Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang

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Pin Ying Name: Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang
English Name: Tonify The Middle & Augment The Qi Decoction
Chinese Name: 補中益氣湯

Herbs & Actions

Pharmaceutical Latin
Pin Yin
Actions

Rx. Astragali
Huang Qi

Strongly tonifies Qi, strengthens the Spleen and raises Spleen Yang.
With Ren Shen, for Qi Deficiency with general debility, anorexia and spontaneous perspiration. With Bai Zhu, for Spleen Qi Deficiency with weakness, lassitude and loose stools.

Rx. Ginseng
Ren Shen

Strongly tonifies Qi, reinforces Yang and harmonizes the Middle Jiao.
With Bai Zhu and Zhi Gan Cao, assists Huang Qi in strengthening Qi.

(Rx. Codonopsis)
Dang Shen

Substitutes for Ren Shen.

Rz. Atractylodis Macrocephalae
Bai Zhu

Strengthens the Spleen and dries Dampness.

Fried Rx. Glycyrrhizae
Zhi Gan Cao

Tonifies the Spleen and harmonizes.

Rx. Angelicae Sinensis
Dang Gui

Tonifies the Qi of the Blood and invigorates and harmonizes the Blood.
With Huang Qi, Ren Shen, Bai Zhu and Zhi Gan Cao, augments Qi by Invigorating Blood.

Per. Citri Reticulatae
Chen Pi

Regulates Qi, tonifies the Spleen, assists raising Qi, aids digestion of tonics and prevents bloating which may accompany Qi tonics.

Rx. Cimicifugae
Sheng Ma

Raises Yang, raises sunken Qi and guides other herbs upwards.
With Chai Hu and Huang Qi, raises Sunken Yang.

Rx. Bupleuri
Chai Hu

Raises Yang Qi and relieves Stagnation.

Rz. Zingiberis Recens
Sheng Jiang

Variation of the formula
With Da Zao, harmonizes and protects the Spleen and Stomach.)

Fr. Jujube
Da Zao

Variation of the formula

Formula Actions

Tonifies Middle Jiao Qi
Benefits Qi
Regulates Qi
Raises Sunken Yang
Lifts prolapsed organs

Syndromes

Central Qi Sinking
Spleen Not Governing Blood
Spleen and Lung Qi Deficiency: Yin Fire due to Spleen and Lung Qi Deficiency
Gu Syndrome
Atrophy disorder (Wei Syndrome) due to Spleen and Stomach Qi Deficiency

Clinical Manifestations

Aversion to Cold
Bleeding
Borborygmus
Bloating
Catches cold easily
Chronic low grade fever
Clouded vision
Cold extremities
Constipation
Deafness
Depression
Desire for warm beverages
Diarrhea or dysentery, may be chronic
Dizziness
Drooping upper eyelids
Dry itching nose
Dry lungs
Dyspnea
Dysuria
Edema with prolapse
Enuresis
Epilepsy
Eye fatigue after extended use
Eye sores
Fatigue
Fecal incontinence
Fever without Cold which alternates between low and high
Fever with vexation
Frequent bowel movements
Frequent urination
Fever or Heat in the flesh in cool or cold weather
Genital sores
Goiter
Headache
Hemafecia
Hematemesis
Hematuria
Hemorrhoids
Hiccup
Hoarseness
Incessant thirst
Intermittent dull abdominal pain, better with warmth and pressure
Intermittent fever (worse on exertion)
Laconic speech
Leukorrhea
Limbs may become emaciated
Lingering, dull tooth pain
Loose and watery stools or diarrhea
Loss of voice
Maybe chronic weak cough
Maybe cloudy urine
Maybe cold body
Maybe cough
Maybe low back pain due to Dampness
Maybe scabs on the nasal mucosa
Menstrual flooding or spotting
Narrow visual field
Nasal congestion
Nausea and vomiting
Night blindness
Night sweats
Obstinate sores on the tongue with the opening of the sore falling downward
Obstructed urination
Oral sores
Painful urination
Pale complexion
Premature ejaculation
Prolapse of any organ
Prolonged runny nose may be malodorous
Protracted, soft, tender, numb tongue
Runny nose with clear, watery discharge may be precipitated by Cold or allergen
Sagging and distention of the lower abdomen
Sallow complexion
Seizures
Sensitivity of back to Cold and Wind
Shiny, pale complexion
Shortness of breath
Slight thirst with desire for warm drinks
Soft voice
Somnolence
Spontaneous perspiration
Suppuration
Susceptibility to Wind and Cold
Tendency to curl up
Terminal dribbling
Thirst with a desire for warm drinks
Tidal fever which is worse on exertion
Tinnitus
Urinary obstruction
Urinary incontinence
Vaginal itching
Vertigo
Visual disturbances
Warmness of the body
Waxy, pale complexion
Weak eyelids
Weakness of the extremities
T: Pale, swollen with tooth marks, maybe tender or Slightly Red
C: White
P: Rootless at right – middle position or Weak and forceless or Big or Large and Surging or Weak, thready, Deficiency and moderate or Deficient and soggy or Deficient and large or Slow and weak

Treats

Abdominal distention
Abdominal pain
Abdominal pain during pregnancy
Acid reflux
Acute infectious multiple neuritis
Aftermath of severe illness
AIDS/HIV
Allergic rhinitis
Alzheimer’s disease
Anal pain
Allergic rhinitis due to Wei Qi Deficiency with Phlegm Damp
Amenorrhea
Anal prolapse
Anemia
Anorexia
Aphthous ulcers
Aplastic anemia
Arrhythmias
Asthma
Atrophy (Wei) Syndrome
Behcet’s Syndrome
Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
Bi Syndrome due to Qi and Blood Deficiency
Bladder cancer
Bladder prolapse
Bleeding hemorrhoids
Borborygmus
Breast discharge
Candidiasis
Cataract
Cerebral arterial sclerosis
Childhood eczema
Chronic bronchitis
Chronic diarrhea
Chronic dysentery
Chronic Fatigue Immune Deficiency Syndrome (CFIDS)
Chronic gastritis
Chronic gastroenteritis
Chronic gonorrhea
Chronic hepatitis
Chronic laryngitis
Chronic nephritis
Chronic pharyngitis
Chronic weakness
Chyluria
Clouded vision
Common cold
Complications from transurethral resection of the prostate
Constipation
Constipation with anal prolapse
Corneal ulcers
Cough
Crohn’s disease
Deafness
Depression
Diarrhea
Diverticulitis
Dizziness
Drooping of upper eyelids
Dysentery
Dyspnea
Early menstruation
Eczema
Edema during pregnancy
Emaciation
Emaciation with ptosis or prolapse
Enuresis
Ephidrosis
Epistaxis
Epstein Barr
Excessive lactation
Eye pain
Eyelid edema
Facial pain
Facial paralysis
Fatigue
Fecal incontinence
Fever
Fever of unknown origin
First or second degree uterine prolapse
Food allergies
Forgetfulness
Frequent urination during pregnancy
Functional Uterine Bleeding
Gastroptosis
Gastritis
Giardiasis
Gradual paralysis
Gu syndrome
Guillain-Barre disease
Hashimoto’s thyroiditis
Hay fever
Headache
Hemafecia with relatively mild bleeding
Hematemesis
Hematuria
Hemorrhage
Hemorrhoids
Hepatocellular carcinoma
Hepatoma
Hernia
Hiatus hernia
Hiccups
Hoarseness
Hydrocele
Hypertension
Weakness and debility after a severe illness
Hypoglycemia
Hypomenorrhea
Hypotension
Hysterical paralysis
Immunity compromised
Impetigo
Impotence
Increases longevity
Infertility
Insufficient lactation
Interstitial cystitis
Irregular menstruation
Irritable bowel syndrome
Leaky gut syndrome
Lethargy
Leukemia
Leukopenia
Leukorrhea
Limb paresthesia
Lin Syndrome due to Qi Deficiency (Lao Lin)
Lochiorrhea
Lochioschesis
Loss of voice
Low back pain
Low-grade fever after exertion
Lower limb pain
Male infertility
Meniere’s Disease due to Qi and Blood Deficiency with Central Qi Sinking and Yang Deficiency
Menorrhagia
Metrorrhagia
Middle back pain
Monoplegia
Multiple sclerosis
Muscular dystrophy, progressive
Myasthenia gravis
Myelitis, acute (inflammation of the spinal cord)
Narcolepsy
Nausea/Vomiting
Neck pain
Nephritis
Nephroptosis
Neurasthenia
Night blindness
Night sweats
Numbness
Obesity
Optic atrophy
Oral ulcers
Otitis media
Pain during copulation
Pain during defecation
Palpitations
Paralytic strabismus
Paresthesia
Periodic paralysis
Pernicious anemia
Persistent malaria
Polyneuritis
Polyuria
Polyuria during pregnancy
Postpartum anuria
Postpartum illnesses
Postpartum lochioschesis
Postpartum urinary disorder
Postpartum urinary incontinence
Postpartum uterine bleeding
Progressive myodystrophy
Prolonged menstruation
Prostate cancer
Prostatitis
Pulmonary tuberculosis
Raynaud’s disease
Rectal prolapse
Recurrent miscarriages
Retinitis pigmentosa
Rhinitis
Sciatica
Seizures
Septicemia
Side effects of radiation treatments
Sinusitis
Somnolence
Spontaneous perspiration
Stress incontinence
Stomach cancer
Strangury
Summer weight loss
Tenesmus
Thrombocytopenic purpura
Tibial ulcers
Tidal hectic fever
Tinnitus
TMJ due to Qi Deficiency with more facial swelling than pain
Ulcer
Ulcerative colitis
Umbilical palpitationsv
Urinary pain
Uterine bleeding
Uterine prolapse
Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy
Vaginal pain
Vaginal prolapse
Varicose veins
Vertigo

Contraindications

Contraindicated for those with Yin Deficiency or Interior Heat.

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