Ju pi tang
ju pi 48 or ju pi 12 sheng jiang 24
With dry retching and hiccough, if there is also reversal of the extremities, ju pi tang is indicated.
This formula disperses and dries dampness in the stomach that is causing counter flow qi. There is also a failure of tai yin to transform fluids and send clear qi up to the surface. Which is why there is reversal of the extremities.
Ju pi is another classic name for chen pi. In the SNBCJ it is called ju you. Chen pi is bitter and dries dampness and descends the stomach with pungent dispersing for stagnation. It moves the middle burner qi and frees stagnation. It descends Metal and clears accumulations of phlegm in the yang ming stomach.
Chen pi, Citri reticulatae pericarpium is pungent dispersing of the liver blood and the ministerial fire in the san jiao. It is pungent dispersing of cold and dampness in the stomach domain, spleen and lung. It is bitter draining of dampness and phlegm in the stomach domain, spleen and lung.
It is bitter, pungent and dries dampness while descending the stomach qi and dispersing stagnation.
Sheng jiang, Zingiberis rhizoma recens is pungent dispersing of the liver and pericardium blood and the ministerial fire in the san jiao. Sheng jiang is pungent dispersing of dampness and cold in the stomach domain, spleen and lung. Sheng jiang is pungent connecting of the tai yin with the tai yang. It supports raising of the clear qi to the chest and the 100 vessels.