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Contraindications Cases with hemorrhagic or coagulation disorders. Pregnancy. Chinese Symptomology Note :The term \"mansion of blood\" (Xue Fu) was used by Wang Qing-Ren to denote the area above the diaphragm that formed an enclosed space or \"mansion\" which is filled with blood. The broader meaning of this term includes the blood vessels, as it is there that the blood gathers and moves. Western Symptomology Acute articular rheumatism ~Chest pain ~Chronic hiccup ~Cor pulmonale ~Coronary disorders ~Excruciating headache ~Extreme moodiness ~Insomnia ~Irritability ~ Migraine ~Nervous breakdown ~Pain of the hypochondrium ~Palpitations ~Restlessness ~Sensation of heat in the chest ~Strangulation, choking sensation while drinking ~Trigeminal neuralgia ~Dysmenorrhea ~Evening fever that is not severe ~Hypertension ~Injury to the chest ~Intercostal neuralgia ~Purple complexion ~Purple lips ~ Actions Quickens the blood and transforms stasis, moves qi, relieves pain, resolves depressive heat. ~ Disperses Blood stasis ~Moves Blood ~Soothes Liver-Qi ~Unblocks the Channels Pattern ~ Blood stasis in the chest with impairment of blood flow in the area above the diaphragm. The condition is complicated by constrained Liver Qi. Tongue Dark purple tongue with dark spots on the edges Pulse Firm-Choppy pulse (Lao Se); Firm-Wiry pulse (Lao Xian); Choppy pulse (Se); Wiry pulse (Xian) Ingredients Persica Seed, Carthamus Flower, Dong Quai root, Cyathula root, Raw Rehmannia root, Red Peony root, Mature Bitter Orange fruit, Ligusticum (chuan xiong) rhizome, Platycodon grandiflorum root, Bupleurum root, Chinese Licorice root Quickens the blood and transforms stasis, moves qi, relieves pain, resolves depressive heat.*