Intestinal obstruction according to Chinese Medicine

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Five herbal formulas that might help with intestinal obstruction

Huang Long Tang

Source date: 1445 AD

Number of ingredients: 10 herbs

Key actions: Clear Heat from the Interior . Supports the Original Qi.

Why might Huang Long Tang help with intestinal obstruction?

Huang Long Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of intestinal obstruction

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Ping Wei San

Source date: 1051 AD

Number of ingredients: 4 herbs

Key actions: Dries Dampness. Improves the Spleen's transportive function. Promotes the movement of Qi. Harmonizes the Stomach.

Why might Ping Wei San help with intestinal obstruction?

Ping Wei San has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of intestinal obstruction

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San Wu Bei Ji Wan

Source date: 220 AD

Number of ingredients: 3 herbs

Key actions: Clear Cold Stagnation.

Why might San Wu Bei Ji Wan help with intestinal obstruction?

San Wu Bei Ji Wan has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of intestinal obstruction

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Wen Pi Tang

Source date: 650 AD

Number of ingredients: 5 herbs

Key actions: Warms and tonifies the Spleen Yang. Clears Cold Evil.

Why might Wen Pi Tang help with intestinal obstruction?

Wen Pi Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of intestinal obstruction

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Ma Zi Ren Wan

Source date: 220 AD

Number of ingredients: 7 herbs

Key actions: Moistens the Intestines. Invigorates Qi. Unblocks the bowels. Drains Heat.

Why might Ma Zi Ren Wan help with intestinal obstruction?

Ma Zi Ren Wan has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of incomplete intestinal obstruction

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