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SLOW-WIRY PULSE (CHI XIAN)


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to slow-wiry pulse (chi xian)
Xiang Sha Liu Jun Zi Tang
Six-Gentleman Decoction with Aucklandia and Amomum; Saussurea and Cardamon Decoction
Tonifies the Spleen; Harmonizes the Stomach; Regulates the Qi; Transforms Phlegm; Calms pain.   Digestive disorders due to Spleen Qi Deficiency, and Phlegm or Dampness accompanied by Cold.  Diarrhea; Digestive disorders (sensation of fullness); Distension of the abdomen; Nausea; Pain of the abdomen; Poor appetite; Regurgitation; Vomiting; Acute gastritis; Chronic gastritis; Duodenal ulcer; Gastric ulcer; Pale tongue, greasy-white coating; Slippery-Slow pulse (Hua Chi); Slow-Wiry pulse (Chi Xian).  
 
Tong Xie Yao Fang
Important Formula for Painful Diarrhea
Soothes Liver-Qi; Tonifies the Spleen; Stops diarrhea; Calms pain.   Painful diarrhea due to Spleen Deficiency with an overcontrolling Liver.  Acute gastroenteritis; Colitis; Continuous borborygmus; Dysentery; Enteritis; Pain of the abdomen; Diarrhea and pain which starts with the urge to defecate and subsides after completion; Tongue with thin-white coating; Weak-Wiry pulse (Ruo Xian); Fine-Wiry pulse (Xi Xian); Slow-Wiry pulse (Chi Xian) - rarely.  
 
Da Jian Zhong Tang
Major Construct the Middle Decoction; Major Strengthening the Centre Decoction; Major Zanthoxylum Decoction
Warms the Middle Burner; Tonifies the Middle Burner; Subdues Rebellious Qi; Controls rebellious Qi; Eliminates pain due to Cold.   Weakness and Deficiency of the Middle Burner Yang (the root), and Yin or Cold which is ascendant in the Interior (the manifestation).  Chronic gastritis; Duodenal ulcer; Excruciating pain of the abdomen to the point that the patient cannot tolerate being touched; Gastric ulcer; Severe sensation of cold in the stomach; Severe vomiting, inability to keep food down; Spasms of the intestines; Transfixing pain of the epigastrium; Chronic cholecystitis; Chronic pancreatitis; Urinary calculus; Pale tongue, slippery-white coating (tongue may be swollen); Hidden-Slow-Wiry pulse (Fú Chi Xian); Slow-Knotted-Wiry pulse (Chi Jie Xian); Slow-Wiry pulse (Chi Xian).  
 

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