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Source date: 1107 AD
Number of ingredients: 6 herbs
Key actions: Harmonizes the function of Liver and Spleen. Relieves Liver Qi stagnation. Nourishes the Blood.
Because it is a formula often recommended to treat the pattern 'Blood Deficiency with disharmony of Liver and Spleen' of which gastric neurosis is a symptom.
Source date: 1481 AD
Number of ingredients: 9 herbs
Key actions: Promotes urination. Warms the Yang. Strengthens the Spleen. Drains Dampness. Promotes the movement of Qi. Harmonizes the Stomach.
Wei Ling Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of gastric neurosis
Chest fullness Chest pain Anemia Dizziness Headaches Dry mouth Dry throat Poor appetite Irregular menstruation Leukorrhea