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Wu Ling San diuretic, drains Damp, strengthens Spleen, warms Yang, promotes Qi transformation

Wu Ling San - Shang han lun

Ze Xie (rhizoma alismatis orientalis)4g

Fu Ling (sclerotium poriae cocos)2.3g

Zhu Ling (sclerotium polypori umbellate)2.3g

Bai Zhu (rhizoma atractylodis macrocephalae)2.3g

Gui Zhi (ramulus cinnamomi cassiae)1.5g

Indications: 1)headache, fever, irritable, strong thirst but with vomiting immediately after drinking, urinary difficulty, floating pulse. 2) edema, generalized sensation of heaviness, diarrhea, urinary difficulty, vomiting and diarrhea due to sudden turmoil. 3) throbbing pulsations just below the umbilicus, vomiting frothy saliva, vertigo, shortness of breath, coughing.

 

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Reference:

Benskey & Gamble 1993, Chinese Herbal Medicine Formulas and Strategies, Seattle Washington, Eastland Press Inc.

 

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