Epigastric Fullness And Pain Relieved By Vomitingaccording to TCM

Root Causes of Epigastric Fullness And Pain Relieved By Vomiting in TCM

Explore below more details about what might cause Epigastric fullness and pain relieved by vomiting according to TCM.

  • By Organ
  • Stomach
Detailed description of the cause

Stomach

In TCM the Stomach is regarded as the "sea of nourishment," pivotal for digesting food and transforming it into Qi and blood. It works closely with the Spleen to distribute these essential nutrients throughout the body. When the Stomach is out of balance or malfunctions in TCM, it often leads to digestive problems such as bloating, nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, or a feeling of fullness. There may also be issues like acid reflux or a sour taste in the mouth. Emotionally, an imbalanced Stomach can contribute to excessive worry and overthinking, reflecting the TCM belief that physical and emotional well-being are deeply interconnected.... see more

Stomach Patterns That Can Lead to Epigastric Fullness And Pain Relieved By Vomiting

Pattern Name Relevant Symptoms Relevant Formulas
Food Stagnation in the Stomach Fullness and pain of the epigastrium which are relieved by vomiting, Epigastric fullness and pain relieved by vomiting, Nausea, Vomiting of sour fluids, Halitosis, Acid reflux, Belching, Insomnia, Alternating diarrhea and constipation, Lack of appetite, Abdominal pain due to overeating... see more Bao He Wan | Zhi Shi Dao Zhi Wan | Gua Di San

TCM Herbal Formulas for Epigastric Fullness And Pain Relieved By Vomiting

Explore below some TCM herbal formulas used to address epigastric fullness and pain relieved by vomiting, organized by cause and by formula type.

  • By Formula Type
  • Formulas that reduce food accumulation and transform stagnation
  • Formulas that induce vomiting

All "formulas that reduce food accumulation and transform stagnation" recommended for epigastric fullness and pain relieved by vomiting

Formula Patterns Suitable For (if applicable)
Bao He Wan Food Stagnation in the Stomach
Zhi Shi Dao Zhi Wan Food Stagnation in the Stomach

TCM Herbs for Epigastric Fullness And Pain Relieved By Vomiting

Explore below some TCM herbs used to address epigastric fullness and pain relieved by vomiting, organized by herb category.

  • By Herb Category
  • Herbs that relieve food stagnation
  • Herbs that regulate qi
  • Purgative herbs that drain downward
  • Warm herbs that transform phlegm and stop cough