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Source date: 220 AD
Number of ingredients: 5 herbs
Key actions: Warms the Meridians. Assists the Yang. Dispels Cold. Transforms Dampness.
Because it is a formula often recommended to treat the pattern '/tcm-education-center/patterns/yang_deficiency_with_cold-damp' of which bells palsy is a symptom.
Source date: 1830 AD
Number of ingredients: 7 herbs
Key actions: Tonifies Qi. Invigorates Blood. Unblocks the channels.
Bu Yang Huang Wu Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of bells palsy
Source date: 1587 AD
Number of ingredients: 16 herbs
Key actions: Expels Wind Damp from the Channels. Invigorates Blood. Unblocks the channels.
Shu Jing Huo Xue Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of bells palsy