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INABILITY TO ROTATE THE TRUNK


The following Chinese herbal formula(s) can treat or relief Inability to rotate the trunk:

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to inability to rotate the trunk
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).  
 
Chai Hu Jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang
Bupleurum plus Dragon Bone and Oyster Shell Decoction; Bupleurum D Formula
Unblocks the three Yang stages; Calms the Mind; Sedative.   Problems in all three of the Yang-stages of diseases resulting from an improper use of purgatives which are used before the disease enters the Yang brightness stage. The externally-contracted pathogenic influence takes advantage of the weakness caused by the purgatives and invades the Interior.  Atrioventricular block; Bouts of palpitations; Delirious speech; Epilepsy; Fullness of the chest; Hypertension; Hyperthyroidism; Hysteria; Irritability; Ménière's disease; Neurosis; Schizophrenia; Sensation of extreme heaviness in the body; Constipation; Dysuria; Gastritis; Inability to rotate the trunk; Menopausal disorders; Red tongue, slippery-yellow coating; Rapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian).  
 
Gua Lou Zhi Shi Tang
Trichosanthes Fruit and Immature Bitter Orange Decoction
Transforms Phlegm-Heat in the chest; Clears Phlegm-Heat in the chest; Moistens the Lungs.   Accumulated Phlegm-Heat in the chest.  Asthma; Breathing difficulty; Chest pain; Difficult to expectorate phlegm; Dry cough, especially in the morning; Inability to rotate the trunk; Pain of the diaphragm; Smoker's cough; Slippery-Rapid pulse (Hua Shu).  
 


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