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Zhen Wu Tang 眞 武 湯

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Source: Discussion of Cold Damage (c. 220)

Indication: 1/ Spleen and Kidney Yang Deficiency with Water Retention
2/ Exterior Wind-Cold in Tai Yang

Symptoms: 1/ Abdominal pain aggravated by cold, urinary difficulty, deep aching and heaviness in extremities. Also, generalized edema, loose stools, dizziness, heavy sensation in the head, palpitations, coughing, and vomiting.

Tongue: pale, swollen or dark with tooth marks, white slippery coat; Pulse: deep, thin, forceless

2/ Fever, palpitations in the epigastrium, dizziness, shivering and trembling with an unsteady appearance

Tongue: white, slippery coat; Pulse: deep, thin, forceless