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Source date: 1396 AD
Number of ingredients: 4 herbs
Key actions: Drains Fire and Phlegm .
Gun Tan Wan has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of pediatric seizure disorder
Source date: Late 18th century
Number of ingredients: 19 herbs
Key actions: Opens the sensory orifices. Arrests spasms and convulsions. Clears Heat and transforms Phlegm.
Hui Chun Dan has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of pediatric seizure disorder
Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat seizures in children as can be seen on Styrax's page.
Its main actions are: Opens the Orifices and clears the Mind. Stops pain