About Coptis Purge Fire
Coptis Purge Fire also is known as Long Dan Xie Gan Tang purges fire and toxins and dries dampness. Treats a variety of conditions including intense inflammation, hives, sore throat, strep throat, eye and ear infection, nasal and sinus infection, tooth abscess, herpes outbreaks, oral ulcers, and mouth ulcers. It is also used for Liver Fire patterns including eczema, red eyes, and migraines. Good for hot flashes as well.
- Low-grade fever
- Sinus congestion
- Tidal Fevers
- Supports normal eye functions
- Hot Flashes
- Sore throat
- Purge fire and toxins
- Dry dampness
How Coptis Purge Fire Works
Coptis Purge Fire is intended to address intense, localized, excess inflammations in individuals with strong constitutions. Coptis Purge Fire can be used for localized inflammations, skin eruptions, and chronic Liver Fire conditions.
Coptis Purge Fire is a combination of traditional formulas:
These, along with forsythia (lian qiao), lophatherum (dan zhu ye), phellodendron (huang bai), anemarrhena (zhi mu), gardenia (zhi zi) and sophora (ku shen) have strong anti-bacterial and in some cases, anti-viral effects.
Bupleurum (chai hu) invigorates liver qi and is used for prolonged infections.
Tang kuei (dang gui) invigorates the blood and alleviates pain.
Plantago seed (che qian zi) and alisma (ze xie) facilitate the body's removal of toxins. Inflammations of the excess type tend to produce relatively large amounts of fluids which may appear as discharge or pus.
Coptis Purge Fire contains sophora (ku shen) and akebia which clear heat and dry dampness.
3 capsules, three times a day, between meals.
In acute conditions you may use 3 capsules 4 to 6 times per day
Contains 90 capsules (750 mg) which is a 10 day supply
Coptis rhizome (huang lian), Lophatherum herb (dan zhu ye), Bupleurum root (chai hu), Rehmannia (raw) root (sheng di huang), Tang Kuei root (dang gui), White Peony root (bai shao), Akebia Trifoliata caulis (mu tong), Anemarrhena root (zhi mu), Phellodendron cortex (huang bai), Gentiana root (long dan cao), Alisma rhizome (ze xie), Plantago seed (che qian zi), Scute root (huang qin), Sophora root (ku shen), Forsythia fruit (lian qiao), Gardenia fruit (zhi zi), Licorice root (gan cao)
- Contraindications: Strong cooling formula
- Reduce Serving Size or discontinue if diarrhea occurs
About the Manufacturer
Health Concerns was founded by TCM practitioner and scholar Dr. Andrew Gaeddert with a vision to combine the best of traditional herbal knowledge with modern nutritional research. Keeping the needs of the modern patient in mind, classic Chinese formulas have been adapted for greater potency and convenience.