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Qing Gu San (Cool the Bones Powder) 清骨散


Formula Type Formulas that Clear Heat
Diagnosis Steaming bone disorder due to Liver and Kidney Yin deficiency
Action Clears heat from deficiency and alleviates steaming bone disorder
Indication Afternoon tidal fever or unremitting, chronic low-grade fever, sensation of heat in the bones but w/flesh that is not warm to the touch, irritability, insomnia, emaciation, lethargy, dark-red cheeks, night sweats, thirst, dry throat, red tongue w/little coating, and thin, rapid pulse
Remarks Focuses on clearing heat rather than tonifying the Yin

Yin Chai Hu (tested) (9 g)

Zhi Mu (6 g)

Hu Huang Lian (tested) (6 g)

Di Gu Pi (tested) (6 g)

Qing Hao (Organic) (6 g)

Qin Jiao (tested) (6 g)

Bie Jia (Granule) (1g Granule=1g Herbs) (6 g)

Gan Cao (tested) (3 g)


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