Nei Shu Huang Lian Tang
nèi shū huáng lián tāng, "Internal Dispersing Decoction with Coptis"

Translated Name: Internal Dispersing Decoction with Coptis
Clear Heat and Resolves Toxicity

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Components (12):
 HerbCommon NameQuantityUnit
薄荷 Bo He field mint, mentha 6 grams
梔子 Zhi Zi cape jasmine fruit, gardenia 9 grams
黃苓 Huang Qin baical skullcap root, scutellaria, scute 9 grams
黃蓮 Huang Lian coptis rhizome 9 grams
連翹 Lian Qiao forsythia fruit 9 grams
大黄 Da Huang rhubarb root and rhizome 6 grams
桔梗 Jie Geng baloon flower root, platycodon root 6 grams
木香 Mu Xiang costus root, saussurea, auklandia 6 grams
甘草 Gan Cao licorice root 6 grams
當歸 Dang Gui tangkuei, Chinese angelica root 9 grams
白芍 Bai Shao white peony root, peony 9 grams
檳榔 Bing Lang betel nut; areca seed; areaca 6 grams
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Depth: Deep (Submerged, Sinking, Deep)
Qualities: Excess (Shi, Strong, Full)
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