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Source date: 1247
Number of ingredients: 10 herbs
Key actions: Tonifies Qi of the Spleen and Stomach (Middle Burner). Raises the Yang. Detoxifies. Lifts what has sunken.
Because it is a formula often recommended to treat the pattern 'Spleen and Stomach Qi Deficiency' of which chyluria is a symptom.
Source date: 1682 AD
Number of ingredients: 6 herbs
Key actions: Stabilizes the Kidneys. Binds up the semen.
Jin Suo Gu Jing Wan has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of chyluria
Source date: 1107 AD
Number of ingredients: 9 herbs
Key actions: Clears the Heart. Augments the Qi and Yin. Stops turbid painful urinary dribbling.
Qing Xin Lian Zi Yin has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of chyluria