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Formula Name: San Huang Xie Xin Tang
Format/Size: 100 Sun Ten Capsules - General Dose 1-2 capsules 2-3 times per day. At full dose last approximately 16 days.
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Clinical applications and theory information for this formula may be found on our san huang xie xin wan (drain the epigastrium decoction) page. You may also see this formula named - "San Huang Xie Xin Tang, Xie Xin Tang, Coptis and Rhubarb Combination, Drain The Heart Decoction, Coptis And Rhubarb Combination, Decoction to Purge Heat From The Heart And Stomach, Yellow Purge The Heart Decoction, Drain The Epigastrium Powder".
Potential applications (truncated): Damp-heat excess with interior climbing - fever, restlessness, red eyes, constipation, possibly in severe cases delirium from high fever.… read more.
Dr. Hong-yen Hsu is the founder of Sun Ten. He was recognized as the “Father of Scientific Chinese herbal Extraction” in Taiwan as he devoted his life to the modernization of Chinese herbal extraction. He later became the Director of the Drug Control Bureau, a position comparable to the United States’ F.D.A. Dr. Hsu established Sun Ten in 1946 originating in Taiwan. Sun Ten has since grown into a pharmaceutical grade manufacturing company dedicated to produce the world’s finest Chinese herbal extract product for nearly seven decades. Quality assurance is guaranteed right from the start through careful selection of authentic raw herbs, controlled manufacturing process and finished product reassurance through scientific measures. With an emphasis on safety, quality, efficacy, and consistency Sun Ten is able to produce high quality products, which meet the strictest of international standards.
Associated Issues: anxiety, atherosclerosis, bronchitis, constipation, delirium, dental issues, epigastric pain, fever, gastritis, hemorrhoids, mouth sores (ulcers), nosebleed (epistaxis), schizophrenia, sleep disorders (sleep apnea), ulcers
Below you will find the range of products that are interwoven clinically with san huang xie xin tang. As described elsewhere, herbal formulas are most often chosen to accomplish balancing the persons "diagnosis" in Chinese Medicine terms - not by their issue/symptom.
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