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Chuan Xiong Powder Mixed with Green Tea
External contraction of wind evils
Dispels wind and stops pain
Upper respiratory tract infection, migraine headache, tension headache, neurogenic headache, and acute and chronic rhinitis or sinusitis
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF EXTERNAL CONTRACTION OF WIND EVILS INCLUDE
* Possible fever and chills
* Possible nasal congestion
* Thin, white tongue fur
* A floating pulse
Within this formula, Chuan Xiong frees the flow of the shao yang and jue yin channels on the head and stops pain. Qiang Huo frees the flow of the tai yang channel on the head and stops pain. Bai Zhi frees the flow of the yang ming channel on the head and stops pain. Jing Jie and Fang Feng resolve the exterior and dispel wind. Bo He similarly resolves the exterior and dispels wind. However, it also benefits the head and eyes and clears heat due to depression, which is why it is considered the sovereign ingredient in this formula. Gan Cao harmonizes all the other ingredients in the formula.
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