By Yang Xinrong, F. Bingyi, Chen Anmin, Ma Yingfu, S. Fang, Q. Jinlin, Gao Yuan, L. Quan, Gao Zhemin, W. Shuqian, H. Werner, C. Yinfu, Z. Xinsheng
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Berberidaceae) . Effect. Removing heat, relieving dampness, purging sthenic fire and detoxicating, lower blood pressure. Indication. Acute enteritis, dysentery, jaundice, scrofula, pneumonia, conjunctivitis, boils, metrorrhagia, metrostaxis, hypertension, leukopenia etc. Beriberi Symptoms. Myosthenia of lower limbs, difficulty in walking. Pathogenesis. Invasion of wind-wet, or impairment caused by a rich, fatty diet, leading to an accumulation of dampness and producing heat, the damp-heat flowing downward to the lower limbs.
Therapeutic Principle. Promoting the dispersing function of the lung, relieving asthma, and relieving exterior syndrome. Asthma with Phlegm A kind of phlegm syndrome, usually seen in dyspnea of deficiency type and excess type. Therapeutic Principle. Dispelling sputum and relieving asthma. Asthma with Wheezing Symptoms. Shortness of breath, wheezing in the throat, choking in the chest, cough with phlegm. Pathogenesis. Retention of phlegm in the lung with the affection by exopathogen, the impairment by diet, emotion and overstrain.
Therapeutic Principle. Promote blood circulation, clearing and activating the meridians and collaterals. Apoplexy due to Reversed FlowofQi Apoplexy Involving Meridians A type of apoplexy due to exogenous wind and Collaterals evil. Symptoms. Sudden fainting, unconsciousness, lockjaw, convulsion of the hands and feet, cold feeling throughout the body, absence or less saliva in the mouth etc. Pathogenesis. Stagnation of the seven emotions (joy, anger, melancholy, anxiety, sorrow, fear and fright), and up-rising qi.
Encyclopedic Reference of Traditional Chinese Medicine by Yang Xinrong, F. Bingyi, Chen Anmin, Ma Yingfu, S. Fang, Q. Jinlin, Gao Yuan, L. Quan, Gao Zhemin, W. Shuqian, H. Werner, C. Yinfu, Z. Xinsheng