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Only the masculine form is used in this text in order to make the reading easier, of course, in reality, the patients consist of women as well.

TCM refers to traditional Chinese medicine in this paper.


  1. 伤寒论讲义, 聂惠民主编, ISBN 7-5077-1040-8/R.187.
  2. 郝萬山講《傷寒論》, 70 講.
  3. 伤寒论研究,刘彭章, 商务印书馆,1979 , 3 月 版.
  4. Shang Han Lun, Hong Yen Hsu, William G. Peacher, Oriental Healing Institut.


Kian Yong Toh, www.zhongyi.ch

Shan Han Lun In Brief

傷寒論is the work from張仲景, 150- 219 AC, he has written 傷寒雜病論, 傷寒論 is the first book of the two. 傷寒論 has 10 rolls, 22 chapters, 397 laws (法),112 prescriptions (方)。

It is recognized as the first book to set the foundation for TCM, it is learnt from the past scholars and practitioners, it is still the basic learning in all TCM universities in China.

傷寒means harm due to Cold literary. Some scholars interpret the 寒 in a broader sense, to include all other pathogens, such as Wind, Damp, Heat etc...

The TCM diagnosis in傷寒論 is based on the six stages concept. This concept is used daily in TCM practices since 2000 years in China and elsewhere.

The prescriptions that are written in the books are a collection of 張仲景’s personal clinical experience and the experience before his time. To master how to use these prescriptions is a must if one wants to be successful in writing Chinese herbs for his patients. Some very known TCM practitioners in China used only one or two of these prescriptions with their variations to treat most patients in their daily work. There are practitioners who study the 傷寒論 for their whole life, they did not manage to try all formulae in 傷寒論.

Tai Yang Stage (1 .. 178)

Channels involved

The Bladder (feet, Water) and the Small Intestine (hands, Fire) channels define the Tai Yang stage.

General Description and Causes

The Tai Yang stage is the beginning stage of the external induced febrile disease. The main causes are the external Wind and Cold pathogen attacking the body surface (Biao), the fighting territory between the pathogenic Qi and the upright Qi take place at the body surface.

If the Wei Qi is weak and is not strong enough to fight off the pathogenic Qi, the Wind Cold pathogen attacks the body surface could result in the Ying Qi and Wei Qi out of balanced, thus illnesses starts at the Tai Yang stage.

Main Symptoms

Aversion to Cold / Wind, fever, neck pain, headache, floating pulse are common symptoms for illnesses at the Tai Yang stage.

At Tai Yang stage, the symptoms depend on where the pathogenic Qi stays, when the pathogenic Qi rests at the channels level, often the patient has neck pain, when the pathogenic Qi rests at the skin surface, the lung Qi is attack, often result in coughing, when the pathogenic Qi stays at the Biao level, and the Li (inner) is out of balance, often result in vomiting and diarrhea.


Tai Yang illnesses can be divided into: Jing (channel) and Fu (organ) illnesses.

  • Jing illnesses are the main one, main signs are floating pulse, head and neck pain, aversion to Cold / Wind. Due to the difference in body constitution and the pathogenic Qi, Jing illnesses can be sub-divided into:
  • 中风: fever, sweating, aversion to Wind, head and neck pain, floating and slow pulse, Wei Qi is strong, Ying Qi is weak.
  • 伤寒: fever, no sweating, aversion to Cold, shortness of breath, head and neck pain, floating and tight pulse. Wei Yang blocks the surface, Ying Yin stagnated.
  • 表郁轻证: fever and aversion to Cold, long standing Biao illness not resolved.
  • Fu illnesses: when the Jing illness is not solved, the pathogenic Qi enters via the channels into the Fu organs. In the case for illnesses at the Tai Yang stage, the pathogenic Qi can combine with the Water element or with the Blood element.
  • 类似证: this refers to illnesses that are not originated from external Cold, yet the symptoms are similar to illnesses at the Tai Yang stage.

The treatment principle and representative prescriptions

For Jing illnesses, use pungent herbs and sweating method to eliminate the pathogenic Qi. Main prescriptions are: Ma Huang Tang, Gui Zhi Tang, Xiao Qing Long Tang, Ge Geng Tang.

For Fu illnesses, use Water draining herbs, Qi movers herbs, Blood invigorating herbs.

For all other cases at Tai Yang stage, based on the condition of the tongue and the pulse, the strategy should be adapted accordingly.


If the illness at Tai Yang stage is treated successfully with sweating method, then the patient returns to its health stage.

If the illness is not treated successfully at the Tai Yang stage, the illness might be progressed into other stages, such as Shao Yang, Yang Ming, or a combination of stages.

Illness at the Tai Yang stage could also turn into Yin stages, among these, Tai Yang turns into Shao Yin is the most common one, when Yang Qi in Shao Yin is weak, the pathogenic Qi in Tai Yang has more chances to go into the Shao Yin stage. It could be a combination of Tai Yang and Shao Yin illness at the same time.

As the saying goes: “Fullness at Tai Yang, deficiency at Shao Yin.”

Yang Ming Stage (179 .. 262)

Channels involved

The Stomach (feet, Earth) and the Large Intestine (hands, Metal) channels define the Yang Ming stage.

General Description and Causes

At Yang Ming stage, the pathogenic Qi enters into the channels as well as the Fu organs. Upright Qi and pathogenic Qi are fighting fiercely with each other, inner Heat resulted from this fight, body fluid is consumed, dryness appeared due to the over consumption of body fluid.

The causes of illnesses at Yang Ming stage are:

  • From Yang stages, illnesses at Tai Yang or Shao Yang stages due to wrong or delayed or no treatment.
  • From Tai Yin stage, the pathogenic Qi could enter into the Fu organs from the Zhang organs, so called Yin illness enters into the Yang stage.
  • Pathogenic Qi directly attacks the channels of the Yang Ming stage. Precondition here being the with a full condition, abundant Yang that injure the body fluid, accumulation of the food in the body.

Main Symptoms

High fever, big pulse, big Heat and big sweat are signature symptoms of illnesses at the Yang Ming stage.

For the beginning of Yang Ming stage, the patient could have the Biao symptoms as well.

Inside (Li), Heat and fullness are involved here.


Illnesses at the Yang Ming stage can be divided into:

  • Jin (Heat) type: high fever, heavy sweat, big thirst, big pulse.
  • Fu (Full) type: pathogenic Qi binds with the waste of the body, resulted in full condition in the Fu organs. Aversion to Heat, sweating, agitation, tidal fever, The patient could also have constipation, pain in the abdomen.
  • If Heat from Yang Ming combined with the Dampness from Tai Yin, this could lead to jaundice, Damp Heat condition, difficulty in urination, thirst, fullness in the abdomen. This is termed as the jaundice in Ying Ming.
  • If the Heat of Yang Ming enters into the Blood level, one can see Bloody stool, bleeding nose, delirium too.

The treatment principle and representative prescriptions

Yang Ming is based on full and Heat condition, use clearing and downward purging methods.

For Yang Ming Heat: use herbs that clear heat.

Bai Hu Tang or Bai Hu Jia Ren Shen Tang. If the Heat is not treated right, the Heat may stay in the chest area, one could try to use Zhi Zi Gu Tang (梔子鼓汤), if however the Heat injures the Lower Jiao, the pathogenic Heat may combine with the Water element, this often result in fever, thirst and desire to drink, little urine, floating pulse, one may try to use Zhu Ling Tang.

For Yang Ming full condition: use herbs that have downward purging effect.

Da Chen Qi tang, Xiao Chen Qi tang, Tiao Wei Chen Qi tang or MaZhiRen Wan, Mi Jian Fan, Zhu Dan Tang, Yin Chen Hao Tang, Di Dan Tang.

It is to note that once the herbs have achieved the desired result, the patient should not prolong taking them in order to avoid injury to the Stomach organ and channel.


The classical theory says that the pathogenic Qi from Yang Ming will not be transmitted to other stages, but in fact, one often observe that the Biao and Li relationship with Tai Yin do exist.

As the saying goes: “Fullness at Yang Ming, deficiency at Tai Yin.”

Shao Yang Stage (263 .. 272)

Channels involved

The Gall Blader (feet, Wood) and the San Jiao (hands) channels define the Shao Yang stage.

General Description and Causes

Among the three Yang stages, Tai Yang being Biao (surface), Yang Ming being Li (inside), Shao Yang is the stage between the Biao and the Li stages.

The causes for illnesses at the Shao Yang stage are:

  • The body is too weak to defend against the pathogenic Qi, and the pathogen attacks the body and enters into the Shao Yang stage directly.
  • From the Tai Yang stage, illnesses that are treated wrongly or delayed or no treatment, the illnesses might enter into the Shao Yang stage.
  • From the Jue Yin stage, Shao Yang and Jue Yin have Biao and Li relationship, when the upright Qi from Jue Yin is recovered, the illness could enter into the Shao Yang stage before the recovery.

Main Symptoms

Intermediate Cold and Heat manifestation is the signature sign for illnesses at the Shao Yang stage.

Symptoms include liver Fire signs: bitter taste in the mouth, dry throat, dizziness, flank pain, agitated and vomiting, no appetite.

Shao Yang, having closed relationship with Tai Yang, Yang Ming, when Shao Yang is mixed with Tai Yang illness, often seen symptoms are fever with aversion to Cold, pain in the joints, if combined with Yang Ming, often seen symptoms are hard stool, light vomiting.


Type of Shao Yang illnesses:

  • Jin type: pathogenic Qi in the channels, deafness, red eye, headache, flank pain, alternate Cold and Heat.
  • Fu type: Liver Fire, the function of Spleen and Stomach is disturbed. Bitter taste in the mouth, dizziness, dry throat, agitated, vomiting, no appetite.

It is to note that the distinction between the Jin and the Fu types for illnesses at the Shao Yang stage is often not clear, in Tai Yang and Yang Ming, the distinction between the Jin and the Fu is much clearer.

The treatment principle and representative prescriptions

To treat illnesses at the Shao Yang stage, use harmonization method.

As Shao Yang is not at the Biao level, so it is not advisable to use sweating method, it is not at the Li level, so one should avoid using downward purging method. If the pathogenic Qi is not blocked at the chest level, so it is not advisable to use vomiting method.

If the Biao condition exists as well at the Shao Yang stage, use harmonization plus the elimination of the Biao, one possibility is to use Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang.

If the Yang Ming Li full exists at the same time as Shao Yang Stage, then, harmonization plus elimination the inner full condition should be applied, Da Chai Hu Tang or Chai Hu Jia Man Xiao Tang should be considered.

If San Jiao is blocked with Shao Yang, and the body fluid cannot be distributed, then harmonization plus transform Qi and nourishes the body fluid, Chai Hu Gui Zhi Gan Jiang Tang should be considered.

If Biao, Li, San Jiao and Shao Yang all exist, then Chai Hu Jia Long Gu Mu Li tang is often the choice for treating such complex case.

The representative prescription is Xiao Chai Hu Tang, is sometime also known as Xiao Chai Hu Tang symptoms.


If the patient receives the right treatment, Shao Yang illnesses could be cured.

If however, it is wrongly treated, such as body fluid is injured and dryness appears, often the illness may enter into Yang Ming stage.

If the Yang is injured and the Yin is in excess, the illness may enter into Tai Yin stage.

There is also the danger that Biao and Li are not treated in the right way, and the illness might eventually enter into Jue Yin stage.

As the saying goes: “Fullness at Shao Yang, deficiency at Jue Yin.”

Tai Yin Stage (273 .. 280)

Channels involved

The Spleen (Feet, Earth) and the Lunge (Hands, Metal) channels define the Tai Yin stage.

General Description and Causes

Tai Yin illnesses are the beginning stage of Yin illnesses among the three Yin stages.

The causes of Tai Yin illnesses are:

  • Prenatal weakness manifested in Spleen Yang deficiency, this allows Damp Cold attacks the body directly.
  • Inner injuries that lead to Cold accumulation, over taking bitter and Cold herbs could also injure the Spleen Yang.
  • Yang illnesses wrongly treated, or not treated lead to Spleen Yang injured. Examples such as Tai Yang illnesses wrongly used downward purging method, Yang Ming illnesses overused bitter and cold herbs, the middle Yang is injured and thus allow the Yang illnesses turn into the Yin illnesses.

Main Symptoms

When the illness turns from Yang into Yin stage, the strength of the body to fight the illness is reduced, Spleen Yang is weak, and Cold and Dampness are the dominating signs. Fullness in the abdomen area, vomiting, no appetite and diarrhea are the common signs.

Illnesses at the Tai Yin stage are related to Spleen, mainly manifested in the abdomen area. Dampness, deficiency in Spleen, fullness / pain in the abdomen area, vomiting, no appetite, diarrhea, no thirst are possible symptoms.

The treatment principle and representative prescriptions

Tai Yin illnesses are mainly the Spleen deficiency with Damp Cold, if the Spleen Yang is restored, then the illnesses are recovered.

For Tai Yin illnesses, use warming method to eliminate Cold, strengthen the Spleen and dry the Dampness.

Li Zhong Wan, Si Ni Tang are the representative prescriptions used for Tai Yin illnesses.


If Tai Yin illnesses are not treated, they could be progressed into Shao Yin and Jue Yin, at the same time, one observes often that illnesses in Shao Yin and Jue Yin have Spleen Yang deficiency signs, which confirms the point.

Tai Yin and Yang Ming are Bio and Li related, the illness from one stage could be progressed into the other stage. For example. When too much downward clearing method is used for Yang Ming illnesses, the illnesses could be progressed into Tai Yin stage, also when too much warm and drying method is used to treat Tai Yin, the illnesses could be progressed into Yang Ming.

As the saying goes: “Fullness at Yang Ming, deficiency at Tai Yin.”

Shao Yin Stage (281 .. 325)

Channels involved

The Kidney (feet, Water) and The Heart (hands, Fire) channels define the Shao Yin stage.

General Description and Causes

Shao Yin is a dangerous stage of illness development from the six stages model. When the illness is at the Shao Yin stage, the defense mechanism is weak, Heart and Kidney are involved, Yin, Yang, Qi and Blood are all deficient, sleepy with weak pulse.

Causes of Shao Yin illnesses:

  • The Shao Yin stage could be a result of pathogenic Qi (external Cold) attacks the Shao Yin channels directly or Kidney Yang deficiency due to old age.
  • Illnesses progressed from other Yang channels, mainly from Tai Yang. The reason being Tai Yang and Shao Yin has the Biao and Li relationship. When Yang Qi in Shao Yin is weak, and is not able to defense against the external pathogen, then the pathogen from Tai Yang will invade into Shao Yin.
  • Illnesses progressed from other Yin channels, mainly Tai Yin.

Main Symptoms

The signature symptoms are Cold and deficient in the whole body, sleepy.


There are two categories of Shao Yin illnesses:

  • Heart and Kidney Yang deficient, Cold type: aversion to Cold, like to lie down, vomiting and diarrhea. The pulse is weak and small, sleepy Water and Dampness accumulation, Lower Jiao prolapsed.
  • Heart and Kidney Yin deficient, Heat type: agitated, small and fast pulse, red tongue with inner Heat. Water in the Lower Jiao combined with Heat or Blood, Bloody diarrhea.

The treatment principle and representative prescriptions

Cold type: Tonify and warm the Yang, based on Si Ni Tang and its variation.

Heat Type: Nourish the Yin and clear the Heat, based on Huang Lian Ai Jiao Tang and its variation.

Commonly used formulas include: Ma Haung Xi Xin Fu Zi Tang, Da Chen Qi Tang, Si Ni San etc..


If the patient does not receive the right treatment, Yin and Yang depletion might occur, which is a bad sign.

Shao Yin is an illness with upright Qi deficiency, avoids using sweating and purging downward methods, and if the patient could return to the Heath stage or not depending on if the Yang is rescued. Failure to do so might result in death.

As the saying goes: “Fullness at Tai Yang, deficiency at Shao Yin.”

Jue Yin Stage (326 .. 381)

Channels involved

The Liver (feet, Wood) and the Pericardium Channels (hands) define the Jue Yin stage.

General Description and Causes

Jue Yin is the last stage of the six stages. This is the final struggle between the Upright Qi and the pathogenic Qi. At this stage, Yin is depleted and Yang is weak, it is a dangerous stage if the patient does not recover. If there is a transition into the Yang stage, then it is a positive sign.

Illnesses at the other 5 stages, due to wrong / no / delayed treatment, could progress into the Jue Yin stage.

Direct attack of pathogenic Qi to the Jue Yin channels could happen, but seldom.

Main Symptoms

Alternative Cold and Heat feeling in the extremities is a signature symptom of Jue Yin illnesses. This is due to the depletion / re-appearance of Yin and Yang, which result in Cold and Heat feeling.

It is to note that at Shao Yang stage, the alternate cold and heat is much more violent and it takes a longer time to change from Cold to Heat, and vice versa, say a few hours, yet in the case of Jue Yin, it takes a few seconds / minutes to change from Cold to Heat and vice versa.

Another signature sign of Jue Yin stage is the patient feel Cold in the lower part of the body and Heat in the upper part of the body. The depletion of Yin leads to the appearance of the Yang, Yang rise. The depletion of Yang lead to the appearance of the Yin, Yin sinks, thus Lower – Cold, Upper – Heat.

Liver channel, being part of the Jue Yin stage, when the Liver is out of balance, it could lead to disharmonies of Stomach and Spleen, Wood attacks Earth, vomiting and diarrhea belong to symptoms of Jue Yin.


At the Jue Yin stage, as the depletion of Yin and Yang lead to Cold and Heat symptoms, some scholars divide the illnesses at Jue Yin stage into Jue Yin Cold and Jue Yin Heat.

The treatment principle and representative prescriptions

Treating illnesses at the Jue Yin stage, use warming method to treat Cold, use clearing method to treat Heat. When Heat and Cold alternate, then use both methods.

If there is upper Heat and lower Cold, then use clear upper and warm below.

For Jue Yin Cold symptom, use warm Liver nourishe Blood herbs.

For Jue Yin Heat symptom, use Cool Liver and detoxify herbs.


Before recovery, Jue Yin illnesses could turn into Shao Yang, Yang Ming stages, this is the case where the Yin illnesses turn into Yang stage.

It is to note that when the Yang is recovered too quickly, it could lead to soar throat, Blood in urine.

When both Yin and Yang are depleted, it is a dangerous sign.

Prescriptions used for illnesses at this stage are: WuMeiWan, Gan Jiang Huang LianHuangQinRenShengTang, MaHuangShengMaTang.

Examples of text in Shang Han Lun

太陽之為病,脈浮,頭項強痛而惡寒。 (1)

病人身大熱,反欲得衣者,熱在皮膚,寒在骨髓也;身大寒,反不欲近衣者,寒在皮膚,熱在骨髓也。 (11)

陽明之為病,胃家實是也。 (180)

本太陽病,不解,轉入少陽者,脅下硬滿,乾嘔不能食,往來寒熱,尚未吐下,脈沉緊者,與小柴胡湯。 (266)

太陰之為病,腹滿而吐,食不下,自利益甚,時腹自痛,若下之,必胸下結硬。 (273)

少陰之為病,脈微細,但欲寐也。 (281)

凡厥者,陰陽氣不相順接,便為厥。厥者,手足逆冷者是也。 (337)


All errors made due to using the content of this paper is on your own risk. The author suggests you learn from a master, a qualified teacher, a qualified practitioner.

It is important to know that learning Shang Han Lun is a long process, a must if you are practicing TCM, anywhere in the world.

List of Prescriptions in ShanHanLun (version alpha)

  • Bai Hu Tang 白虎汤
  • Bai Hu Jia Ren Sheng Tang 白虎加人参汤
  • Bai Tou Weng Tang 白头翁
  • Bai Tong Tang 白通汤
  • Bai Tong Jia zhu Dan Zhi Tang 白通加猪 汁
  • Chai Hu Jia Mang Xiao Tang  柴胡加芒硝汤
  • Chai Hu Jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang   柴胡加龙骨牡蛎汤
  • Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang 柴胡桂枝汤
  • Chai Hu Gui Zhi Gan Jiang Tang 柴胡桂枝干姜汤
  • Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang 半夏泻心汤
  • Ban Xia San Ji Tang 半夏散及糖
  • Chi shi zhi yu yu liang tang 赤石脂禹余粮唐
  • Da Qing Long Tang 大青龙汤
  • Da Cheng Qi Tang 大承气汤
  • Da Chai Hu Tang  大柴胡汤
  • Da Xian Xiong Tang大陷 胸汤
  • Da Xian Xiong Wan 大陷 胸丸
  • Da Huang Hunag Lian Xie Xin Tang 大黄黄连泻心汤
  • Dang Gui Si Ni Tang 当归四逆汤
  • Dang Gui Si Ni  Jia Wu Zhu Yu Sheng Jiang Tang
  • 当归四逆加吴茱萸升姜汤
  • Di Dang Tang 抵当汤
  • Di Dang Wan 抵挡丸
  • Fu Ling Si Ni Tang 附苓四逆汤
  • Fu Liang Gan Cao Tang 附苓甘草汤
  • Fu Ling Gan Cao Da Zao Tang 附苓甘草大枣汤
  • Fu Ling Gui Zhi Bai Zhu Gan Cao Tang 附苓桂枝白术甘草汤
  • Fu Zi Tang附子汤
  • Fui Zi Xie Xin Tang附子泻心汤
  • Gan Cao Tang 甘草汤
  • Gan Cao Xie Xin Tang 甘草泻心汤
  • Gan Cao Gan Jiang Tang 甘草干姜汤
  • Gan Cao Fu Zi Tang 甘草附子汤
  • Gan Jiang Fu Zi Tang 干姜附子汤
  • Gan Jiang Huang Lian Huang Qin Ren Shen Tang 干姜黄连黄芩人参汤
  • Ge Gan Tang 葛根汤
  • Ge Gen Jia Ban Xia Tang 葛根加半夏汤
  • Ge Gan Huang Qin Huang LianTang 葛根黄芩黄连汤
  • Gui Zhi Tang 桂枝汤
  • Gui Zhi Ren Shen Tang 桂枝人参汤
  • Gui Zhi Jia Shao Yao Tang桂枝加芍药汤
  • Gui Zhi Jia Da Huang Tang桂枝加大黄汤
  • Gui Zhi Jian Shao Yao sheng Jiang ge yi Liang Ren Shen san Liang Xin Jia Tang桂枝加芍药生姜各一两人参三两新加汤
  • Gui Zhi Jia Fu Zi Tang桂枝加附子汤
  • Gui Zhi Jia Hou Po Xing Zi Tang桂枝加厚朴杏子汤
  • Gui Zhi Jia Gui Tang桂枝加桂汤
  • Gui Zhi Jia Ge Gen Tang桂枝加葛根汤
  • Gui Zhi Gan Cao Tang桂枝甘草汤
  • Gui Zhi Gan Cao Mu Li Tang 桂枝甘草
  • Gui Zhi Qu Shao Yao Tang 桂枝去芍药汤
  • Gui Zhi Qu Shao Yao Jia Fu Zi Tang 桂枝去芍药加附子汤
  • Gui Zhi Qu Shao Yao Jia Shu Qi Mu Li Long Gu qio Ni Tang 桂这去芍药加蜀漆牡蛎龙骨逆汤
  • Gui Zi Qu Gui Jia Fu Ling Bai Zhu  Tang 桂枝去桂加茯苓白术汤
  • Gui Zhi Fu Zhi Tang 桂枝附子汤
  • Gui Zi Fu Zi qu Gui jia Bai Zhu Tang 桂子附子去桂加白术汤
  • Gui Zhi Ma Huang ge Ban Tang 桂枝麻黄各半汤
  • Gui Zhi Er Ma Huang Yi Tang 桂枝二麻黄一汤
  • Gui Zhi Er Je Yu Yi Tang 桂枝二??婢一汤
  • Gua Di San 瓜蒂散
  • Jie Geng Tang 桔梗汤
  • Huang Qin Tang 黄芩汤
  • Huang Qin Jia Ban Xia Sheng Jiang Tang 黄芩加半夏生姜汤
  • Huang Lian Tang 黄连汤
  • Huang Lian A Jiao Tang 黄连阿胶汤
  • Ku Jiu Tang 苦酒汤
  • Li Zhong Wan 理中丸
  • Hou Po Sheng Jiang Ban Xia Gan Cao Ren Sheng Tang 厚朴生姜半夏甘草汤
  • Ma Zhi Ren Wan 麻子仁丸
  • Ma Huang Tang 麻黄汤
  • Ma Huang Sheng  Ma Tang 麻黄升麻汤
  • Ma Huang Xing Ren Gan Cao Shi Gao Tang 麻黄杏????
  • Ma Huang Fu Zi Gan Cao Tang 麻黄附子甘草汤
  • Ma Huang Lian Xiao chi Xiao Du Tang 麻黄连赤小豆汤
  • Mi Jian Dao Fang 蜜煎导方
  • Mu Li Ze Xie Tang 牡蛎泽泻散
  • San Wu Bai San 三物白散
  • Shao Zao Gan Cao Tang芍药甘草汤
  • Shao Cao Gan Cao Fu Yi Tang芍药甘草附子汤
  • Sheng Jiang Xie Xin Tang 生姜泻心汤
  • Shi Cao Tang 十枣汤
  • Si Ni San 四逆散
  • Si Ni Tang 四逆汤
  • Si Ni Jia Ren Shen Tang 四逆加人参汤
  • Tao Hua Tang 桃花汤
  • Tao He Cheng Qi Tang 桃红承气汤
  • Tiao Wei Cheng  Qi Tang  调胃承气汤
  • Tong Mai Si Ni Tang通脉四逆汤
  • Tong Mai Si Ni Jia Zhu Dan Zhi Tang 通脉四逆加猪胆汁汤
  • Tu Gua Gen 土瓜 根
  • Wu Ling San 五苓散
  • Wu Mei Wan 乌梅丸
  • Wu zhu yu Tang 吴茱萸汤
  • Xiao Cheng Qi Tang 小承气汤
  • Xiao Jiang Zhong Tang 小建中汤
  • Xiao Qing Long Tang 小青龙汤
  • Xiao Chaiu Hu Tang  小柴胡汤
  • Xiao Xian Xiong Tang 小陷胸汤
  • Xuan Fu Dai Zi Tang  旋复代汤???
  • Yin Chen Hao Tang 茵陈蒿汤
  • Yu Yu Liang Wan 禹余粮丸
  • Zhen Wu Tang 真武汤
  • Zhi Gan Cao Tang 炙甘草汤
  • Zhi Shi Zhi Zi Gu Tang 枳实梔子鼓汤
  • Zhi Zi Gan Cao Gu Tang栀子甘草鼓汤
  • Zhi Zi Gu Tang栀子鼓汤
  • Zhi Zi Sheng Jiang Gu Tang栀子生姜鼓汤
  • Zhi Zi Hou Po Tang栀子厚朴汤
  • Zhi Zi Gan Jiang Tang栀子干姜汤
  • Zhi Zi Bai Pi Tang栀子栢皮汤
  • Zhu Ye Shi Gao Tang 竹叶石膏汤
  • Zhu Fu Tang 猪肤汤
  • Zhu Ling Tang 猪苓汤
  • Zhu Dan Zhi Tang 猪胆汁

Most Used Prescriptions