Modification to gān mài dà zǎo tāng

Gan Mai Da Zao Tang
(Licorice Wheat and Jujube Decoction)

''Modification:'' For palpitations, shortness of breath, loss of appetite, a swollen tooth-marked tongue and a thin frail pulse ~ this is adding

Gui Pi Tang (Yuan Zhi should be Zhi Yuan Zhi ~ honey fried) - refer to:
Author: Dan Bensky and Randall Barolet
, p384

    Herb Common Name   Qty.  
大棗 Da Zao jujube, Chinese date 10 pieces
甘草 Gan Cao licorice root 9 grams
浮小麥 Fu Xiao Mai light wheat grain 9 - 15 grams
added 茯苓 Fu Ling poria, sclerotium of tuckahoe, China root, hoelen, Indian bread 9 - 12 grams
added 木香 Mu Xiang costus root, saussurea, auklandia 3 - 6 grams
added 人蔘 Ren Shen ginseng root 3 - 6 grams
added 黃耆 Huang Qi astragalus root, milk-vetch root, milkvetch root 9 - 12 grams
added 白术 Bai Zhu (white) atratylodes rhizome, ovate atractylodes, angelica root 9 - 12 grams
added 當歸 Dang Gui tangkuei, Chinese angelica root 6 - 9 grams
added 龍眼肉 Long Yan Rou flesh of the longan fruit, longan 6 - 9 grams
added 酸棗仁 Suan Zao Ren sour jujube seed; zizyphus 9 - 12 grams
added 遠志 Yuan Zhi Chinese senega root; polygala 3 - 6 grams
added 炙甘草 Zhi Gan Cao Honey Prepared Licorice 3 - 6 grams