Min Tong - Shao Yao Tang - 100 Caps

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Dosage As directed Properties Source Text: Collection of Writings on the Mechanisms of Illness, Suitability of Qi, and the Safequarding of Life as Discussed in the Basic Questions (Su wen bing ji qi yi bao ming ji) Contraindications It is not for a person who has flu or Exterior syndrome. Chinese Symptomology Abdominal pain, tenesmus, difficulty in defecation, diarrhea with pus and blood (equal amounts), a burning sensation around the anus. Western Symptomology Bacillary or amebic dysentery, acute enteritis, and ulcerative colitis. Actions Regulates and harmonizes the qi and blood, clears heat, and relieves toxicity. Pattern Damp-heat lodged in the Intestines. Tongue Usually has a yellow and greasy coating. Pulse Usually rapid. Ingredients Paeonia Radix (Bai Shao) 26.66% Angelica Sinensis Radix - Branch (Dang Gui Wei) 13.33% Scutellaria Radix (Huang Qin) 13.33% Coptis Rhizoma (Huang Lian) 13.33% Rheum Rhizoma (Da Huang) 6.67% Auklandia Radix (Mu Xiang) 6.67% Areca Semen (Bing Lang) 6.67% Glycyrrhiza Radix (Gan Cao) 6.67% Cinnamomum Cortex - Older (Rou Gui) 6.67% This formula clears Heat; eliminates Toxins; helps relieve pain by regulating and harmonizing the circulation of the Qi and Blood.

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