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The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Slow-Empty pulse (Chi Xu):

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to slow-empty pulse (chi xu)
Sheng Jiang Gan Cao Tang
Fresh Ginger and Licorice Decoction
Warms Stomach and Lungs; Tonifies Qi.   Lung atrophy (this condition is more one of Qi than Yang Deficiency).  Clear phlegm; Cough; Watery phlegm; Dry mouth; Dry throat; Pale-wet tongue; Slow-Empty pulse (Chi Xu).  
Fu Zi Geng Mi Tang
Prepared Aconite and Rice Decoction
Warms Stomach and Spleen; Tonifies Stomach and Spleen; Controls rebellious Qi.   Metabolic disorders due to Spleen and Stomach Cold from Deficiency.  Gastric ulcer; Gastritis; Nausea; Spasmodic pain of the abdomen; Spasmodic pain of the epigastrium; Vomiting; Aversion to cold; Bloating; Chronic pancreatitis; Cold abdomen; Gallstone; Pale tongue; Weak-Slow pulse (Ruo Chi); Slow-Empty pulse (Chi Xu).  
Fu Ling Si Ni Tang
Poria Decoction for Frigid Extremities
Warms Central Qi; Tonifies Central Qi; Calms the Mind.   Deficiency and Cold of the Middle Burner with restlessness due to inappropriate use of sweating or purging.  Anxiety; Aversion to chills; Aversion to cold; Cold extremities; Diarrhea; Distension of the abdomen; Gastroenteritis; Intestinal fever; Palpitations; Restlessness; Vomiting; Anemia following hemorrhage; Oedema; Postpartum anemia; Pale tongue; Fine-Slow pulse (Xi Chi); Fine-Slow-Soft pulse (Xi Chi Ru); Slow-Soft-Empty pulse (Chi Ru Xu); Slow-Empty pulse (Chi Xu).  

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