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Herbal medicine (Gan Mai Da Zao decoction) for depression: a systematic review protocol
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    Re: Herbal medicine (Gan Mai Da Zao decoction) for depression: a systematic review protocol

    This is a very interesting research proposal to evaluate a formula originated from Chinese traditional medicine, Gan Mai Da Zao (GMDZ) decoction. The protocol for a systematic review is generally well written; however, there are several points that need to be addressed from the standpoint of Japanese traditional Kampo medicine, which incorporated the Gan Mai Da Zao decoction as kambakutaisoto.

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