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Source date: 1856 AD
Number of ingredients: 3 herbs
Key actions: Directs the Qi downward. Transforms Phlegm. Reduces harbored food.
Because it is a formula often recommended to treat the pattern '/tcm-education-center/patterns/phlegm_clogging_the_lungs_with_qi_stagnation' of which spasms of the diaphragm is a symptom.
Source date: 1706 AD
Number of ingredients: 4 herbs
Key actions: Augments the Qi. Warms the Middle Burner. Directs Rebellious Qi downward. Stops hiccup.
Ding Xiang Shi Di Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of postoperative spasms of the diaphragm