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Chinese Symptomology Signs & symptoms of lung qi vacuity include:Easy catching of colds and the development of airborne allergies ~Chronic cough ~Panting and wheezing ~Fatigue ~Shortness of breath ~Spontaneous perspiration ~ Western Symptomology Lung qi vacuity resulting in allergic rhinitis, easy catching of colds, and a wide variety of chronic respiratory conditions, including asthma and emphysema Actions Boosts the qi and secures the exterior Pattern Lung qi vacuity Tongue Pale Pulse forceless or floating, large, and forceless Ingredients Huang Qi (Radix Astragali) 214.3 mg ~ Shu Di Huang (cooked Radix Rehmanniae) 214.3 mg ~ Sang Bai Pi (Cortex Mori) 107.0 mg ~ Ren Shen (Radix Ginseng) 80.4 mg ~ Zi Wan (Radix Asteris) 80.4 mg ~ Wu Wei Zi (Fructus Schisandrae) 53.6 mg Within this formula, Ren Shen and Huang Qi greatly supplement the qi, while Wu Wei Zi secures the exterior and lungs. Shu Di Huang nourishes the blood and enriches yin based on the interdependence of the qi and blood, qi and water. Zi Wan stops coughing and expels phlegm, while Sang Bai Pi drains evils from the lungs. This formula comes from Li Zhong-nanís Yuan dynasty Yong Lei Qian Fang (Everlasting Categorization of Inscribed Formulas) published in 1331.