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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to slippery-rapid pulse (hua shu); rapid pulse (shu)
Liang Ge San
Cool the Diaphragm Powder; Forsythia and Rhubarb Powder
Clears Heat from the Upper Burner; Purges Heat from the Middle Burner.   Accumulated Heat in the Middle and Upper Burners.  Cholecystitis; Constipation; Dark urine; Encephalitis; Gallstone; Meningitis; Respiratory tract infection; Scanty urine; Sensation of heat and irritation in the chest and abdomen; Sore throat; Sore throat; Thirst; Acute conjunctivitis; Epistaxis; Furuncle; Painful mouth; Painful tongue; Red complexion; Red eyes; Red lips; Skin rashes due to clumped Heat (Upper and Middle Burners); Swollen tongue with red body or edges, and a dry-white or dry-yellow coating; Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu); Rapid pulse (Shu).  
Shao Yao Tang
Peony Decoction
Clears Heat and relieves toxicity; Drains Damp-Heat; Harmonizes Qi and Blood; Moves Qi and Blood; Calms pain of the abdomen.   Heat toxin or Damp-Heat lodged in the Intestines where it causes the Qi and Blood to stagnate. This condition is frequently associated with food poisoning or the contraction of an epidemic toxin.  Acute colitis; Burning sensation in anus; Diarrhea with blood and pus (equal amounts); Dysentery; Enteritis; Pain of the abdomen; Tenesmus; Dark urine; Scanty urine; Red tongue, greasy-yellow coating; Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu); Rapid pulse (Shu).  
Chuan Xin Lian Kang Yan Pian
Andrographis Paniculata Against Inflammation Tablet
Clears Heat from the Triple Burner and relieves toxicity; Anti-infective (Lungs); Anti-inflammatory (Lungs); Clears Damp-Heat; Transforms Damp-Heat; Cools Blood.   Heat toxin accumulating in the Triple Burner.  Cough with yellow phlegm; Dysentery; Lung abscess; Pneumonia; Respiratory tract infection; Tuberculosis; Upper respiratory tract inflammation; Abscess; Chronic asthma; Diarrhea; Furuncle; Throat inflammation; Urinary tract infection; Red tongue, white or yellow coating; Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu); Rapid pulse (Shu).  

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