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To reinforce the middle jiao and tonify Qi, to uplift the Yang and relieve phosis.”

Syndrome of deficiency of Qi in the spleen and stomach and prolapse of viscera due to sinking of Yang Qi. Pale complexion, laziness in speech, fatigue, poor appetite, loose stool, fever, spontaneous sweating, pale tongue with thin and white coating, big a”

Huang Qi 15g, Gan Cao 5g, Ren Shen 10g, Dang Gui 10g, Chen Pi 6g, Sheng Ma 3g, Chai Hu 3g, Bai Zhu 10g

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