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Tonifying Herbs Qi deficient symptoms: Sp. Qi Def.: lethargy, weakness in the extremities, lack of appetite, abdominal distention or pain, and loose stools.

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1 Tonifying Herbs Qi deficient symptoms: Sp. Qi Def.: lethargy, weakness in the extremities, lack of appetite, abdominal distention or pain, and loose stools or diarrhea Sp. Qi Def.: lethargy, weakness in the extremities, lack of appetite, abdominal distention or pain, and loose stools or diarrhea Lu. Qi Def.: shortness of breath, shallow breathing, dyspnea on exertion, weak voice, pallid complexion, and spontaneous sweating. Lu. Qi Def.: shortness of breath, shallow breathing, dyspnea on exertion, weak voice, pallid complexion, and spontaneous sweating. Blood deficient symptoms: Pallid face & lips, dizziness, vertigo, diminished vision, lethargy, palpitations, dry skin, menstrual irregularities, pale tongue, and a fine pulse Pallid face & lips, dizziness, vertigo, diminished vision, lethargy, palpitations, dry skin, menstrual irregularities, pale tongue, and a fine pulse Tonifying the Qi Ren Shen, Dang Shen, Huang Qi, Shan Yao, Bai Zhu, Da Zao, Gan Cao, Bai Bian Dou, Yi Tang, Tai Zi Shen, Huang Jing Tonify the Blood Shu Di Huang; Dang Gui; Bai Shao; E Jiao; Gou Qi Zi; Sang Shen; Long Yan Rou; He Shou Wu Contraindications

2 Herbs that tonify the Qi Ren Shen, Dang Shen, Huang Qi, Shan Yao, Bai Zhu, Da Zao, Gan Cao, Bai Bian Dou, Yi Tang,

3 Ren Shen Ren Shen

4 Pharmaceutical NameGinseng Radix Actions 1. Powerful tonifies the primal Qi 2. Strengthen the Spleen & tonifies the Stomach 2. Tonifies the Lungs & augments the Qi 3. Generates fluids & stops thirst 3. Benefits the Heart Qi & calms the spirit 4. Miscellaneous adjunctive effect Indications ( Deficiency ) Sp. & Lu Qi def. Wheezing, shortness of breath Wasting & thirsting disorder Papitations with anxiety, insomnia Dosage3 – 9 g Cook Toxic Sym.Maculopapular rashes, headache, vertigo, fever, and bleeding Ren Shen Ren Shen ( slightly warm )

5 Contraindications retention of a pathogen Liver Yang rising up Damp Heat Combinations IndicationsFormular Fu Zi Collapsed qi & devastated yangShen Fu Tang Mai Dong WuWeiZi Spontaneous sweating associated with Qi & Yin def. Sheng Mai San Shu Di Huang Qi & Blood def. Bai Zhu Fu Ling Spleen & St. def. Si Jun Zi Tang Huang Qi ChaiHu Prolapse Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang Dang Gui LongYanRou Insomnia, palpitations Gui Pi Tang Ren Shen ( slightly warm )

6 Dang Shen Dang Shen

7 Pharmaceutical NameCodonopsis Radix Actions 1. Tonifies the middle burner & augments the Qi 2. Tonifies the Lungs 3. Also used with herbs that release the exterior or drain downward when presentation includes significant qi def. Indications ( def. ) Spleen Qi def.: diarrrhea, fatigue Chronic cough Significant qi def. Dosage6 – 9 g Cook Toxic Sym.Very low toxicity: throat pain, vertigo, impaired vision, spasm of legs Dang Shen Dang Shen ( Neutral )

8 ContraindicationsExcess pathogens Combinations IndicationsFormular Fu Ling Bai Zhu Spleen & St. def.Si Jun Zi Tang Dang Gui Sheng Di Qi & Blood def. Huang Qi Fatigue, shortness of breath Zi Wan Cough due to deficiency Dang Gui Da Huang Interior excess accompanied by significant def. Zi Su Ye Exterior wind-cold contracted by one with underlying Qi def. Shen Su Yin Dang Shen ( Neutral )

9 Huang Qi

10 Pharmaceutical NameAstragali Radix Actions 1. Tonifies the qi & blood 1. Tonifies the Spleen & raises the yang 2. Augments the protective qi & stabilizes the exterior 3. Promotes urination and reduces edema 3. Promotes the discharges of pus & generates flesh Indications ( def. ) Severe loss of blood Lack of appetite, fatigue, & diarrhea Escessive sweating associated with qi def. Superficial edema & reduced urination Chronic ulcerations & sores due to def. Dosage9 – 15 g Cook Toxic Sym.Headache, insomnia, dizziness, flushing, & high blood pressure Huang Qi Huang Qi ( Warm )

11 ContraindicationsSignificant heat toxin Combinations IndicationsFormular Ren Shen General debility Long Yan Rou Dang Gui insomnia Gui Pi Tang San Qi E Jiao Bleeding due to qi def. Sheng Ma Chai Hu Uterine prolapse Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang Fang Feng Bai Zhu Spontaneous sweating Yu Ping Feng San Mai Dong Wu Wei Zi Night sweat Fang Ji Bai Zhu Wind edema Huang Qi ( Warm )

12 Shan Yao Shan Yao

13 Pharmaceutical NameDioscoreae Rhizoma Actions 1. Tonifies and augments the spleen & stomach 1. Tonifies the lung qi & augments the lung yin 2. Tonifies the kidneys & also stabilizes the binds Indications ( def. ) Diarrhea & fatigue Spontaneous sweating Chronic cough or wheezing Spermatorrhea, vaginal discharge Dosage9 – 30 g Cook Toxic Sym. Allergic reactions: maculopapular rashes Shan Yao Shan Yao ( neutral )

14 ContraindicationsAccumulation of dampness Combinations IndicationsFormular Fu Ling Bai Zhu Loose, watery stools due to spleen def. Shen Ling Bai Zhu San MaiYa Ji Nei Jin Food stag. Due to spleen def. Yu Zhu Shi Hu Stomach yin def. Mai Dong Wu Wei Zi Cough due to lung def. Shu Di Huang Shan Zhu Yu Spermatorrhea & night sweats due to kid. Def. Shan Yao ( neutral )

15 Bai Zhu Bai Zhu

16 Pharmaceutical NameAtractylodis macrocephalae Rhizoma Actions 1. Tonifies the Spleen & augments the qi 1. Dries dampness & promotes water metabolism 2. Stabilizes the exterior & stops sweating 3. Calms the fetus Indications ( Excess & def.) Diarrhea & fatigue Accumulation of fluids: edema Spontaneous sweating Restless fetus Dosage6 – 15 g Cook Toxic Sym. Vomiting of blood, epistaxis, bloody stools Bai Zhu Bai Zhu ( warm)

17 Contraindications Internal heat from yin def. or thirst from exhausted fluids Combinations IndicationsFormular Dang Shen Gan Jiang Diarrhea due to cold from def. Li Zhong Wan Fu Ling Yi Yi Ren Dampness due to sp. Def. Shen Ling Bai Zhu San Cang Zhu Damp cold Fu Ling Gui Zhi Edema due to Sp. Def. Huang Qi Fu Xiao Mai Spontaneous sweating Yu Ping Feng San Bai Zhu ( warm)

18 Da Zao Da Zao

19 Pharmaceutical NameJujubae Fructus Actions 1. Tonifies the Spleen & augments the qi 2. Nourish the blood & calms the spirit 3. Moderates & harmonizes the harsh properties of other herbs Indications ( def. ) Lassitude, reduced appetite Irritability, and severe emotional lability Dosage3 – 12 dates or g Cook Toxic Sym. Allergic reactions: Urticaria of the skin, edema of the eyelids and dyspnea Da Zao Da Zao ( warm )

20 ContraindicationsHeat from excess Combinations IndicationsFormular Sheng Jiang Harmonize the middle Jiao Dang Shen Bai Zhu Spleen & St. weakness E Jiao Dang Gui Nourish blood Gan Cao Xiao Mai Restless organ disorder Gan Mai Da Zhao Tang Da Zao ( warm )

21 Gan Cao Gan Cao

22 Pharmaceutical NameGlycyrrhizae Radix Actions 1. Tonifies the Spleen & augments the qi 2. Moistens the lungs & stops coughs 3. Moderates spasms & alleviates pain 3. Clears heat & resolves the toxicity Indications ( Excess & def. ) Commonly used for spleen def. Cough & wheezing Painful spasms of the abdomen or legs Sore throat due to fire toxin Dosage1.5 – 9 g Cook Toxic Sym. Salt retention, hypertention, spasms & numbness, dizziness, and headache Gan Cao Gan Cao ( neutral )

23 Contraindicationsdampness Combinations IndicationsFormular Dang Shen Fu Ling Spleen def. Si Jun Zi Tang Ma Huang Xing Ren Cough due to wind-cold invading Sang Ye Jie Geng Cough due to Wind-heat invading Chai Hu Dang Gui Hypochondriac pain due to liver qi constraint Xiao Yao San Jie Geng Sore throat due to heat Gan Cao ( neutral )

24 Bai Bian Dou Bai Bian Dou

25 Pharmaceutical NameLablab Semen album Actions 1. Strengthens the spleen, nourishes the stomach, transforms dampness, and harmonize the middle 1. Clears summer heat with dampness 2. Treats poisoning Indications ( Excess & def. ) Chronic diarrhea Summerheat patterns Variety of food related poisoning Dosage9 – 30 g Cook Toxic Sym. Toxin: do not take without cook, Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea Bai Bian Dou ( neutral )

26 Contraindications Combinations IndicationsFormular Cang Zhu Qian Shi Vaginal discharge due to spleen def. Bai Zhu Sha Ren Lack of appetite Lu Gen Puffer fish toxin Bai Bian Dou ( neutral )

27 Yi Tang Yi Tang

28 Pharmaceutical NameMaltosum Actions 1. Tonifies the spleen & augments the qi 1. Tonifies the middle burner qi & slleviates pain 2. Moistens the lungs & stops coughs Indications ( Excess & Def. ) Shortness of breath Redueced appetite Nonproductive cough Sudden on set of cough Dosage15 – 60 g Cook Toxic sym. Yi Tang (warm)

29 ContraindicationsDamp heat Combinations IndicationsFormular Dang shen Zhi GanCao Insufficient of the middle qi Huang Qi Severe deficiency Gan Jiang Hua Jiao Def. of the middle Yang Yi Tang (warm)

30 Herbs that tonify the Blood Shu Di Huang; Shu Di Huang; Dang Gui; Dang Gui; Bai Shao; Bai Shao; E Jiao; E Jiao; Gou Qi Zi; Gou Qi Zi; Sang Shen; Sang Shen; Long Yan Rou; Long Yan Rou;

31 Shu Di Huang Shu Di Huang

32 Pharmaceutical NameRehamnniae Radix preparata Actions 1. Tonifies the blood 1. Nourishes the yin 2. Strongly enriches the yin & relieves wasting and thirsting disorder 2. Nourishes the blood & tonifies the essence Indications (Def.) Blood def.: facial pallor, dizziness, palpitations & insomnia Yin def.: weak lower back & limbs, dizziness tinnitus, tidal fever Ascendant fire due to exhaustion of kidney yin Impotence & memory loss Dosage9 – 30 g Cook Toxic Sym.One report of an allergic skin reaction Shu Di Huang ( slightly warm )

33 ContraindicationsQi Stag. & profuse phlegm, or dampness IndicationsFormular Dang Gui Blood def. E jiao Ai Ye Excessive uterine bleeding Jiao Ai Tang Sha Ren For patient suffered both blood def. & spleen qi def. Fu Zi Rou Gui Kidney Yang def. Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan Zhi Mu Huang Bai Low fever due to Yin def. Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan Shan Yao Ze Xie Ascendant fire due to exhaustion of kidney yin Shu Di Huang ( slightly warm )

34 Dang Gui Dang Gui

35 Pharmaceutical NameAngelicae sinensis Radix Actions 1. Tonifies the blood & regulates the menses 2. Invigorates & harmonizes the blood & disperses cold 3. Moistens the intestines & unblocks the bowels 3. Reduces swelling, expels pus, generates flesh, and alleviates pain 4. Treats coughs Indications (Def. & excess) Blood def.: especially when affecting the heart & Liver Stop pain due to blood stasis Chronic constipation due to qi & blood def. Sores & abscess Dosage4.5 – 15 g Cook Toxic Sym.Mild lassitude, drowsiness, and urticaria Dang Gui Dang Gui ( warm )

36 ContraindicationsDiarrhea or dampness IndicationsFormular Shu Di Huang Blood def. Bai Shao Chuan Xiong Shu Di Menstrual irregularity, amenorrhea, & dysmenorrhea due to blood def. Si Wu Tang Ru Xiang Mo Yao Strains & fractures Xiang Fu Yan Hu Suo Dysmenorrhea Chai Hu Bai Shao Liver Qi stag. Xiao Yao San Rou Cong Rong Niu Xi Chronic constipation Ji Chuan Jian Jin Yin Hua Xuan Shen Reduce the swelling of abscess Dang Gui ( warm )

37 Bai Shao Bai Shao

38 Pharmaceutical NamePaeoniae Radix alba Actions 1. Nourishes the blood & regulates the menses 2. Calms & curbs the liver yang & alleviates pain 2. Preserves the yin & adjusts the nutritive & protectives levels Indications (Def.) Blood def.: menstrual dysfunction, vaginal discharge Chest or abdominal pain due to liver qi stag. Spontaneous sweating. Dosage6 – 15g Cook Toxic Sym.Allegic reaction Bai Shao Bai Shao ( mildly cold )

39 ContraindicationsNone noted IndicationsFormular Shu Di Huang Blood def. Bai Shao Chuan Xiong Shu Di Menstrual irregularity, amenorrhea, & dysmenorrhea due to blood def. Si Wu Tang Ru Xiang Mo Yao Strains & fractures Xiang Fu Yan Hu Suo Dysmenorrhea Chai Hu Bai Shao Liver Qi stag. Xiao Yao San Rou Cong Rong Niu Xi Chronic constipation Ji Chuan Jian Jin Yin Hua Xuan Shen Reduce the swelling of abscess Bai Shao ( mildly cold )

40 E Jiao E Jiao

41 Pharmaceutical NameAsini Corii Colla Actions 1. Tonifies the blood 2. Nourishes the blood & stops bleeding 2. Nourishes and moistens the yin Indications (Def.) Blood def.: dizziness, pale face color, palpitations Any type of bleeding Yin def. : irritability & insomnia Dosage3 – 9 g Cook Toxic Sym.None noted E jiao ( Neutral)

42 ContraindicationsSpleen & st. def. IndicationsFormular Dang Shen Dang Gui Dizziness & palpitations due to blood def. Bai Shao Ai Ye Escessive menstrual bleeding Jiao Ai Tang Bai Zhu Fu Zi Bleeding due to spleen def. Mai Dong Sha shen Dry cough blood E jiao ( Neutral)

43 Gou Qi Zi Gou Qi Zi

44 Pharmaceutical NameLycii Fructus Actions 1. Nourishes and tonifies the liver & kidney 2. Benefits the essence and brightens the eyes 2. Nourishes and moistens the lungs Indications (Def.) Blood & Yin def.: sore back & legs, impotence, noctrunal emissions, wasting & thirsting disorder Dizziness, blurred vision Consumptive cough Dosage6 – 12 g Cook Toxic Sym.Allergic reactions Gou Qi Zi ( Neutral)

45 ContraindicationsSpleen def. & dampness IndicationsFormular Gu Sui Bu Xu Duan Sore & painful lower back Shan Yao Gui Ban Severe yin def. with lower back pain Rou Gui Fu Zi Kidney yang def. Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan Long Yan rou Blood Def. Ju Hua Visual impairment Di Gu Pi YinChaiHu Steaming bone disorders Gou Qi Zi ( Neutral)

46 Sang Shen Sang Shen

47 Pharmaceutical NamePaeoniae Radix alba Actions 1. Tonifies the blood & enriches the Yin 2. Moistens the Intestine Indications (Def.) Dizzziness, tinnitus, insomnia Premature greying fo the hair Constipation. Dosage9 – 15 g Cook Toxic Sym.Hemorrhagic colitis, allergy skin reactions Sang Shen ( cold )

48 ContraindicationsDiarrhea due to cold from spleen def. IndicationsFormular Ji Xue Teng Dizziness & tinnitus Han Lian Cao Nu ZhenZi Prematue greying hair. Sheng Di Huang Shi Hu Dizziness & blurred vision Mai Dong Tian Hua Feng Dryness of the mouth Hai Zhi Ma Huo Ma ren Constipation due to yin & blood def. Sang Shen ( cold )

49 Long YanRou Long YanRou

50 Pharmaceutical NameLongan Arillus Actions 1. Tonifies & augments the Heart & spleen 1. Nourishes the blood 2. Calms the spirit Indications (Def.) Insomnia, heart palpitations, forgetfullness, or dizziness. Dosage9 – 15g Cook Toxic Sym.One report of Allergic drug rash Long Yan Rou ( warm )

51 Contraindicationsfire IndicationsFormular Dang Gui Ren Shen Suan Zao Ren Palpitation & insomnia resulting from heart blood def. Gui Pi Tang Bai he Mild case of insomnia. Sheng Jiang Da Zao Postpartum exhaustion Long Yan Rou ( warm )


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