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Source date: 650 AD
Number of ingredients: 15 herbs
Key actions: Anti-rheumatic, clears Wind, Cold and Damp Stagnation. Strengthens the function of the Liver and Kidney. Tonifies Qi and Blood.
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Because it is a key herb in Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang, a herbal formula indicated to treat the pattern '' (a pattern with attraction to warmth as a symptom)
Its main actions are: Disperses Wind, Cold, Dampness. Relieves pain. Relieves Lesser Yang (Shao Yang) headache.