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STERTOROUS BREATHING


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

Chinese Formula Actions Indications Symptoms related to stertorous breathing
Chen Xiang Tian Ma Tang
Aquilaria and Gastrodia Decoction
Calms Liver-Wind; Transforms Phlegm.   Epilepsy due to Liver-Wind or Phlegm-Wind (in children with a constitutional weakness, in particular).  Back stiffness; Convulsion; Foamy saliva; Revulsed eyes; Stertorous breathing; Stiff jaw; Stiffness of the neck; Hysteria (weak women with excess emotionality, and repeated palpitations and bleeding); Paralysis of the face.  
 
Kong Xian Dan
Control Mucus Special Pill
Purges congested fluids; Eliminates Phlegm.   Phlegm lurking above and below the diaphragm that obstructs the Qi mechanism.  Cough with sticky-thick sputum; Piercing pain in the neck; Ptyalism; Severe pain in the lower back; Sudden, piercing pain in the chest; Tension of the muscles that evolves into a burning, piercing pain; Cold extremities; Drowsiness; Lethargy; Pain of the extremities; Poor appetite; Reduced thirst; Severe, unremitting headache; Stertorous breathing, at night; Tongue with a sticky-greasy coating; Slippery-Wiry pulse (Hua Xian).  
 
Hou Zao San
Monkey Gallstone Powder
Transforms Phlegm-Heat; Clears Heat; Calms Liver-Fire and Liver-Wind; Opens the orifices.   Childhood illness due to Phlegm, Heat or Liver-Wind.  Convulsion; Diarrhea; Gastralgia; Infantile epilepsy; Night crying; Phlegm; Productive cough; Restlessness; Scream; Stertorous breathing; Sudden fever; Vomiting; Index capillaries are reddish (phalange, phalangine); Red complexion.  
 

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