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Wen Dan Tang Herbal Supplement

Therapeutic Actions

1. Treats phlegm disorders and is an expectorant and sedative
2. Useful for profuse white or foamy sputum, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, palpitations, insomnia, restlessness, timidity, hyperactivity, attention deficit disorder (ADD)
3. Addresses chronic tracheitis, bronchitis, emphysema and mental disorders

Chinese Therapeutic Effects

Clears heat in gallbladder                                          Expels phlegm in stomach
Alleviates bitter taste in mouth                                Helps with slight thirst

Administration

Internal: 3 tablets TID, between meals
90 tablets, 750mg, 10 day supply
Contraindications: Reduce dosage or discontinue if excessive dryness occurs.

Ingredients

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Pinellia rhizome
ban xia
Citrus peel
chen pi
Poria sclerotium
fu ling
Aurantium fruit
zhi shi
Bamboo shavings
zhu ru
Arisaema rhizome
tian nan xing
Agastache herb
huo xiang
Acorus rhizome
shi chang pu
Licorice root
gan cao

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Formula Rationale

This formula is traditionally used for treating copious phlegm. This problem is created by a digestive disharmony. In Chinese medicine, phlegm in the stomach leads to distention, copious sputum, a greasy tongue coating, and a slippery pulse. Heat in the gallbladder creates a bitter taste in the mouth. The combination of phlegm and heat causes organ dysfunction, which may lead to dizziness, nausea, and vomiting. Phlegm heat may also cause irritability, insomnia, palpitations, and anxiety. Chinese medicine also states that all strange diseases are due to phlegm, and therefore, this formula may also be used for seizures, and mental disorders.

Bamboo (zhu ru) clears heat and phlegm and helps treat coughing and other signs of rebellious qi. Aurantium (zhi shi) reverses rebellious Qi, and helps reduce distension. Pinellia (ban xia) and citrus (chen pi) dry dampness and expel phlegm, while improving circulation in the stomach. Poria (fu ling) and licorice (gan cao) strengthens the spleen and leaches out dampness. Arisaema (tian nan xing) dries dampness, expels phlegm and is also used for phlegm obstructing the channels causing dizziness, numbness of the limbs, strokes, and seizures. Acorus (shi chang pu) opens the orifices, vaporizes phlegm, and quiets the spirit. It is used for epigastric fullness, abdominal pain due to dampness, dizziness, dulled senses, and seizures.

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Additional Formulas

• Combine with Coptis Purge Fire for phlegm heat or phlegm fire
• For hyperactivity (ADHD), combine with Ease Plus two tablets of each formula TID-QID
For attention deficient disorder (ADD), consider Shen Ling with Clear Phlegm if signs of
excessive phlegm
• For excessive respiratory sputum, combine with Clear Air two tablets of each formula 4 to 6
times per day
• For headaches caused by phlegm and dampness, combine with Gastrodia Relieve Wind, 2 to
3 tablets of each formula QID

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