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1 Herbs that regulate the Qi Sp. & St. Qi stag. -- Epigastric & abdominal Fullness, Distention, & Pain, belching, gas, acid regurgitation, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, and diarrhea or constipation; Liver Qi Stag. -- Stifling sensation in the chest, irregular menstruation or swollen, tender breasts; Lu. Qi Stag.-- Cough & wheezing shortness of breath Regulate both Lung Qi & Spleen Qi Chen Pi; Ju Hong; Chen Pi; Ju Hong; Tan Xiang; Xie Bai Regulate Spleen & St. Qi Zhi Shi; Zhi Ke; Da Fu Pi; Mu Xiang; Tu Mu Xiang; chuan Mu Xiang; Regulate Liver Qi Qing Pi; Xiang Fu; Chuan Lian Zi; Kidney Meridian Wu Yao; Chen Xiang; Contraindications Qi & Yin def. Tow important Points Distention or Pain Location

2 Herbs that regulate the Qi Part One Agents which regulate both lung & Spleen Qi Chen Pi Chen Pi Ju Hong Ju Hong

3 Chen Pi Chen Pi

4 Pharmaceutical NameCitri reticulatae Pericarpium Actions Regulates the Qi, adjusts the middle, and relieves the diaphragm Dries dampness & transforms phlegm Helps prevent stagnation Indications ( Excess ) Epigastric or abdominal distention Cough with sputum Nausea & vomiting Thick, greasy tongue coating Dosage3 – 9 g Cook Toxic sym. Chen Pi (warm)

5 ContraindicationsDry cough due to Qi & Yin def. Combinations IndicationsFormular Sheng Jiang Vomiting & hiccough due to cold Zhu Ru Huang Lian Vomiting due to phlegm-heat Sang Bai Pi Lung heat type coughing Zhi Shi Mu Xiang Abdominal distention & pain Bai Zhu Bad appetite due to dampness Qin Pi Liver Qi invade stomach: rib area distention Dang Shen Bai Zhu Coughing & wheezing due to Qi def. Chen Pi (warm)

6 Ju Hong Ju Hong

7 Pharmaceutical NameCitri reticulatae Exocarpium rubrum Actions Regulates the Qi & expends the chest Drying dampness & transform phlegm Reduce food stagnation or accumulation Indications (Excess) Cough with sputum Dosage3 - 9 g Cook Toxic Sym.None noted Ju Hong Ju Hong (Warm)

8 Contraindications Comparisons Ju HongChen Pi TasteMore drying & aromatic Actions Less effective in harmonizing the middle & regulating the St. & Sp. Treat the dampness in the middle Instructions Mainly treating phlegm-damp coughs Vomiting & belching; Widely used in most damp & phlegm disease Area Only used in local area & Si Chuan & eastern China All Ju Hong (Warm)

9 Herbs that regulate the Qi Part Two Agents which regulate Stomach & Spleen Qi Zhi Shi ; Zhi Ke ; Da Fu Pi ; Mu Xiang ; Tu Mu Xiang ; chuan Mu Xiang ;

10 Zhi Shi Zhi Shi

11 Pharmaceutical NameAurantii Fructus immaturus Actions Breaks up stagnant Qi & reduces accumulation Transforms phlegm & expels focal distention Used with Qi-tonifying herbs Indications (Excess) Epigastric or abdominal pain & distention Phlegm obstruction Gastriectasis, gastroptosis, rectal prolapse, or uterine prolapse Raise blood pressure Dosage3-9g Cook Toxic Sym. Zhi Shi Zhi Shi ( slightly cold) ( slightly cold)

12 Contraindications Pregnancy Spleen & St. deficienct IndicationsFormular Hou Pu Food stagnation Da Huang Abdominal distention with constipation Huang Qi Sheng Ma Prolapse ( rectal or urine ) Xiang Fu Shen Qu Food stagnation with chest & abdominal distention Xie Bai Gui Zhi Gua Lou chest distention Zhi Shi ( slightly cold)

13 Zhi Ke Zhi Ke

14 Pharmaceutical NameAurantii Fructus Actions Promotes the flow of Qi Indications (Excess ) Cough Distention Constipation Dosage3 -9 g Cook Toxic Sym. Zhi Ke Zhi Ke ( slightly cold )

15 ContraindicationsPregnancy Combinations IndicationsFormular Gui Zhi Stabbing pain in the chest and flanks Jie Geng Phlegm in the chest & block the Qi Zhi Ke ( slightly cold ) Comparisons Zhi ShiZhi Ke Similar actions StrongGentle in effect ActionsBreak up the Qi stagnation;Regulate the Qi; InstructionsStrong distention & fullnessLightly fullness Prolapse

16 Da Fu Pi Da Fu Pi

17 Pharmaceutical NameArecae Pericarpium Actions Drives Qi downword & eases the middle Promotes urination & reduces edema Indications ( Excess ) Abdominal distention due to dampness Acid rgurgitation Edema with abdominal distention Dosage4.5 – 9 g Cook Toxic Sym.Urticaria, severe abdominal pain & diarrhea Da Fu Pi (Slightly warm)

18 ContraindicationsPregnancy Combinations IndicationsFormular Bai Zhu Spleen qi Def. with dampness or water accmulation Hou Pu Chen Pi Difficult bowl movement Sheng Jiang Pi Sang Bai Pi Edema Wu Pi Yin Da Fu Pi (Slightly warm)

19 Mu Xiang Mu Xiang

20 Pharmaceutical NameAucklandiae Radix Actions Promotes the movement of Qi & stop pain Adjusts and regulates stagnant Qi in the intestines Strengthens the spleen & prevents stagnation Indications ( Excess & def. ) Epigastric or abdominal pain Diarrhea and dysenteric disorders Spleen & st. weak of transformative function Dosage3 – 9g Cook Toxic Sym. Allergic reaction including abdominal discomfort Mu Xiang Mu Xiang (Warm)

21 ContraindicationsYin def. or depleted fluids Combinations IndicationsFormular Zhi Ke Yan Hu Suo Epigastric & abdominal pain Sha Ren Focal distention Bai Zhu Lose of appetite with epigastric and abdominal pain and distention Dang Shen Sha Ren Chronic diarrhea Xiang Sha Liu Jun Zi Tang Da Huang Yin Chen Hao GB stone or constipation due to damp-heat Mu Xiang (Warm)

22 Chuan Mu Xiang Chuan Mu Xiang

23 Pharmaceutical NameDolomiaeae Radix Actions Promotes proper movement of Qi Warms the middle Harmonizes the stomach Indications (Excess ) Distention & pain in the abdomen Vomiting Diarrhea Dosage3-9 g Cook Toxic Sym.None noted Chuan Mu Xiang (warm) (warm)

24 Tu Mu Xiang Tu Mu Xiang

25 Pharmaceutical NameInulae Radix Actions Promotes flow of Qi Stop pain Indications (Excess) Fullness & distention of the chest Nausea & vomiting, diarrhea Dosage3-9 g Cook Toxic Sym.None noted Tu Mu Xiang (warm) (warm)

26 Herbs that regulate the Qi Part Three Agents which regulate the Liver Qi Qing Pin ; Xiang Fu ; Chuan Lian Zi ;

27 Qing Pi Qing Pi

28 Pharmaceutical NameCitri reticulatae viride Pericarpium Actions Spreads the liver qi & breaks up stagnant qi Dissipates clumps & reduces stagnation Indications (Excess) Distention & pain in the rib area Food stagnation with pain or a stiffing sensation Breast abscess ( clumping) Dosage3 – 9 g Cook Toxic Sym. Qing Pi Qing Pi (warm) (warm)

29 Combinations IndicationsFormular Yu Jin Liver qi stag. Chai Hu Liver pain Chai Hu Shu Gan San Chen Pi Shan Zha Shen Qu Mai Ya Food stagnation Sang Leng E Zhu Masses Wu Yao Gao Liang Jiang Lower abdominal cold pain Tian Tai Wu yao San ContraindicationsQi def. Qing Pi (warm)

30 Xiang Fu Xiang Fu

31 Pharmaceutical NameCyperi Rhizoma Actions Spreads & regulates liver Qi Regulates menstruation & alleviates pain Indications (Excess) Liver Qi stag. Dysmenorrhea or irregular menstruation Disharmony between the liver & spleen Dosage6 -12 Cook Toxic Sym. Xiang Fu Xiang Fu ( Neutral )

32 ContraindicationsQi def. & no stagnation; yin def. ; heat in the blood Combinations IndicationsFormular Zhi Zi Stomach ache Gao Liang Jiang Stomach ache due to cold Dang Gui Ai Ye Dysmenorrheal Chai Hu Distention & Pain in the rib area Chai Hu Shu Gan San Gua Lou Breast distention & pain Mu Xiang Fo Hou Abdominal pain Xiang Fu ( neutral )

33 Chuan Lian Zi Chuan Lian Zi

34 Pharmaceutical NameToosendan Fructus Actions Dredges liver Qi, release constraint, stops pain Cools Heat Kills parasites & stops pain Indications (Excess) Distention & pain from liver/stomach disharmony Liver pain due to heat Roundworms & tapeworms Dosage4.5 – 9 g Cook Toxic Sym. Slightly toxin Nervous sys. ; digestive tract; circulatory system; Chuan Lian Zi (cold) (cold)

35 ContraindicationsCold from deficiency of the spleen & stomach Combinations IndicationsFormular Yan Hu Suo Intermittent epigastric and hypochondriac pain Xiang Fu Liver Qi stag. Chuan Lian Zi (cold)

36 Herbs that regulate the Qi Part Four Agents which go to Kidney meridian Wu Yao Wu Yao Chen Xiang Chen Xiang

37 Wu Yao Wu Yao

38 Pharmaceutical NameLinderae Radix Actions Promotes the movement of Qi & alleviates pain Warms the kidney Indications (Excess & def.) Epigastric & abdominal pain and distention from cold & qi stagnation Urinary frequency or incontinence due to insufficiency of kidney yang and cold from bladder Dosage3-9 g Cook Toxic Sym.Long term administration & overdosage should both be avoided Wu Yao Wu Yao (warm)

39 ContraindicationsSignificant qi & blood def. or internal heat Combinations IndicationsFormular Mu Xiang Zhi Ke Epigastric and abdominal pain Rou Gui Abdominal pain of cold Wu Zhu Yu Abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea due to spleen & kidney yang def. Dang Gui Xiang Fu Menstrual pain Yi Zhi Ren Bai Shao Urinary frequency in adults and enuresis in children Wu Yao (warm)

40 Chen Xiang Chen Xiang

41 Pharmaceutical NameAquilariae Lignum resinatum Actions Promotes the movement of Qi & alleviates pain Directs rebellious Qi downward & regulates the middle Aids the kidney in grasping the Qi Indications (Excess & def. ) Pain in the lower abdominal due to cold Vomiting, belching or hiccough due to def. cold Asthma & wheezing Dosage1 – 1.5 g CookAdded near the end Toxic Sym.Nausea, borborygmus, and diarrhea Chen Xiang Chen Xiang ( Warm )

42 ContraindicationsSunken qi or fire from yin def. Combinations IndicationsFormular Wu Yao Lower abdominal pain Liu Mo Tang Fu Zi Rou Gui Asthma due to def. cold of kidney Rou Gui Gan Jiang Abdominal cold pain Fu Zi Ding Xiang Cold limbs Zi Su Ye Bai Dou Kou Vomiting & hiccough Chen Xiang ( Warm )

43 Comparisons Chen XiangMu Xiang Moving Qi & Stop pain ActionsAids the kidney in grasping the QiStrengthen the Spleen IndicationAsthma & wheezingDiarrhea due to spleen def. Comparisons Wu YaoXiang FuMu Xiang Moving Qi & Stop pain & warm KidneyLiverSpleen & St. Warm the kidneyRegulate the liver Qi Regulate & strengthen the Sp. & St. Qi Urienary frequency; Menstrual pain due to cold; Menstrual pain due to liver Qi stag.; Main herb to treat women disease; Abdominal distention; bad digestion

44 Conclusion Good at Promoting the movement of the Qi Good at Alleviating the Pain Chen Pi; Ju Hong; Zhi Shi; Zhi Ke; Da Fu Pi; Qing Pi; Xie Bai Mu Xiang; Tu Mu Xiang; Chuan Mu Xiang; Xiang Fu; Chuan Lian Zi;Wu Yao; Chen Xiang; Tan Xiang; All go to the middle Jiao Go to LungGo To Kidney Chen Pi: Ju Hong; Wu Yao;Chen Xiang; Wu Yao; Herbs that Regulate the Qi

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