Click to enlargeFar East Summit - Dianthus Formula - 32 Oz.

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Dosage As directed Potency 5:1 Contraindications Chronic disorders in patients with constitutional weakness. Signs of Cold. Pregnancy. Warning -Long-term use. Chinese Symptomology Clears Heat ~ Diuretic ~ Treats dysuria ~ Antilithic Western Symptomology Acute prostatitis ~ Cystitis ~ Dark urine ~ Dysuria ~ Frequent urination ~ Glomerulonephritis ~ Hematuria ~ Kidney stone ~ Nephritis ~ Oliguria ~ Scanty urine ~ Turbid urine ~ Urethritis ~ Urinary tract infection ~ Distension of the lower abdomen ~ Dry mouth ~ Dry throat ~ Pain of the lower abdomen ~ Actions Clears heat and drains fire, disinhibits water and frees strangury. Pattern Urinary disorders caused by the clumping of Damp-Heat in the Lower Burner. Tongue Red tongue, yellow coating Pulse Forceful-Slippery-Rapid pulse (You Li Hua Shu); Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu) Ingredients Talc mineral, Dianthus herb, Akebia stem, Polygonum (bian xu) root, Juncus pith, Gardenia fruit, Plantago seed, Chinese Licorice root, Chinese Rhubarb thizome.

Class: Eliminate Dampness ~ Subclass: Clear and Transform Damp-Heat ~ Source/Author: Tai Ping Hui Min He Ji Ju Fang (Imperial Grace Formulary of the Tai Ping Era)*


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