Lung tan xie gan also called long dan xie gan wan. It is a popular and well-known pill that helps maintain the health of the liver and bile system. It can also supports the health and well being of the chest, the mouth, the inner ear and as well as promotes a healthy urinary tract. Classical formula to purge heat from the liver and gallbladder, and damp-heat from the three burners. Use for upwards flaring of liver fire causing headache, red and burning eyes, ringing in the ears, sore throat, fever blisters on the mouth, scanty urine, or constipation. Use for damp-heat in liver or gallbladder causing leukorrhea, urinary tract infections, or itchiness in the groin. Helpful in oral and genital herpes; also hyperthyroid due to liver-gallbladder fire. Reduces liver heat due to stagnation of liver qi. Source: Yi Zong Jin Jian, (The Golden Mirror of Medicine), Qing Dynasty, 1644-1911. Function: Discharge Liver/Gall Bladder Damp Heat Accumulation, Discharge excess liver fire Application: Use to relieve excess liver heat syndrome. This will drain the excess liver fire in the upper portion of the body, including red, swollen eyes, headache, and bitter taste in the mouth, earache, and sudden deafness due to excess liver/gall bladder heat. Pain in the hypochondriac region may also be present. Due to excess damp heat accumulation, the urine may be dark in color and scanty. (Note, in order to use this formula for the following disorders, the patient must have sings of excess liver fire, damp heat accumulation.) Acute conjunctivitis, acute otitis media, acute nasal furuncle, acute furuncle in the external auditory canal, hpertension due to excess liver fire, acute hepatitis with jaundice, acute cholecystitis, acute pyelonephritis, acute cystitis, acute urethritis, acute pelvic inflammatory disease, acute vulvitis, prostatitis. If used for a long period of time, it may damage the spleen or stomach. Therefore, this medicine should be stopped promptly, after the patient recovers.
Lung Tan Xie Gan Pill "Gentiana Purge Liver Pills"
Radix Gentiana,Radix Bupleuri, Fructus Gardeniae, Semen Plantaginis, Rhizoma Alismatis, Radix angelicae Sinensis, radix Scutellariae, radix Rehmanniae, Radix Glycyrrhizae