Drain the Epigastrium Decoction (xie xin tang)
Chief: Da Huang
Deputy: Huang qin, Huang Lian
Pattern: Damp Heat with Interior Clumping
Indications: Fever, irritability and restlessness, flushed face, red eyes, delirious speech, dark urine, constipation, a greasy, yellow tongue coating. Also for epigastric focal distention, jaundice, diarrhea, and dysenteric disorders; or vomiting of blood or nosebleed; or red and swollen eyes and ears; or ulcerations of the tongue and mouth; or abscesses.
Cautions and contraindications: Because it is very Bitter and Cold, this formula should only be prescribed in cases of excess for patients of robust constitution.
Since it can easily injure the Yin, it should not be taken for prolonged periods. If prescribed for conditions of heat in the nutritive or blood levels, it may easily injure the Yin.
Contraindicated in cases of deficiency of Qi or deficiency of Yin.
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