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Formulas2-Dryness- Enrich the Yin and Moisten Dryness

Enrich the Yin and Moisten Dryness
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Bai He Gu Jin Tang *
Bai He (Bulbus Lilli)
Sheng Di Huang (Rx. Rehmanniae Glutinosae)
Shu Di Huang (Rx. Rehmanniae Glutinosae Conquitae)
Mai Men Dong ( Rx. Ophiopogonis)
Xuan Shen (Rx. Scrophulariae)
Bei Mu (Bulbus Fritillariae Cirrhosae)
Jie Geng (Rx. Platycodi)
Dang Gui (Rx. Angelicae Sinensis
Bai Shao (Rx. Paeoniae Albae)
Gan Cao (Rx. Glycrrhizae)

Function: Nourishes yin, moistens the lungs, transforms phlegm, and stops coughing.

Treats: Patients with lung dryness secondary to constitutional yin deficiency.

Sx: PATTERN = LUNG/KIDNEY DISHARMONY, yin def= connective tissue irritation= lack of extrogen, yin and essence def = , Lung = smoker, menopause (dryness), cancer radiation= dryness
Mai Men Dong Tang *
Mai Men Dong (Rx. Ophiopogonis)
Ban Xia (Rz. Pinelliae)
Ren Shen (Rx. Ginseng)
Geng Mi (Nonglutinous Rice)
Da Zao (Fr. Zizyphi Jujubae)
Gan Cao (Rx. Glycyrrhizae)

Function: Benefits the stomach, generates fluids, and descends rebellious Qi.

Treats: Lung yin deficiency secondary to yin deficiency of the stomach.
Sx: Coughing and spitting of saliva, wheezing,
shortness of breath, a dry and uncomfortable sensation in, the throat, a dry mouth, thirst, belching, nausea, vomiting, a dry, red tongue with little coating, and a thready rapid pulse.

Western: Chronic bronchitis, tuberculosis, peptic ulcer and gastritis.

Cautions and Contraindications: Do not use for lung deficiency