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ACUTE INFECTION


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Acute infection:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to acute infection
Shi Gao Tang
Gypsum Decoction
Clears Heat and relieves toxicity; Releases the Exterior.   Injury from Cold in which Heat blazes in the Interior while the Exterior condition still lingers.  Abscess; Acute infection; Appendicitis; Chills; Cholecystitis; Dry mouth; Dry nose; Headache; High fever; Insomnia; Irritability; No sweating; Pancreatitis; Restlessness; Thirst; Epistaxis; Erysipelas; Hemoptysis; Internal tension; Red complexion; Red eyes; Sensation of heaviness; Red tongue, yellow coating; Floating-Rapid pulse (Fu Shu).  
 
Bai Hu Tang
White Tiger Decoction
Clears Heat from the Qi level; Eliminates Heat and Fire from the Stomach; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Calms thirst.   Blazing Heat in the Yang brightness channel-stage of the six stages of disease, or the Qi level of the four levels of disease.  Acute infection; Aversion to heat; Diabetes; Encephalitis; Four major: Great fever - Great thirst - Great sweating - Large-Overflowing-Floating pulse; Gingivitis; Great thirst; High fever; Irritability; Meningitis; Pneumonia; Profuse sweating; Epistaxis; Headache; Red complexion; Toothache; Red tongue, dry-yellow or dry-maroon coating; Floating-Forceful-Slippery-Rapid pulse (Fu You Li Hua Shu); Floating-Forceful-Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Fu You Li Shu Hong).  
 
San Huang Shi Gao Tang
Three-Yellow and Gypsum Decoction; Gypsum, Coptis and Scute Decoction
Clears Heat from the Triple Burner; Treats generalized pain.   Injury from Cold in which Heat blazes in the Interior while the exterior condition still lingers.  Abscess; Acute infection; Appendicitis; Chills; Cholecystitis; Dry mouth; Dry nose; Headache; High fever; Insomnia; Irritability; No sweating; Pancreatitis; Restlessness; Thirst; Epistaxis; Erysipelas; Hemoptysis; Internal tension; Red complexion; Red eyes; Sensation of heaviness; Red tongue, yellow coating; Floating-Rapid pulse (Fu Shu).  
 


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