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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 hernial pain is a symptom.
Source date: 992 AD
Number of ingredients: 2 herbs
Key actions: Moves Liver Blood and Liver Qi. Drains Liver Heat or Fire. Stops pain.
Because it is a formula often recommended to treat the pattern 'Liver Qi Stagnation that transforms into Heat' of which hernial pain is a symptom.
Source date: 220 AD
Number of ingredients: 3 herbs
Key actions: Warms the Interior. Nourishes the Blood. Alleviates Pain.
Dang Gui Sheng Jiang Yang Rou Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of hernia
Abdominal pain Abdominal bloating Mastitis Testicular pain Abdominal colic Chest pain Clogged milk ducts Carbuncles Abcesses Dizziness