|Actions||Indications||Chinese medicine products|
|To replenish the primordial qi||Collapse due to prostration of primordial qi, exhibiting extremely cold limbs, sweating, vertigo and shortness of breath.||
Shenfu tang - decoction of ginseng and Aconiti Lateralis;|
Sinijia renshen tang - decoction of ginseng for treating yang exhaustion.
|To nourish the spleen and stomach||Spleen and stomach qi deficiency complicated by dampness, exhibiting weakness of limbs, emaciation, indigestion, vomiting or diarrhoea, fullness in the epigastrium and chest.||
Shenlingbaizhu san - powder of ginseng, Poria and Atractylodis Macrocephalae;|
Jianpi wan - pills for strengthening the spleen.
|To promote the production of body fluid||Impairment of both qi and yin, exhibiting lassitude, shortness of breath, excessive perspiration, dry throat, thirst; also for long-standing cough due to lung deficiency.||Shengmai yin - liquid of ginseng, Radix Ophiopogonis and Fructus Schisandrae for restoring the pulse.|
|To invigorate the spleen and nourish the heart||Disorders involving heart and spleen deficiency, exhibiting palpitation, amnesia, insomnia, poor appetite, fatigue; also for cases of hemafecia, metrorrhagia and metrostaxis.||
Guipi wan - ginseng pills for invigorating spleen and nourishing the heart;|
Renshen yangrong wan - pills of ginseng for nourishing qi and yin.