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Wen Dan Tang 溫 膽 湯

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Source: Discussion of Illnesses, Patterns, and Formulas Related to the Unification of the Three Etiologies (1174)

Indication: Gallbladder and Stomach Disharmony with Phlegm-Heat

Symptoms: Dizziness, vertigo, nausea or vomiting, insomnia, dream-disturbed sleep with strange or unusual dreams, palpitations, anxiety, indeterminate gnawing hunger, or seizures accompanied by copious sputum, focal distention of the chest, bitter taste, slight thirst.

Tongue: greasy, yellow coat; Pulse: rapid and slippery or wiry