Linking Formula (Yi Guan Jian)

Rehmanniae Radix (Rehmannia, unprocessed / Sheng Di Huang) 26%
Lycii Fructus (Lycium Fruit, Chinese Wolfberry / Gou Qi Zi) 14%
Glehniae Radix (Glehnia Root / Bei Sha Shen) 14%
Ophiopogonis Radix (Ophiopogon Tuber / Mai Men Dong) 14%
Angelicae Sinensis Radix (Dong Quai Root, Tang Kuei / Dang Gui) 12%
Toosendan Fructus (Melia Fruit / Chuan Lian Zi) 10%
Paeoniae Radix, alba (Chinese Peony, white / Bai Shao) 5%
Glycyrrhizae Radix (Chinese Licorice Root / Gan Cao) 5%

Chinese Medical Actions
Nourishes liver and kidney yin, supplements liver blood, clears heat and gently spreads liver qi.

Abdominal distention or pain
Acid regurgitation
Bitter taste in mouth
Chemo or radiation, side effects
Cirrhosis, liver
Epigastric pain
Flank pain
Gastritis, chronic
Hepatitis, chronic
Hypochondriac pain
Hot flashes
Hypertension, essential or gestational
Intercostal neuralgia
Mouth, dry
Nervous exhaustion
Orchitis, chronic
Palms and soles, hot
Restless leg syndrome
Throat, dry
Ulcer stomach and duodenal
Vomiting of sour fluid

Tongue: Red, with dry or scanty coat.
Pulse: Thin, weak or wiry, may be rapid.

Contraindications: Do not use with pain due to dampness or phlegm