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Descend Rebellious Qi Formula to S&S

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Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang (Perilla fruit dec for directing qi down)
Dx: "Shi above xu below"
Shi phlegm cold obst the Lu. Xu Ki (yang) unable to grasp Lu qi.
Caused by ext W.C.->P.C.
Cough and wheeze with watery copious sputum, stifling sensation and heaviness in the chest and diaphragm, SOB with relatively labored inhalation and smooth exhalation (inhale shorter than exhale).
May also be P* and weakness of the low back and legs, edema of low extremities, fatigue
T: white coat that is greasy
P: weak in chi
Ding Chuan Tang (Arrest wheezing dec)
Dx: Wheeze caused by W.C. constraining the ext and phlegm Heat smoldering the int.
Pt has preexisting phlegm. Shi pattern
Cough and wheeze with copious thick sticky yellow sputum that is difficult to expectorate, labored breath.
May also be simultaneous F&C
T: Greasy yellow
P: slippery rapid
Xuan Fu Dai Zhe Tang (Inula and hematite dec)
Dx: Phlegm turbidity obstructing the int together with xu St qi
Unremitting Belching, Hiccup, regurgitation, nausea or vomit, hard epigastric focal distention
T: white slippery coat
P: wiry (or slippery) xu
Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang (Tangerine peel and bamboo shavings dec)
Dx: St qi xu with mild heat from constrained qi
Chronic hiccough, nausea, dry heaves or retching.
Also for vomit resulting from debility after a prolonged illness
T: Tender, red body
P: xu and rapid
Ding Xiang Shi Di Tang (Clove and persimmon calyx dec)
Dx: St xu leading to cold
Hiccup, Belch or Vomit with a stifling sensation in the epigastrium, focal distention of the chest.
T: Pale with white coat
P: submerged, slow