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WEAK-RAPID PULSE (RUO SHU); RAPID-EMPTY PULSE (SHU XU)


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Weak-Rapid pulse (Ruo Shu); Rapid-Empty pulse (Shu Xu):

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to weak-rapid pulse (ruo shu); rapid-empty pulse (shu xu)
Qing Zao Jiu Fei Tang
Eliminate Dryness and Rescue the Lungs Decoction; Eriobotrya and Ophiopogonis Decoction
Disperses Heat and Dryness; Clears Heat and Dryness; Moistens the Lungs.   Warm Dryness attacking the Lungs and causing the Lung-Qi to rebel.  Acute bronchitis; Asthma; Chronic bronchitis; Dry cough; Dry throat; Fever; Fullness of the chest; Headache; Irritation of the throat; Pneumonia; Pulmonary tuberculosis; Respiratory tract infection; Thirst; Hemoptysis; Irritability; Pain of the hypochondrium; Dry tongue, no coating; Weak-Rapid pulse (Ruo Shu); Rapid-Empty pulse (Shu Xu).  
 
Zi Wan Tang
Aster Decoction
Clears Empty-Heat from the Lungs; Tonifies the Lungs.   Empty-Heat in the Lungs.  Fever; Hemoptysis; Persistent cough; Pulmonary tuberculosis; Asthenia; Caseous lesion in lungs; Dyspnea; Red, dry tongue; Weak-Rapid pulse (Ruo Shu); Rapid-Empty pulse (Shu Xu).  
 
Qin Jiao Fu Lei Tang
Gentiana Qinjiao Decoction to Overcome Exhaustion
Clears Empty-Heat from the Lungs.   Empty-Heat in the Lungs.  Cough; Irritation of the respiratory tract; Pulmonary tuberculosis; Respiratory tract infection with persistent symptoms (pneumonia, pleurisy); Spontaneous sweating; Unremitting slight fever; Chills; Fatigue; Weakness of the limbs; Red, dry tongue; Weak-Rapid pulse (Ruo Shu); Rapid-Empty pulse (Shu Xu).  
 

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