Furuncles according to Chinese Medicine

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Five herbal formulas that might help with furuncles

Long Dan Xie Gan Tang

Source date: 1682 AD

Number of ingredients: 10 herbs

Key actions: Clears Heat and Fire from the Liver and Gallbladder. Clears and drains Damp-Heat from the Lower Burner.

Why might Long Dan Xie Gan Tang help with furuncles?

Because it is a formula often recommended to treat the pattern '/tcm-education-center/patterns/heat_excess_in_the_liver_or_gallbladder' of which furuncles is a symptom.

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Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin

Source date: 1202 AD

Number of ingredients: 14 herbs

Key actions: Clears Toxic-Heat. Clears Wind-Heat .

Why might Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin help with furuncles?

Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of furuncles

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Xie Xin Tang

Source date: 220 AD

Number of ingredients: 3 herbs

Key actions: Drains Fire. Resolves Toxicity. Dries Dampness.

Why might Xie Xin Tang help with furuncles?

Xie Xin Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of furuncles

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Zi Xue Dan

Source date: 752 AD

Number of ingredients: 17 herbs

Key actions: Clears Heat. Opens the sensory orifices. Controls spasms and convulsions. Extinguishes Wind.

Why might Zi Xue Dan help with furuncles?

Zi Xue Dan has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of furuncles

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Liang Ge San

Source date: 1107 AD

Number of ingredients: 8 herbs

Key actions: Drains Fire. Unblocks the bowels by clearing the Upper Burner. Draining the Middle Burner.

Why might Liang Ge San help with furuncles?

Liang Ge San has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of multiple furuncles

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Acupuncture points used for furuncles