(Bai he) Hua shi dai zhe tang
bai he 15 hua shi 30 dai zhe shi 15
Use like bai he hua shi san but now with stomach counter flow.
I believe this formula needs to renamed to fit the bai he formula names. Bai he di huang tang, Bai he hua shi san, Bai he ji zi tang, Bai he xi fang, Bai he zhi mu tang
This formula is an obvious modified version of bai he hua shi san. If the upper source of Water is dry and blood is dry we see dark hot urine because blood and fluids share the common source of blood. But now there is upwards rushing due to heat.
Bai he, Lilii bulbus
Bai he is sweet tonifying, nourishing and cooling of the spleen, lungs, liver and heart. It is more nourishing than tonifiying. It nourishes lung and heart yin while mildly clearing deficiency heat.
It tonifies jue yin liver and pericardium blood. It nourishes the upper source of water.
It tonifies lung and heart yin while mildly clearing deficient heat, this restores upper burner yin fluids which moistens dryness.
Hua shi, Talcum is sweet and cold. It clears heat from fluids. It treats hot and dark turbid urination. Hua shi sinks into the lower burner and opens the downward passage of fluids. It heavily pressures the pathogenic fluids downward to be expelled through urination. It makes the water pathways slippery to promote the elimination of the turbid and sticky dampness from the bladder.
Sinks into the lower burner and opens the downward passage of fluids
Dai zhe shi, Haematitum is bitter draining of heat. It is cold and heavily brings down the upward flowing qi and directs it downward. It settles and suppresses the upward movement of qi and blood.
Settles and suppresses the upward movement of qi and blood by directing it downward.