St. John’s Wort concentrate (tian ji huang); Treated arisaema rhizome (dan nan xing); treated tryphonium rhizome (zhi bai fu zi); uncaria stem (gou teng); schisandra fruit (wu wei zi); antelope horn (ling yang jiao); dragon bone (long gu); acorus rhizome (shi chang pu); polygala root (yuan zhi); albizzia bark (he huan pi); dry fried jujube seed (suan zao ren chao); polygonum stem (ye jiao teng); treated pinellia rhizome (fa ban xia); fritillary bulb (chuan bei mu); white peony root (bai shao yao); white chrysanthemum flower (bai ju hua); gardenia bud (zhi zi); bupleurum root (chai hu); peucedanum root (qian hu); peucedanum root (qian hu); unripe aurantium fruit (zhi shi); ligusticum root (chuan xiong); lily bulb (bai he); ophiopogon root (mai men dong); amber (hu po).
The therapeutic principles in this prescription include quieting and mooring the mind (Shen), transforming Phlegm, clearing Heat, extinguishing
Wind, countering spasms, repressing Yang, eliminating Toxins, and replenishing Yin (Blood and Moisture). In a broader context, the herbs harmonize the faculties of consciousness.
Dependency upon and/or the desire to discontinue the use of prescription and non-prescription anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, soporific (sleep inducing), tranquilizing, stimulant, and other psychotropic agents. Mental and emotional distress associated with drug withdrawal.Anxiety, depression, confusion, poor memory and concentration, restlessness, tension, sleep and sleep cycle disturbances. Numbness, tingling, parasthesias. Loss of coordination or dexterity in speech, posture and locomotion dizziness and vertigo. Sudden aberrations of the senses.
Seizures, Stupor, Sudden amnesia, Frenzied, hostile, bizarre or demented behavior. Stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA). Concussion. Do not take in conjunction with prescribed tricyclics, monoamine oxidase inhibitors or selective seratonin re-uptake inhibitors.