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  1. Clears Heat, cools the Blood, nourishes Yin and generates fluids. With Xuan Shen , and Mai Men Dong , for dry throat, irritability, a red tongue and a fast thready pulse due to Devastated Yin with Blazing Fire, excessive thirst, irritability, and a scarlet tongue due to Ying Stage Heat, swelling of the throat and lymph nodes and constipation ...

  2. Nourishes Yin and nourishes the Kidneys. With Mai Men Dong, for dry cough, thirst, and other symptoms due to Yin Deficiency and injured fluids. Rx. Ophiopogonis : Mai Men Dong : 6-15g: Moistens the Lung, nourishes Stomach Yin, generates fluids, clears the Heart, eliminates irritability and moistens Intestines. Bombyx Batryticatus: Bai Jiang Can ...

  3. Objective To observe the effect of yang-xue-run-fu-yin and vein block therapy in treatment of elderly pruritus.Methods 150 cases were divided randomly into treatment group and control group, in 75 cases. The teatment group was treated with oral yang-xue-run-fu-yin with vein block therapy .The control group was treated with oral cinnarizine ,vitamine C and compund salvia miltiorrhiza ...

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  6. Nov 19, 2020 · If Yin and Yang are two theoretical poles of existence in TCM theory, Blood and Qi are the life between them. We can’t see Yin or Yang, but we know what blood is, and we can see life in people. Blood and Qi are words used technically and they describe rather more than just the red stuff in our veins, and the party spirit at Christmas.

  7. More than four hundred acupuncture points have been described, with the majority located on one of the main meridians, pathways which run throughout the body and according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) transport life energy (qi, 氣). TCM recognizes twenty meridians, cutaneous and subcutaneous in nature, which have branching sub ...

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