Bai Hu Tang
白虎湯 bái hǔ tāng, "White Tiger Decoction"


Translated Name: White Tiger Decoction
Category:
Clear Heat from the Qi Level
Decoction

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Pinyin Pronunciation:
Components (4):
 HerbCommon NameQuantityUnit
石膏 Shi Gao gypsum 30 grams
知母 Zhi Mu anemarrhena rhizome 9 grams
粳米 Geng Mi hulled or husked, uncooked non-glutinous rice 9 - 15 grams
炙甘草 Zhi Gan Cao Honey Prepared Licorice 3 grams
Tongue
Tongue:
Red body, Yellow, dry tongue coating
Pulse
Pulse:
Rate: Rapid (Quick, Fast)

Qualities: Excess (Shi, Strong, Full), Rolling (Slippery)
Cautions
Cautions:
No caution data at this time
Reference Source
Reference Source:
Discussion of Cold Damage (Wiseman version)  Browse

Modifications

Modifications:  
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'''Add Herb Lu Gen''' '''Add Herb Tian Hua Fen''' '''Add Herb Mai Men Dong''': For Xiao Ke syndrome due to Stomach Heat. - refer to:
Author: Dan Bensky and Randall Barolet
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'''Add Herb Xi Xin''' '''Add Herb Cong Bai''' '''Add Herb Dan Dou Chi''': For concurrent wind-cold in the exterior - refer to:
Author: Dan Bensky and Randall Barolet
, p71 details...
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'''Add Herb Huang Qin''' '''Add Herb Huang Lian''': Add for excruciating headache and red, swollen eyes - refer to:
Author: Dan Bensky and Randall Barolet
, p71 details...
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  Brady Chin
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'''Add Herb Da Huang''': For pain and swelling of the gums, headache, noseb - refer to:
Author: Dan Bensky and Randall Barolet
, p71 details...
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'''Add Herb Shan Yao''': For concurrent Stomach qi deficiency - to be used in place of Jing Mi - refer to:
Author: Dan Bensky and Randall Barolet
, p71 details...
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