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Contraindications Because this formula contains ingredients that warm and dry, it should not be used for externally-contracted conditions with fever or yin deficiency. For sudden turmoil disorder, its use should be discontinued once the vomiting and diarrhea have stopped. Chinese Symptomology Fullness and pain in the abdominal and epigastric regions; diarrhea; unable to keep food down; vomiting; cold body; cold hands and feet; intolerance of cold; not thirsty; slight perspiration; recurrent oral ulcers; spasms; lockjaw; rigidity Actions Warms the center, dispels cold, boosts the qi, and fortifies the spleen. Pattern Deficiency of spleen qi and yang with symptoms of poor digestion Channels Entered spleen Tongue Pale tongue, white coating Pulse Submerged, thin Branch Spleen, Stomach Ingredients Chinese White Ginseng root, Dry Ginger rhizome, White Atractylodes rhizome, Honey Baked Licorice root, herbs processed using grain alcohol, vegetable glycerine and purified water. This is an valued traditional formula for accumulation of internal cold due to spleen yang deficiency. It is applicable in a wide variety of chronic digestive disorders. Symptoms are often aggravated by cold or raw foods, which should be avoided.


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