Pacific College Comps
Sweet Dew Special Pill to Eliminate Toxin
Resolve dampness, transform turbidity, clear heat, and relieve toxicity
Wen Re Jing Wei (1852)
Seasonal damp heat disease, or early stages of a damp warm-febrile disease in any season, marked by fever, aching limbs, throat swelling, lethargy, stifling sensation in the pectoral area, glomus, scanty dark urine. Tongue coat is white, greasy or yellow, dry. Pulse is soggy and rapid.
There might be vomiting and diarrhea, jaundice, or persistent fever.
The dosage above is for making pills. To make as a decoction, use the dosages in parentheses.