|Ba Ji Yin Yang Wan
||Ba Ji Yin Yang Teapills
||Tonifies and Warms Kidney Yang, Nourishes Liver and Kidney Yin, Nourishes Blood, Restrains the Leakage of Fluids, Secures the Jing-essence
||Kidney Yang deficiency leading to instability in the lower jiao (burner). May also be used to treat dual Lung and Kidney deficiency.
||Tongue: pale, swollen, coat may be wet or slippery. Pulse: deep, weak, may be slow
||Ba ji tian, Shu di huang, Yin yang huo, Shan yao, Bai shao, Bu gu zhi, Xu duan, Lian zi, Shan zhu yu, Jin ying zi, Gou qi zi, Du zhong, Dang gui
|Bai He Gu Jin Wan
||Tonifies Lung and Kidney Yin, Cools the Lungs, Transforms Phlegm, Restores the Downward Flow of Lung Qi
||Lung dryness due to Lung and Kidney Yin deficiency, with deficient heat.
||Tongue: red, cracked, little or no coat, or a thin dry yellow coat. Pulse: thin, thready, rapid
||Shu di huang, Sheng di huang, Mai men dong, Bai he, Chuan bei mu, Dang gui, Bai shao, Gan cao, Xuan shen, Jie geng
|Bai Xing Shi Gan Wan
||Bai Xing Shi Gan Teapills
||Clears Heat, Dissolves Phlegm, Descends and Disperses Lung Qi, Calms Lung Qi Rebellion
||Heat in the Lung from a wind-heat invasion, or a wind-cold invasion that has transformed into heat, which obstructs the dispersal and descent of Lung Qi.
||Tongue: red with a yellow coat. Pulse: slippery, rapid.
||Shi gao, Xing ren, Bai qian, Gan cao
|Bu Fei Wan
||Bu Fei Teapills
||Tonifies Lung Qi, Restores the Downward Flow of Lung Qi, Stabilizes the Exterior
||Lung Qi deficiency.
||Tongue: pale with a thin white coat
Pulse: frail or deficient
||Huang qi, Shu di huang, Sang bai pi, Zi wan, Ming dang shen, Wu wei zi, Ren shen
|Ding Chuan Wan
||Clear Mountain Air Teapills
||Descends and Disperses Lung Qi, Clears Heat, Dissolves Phlegm, Restores the Downward Flow of Lung Qi, Stops Cough and Wheezing
||Phlegm heat in the Lungs or exterior wind cold invasion with concurrent phlegm in the interior.
||Tongue: white or yellow greasy coat Pulse: slippery, rapid
||Bai guo, Sang bai pi, Jie geng, Zi su zi, Xing ren, Huang qin, Ban xia, Gan cao, Bai bu, Zi wan
|Gu Ben Wan
||Replenish The Root Teapills
||Nourishes Kidney, Lung and Stomach Yin, Nourishes Body Fluids, Strengthens Qi
||Lung, Stomach, Kidney Yin and fluid deficiency.
||Tongue: red with a scanty coat, or peeled in the center, dry Pulse: rapid, thin, weak
||Tian men dong, Mai men dong, Shu di huang, Sheng di huang, Dang shen
|Jie Geng Wan
||Descends and Disperses Lung Qi, Expels Phlegm, Benefits the Throat, Directs Herbs to the Chest and Throat
||Phlegm heat, Lung heat, wind-heat or wind-cold.
||Tongue: white greasy coat Pulse: slippery
|Mai Wei Di Huang Wan
||Eight Immortals Teapills
||Nourishes Lung and Kidney Yin, Moistens Dryness
||Lung and Kidney Yin deficiency
||Tongue: red, dry, cracked with a scanty coat or no coat Pulse: rapid, thready
||Shu di huang, Shan zhu yu, Shan yao, Mu dan pi, Ze xie, Fu ling, Mai men dong, Wu wei zi
|Ping Chuan Wan
||Ping Chuan Teapills
||Tonifies Lung Qi, Descends Rebellious Lung Qi, Tonifies Kidney Qi, Benefits Lung Yin, Restores the Downward Flow of Lung Qi
||Lung and Kidney Qi deficiency, with some Lung Yin deficiency
||Tongue: pale, white coat Pulse: deficient, small
||Dang shen, Xing ren, Sang bai pi, Wu zhi mao tao, Man hu tui zi, Gan cao, Chen pi, Bai qian, Ge jie, Dong chong xia cao, Meng shi
|Qi Guan Yan Wan
||Qi Guan Yan Pills
||Transforms Phlegm, Descends Rebellious Lung Qi, Tonifies Lung Qi
||Phlegm damp or phlegm heat in the Lungs with a concurrent Qi deficiency
||Tongue: greasy white coat Pulse: slippery, soft
||Pi pa ye, Dang shen, Da zao, Sang ye, Sheng jiang, Xing ren, Chuan bei mu, Qian hu, Yuan zhi, Ju hong, Kuan dong hua, Sang bai pi, Wu wei zi
|Qing Qi Hua Tan Wan
||Clean Air Teapills
||Clears Lung Heat, Resolves Phlegm, Descends and Disperses Lung Qi
||Phlegm-heat in the Lungs.
||Tongue: red with a greasy yellow coat Pulse: slippery, rapid
||Ban xia, Dan nan xing, Gua lou ren shuang, Huang qin, Chen pi, Xing ren, Zhi shi, Fu ling, Sheng jiang
|Qing Zao Jiu Fei San
||Qing Zao Jiu Fei San Extract Powder
||Clears Heat, Eliminates Dryness, Moistens Lungs, Stop Cough
||Warm-dryness attacking the Lungs and leading to rebellious Lung Qi with slight injury to the Lung Qi and Yin.
||Tongue: red tip, dry with a thin white coat or scanty coat
Pulse: big, weak, thin, rapid
||Sang ye, Shi gao, Nan sha shen, Mai men dong, Pi pa ye, Hei zhi ma, E jiao, Xing ren, Gan cao
|Sang Ju Yin Wan
||Clear Wind Heat Teapills
||Releases Exterior Wind Heat, Disperses and Descends Lung Qi, Restores the Downward Flow of Lung Qi
||Initial stages of a wind heat invasion or mild wind heat.
||Tongue: thin white coat Pulse: floating, rapid
||Lu gen, Sang ye, Ju hua, Lian qiao, Jie geng, Xing ren, Gan cao, Bo he
|Sha Shen Mai Men Dong Wan
||Autumn Rain Teapills
||Nourishes Lung and Stomach Yin, Nourishes Body Fluids, Moistens Dryness, Disperses and Descends Lung Qi
||Injury to the Lung, Stomach and fluids due to invasion by dryness.
||Tongue: red with a dry, scanty coat or no coat Pulse: deficient, rapid
||Mai men dong, Yu zhu, Nan sha shen, Bei sha shen, Sang ye, Tian hua fen, Bai bian dou, Gan cao
|Shen Qi Da Bu Wan
||Abundant Qi Teapills
||Tonifies Spleen Qi, Tonifies Lung Qi, Tonifies Wei Qi
||Lung, Spleen and Wei Qi deficiency. Also useful for Heart Qi deficiency.
||Tongue: pale, thin white coat Pulse: weak
||Dang shen, Huang qi
|Shen Qi Wu Wei Zi Wan
||Abundant Qi Plus Teapills
||Tonifies Qi, Strengthens Wei Qi, Stabilizes the Exterior, Nourishes the Heart, Calms the Shen
||Lung, Spleen, and Wei Qi deficiency. Also for Heart and Lung Qi deficiency.
||Tongue: pale, swollen, teeth marks, thin white coat Pulse: thin, weak, floating, rapid
||Wu wei zi, Huang qi, Dang shen, Suan zao ren
|Sheng Mai Wan
||The Great Pulse Teapills
||Tonifies the Qi, Preserves the Yin, Nourishes Body Fluids, Moistens Dryness, Astringes the Leakage of Fluids
||Lung Qi and Yin deficiency.
||Tongue: pale-red with a dry thin coat, may have many surface cracks Pulse: deficient, rapid, thin, irregular
||Dang shen, Mai men dong, Wu wei zi