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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to weak-slow pulse (ruo chi)
Fu Zi Geng Mi Tang
Prepared Aconite and Rice Decoction
Warms Stomach and Spleen; Tonifies Stomach and Spleen; Controls rebellious Qi.   Metabolic disorders due to Spleen and Stomach Cold from Deficiency.  Gastric ulcer; Gastritis; Nausea; Spasmodic pain of the abdomen; Spasmodic pain of the epigastrium; Vomiting; Aversion to cold; Bloating; Chronic pancreatitis; Cold abdomen; Gallstone; Pale tongue; Weak-Slow pulse (Ruo Chi); Slow-Empty pulse (Chi Xu).  
Shen Jie San
Ginseng and Gecko Powder
Calms asthma; Tonifies Lungs and Kidneys; Stops cough.   Chronic cough due to Lung and Kidney Deficiency.  Asthma; Breathing difficulty; Emphysema; Fatigue; Weak voice; Pale tongue; Weak-Slow pulse (Ruo Chi).  
Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang
Angelica pubescens-Loranthus Decoction
Disperses Cold; Tonifies Qi and Blood; Tonifies Liver and Kidneys; Disperses Wind-Damp; Eliminates painful obstruction.   Painful obstruction with Liver and Kidney Deficiency.  Chronic arthritis; Numbness in the lower back; Numbness of the lower limbs; Pain in the lower back; Painful knees; Painful lower limbs; Rheumatism; Sciatica; Weakness of the knees; Attraction to heat; Aversion to cold; Dyspnea; Palpitations; Sequelae of poliomyelitis; Stiffness; Weakness; Pale tongue, transparent-white or thin-white coating; Weak-Slow pulse (Ruo Chi).  

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