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CVA

Possible synonyms
Cerebrovascular accident
Cerebrovascular stroke
Cerebral vascular accident
Cerebral vascular stroke
Stroke
Apoplexy
Wind-stroke


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to cva
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).  
 
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).  
 
Ling Jiao Gou Teng Tang
Antelope Horn and Uncaria Decoction; Cornu Antelopis-Uncaria Decoction
Calms Wind; Cools the Liver; Promotes generation of Body Fluids; Soothes the muscles.   Heat excess in the Liver channel stirring up internal movement of Wind. Liver-Yang rising.  Cerebrovascular accident; Convulsion; Dizziness; Encephalitis; Essential hypertension; High fever; Irritability; Meningitis; Persistent fever; Puerperal eclampsia; Restlessness; Spasms of the extremities; Tic; Altered consciousness; Loss of consciousness; Restless legs; Scarlet red, dry tongue with red-tipped spots; Rapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian).  
 

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