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Stabilize and Binds

Stabilize and Binds

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Yu Ping Feng San
Jade Windscreen Powder
Actions: Augments the qi, stabilizes the exterior, and stops sweating.
Chief
(a) Huang Qi
Strengthening the qi and stabilizing the exterior. (tonifies
the superficial aspects of the Lungs and Spleen)
Deputy
(b) Bai Zhu
Strengthens the Spleen and augments the qi.
Assistant
(c) Fang Feng
Circulates in the exterior of the body where it expels wind.
Indications: Aversion to drafts, spontaneous sweating, recurrent colds, a shiny, pale
complexion, a pale tongue with a white coating, and a floating, xu, and soft pulse.
A
B
C
Mu Li San
Oyster Shell Powder
Actions: Inhibits sweating and stabilizes the exterior.
Chief
(a) Mu Li
Benefits the yin, anchors the floating yang, inhibits
sweating, and relieves irritability.
Deputy
(b) Huang Qi
Strongly tonifies the Lung qi and is of particular
benefit to the superficial protective qi.
Assistant
(c) Ma Huang Gen
(d) Fu Xiao Mai
Assists the chief herb in augmenting the Heart qi,
restraining sweat, and stabilizing the exterior.
Mildly nourishes the Heart yin and clears heat from the
Heart.
Indications: Spontaneous sweating that worsens at night, palpitations, easily startled, shortness
of breath, irritability, general debility, lethargy, a pale-red tongue, and a thin, frail pulse.
A
B
C
D
Dang Gui Liu Huang Tang
Tangkuei and Six-Yellow Decoction
Actions: Enriches the yin, clears heat, stabilizes the exterior, and stops sweating.
Chief
(a) Dang Gui
(b) Sheng Di Huang
(c) Shu Di Huang

Nourishes the xue and increases the fluids.
Enriches and nourishes the Kidney yin.
All 3 nourishes the Kidney yin and enables it to

control the fire.
Deputies
(d) Huang Lian
(e) Huang Qin
(f) Huang Bai
Drains fire from the Heart.
Relieves the irritability and clears heat in order to
fortify the yin.
Assistant
(g) Huang Qi
Augment the protective qi and stabilize the
exterior. (prevents excessive sweating)
Indications: fever, night sweats, red face, dry mouth and parched lips, irritability, dry stools,
dark and scanty urine, a red, dry tongue, and a rapid pulse.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G

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