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DEVIATION OF THE MOUTH

Possible synonyms
Deviated mouth
Mouth deviation


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Deviation of the mouth:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to deviation of the mouth
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).  
 
Qian Zheng San
Lead the Symmetry Powder
Treats spasms; Eliminates Wind; Transforms Phlegm.   Sudden paralysis of the face (sequelae of channel-stroke with symptoms confined to the head and face, a condition which occurs when deficient Normal Qi and unstable Defensive Qi allow pathogenic Wind to invade the channels and collaterals).  Pain of the face; Peripheral neuritis; Sequelae of cerebrovascular accident; Trigeminal neuralgia; Deviation of the eyes; Deviation of the mouth; Deviation of the tongue; Paralysis of the face; Tongue with a white-greasy coating; Slippery-Wiry pulse (Hua Xian).  
 
Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang
Tonify the Yang to Restore Five [Tenths] Decoction; Astragalus and Peony Decoction
Tonifies Qi; Moves Blood; Promotes circulation in the channels.   Deficiency of the normal and Yang Qi together with Blood stasis obstructing the channels.  Acute myelitis; Aphasia; Deviation of the eyes; Deviation of the mouth; Frequent urination; Hemiplegia; Paralysis of the face; Ptyalism; Sciatica; Sequelae of cerebrovascular accident; Sequelae of poliomyelitis; Sequelae of Wind-stroke; Thromboangiitis obliterans; Urinary incontinence; Atrophy of the lower limbs; Dry stools; Pale tongue, white coating; Weak pulse (Ruo).  
 

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