Cold Phlegm Blocking Lungs (aka Lung Phlegm Cold)
han tan zu fei
usually a chronic condition; chills;
aversion to cold; heat effusion (fever) low or none.
wheezing, asthma; aggravated on lying down; greater
(or equal) difficulty exhaling than inhaling.
thirst, diminished; prefers hot drinks.
pale urine; cough loud, high-pitched;
coughing up of copious clear or white sputum.
distension; soreness or ache; of ribside; of
chest; relieved by heat.
normal to pale.
thick; white; wet.
Pattern derived from:
-Transform Cold Phlegm
-Relieve Wind Cold
--Drain Dampness, Promote Urination; especially the less harsh herbs like Poria to improve Fluid circulation.
-Stop Cough and Wheezing; especially the warmer herbs.
--Aromatic-transform Dampness; especially those herbs that enter the Lung.
--Regulate Qi; especially those herbs that open and regulate Lung Qi.
-Warm and transform Cold Phlegm
-Dry Dampness and expel Phlegm
-Direct Rebellious Qi Downward
-Promote movement of Qi
-- Warm and Transform Water and Dampness
-- Transform Damp Turbidity
-- Warm Middle and dispel Cold
[DATABASE SEARCH PAGE]
To Patterns, by category