Halitosis treatment with Chinese herbal prescription
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Purging latent pathogenic fire in the spleen and stomach.

Syndrome due to latent pathogenic fire in the spleen and stomach, marked by aphthae, halitosis, restlessness, thirst, hungriness, dry mouth and lips, reddened tongue, and rapid pulse; including such diseases with the above symptoms as stomatitis and periodontitis.

Herba Agastachis (Huoxiang) 12 g,
Shan Zhi Ren (Semen Gardeniae) 6 g,
Gypsum Fibrosum (Shigao) 15 g,
Radix Glycyrrhizae (Gancao) 6 g,
Radix Saposhnikoviae (Fangfeng) 9 g.

Shi Gao: One of the principal drugs, being pungent and sweet in flavor and very cold in nature, clearing away accumulated heat in the spleen and stomach.

Zhi Zi: The other principal drug, being bitter in taste and cold in nature, removing heat retained in the spleen and stomach.

Fang Feng: Dispersing pathogenic fLre hidden in the spleen.

Huo Xiang: Being aromatic and promoting functioning of the spleen, assisting Fang Feng in dispersing heat in the spleen and stomach.

Gan Cao: Purging pathogenic rire, regulating the stomach, tempering the actions of all the other ingredients.

Decocted in water for oral dose to be taken twice (Taken originally in the form of powder)

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