Pinyin Name: Long Dan Er Miao San


Chinese diagnosis: Blood Heat, Damp Heat and/or Wind Heat Invasion in the Skin, Liver Yang Rising, Triple Burner Obstruction


Functions: Expels Damp Heat accumulation.



  • Occasional itching and skin irritation.
  • Occasional dermal mucoid discharges.
  • Heat intolerance.
  • Increased thirst, appetite.
  • Promotes healthy skin.
  • Occasional red eyes.
  • Occasional difficult stools, abdominal discomfort, malodorous gas, halitosis.


Tongue: Red, puffy.


Contraindications: Avoid use during pregnancy or with Qi deficiency.



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Chai hu - Bupleurum root

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Damp Heat Derma Relief


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