Ge gen huang qin huang lian tang also know as ge gen qin lian tang
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When in tai yang disease the condition is a gui zhi tang pattern, but the physician precipitates causing incessant diarrhea and a pulse that is skipping, it means that the exterior has not resolved. When there is panting and sweating ge gen huang qin huang lian tang governs.
A ge gen huang qin huang lian tang pattern is an interior heat pattern with the presence of sweat. It treats an interior pattern of damp and heat causing diarrhea.
A pulse that is skipping indicates a loss of fluids. Ge gen not only raises qi but it also moistens fluids.
Ge gen, Puerariae radix is sweet tonifying and nourishing of the spleen and lungs. It is is pungent dispersing and sweet nourishing of the tai yang and yang ming channels. Ge gen connects the tai yin to the tai yang and yang ming channels.
Ge gen ascends the clear fluids of the sea of water and grain to moisten the hand yang ming channel pathway and in so doing it stops diarrhea.
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.
In the middle burner, it clears liver, gall bladder and stomach heat and dries dampness.
In the lower burner, it clears excessive damp heat in the intestines, resolves toxins, and dries dampness.
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 lian is bitter and cold to clear yang ming heat, it clears excessive damp heat in the intestines, resolves toxins, and dries damp.
Zhi gan cao, Glycyrrhizae radix prep is sweet tonifying and nourishing of all organs but especially the heart.
Zhi gan cao is sweet and mildly warm tonifying and nourishing of yin fluids. It nourishes yin fluids in the tai yin and shao yin. It calms wind in the jue yin.
Zhi gan cao tonifies and prevents excessive drying from huang qin and huang lian..