Fu zi xie xin tang
da huang 6 huang lian 3 huang qin 3 fu zi 9
When there is glomus below the heart, yet also aversion to cold and sweating, fu zi xie xin tang governs.
Treats an tai yang exterior wind cold pattern with yang ming stomach glomus causing damp heat. It warms the tai yang and drains the damp accumulation in the stomach. It treats more cold than heat.
There is discussion about the inclusion of huang qin. The formula xie xin tang contains huang qin, huang lian, and da huang. But some believe that seeing as how the formula name is different there is no huang qin. The addition of huang qin make it a shao yang formula. You choose.
Da huang, Rhei rhizoma is bitter draining of excess heat and dry stool in the stomach domain.
Da huang descends yang ming and assists huang lian and huang qin in clearing damp heat.
Huang lian, Coptidis rhizome is bitter draining of heat in the ministerial and imperial fire. It is bitter draining of heat in the heart and san jiao. It is bitter draining of heat and dampness in the stomach domain.
Huang qin, Scutellaria radix is bitter draining and cooling of heat in the san jiao, stomach domain, lungs, liver, gall bladder, and bladder.
Cold and bitter it is the great cleaner. It clears heat and dampness, in all three burners, and in yang ming, tai yin, shao yang, and jue yin.
Fu zi, Aconiti radix lateralis praeparata is pungent dispersing of liver blood and the ministerial fire in the san jiao. It is pungent dispersing of the heart and kidneys. It is pungent dispersing of the tai yang channels. It is pungent dispersing of excess water.