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Si Ni Tang (Cold- extremities Decoction)

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Si Ni Tang (Cold- extremities Decoction)

Post  Admin on Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:38 am

Chinese Name: Si Ni Tang
English Name: Cold- extremities Decoction

Ingredients: Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhiae, prepared) 6g Gan Jiang (Rhizoma Zingiberis) 9g Fu Zi (Radix Aconiti Praeparata,yuprepared and peeled) 15g.

Administration: make the ingredients into oral liquid, Take it10 to 20ml each time, three times a day; or decoct the ingredientd for oral administration.

Actions: Restores yang from collapse.

Indications: cold syncope due to yang decline of the heart san kidney marked bu cold limbs, mental fatigue, sleepiness,pale complexion ,acersion to cold, abdominalgia, diarrhea, vomiting without thirst, or even profuse cold sweat, pale tongue with white and slippery tongue coating, extremely feeble pulse as well as yang depletion to misuse of diaphoresis.

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