Formula by Symptoms (Abdominal)

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  1. Abdominal Distension
    • Huo Xiang Zheng Qi (cold damp)
    • Chai Hu Gui Zhi (shao yang disharmony)
    • Xiao Yao San (Liver qi stag)
    • Chai Hu Shu Gan
    • Gui Zhi Fu Ling (blood stasis)
    • Jia Wei Xiao Yao San (Liver Qi stag /w heat)
    • Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Spleen/St Qi Xu)
    • Bao He Wan (Food Stagnation)
    • Xiao Fu Zhu Yu Tang (blood stasis in lower abd)
    • Ping Wei San (damp in mj)
    • Li Zhong Wan (Kd/sp yang xu)
    • Liu Jun zhi tang (SP/ST qi xu w/ damp)
    • Ba Zhen Tang (Qi and blood xu)
  2. Abdominal Mass
    • Gui zhi fu ling (blood stasis)
    • Er Chen Tang (Phlegm in mj)
    • Si Wu Tang (Blood stag)
    • Zhu Yu Tang variations
  3. Abdominal Pain
    • Huo Xiang Zheng qi (cold damp)
    • Li Zhong Wan (cold in MJ)
    • Gui Zhi Fu ling (Fixed stabbing pain from blood stasis)
    • Bao He Wan (Food stagnation or phlegm)
    • Bu Zhong Yi Qi tang (SP/ST qi xu)
    • Yi Guan Jian (Yin deficiency /w qi stag)
    • Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang (premenstrual, with blood stasis)
    • Tong Xue Yao Feng (sp qi xu /w dampness and liver qi stagnation)
    • Er Miao San (LJ damp heat)
    • Bai Tou Wen Tang (Intestinal inflammation with toxic heat)
    • Ping Wei San  (Damp in mj)
    • Shu Gan San (Liver Qi stag)
    • Zhu Yu Tang (Chonic qi and blood stasis)
    • Xiao yao san (shao yang and spleen xu)
    • Ba Zhen Tang (Qi and blood xu)
  4. Acid Reflex
    • Huang Lian Jie Du Tang (Fire)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Liver/st disharmony)
    • Bao he wan (food stagnation /w foul or sour taste)
    • Xiao Yao wan (liver/sp disharmony)
    • Ban xia hou po tang (qi stasis and phlegm)
    • Ping wei san (damp and qi stag)
    • Liu Jun zi tang (sp/st qi xu /w phlegm)
    • Shu gan (Liver qi stag)
  5. Appendicitis
    • Huang Lian Jie Du Tang (St fire)
    • Er Miao San (Damp heat)
  6. Increased appetite
    Huang Lian Jie Du Tang (St Fire)
  7. Decrease Appetite
    • Hou Xiang Zheng Qi (cold damp)
    • Li Zhong Wan (cold and xu in mj)
    • Xiao Yao Wan (Liver/Sp disharmony)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Liver/St Disharmony)
    • Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (qi xu in mj)
    • Gui Pi Tang (Sp/Heart qi xu /w bld xu)
    • Wen Dan Tang (St/GB disharmy, phlegm-heat)
    • Ping Wei San (damp in mj)
    • Liu Jun Zi Tang (sp/st qi xu /w phlegm)
    • Bao He wan (food stagnation /w heat or phlegm)
    • Ba Zhen Tang (Qi and Blood xu)
  8. Bad breath
    • Huang Lian Jie du tang (St fire, liver heat, damp-heat)
    • Bao He wan (food stagnation, st heat)
    • Xiao Chao Hu Tang (Liver/St disharmony)
  9. Belching
    • Chai Hu Shu Gan (Livr qi stag, Lr/Sp disharmony)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Lr/St disharmony)
    • Bao He wan (food stagnation, damp)
    • Liu Jun zi tang (Sp/st qi xu /w phlegm)
    • Ping wei san (damp in Mj, sour or foul taste)
  10. Colitis
    • Tong xie yao feng (Liver qi stag, spleen qi xu /w damp)
    • Huang Lien Jie Du (toxic heat and damp)
    • Huai Hua San (pain and bleeding)
  11. Constipation
    • Zhi Gan Cao Tang (qi/bld/yin xu)
    • Xiao Yao san (lr/sp disharmony)
    • Xiao chai hu tang (lr/st disharmony)
    • Bao he wan (food stag, damp, phlegm)
    • Ma Zi Ren Wan (Dry lung, intestine, st, dry stool)
    • Si Shen Wan (Kd and sp yang xu)
    • Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (sp/st qi xu)
    • Run Chong wan (bld/kd/lv xu)
    • Ping Wei San (Damp in mj)
    • Zhu Yu tang variation (qi and blood stasis)
    • si wu tang (blood xu and stagnation)
  12. Chohn's disease
    • Tong xie yao feng (Liver qi stag, sp qi xu /w damp)
    • Huang Lian Jie Du (Intestinal inflammation and toxic heat)
    • Huai Hua san (acute attacks)
  13. Diarrhea and loose stool
    • Huo Xiang Zheng Qi (Cold damp)
    • Xie Xin Wan (heat-toxin)
    • Huang Lien Jie Du (blood in stool)
    • Xiao Chao Hu Tang (Lr/st disharmony)
    • Bao He wan (food stagnation)
    • Bu Zhong Yi Qi (spl/st qi xu)
    • Xiao Yao San (lr/sp disharmony)
    • Tong xie yao feng (liver qi stag, sp qi xu /w damp)
    • Wu Ling San (acute vomiting and edema)
    • Bai Tou Wen Tang (intestinal inflammation from heat-toxin)
    • Li Zhong Wan (sp and kd qi xu)
    • Xie Xin Tang (damp-heat)
  14. Dysentery
    • Huang lien jie du tang (heat-toxin)
    • Bai Tou Wen Tang (Damp-heat)
    • Huai Hua Tang (Bleeding)
  15. Flatulence
    • Chai hu Gui Zhi tang (lv/sp disharmony)
    • Bao He Wan (Food stagnation)
    • Bu Zhong Yi Zi Tang (sp/st qi xu)
    • Huang lien jie du (toxic heat and damp)
    • ping wei san (damp in mj)
    • li zhong wan (sp/kd yang xu)
    • Shu Gan (Lr qi stag)
  16. Food Allergies
    • Xiao Yao San (liver qi stag)
    • Tong xie yao feng (acute wind and dampness)
    • Huang Lien Jie Du (interstinal inflammation with toxic heat)
  17. Food poisoning
    • Huang lien jie du (liver heat or fire)
    • Tong xie yao feng (wind, dampness and phlegm)
    • Bai Tou Weng Tang (dampness and toxic heat)
  18. Food stagnation
    • Er Chen tang (st/sp disharmony /w damp)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Lr/st disharmony)
    • Ping Wei (damp in mj)
    • Bao He wan (acute)
  19. Gallbladder Inflammation
    • Long Dan Xie Gan (liver/gb fire or damp-heat)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Liver qi stag, xiaoyang)
    • Wen dan tang (st/gb disharmony, phlegm heat)
  20. Gallbladder spasms
    • Xiao Chai Shu Gan (liver qi stag)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (liver qi stag /damp heat)
  21. Gallstones
    • Chai Hu Gui Zhi (Lv/sp disharmony)
    • Chia Hu Shu gan (liver qi stag)
    • Long Dan Xie Gan (gb fire)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (xiaoyang)
  22. Gastritis
    • Chai Hu Shu Gan (liver qi stag)
    • Huang Lien Jei Du (liver heat or fire)
    • Yi Guan Jian (yin xu /w heat)
    • Wen den Tang (st/gb disharmony, phlegm-heat)
    • Ping Wei San (Damp in mj)
  23. Gastroenteritis
    • Huo Xiang Zheng Qi Tang (cold damp)
    • Xi Xin tang (heat-toxin)
    • Bao He Wan (Food stag)
    • Huang Lien Jie Du (toxic damp heat)
    • Wu Ling San (tai yang water)
    • bai tou wen (damp-heat)
  24. Giadia
    Huang lian jie du (Toxic heat)
  25. Heartburn
    • Chai Hu Shu Gan (liver qi stag)
    • Huang Lien jie du (liver heat and fire)
    • bao he wan (food stagnation)
    • xiao chai hu tang (shaoyang)
    • ping wei san (overeating)
    • shu gan (liver invading earth)
  26. Hemorrhoids
    • Huang lien jie du (heat toxin)
    • Chai hu ghui zhi (Hep A, lv/sp disharmony)
    • Chai Hu Shu gan (liver qi stag)
    • Jia Wei Shao Yao (Liver qi stag with heat)
    • Long dan xi gan cao (liver/gb fire (more), damp-heat)
    • Yi Guan Jian (yin xu)
    • Yin Chen Hao (lv/gb more damp than heat)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (chronic, damp-heat /w qi stag)
    • Wen Den Tang (st/gb damp-heaet)
  27. Hepatomegaly
    • Chai Hu Shu Gan Gan (liver qi stag)
    • Jin Ling Zhi San + Ge Xia Zhu Yu Tang
  28. Intestinal abscess
    • Huang Lien Jie Du Tang (Toxic heat damp)
    • Huai Hua (Blood in stood from toxic heat)
    • Bai Tou Wen Tang
  29. Intestinal cramping
    • Jin Ling Zhi San (Pain)
    • Shao Yao san (pain)
    • Bao He Wan (food stagnation)
    • Huang Lien Jie Du (toxic-heat)
    • Ping Wei San (Damp in mj)
    • Shu Gan (Liver qi stag)
    • Bai Tou Wen, Huai Hua (Dysentery/damp heat)
  30. Jaundice
    • Long Dan Xie Gan Cao (damp-heat, liver heat)
    • Xiao Chao Hu Tang (chronic)
    • Yin Chen Hao Tang (More Damp than heat)
  31. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    • Huang Lien Jie Du Tang (heat-toxin)
    • Tong Xie Yao Feng Tang (sp qi xu /w damp and liver qi stag)
    • Shu Gan (Liver Qi Stag)
  32. Metabolic syndrom
    Di Huang Wan (Lung, kd, stomach yin xu)
  33. Nausea
    • Huo Xiang Zheng Qi (damp cold)
    • Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang (lr/sp disharmony.  Taiyang + Shao Yang simultaneously.)
    • Xiao Yao San (lr/sp disharmony)
    • Chai Hu Shu Gan (Lr qi stag)
    • Er Chen tang (st/sp disharmony /w phlegm)
    • Di Huang Wan (lung/st/kd yin xu)
    • Bao He Wan (food stagnation)
    • Jia Way Xiao Yao (lv/st disharmony /w heat)
    • Si Wu Tang (qi and blood xu)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (shaoyang)
    • Ping Wei San (damp in mj)
    • Wen Dai Tang (st/gb phlegm heat)
    • Si Jun Zi Tang (depression)
    • Liu jun zi tang (sp/st qi xu /w phlegm)
  34. Obesity
    • Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (qi xu)
    • Sheng Ling Bai Zhu (dampness, deficiency and stagnation)
    • Ping Wei San (damp in mj)
    • Jin Gui Shen Qi Tang (sp qi/kd yang xu)
  35. Pancreatitis
    • Shao Yao Gan Cao mod (pain)
    • Xiao Chai Hu Tang (pathogenic qi and heat in mj)
  36. Phlegm in digestive system
    • Er Chen Wan (sp/st disharmony /w phelgm)
    • Huang Lian Jie Du Tang (toxic-heat and phlegm)
    • Ping Wei San (damp in mj)
    • Liu Jun Zi Tang (chronic.  Sp/st qi xu with phlegm)
  37. Dry stools
    • Run Chong Wan (kd/lv yin xu)
    • Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan (heat in blood)
    • Si Wu Tang (Blood stasis)
    • Huang lian jie du (liver heat or fire /w damp)
  38. Erratic stools
    • Xiao Yao San (lr/sp disharmony)
    • Tong Xie yao feng (wind or food stagnation)
    • Bu Zhong yi qi tang (St/sp qi xu)
    • Huang Lian jie du (toxic heat. intestinal inflammation)
    • Ping Wei San (Damp in mj)
    • Shu Gan (liver qi stag)
  39. Loose Stools
    • Huang lian jie du (toxic heat)
    • Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin (toxic heat /w external wind)
  40. Vomiting
    • Huo Xiang Zheng Qi Tang (damp cold)
    • Chai Hu Gui Zhi tang (lr/sp disharmony with taiyang and shaoying simutanously)
    • Cha hu shu gan (lr qi stag)
    • Er Chen tang (phelgm)
    • Huang lian jie du (Fire)
    • Tong xie yao feng (Wind. Food stag)
    • Xiao yao san (lr/sp disharmony)
    • Long Dan xie gan cao (st/gb damp-heat)
    • Xiao chai hu tang (shaoyang)
    • Ban xia hou po tang (qi stag in st)
    • Wu Ling san (water retention)
    • Xiao chai hu tang (lr qi stag or shaoyang)
    • Ping Wei San (damp in mj)
    • Liu Jun zi tang (sp/st qi xu /w phelgm)
    • Bao He wan (food stag)
  41. Vomiting blood
    • Huang lian jie du (heat or fire)
    • Zhi Bai Di Huang (blood heat)
    • Huai Hua San (bleeding)
  42. Abnormal Weight Loss
    • Zhi Gan Cao Tang (qi/bld/yin xu)
    • Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (sp/st qi xu)
    • Ba zhen tang (qi and blood xu)
    • Mai Men Dong tang (yin xu /w fluid xu)

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Formula by Symptoms (Abdominal)
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