Augmented Rambling Powder
Regulate and Harmonize the Liver and Spleen
Spreads the Liver qi, strengthens the Spleen, nourishes the blood, and clears heat
Nei Ke Zhai Yao (1850s)
Constrained Liver Qi with Spleen deficiency that transforms into heat. Typical signs and symptoms include irritability, tidal fever and sweating, dry mouth, red eyes, lower abdominal pressure, palpitations, difficult, painful urination, and increased menstrual flow or uterine bleeding.