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Chinese Symptomology Signs & symptoms of stomach and intestinal damp heat include:Bright red bleeding from the rectum during defecation that usually precedes defecation but may also follow it ~Blood in the stools ~Hemorrhoids with either bright red or dark red bleeding ~A red, with slimy, yellow tongue at the root ~A slippery, rapid pulse Western Symptomology Stomach and intestinal damp heat resulting in hemorrhoids, amebic dynsentery, ulcerative colitis, anal fissures, and rectal prolapse Actions Clears the intestines and disperses wind, rectifies the qi and stops bleeding Pattern Stomach and intestinal damp heat Ingredients dry stir-fried Huai Hua (Flos Sophorae) 250 mg ~ dry stir-fried Ce Bai Ye (Cacumen Platycladi) 250 mg ~ Jing Jie (Herba Schizonepetae) 125 mg ~ Zhi Qiao (Ke) (Fructus Aurantii) 125 mg Within this formula: Huai Hua clears heat and eliminates dampness from the intestines as well as cools the blood and stops bleeding. Ce Bai Ye also cools the blood and stops bleeding. In addition, it dries dampness without damaging yin. Jing Jie disperses wind and enters the blood aspect to stop bleeding. Zhi Qiao (Ke) rectifies the qi. Entering the blood aspect, it moves the qi within the blood. Its qi is downbearing, while Jing Jie’s is upbearing. Therefore, together, these two medicinals free the flow of the qi mechanism, thus relieving the depression that may be causing the heat. This formula comes from Xu Shu-wei’s Song dynasty Pu Ji Ben Shi Fang (Formulas for Universal Benefit From My Practice) published in 1132.