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Source date: 992 AD
Number of ingredients: 2 herbs
Key actions: Moves Liver Blood and Liver Qi. Drains Liver Heat or Fire. Stops pain.
Because it is a formula often recommended to treat the pattern 'Liver Qi Stagnation that transforms into Heat' of which intermittent epigastric pain is a symptom.
Because it is a key herb in Jin Ling Zi San, a herbal formula indicated to treat the pattern '' (a pattern with intermittent epigastric pain as a symptom)
Sichuan Chinaberries is a Cold herb that tastes Bitter. It targets the Spleen, the Liver and the Small intestine.
Its main actions are: Clears Damp Heat. Circulates Qi. Relieves chest, epigastric and abdominal pains. Expels parasites.