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DISCOMFORT


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to discomfort
Jiang Ya Wan
Decrease Pressure Pill; Lowering [Blood] Pressure Pill
Clears Liver-Heat; Calms Liver-Wind; Hypotensive; Moves Blood.   Hypertension from Heat excess which leads to internal movement of Liver Wind.  Dizziness; General discomfort; High pressure headache; Stiffness of the neck; Paralysis of the face (Wind-stroke); Paralysis of the limbs (Wind-stroke); Poor vision; Red complexion; Rapid-Wiry-Overflowing pulse (Shu Xian Hong).  
 
Zhi Bao Dan
Greatest Treasure Special Pill
Clears Heat and relieves toxicity; Transforms Phlegm; Opens the orifices.   Closed disorder from Phlegm-Heat usually associated with Summer-Heat stroke, Wind-stroke, or the advanced stage of a warm-febrile disease when Heat sinks into the Pericardium and turbid Phlegm veils the orifices of the Heart. Originally, this formula was also used for foulness-stroke (Zhong E), which is sudden collapse, discomfort with pain of the abdomen following an exposure to extremely noxious and foul odors, such as those emanating from rotten food or dead bodies.  Acute encephalitis; Acute meningitis; Altered consciousness; Breathing difficulty due to profuse Phlegm; Cerebrovascular accident; Coma; Delirious speech; Epilepsy; Hepatic coma; High fever; Convulsion; Spasms; Scarlet red tongue with a Greasy-Dirty-Yellow coating; Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu).  
 
Zhi Bao Dan
Greatest Treasure Special Pill
Clears Heat and relieves toxicity; Transforms Phlegm; Opens the orifices.   Closed disorder from Phlegm-Heat usually associated with Summer-Heat stroke, Wind-stroke, or the advanced stage of a warm-febrile disease when Heat sinks into the Pericardium and turbid Phlegm veils the orifices of the Heart. Originally, this formula was also used for foulness-stroke (Zhong E), which is sudden collapse, discomfort with pain of the abdomen following an exposure to extremely noxious and foul odors, such as those emanating from rotten food or dead bodies.  Acute encephalitis; Acute meningitis; Altered consciousness; Breathing difficulty due to profuse Phlegm; Cerebrovascular accident; Coma; Delirious speech; Epilepsy; Hepatic coma; High fever; Convulsion; Spasms; Scarlet red tongue with a Greasy-Dirty-Yellow coating; Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu).  
 

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