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Chinese Name: Shi Yi Wei Wen Dan Tang Jia Jian
Chinese Symptomology: Xin ji (heart palpitations); Mei he Qi (plum pit qi); Fan zao (vexation and agitation); Shi mian (insomnia); Duo Meng (profuse dreaming); Anxiety; Depression; Possible indigestion with burping and belching; ToothacheHeadache Western Symptomology: PMS; Sinusitis; TMJ syndrome; Toothache; Headache; Emotional Depression
Actions: Supplements the heart and fortifies the spleen, courses the liver and resolves depression, clears heat and transforms phlegm, quiets the spirit and calms the mind.
Pattern: Heart-gallbladder Qi timidity with depressive heat in the heart, liver, and possibly stomach and intestines.
This is a shorthand name for a complex pattern made up of liver-spleen disharmony with depressive heat and phlegm harassing the heart spirit as well as heart Qi and blood vacuity due to enduring spleen vacuity.
Contraindications: Exuberant phlegm heat harassing the heart
|TCM Disease Diagnosis||Xin ji (heart palpitations) ; Mei he qi (plum pit qi) ; Fan zao (vexation and agitation) ; Shi mian (insomnia) ; Duo Meng (profuse dreaming) ; Anxiety ; Depression ; Possible indigestion with burping and belching ; ToothacheHeadache Western Symptomology|
|TCM Pattern||Heart-gallbladder qi timidity with depressive heat in the heart ; liver (possibly stomach and intestines)|
|TCM Therapeutic Action||Supplements the heart and fortifies the spleen ; Courses the liver and resolves depression ; Clears heat and transforms phlegm ; Quiets the spirit and calms the mind|
|Contra Indications / Cautions||Exuberant phlegm heat harassing the heart|
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