|Chinese Formula ||Actions ||Indications ||Symptoms related to tongue with a white coating |
|Chai Hu Zhi Jie Tang
Bupleurum, Bitter Orange, and Platycodon Decoction
|Harmonizes the Shao Yang;
Moves Qi in the chest and diaphragm;
Disperses half-exterior, half-interior pathogenic influences.
||Lesser Yang-stage disorder with stagnation of Qi. ||Alternating fever and chills;
Fullness of hypochondrium;
Fullness of the chest;
Pain of the hypochondrium;
Tongue with a white coating;
Floating-Large-Wiry pulse (Fu Da Xian) on the left; Slippery-Wiry pulse (Hua Xian) on the right.
|San Wu Bei Ji Wan
Three-Substance Pill for Emergencies
|Significantly purges Cold.
||Sudden onset of severe Cold accumulation, which is attributed to Cold food stagnating in the Stomach and Intestines where it completely obstructs the flow of Qi. ||Acute pancreatitis;
Distension of the abdomen;
Distension of the epigastrium;
Functional intestinal obstruction;
Pain so severe that it feels as if an awl is piercing the abdomen;
Sudden pain of the abdomen;
Sudden pain of the epigastrium;
Uncomplicated acute appendicitis;
Loss of consciousness with clenched mouth;
Bluish-purple tongue with a White coating;
Deep-Tight pulse (Chen Jin).