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Contraindications The bitter and cold herbs in this formula dictate that it should be taken for only a short time - Bensky Chinese Symptomology Acute red eyes, sore throat, mouth or tongue sores, dark, rough urination, and restlessness and heat in the heart and diaphragm - Bensky Western Symptomology Abscess ~Conjunctivitis ~Constipation ~Dizziness ~Ear ulcer ~Fever ~Furuncle ~Gingivitis ~Headache ~Mouth ulcer ~Otitis ~Parotitis ~Pharyngitis ~Sore throat ~Toothache ~Acute bronchitis (early stage) ~Febrile disease with tinnitus ~Hypertension due to Wind-Heat ~Lung abscess (early stage) ~Pneumonia (early stage) ~Red complexion Actions Clears heat and resolves toxicity, drains fire, and unblocks the bowels - Bensky Pattern Wind-Heat and Heat affecting the Upper and Middle Burners. Tongue Red tongue, yellow coating Pulse Floating-Rapid-Overflowing pulse (Fu Shu Hong) Ingredients Chinese Rhubarb rhizome, Vitex fruit, Coptis rhizome, Wild Chrysanthemum flower, Fragrant Angelica (bai zhi) root, Platycodon grandiflorum root, Siler root, Peppermint leaf, Gypsum mineral, Ligusticum (chuan xiong) rhizome, Chinese licorice root, Inula flower. Bensky states that this formula is more balanced than Huang Lian Jie Du Tang "in that Puerariae Radix (ge gen) and Trichosanthis Radix (tian hua fen) engender fluids and offset the fluid damaging effect of the internal heat pathogen and the bitter herbs in the formula." Note that is version does not contain Trichosanthis Radix (tian hua fen).