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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to weak-wiry pulse (ruo xian)
Xiao Yao San
Free and Easy Wanderer Powder; Rambling Powder; Bupleurum and Tangkuei Powder
Soothes Liver-Qi; Tonifies the Spleen; Nourishes Blood; Harmonizes Liver and Spleen.   Liver constraint with Blood Deficiency. Dysharmony between the Liver and Spleen.  Amenorrhea; Anemia; Bitter taste; Bloating; Chronic hepatitis; Digestive disorders; Dizziness; Dysmenorrhea; Fatigue; Fibrocystic breast; Functional sterility; Gastritis; Headache; Hiccup; Irregular menstruation; Leukorrhea; Menorrhagia; Pain of the hypochondrium; Peptic ulcer; Poor appetite; Premenstrual syndrome; Dry mouth; Dry throat; Hypoglycemia; Nervous breakdown; Pleurisy; Poor vision; Retinitis; Slight, chronic fever; Pale-red tongue; Weak-Wiry pulse (Ruo Xian); Wiry-Empty pulse (Xian Xu).  
Tong Xie Yao Fang
Important Formula for Painful Diarrhea
Soothes Liver-Qi; Tonifies the Spleen; Stops diarrhea; Calms pain.   Painful diarrhea due to Spleen Deficiency with an overcontrolling Liver.  Acute gastroenteritis; Colitis; Continuous borborygmus; Dysentery; Enteritis; Pain of the abdomen; Diarrhea and pain which starts with the urge to defecate and subsides after completion; Tongue with thin-white coating; Weak-Wiry pulse (Ruo Xian); Fine-Wiry pulse (Xi Xian); Slow-Wiry pulse (Chi Xian) - rarely.  
Ban Xia Liu Jun Zi Tang
Pinellia and Six-Gentlemen Decoction
Tonifies Stomach and Intestines; Harmonizes Stomach and Intestines; Subdues Rebellious Qi; Promotes digestion.   Intestines and Stomach weakness and disharmony which are due or worsening with exhaustion or improper diet.  Acute gastroenteritis; Anorexia; Chronic gastroenteritis; Diarrhea; Duodenal ulcer; Fatigue; Fullness of the epigastrium; Gastric ulcer; Indigestion; Nausea; Poor digestion; Stomach prolapse; Vomiting; Ascites; Pale tongue, greasy-white or greasy-yellow coating; Weak-Wiry pulse (Ruo Xian).  

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