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APHASIA

Possible synonyms
Disturbance of verbal message
Disturbance of verbal comprehension
Aphasic disorder
Dysphasia
Language disorder
Loss of language
Inability to speak
Language dysfunction
Apraxia of speech


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Aphasia:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to aphasia
Xiao Xu Ming Tang
Minor Prolong Life Decoction; Mahuang and Peony Decoction
Warms the channels; Disperses Wind; Releases Yang; Supports the Qi.   Wind-stroke (Zhong Feng) due to invasion of Wind. When the Protective Qi is weak and the interstices and pores are left open, external Wind readily invades the body. When the channels are weak, the Normal Qi will also be weak and cannot prevent the pathogenic influences from invading the channels.  Aphasia; Arthritis; Cerebrovascular accident; Chills; Facial asymmetry; Fever; Hemiplegia; Paralysis of the face; Sequelae of cerebrovascular accident; Loss of consciousness; Urticaria; Pale tongue, thin-white coating; Floating-Empty pulse (Fu Xu).  
 
Xu Ming Tang
Prolong Life Decoction; Mahuang and Ginseng Decoction
Disperses Wind; Clears Heat; Supports the Qi.   External Wind invading the channels with Qi and Blood Deficiency, or internal movement of Liver Wind with the production of Heat.  Amnesia or mental disorders (the patient is unable to recognize friends or identify the source of pain); Aphasia; Flaccid hemiplegia; Dry stools; Slight fever; Stiffness; Stiffness (inability to rotate the trunk); Tongue with thin-yellow or greasy-yellow coating; Forceful-Wiry pulse (You Li Xian); Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu).  
 
Da Qin Jiao Tang
Major Gentiana Qinjiao Decoction; Great Gentiana macrophylla Decoction; Major Chin-chiu Decoction
Disperses Wind; Clears Heat; Nourishes Blood; Moves Blood.   Early and middle stages of Wind-stroke (Zhong Feng) in the channels. This arises when Wind invades a person with Deficiency of the channels. Paralysis or paresis of different parts of the body.  Aphasia; Deviation of the mouth; Lack of sensation and numbness of hands and feet; Revulsed eyes; Chills; Fever; Joint pain; Muscle spasms; Walking difficulty; Tongue with yellow or white coating; Fine-Floating-Wiry pulse (Xi Fu Xian); Floating-Tight-Wiry pulse (Fu Jin Xian).  
 

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