from the Stomach.   Vigorous Stomach-Fire injuring the Blood.  Bleeding gums; Foul breath; Gingivitis; Pain of the face; Toothache; Dental abscess; Scarlet red, rough or prickly tongue with a yellow coating; Slippery-Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Hua Shu Hong).  

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