By C. Song Yu, L. Fei
A scientific instruction manual for practitioners of conventional chinese language drugs (TCM) that gives fast and simple connection with the choice of herbs for therapy and their motion by myself and together. it is a instruction manual from eminent academics from the Nanjing collage of conventional chinese language medication who've among them amassed over 60 years of medical perform and instructing. They emphasise tips to mix herbs and differentiate among unmarried herbs and formulae counting on the therapy method followed. It comprises case histories illustrating how you can adapt formulae in perform.
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Blood circulation and resolve Blood Stasis ■ RHIZOMA LIGUSTICICHUANXIONG AND RADIX SALVIAE MILTIORRHIZAE soothes tment of used for Middle Thoea. It a failure 1 and for cold and loysitum ;ed as a Lnd stops reatment i Yang to so treats to a Cold • Chuan Xiong and Dan Shen Similarities — Both are important herbs to invigorate Blood circulation and resolve Blood Stasis. They relieve pain and regulate menstruation and are thus indicated for various patterns of Blood Stagnation including amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea, palpable masses and cardiac and abdominal pain due to Stagnation of Blood.
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And Both Rhizoma Poison. Cao) clears Fructus Ziziphi Blood. — Mel and Saccharum Granorum both moisten the Lung and stop cough. Mel is more effec Spleen Deficiency and for spontaneous sweating and Fire Jujubae tonifies the Spleen and nourishes prevents miscarriage. It is indicated for retention of and tive in providing moisture; it also moistens Rhizoma the Atractylodis intestines to relieve constipation. Saccharum Granorum is more effective in Macrocephalae dry Dampness and invigo tonifying the Middle Burner and relieving rate the Spleen, but Rhizoma Atractylodis spasm and is thus often used in the treat Macrocephalae ment of abdominal pain due to deficiency of is tonifying Qi and more effective in invigorating the Spleen the Middle Burner.