Long Dan Xie Gan Wan

Long Dan Xie Gan Wan

Long Dan Xie Gan Wan

Brand Solstice Medicine Company
Unit Size 200 teapills
Potency 3:1 / 172mg
Contraindications Prolong use of cold and bitter herbs found in this formula can injure spleen yang, affecting digestion. Caution during pregnancy.
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
Chinese name Long Dan Xie Gan Wan
English name Gentiana Drain Liver Pills
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Use for heat in the liver or gall bladder channel causing symptoms that can affect any of the three jiao (burners). This is one of the premier Chinese formulas, and has a multitude of applications for problems due to liver or gallbladder fire. Symptoms can develop anywhere along the liver or gallbladder channels, from the eyes to the genitalia. Liver fire can affect the emotional and mental as well as the physical. For herpes, combine with Chuan Xin Lian. (Jake Fratkin - Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines, p. 661)*


Active Ingredients
Scabrous Gentian Root and Rhizome, Bupleurum Root, Asian Water Plantain Tuber, Rehmannia Root, Baikal Skullcap Root, Mature Gardenia Fruit, Zhu Ling Sclerotium, Dong-quai Root, Chinese Licorice Root and Rhizome.

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