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Chinese Symptomology Headache caused by Liver function disorder, burning and dry eyes, bitter mouth, rib distention, ear infection or ear swelling, yeast infection, vaginal discharge. Western Symptomology Hypertension, acne, vegetative nerve functional disturbance, acute conjunctivitis, acute otitis media, acute prostatitis, acute hepatitis, urinay tract or vaginal infections, acute pelvic inflammation, acute eczema, herpes zoster. Actions Alleviates excess Damp Heat in the Liver and Gallbladder; removes Damp Heat from the Lower Warmer. Pattern Damp Heat in the Liver and Gallbladder;Damp Heat from the Lower Warmer. Branch Liver, Gallbladder Ingredients Sheng Di (uncooked Radix Rehmanniae) 111 mg ~ Huang Qin (Radix Scutellariae) 83.25 mg ~ Zhi Zi (Fructus Gardeniae) 83.25 mg ~ Ze Xie (Rhizoma Alismatis) 83.25 mg ~ Che Qian Zi (Semen Plantaginis) 83.25 mg ~ Dang Gui Wei (Extremitas Radicis Angelicae Sinensis) 83.25 mg ~ Chai Hu (Radix Bupleuri) 83.25 mg ~ Long Dan Cao (Radix Gentianae) 55.5 mg ~ Mu Tong (Caulis Akebiae) 55.5 mg ~ Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae) 28.5 mg ~ Within this formula, Long Dan Cao (Radix Gentianae) is greatly bitter and greatly cold. It is the sovereign medicinal in this formula for both draining fire and eliminating dampness. It drains replete livergallbladder fire from the upper body, while it also precipitates and clears damp heat from the lower body. Huang Qin (Radix Scutellariae) and Zhi Zi (Fructus Gardeniae) are the ministers within this formula. They also have the functions of draining fire with bitterness and cold and are combined with Long Dan Cao (Radix Gentianae) for that purpose. Ze Xie (Rhizoma Alismatis), Mu Tong (Caulis Akebiae), and Che Qian Zi (Semen Plantaginis) clear heat and disinhibit dampness. Therefore, they assist in eliminating damp heat via the urinary tract. Because the liver stores the blood and heat within the liver channel can easily damage yin and blood, at the same time as using bitter cold ingredients to dry dampness, Sheng Di (uncooked Radix Rehmanniae) and Dang Gui Wei (Extremitas Radicis Angelicae Sinensis) are used as assistants to enrich yin and nourish the blood. Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae) regulates and harmonizes all the other medicinals. Therefore, within this formula there is supplementation within drainage and enrichment within disinhibition. This assists the downbearing of fire and the clearing of heat and the separation of clear from damp turbidity. This formula comes from Wang Anís early Qing dynasty Yi Fang Ji Jie (Analytic Collection of Medical Formulas) published in 1682 CE.