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Zi Yin Jiang Huo Tang (Decoction to Enrich the Yin and Direct Fire Downward) 滋陰降火湯


Formula Type Formulas that Tonify
Diagnosis Yin deficiency with fire from deficiency
Action Enriches the Yin, nourishes blood, directs fire downwards
Indication Cough that may or may not be productive, wheezing, night sweats, dry mouth, fever, coughing of blood, sore and dry throat, throat sores, raspy voice
Remarks For consumptive disorders such as wasting and thirsting and steaming bones

Dang Gui (Jiu Chao) (4 g)

Bai Shao (Jiu Chao) (7 g)

Shu Di Huang (tested) (3 g)

Sheng Di Huang (tested) (2.5 g)

Tian Men Dong (tested) (3 g)

Mai Men Dong (tested) (3 g)

Chen Pi (tested) (2.5 g)

Bai Zhu (Organic) (3 g)

Zhi Mu (2.5 g)

Huang Bai (tested) (2.5 g)

Gan Cao (Zhi) (1.5 g)

Sheng Jiang (Organic) (3 g)

Da Zao (1 g)


This information is a reference tool for Chinese herbal studies. It is not intended to replace professional medical advice. Please consult a primary health professional if you require health advisory.