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Source date: 16th century
Number of ingredients: 14 herbs
Key actions: Nutritive tonic: Nourishes Yin, Blood and Vital Essence of the Heart and Kidney. Clears away pathogenic Heat, clears Deficient Heat. Sedative.
Because it is a formula often recommended to treat the pattern 'Yin and Blood Deficiency' of which mouth sores is a symptom.
Because it is a key herb in Tian Wang Bu Xin Dan, a herbal formula indicated to treat the pattern '' (a pattern with mouth sores as a symptom)
Its main actions are: Expels Heat by Cooling Blood. Tonifies Yin by promoting Fluid production. Soothes the Heart by calming Blazing Fire. Cools and nourishes.