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UNQUENCHABLE THIRST


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Unquenchable thirst:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to unquenchable thirst
Mai Men Dong Yin Zi
Ophiopogonis Decoction
Tonifies Qi; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Moistens Dryness; Calms thirst; Clears Heat.   One type of injury to the Body Fluids and thirsting disorder due to Yin or Blood Deficiency (persistent thirst is due to Qi Deficiency).  Diabetes; Frequent urination; Insipid diabetes; Night cough (elderly people, in particular); Profuse urine; Unquenchable thirst; Breathlessness; Dry mouth; Dry skin; Fatigue; Lassitude; Pulmonary tuberculosis; Turbid urine; Red, dry tongue; Weak-Fine-Empty pulse (Ruo Xi Xu).  
 
Yu Quan Wan
Jade Spring Pill
Nourishes Kidney-Yin; Clears Empty-Heat; Calms thirst.   Yin Deficiency of the Kidneys, Lungs and Spleen.  Diabetes; Frequent urination; Insipid diabetes; Profuse urine; Unquenchable thirst; Red tongue; Fine pulse (Xi); Fine-Rapid pulse (Xi Shu).  
 
Yu Ye Tang
Jade Fluid Decoction
Tonifies Qi; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Moistens Dryness; Calms thirst.   One type of injury to the Body Fluids and thirsting disorder due to Yin Deficiency (persistent thirst is due to Qi Deficiency).  Diabetes; Frequent urination; Insipid diabetes; Profuse urine; Unquenchable thirst; Breathlessness; Fatigue; Lassitude; Turbid urine; Weak-Fine-Empty pulse (Ruo Xi Xu).  
 

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