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(148) S.L.E.
« on: September 18, 2007, 04:26:41 AM »

Pattern for S.L.E
1. Toxic-Heat
2. Yin Deficiency with Blood Heat
3. Qi and Yin both Deficiency
4. SP and KD both Deficiency
5. Heat injuring LV channel
6. Heat stagnation on the Channels and Collaterals

Formula for Yin Deficiency with Blood-Heat
Tx principle: Clear Lung, Nourish ST, Generate Fluid, Moisten Dryness
9.0g   Sha Shen 
6.0g   Yu Zhu 
3.0g   Gan Cao 
4.5g   Sang Ye 
9.0g   Mai Men Dong
4.5g   Bai Bian Dou 
4.5g   Tian Hua Fen 

If, chronic heat or chronic cough: + Di Gu Pi  9g

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