California License Exams, Pacific College Comps
Calm the Stomach Powder
Transform Damp Turbidity
Dry dampness, improve Spleen transporting function, promote movement of qi, harmonize the Stomach
Tai Ping Hui Min He Ji Ju Fang (1078-85)
For stagnation of damp-cold in the Spleen and Stomach, manifesting as distention and fullness in the abdomen and epigastrium, loss of taste and appetite, heaviness in the limbs, easily tired, loose stool or diarrhea, increased desire to sleep, vomiting and nausea, acid regurgitation and belching. Tongue is swollen with a thick, white, and greasy coating. Pulse is moderate or slippery.