Fu Zi Xie Xin Tang to Xie Xin Tang

For focal distention due to damp-heat, vomiting and diarrhea with sweating, aversion to cold and cold extremities. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p80]]>

Bai Hu Cheng Qi Tang to Bai Hu Tang

For high fever, profuse sweating, irritability, thirst, constipation, dark, scanty urine. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p72]]>

Ling Xi Bai Hu Tang to Bai Hu Tang

For febrile disease with high fever, irritability, thirst, impaired consciousness and convulsions due to injury of the qi and blood. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p72]]>

Bai Hu Jia Cang Zhu Tang to Bai Hu Tang

For damp-warm febrile disease or damp painful obstruction which has transformed into heat characterized by fever, epigastric distention, profuse sweating. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p72]]>

Bai Hu Jia Gui Zi Tang to Bai Hu Tang

For wind-damp-heat painful obstruction characterized by high fever, sweating, irritability, thirst, pain and swelling of the joints - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p71]]>

San Huang Shi Gao Tang to Shi Gao Tang

Take with green tea for heat in all three burners with generalized pain. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p62]]>

Qu Feng Zhi Bao Dan to Fang Feng Tong Sheng San

Dispels wind, clears heat, and unblocks the bowels. Treats organ-type wind-stroke. This formula is indicated for wind-stroke with internally-generated wind and heat. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p60]]>

Wei Rui Tang to Jia Jian Wei Rui Tang

For wind-head disorders characterized by sweating, a sensation of heaviness in he body, wheezing, a sullen demeanor, no desire to sleep and a floating pulse at the proximal and distal positions. This formula is stronger than the principal formula and is indicated for cases with less pronounced deficiency. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p58]]>

Ma Huang Fu Zi Gan Cao Tang to Ma Huang Xi Xin Fu Zi Tang

For milder exterior conditions (fever and chills) and also for mild edema with shortness of breath and urinary difficulty. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p56]]>

Shen Su Yin to Ren Shen Bai Du San

For externally contracted wind-cold with congested fluids in the interior in patients with a weak constitution. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p54]]>

Jing Fang Bai Du San to Ren Shen Bai Du San

For externally contracted wind-cold dampness - a more severe presentation for which the principal formula is indicated. Also for exterior conditions with redness and swelling of the eyes, epidemic parotitis and early-stage abcesses or sores. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p54]]>

Yin Qiao Bai Du San to Ren Shen Bai Du San

For early-stage abcesses and sores which are red, swollen and painful accompanied by symptoms of an exterior condition. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p54]]>

Ge Gen Jia Ban Xia Tang to Ge Gen Tang

For simultaneous greater yang and yang brightness-stage disorder in which there is also vomiting but no diarrhea. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p52]]>

Xin Yi San to Cang Er Zi San

Disperses wind-cold and unblocks nasal passages.

Grind equal amounts of the ingredients into a fine powder and take 6 g with tea after meals. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p51]]>

Ju Hua Cha Tiao San to Chuan Xiong Cha Tiao San

For headache and dizziness primarily due to wind-heat. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p51]]>

Xuan Du Fa Biao Tang to Sheng Ma Ge Gen Tang

For early-stage measles in which the surfacing of the ras is blocked, characterized by fever, lack of sweating, cough, sore throat, irritability, thirst and dark urine. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p48]]>

Yi Wu Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang to Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang

For externally contracted warm-febrile disease with constrained interior heat. This formula focuses on clearing interior heat. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p47]]>

Yin Qiao Tang to Yin Qiao San

For remnants of a yang brightness-stage warm-febrile disease that has been incompletely purged. Some of the pathogenic influence remains in the exterior and the Yin has been injured. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p46]]>

Ge Gen Huang Lian Huang Qin Tang to Yin Qiao San

For a yellow tongue coating and diarrhea, take this formula with Yin Qiao San. - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p46]]>

Gui Ling Wu Wei Gan Cao Tang to Ling Gan Wu Wei Jiang Xin Tang

In contrast to the principal formula, this is intended more for cases with underlying Kidney Yang deficiency with coughing in the aftermath of a relatively recent, externally-contracted cold disorder - refer to: Formulas & Strategies ('Bensky Formulas'), p445]]>