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THIRST BUT NO DESIRE TO DRINK


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Thirst but no desire to drink:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to thirst but no desire to drink
Zi Shen Tong Guan Wan
Enrich the Kidneys and Open the Gates Pill
Clears Heat and Damp-Heat; Promotes the Bladder function of Qi transformation.   Damp-Heat in the Blood level of the Lower Burner (urinary tract).  Anuria; Dysuria; Oliguria; Distension of the lower abdomen; Hematuria; No thirst; Pain of the lower abdomen; Thirst but no desire to drink.  
 
Hao Qin Qing Dan Tang
Artemisia Annua and Scutellaria Decoction to Clear the Gallbladder
Clears Heat and Damp-Heat from the Gall-Bladder; Regulates Stomach-Qi; Transforms Phlegm.   Damp-Heat and turbid Phlegm in the lesser Yang channels battling the protective and nutritive Qi to penetrate deeper into the body.  Acid regurgitation; Acute cholecystitis; Acute gastritis; Acute hepatitis; Alternating fever and chills (high fever, slight chills); Bitter regurgitation; Bitter taste; Chest pain; Fullness in the flanks; Fullness of the chest; Hypertension; Ménière's disease; Nausea; Painful flanks; Vomiting of bile; Bronchitis; Coronary disorders; Malaria; Pneumonia; Pyelonephritis; Thirst but no desire to drink; Thirst with desire to drink; Red tongue, thick-greasy-white or thick-greasy-yellow coating; Right pulse: soft, rapid (Ru Shu) or slippery, rapid (Hua Shu) or wiry, rapid (Xian Shu); Left pulse: wiry, rapid (Xian Shu).  
 
Xi Jiao Di Huang Tang
Rhinoceros Horn and Rehmannia Decoction
Clears Heat and Fire; Cools Blood; Nourishes Yin; Disperses Blood stasis; Eliminates Toxicity; Stops bleeding.   Heat entering the Blood level.  Acute leukemia; Encephalitis; Epistaxis; Fever; Glaucoma; Hematemesis; Hematuria; Melaena; Meningitis; Septicemia; Thirst but no desire to drink; Uremia; Delirium; Distension of the abdomen; Fullness of the abdomen; Hepatic coma; Ophtalmological disorders (blood and pus in anterior chamber of eye); Scarlet red tongue with dark red spots; Fine-Rapid pulse (Xi Shu).  
 


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