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Source date: 1852 AD
Number of ingredients: 10 herbs
Key actions: Clears summerheat. Augments the Qi. Nourishes the Yin. Generates Body Fluids.
Qing Shu Yi Qi Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of acute infectious diseases
Source date: 1798 AD
Number of ingredients: 5 herbs
Key actions: Generates Body Fluids. Nourishes the Yin. Unblocks the bowels. Drains Heat.
Zeng Ye Cheng Qi Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of acute infectious diseases