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Chinese Symptomology Signs & symptoms of liver depression qi stagnation include: * Irritability * Chest oppression * A bowstring pulse ~Signs & symptoms of spleen vacuity include: * Fatigue * Lack of strength * Insidious abdominal pain * Vomiting after eating * Postural hypotension * Cold hands and feet * Borborygmus * Incessant diarrhea * An enlarged tongue with teeth-marks on its edges * A forceless pulse ~Signs & symptoms of heat include: * Agitation * Vexatious heat * Clamoring stomach * A red tongue with geographically peeled, whit Western Symptomology Hot and cold, vacuity (spleen) and repletion (heat and obstruction due to cold) resulting in 1) parasitic infections, such as ascariasis, biliary ascariasis, and hookworm; 2) digestive diseases marked by diarrhea, such as chronic bacillary dysentery, ulcerative colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome; 3) other digestive disorders, including cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, peptic ulcers, functional gastric disorder, and neurogenic vomiting; 4) ear, nose, and throat disorders, such as keratitis, corneal ulcers, glaucoma, apthous ulcers, chronic suppurative otitis media, and Ménère’s disease; and 5) gynecological conditions, such as morning sickness, chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, functional uterine bleeding, and dysmenorrhea. Actions Warms the viscera and clears heat, courses the liver and harmonizes the stomach, quiets roundworms Pattern Hot and cold, vacuity (spleen) and repletion (heat and obstruction due to cold) Ingredients Wu Mei (Fructus Mume) 150 mg ~ Gan Jiang (dry Rhizoma Zingiberis) 90 mg ~ Gui Zhi (Ramulus Cinnamomi) 90 mg ~ Fu Zi (Radix Lateralis Praeparata Aconiti) 90 mg ~ Huang Bai (Cortex Phellodendri) 90 mg ~ Ren Shen (Radix Ginseng) 90 mg ~ Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis) 90 mg ~ Huang Lian (Rhizoma Coptidis) 45 mg ~ Hua Jiao (Pericarpium Zanthoxyli) 15 mg Within this formula, Wu Mei courses the liver and rectifies the qi, engenders fluids and secures and astringes. Hua Jiao is acrid and warm. It expels worms and warms the viscera. Huang Lian and Huang Bai are bitter and cold. They clear heat and move any worms downward. Gan Jiang, Gui Zhi, and Fu Zi warm the interior and scatter cold. Ren Shen supplements the qi and Dang Gui supplements the blood. Dang Gui also quickens the blood. This formula comes from Zhang Zhongjing’s late Han dynasty Shang Han Lun (Treatise on Damage [Due to] Cold).