By Gunter R. Neeb
BLOOD STASIS: CHINA'S CLASSICAL inspiration IN glossy drugs covers the realm of blood stasis in conventional chinese language medication, drawing from a major diversity of unique chinese language fabric. The e-book discusses many Western ailments together with diabetes, gynecological problems, stroke, tumors, myocardial infarction, and the interplay of those with different pathological elements. The publication additionally presents either classical and smooth differentiations and coverings, together with either herbs and acupuncture in all different types with applicable case histories.Thoroughly examines the strategies and techniques of blood stasis in conventional chinese language Medicine.Draws on unique translations from chinese language resources starting from the classical period via sleek times.Describes, in complete, the old viewpoint of chinese language Medicine's presentation of blood stasis idea and likewise contains glossy study for a balanced view of the effectiveness of blood stasis.Highlights contemporary designated research of blood stasis and herbs.Incorporates real-life situations helped via blood stasis treatment.
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Cortex En. = Endothelium Ex. = Excrementum Fl. = Flos Fo. = Folium Fr. = Fructus Hb. = Herba Md. = Medulla Pc. = Pericarpium Ps. = Periostracum Rl. = Ramulus Rx. = Radix Rm. = Ramus Rh. = Rhizoma Se. = Semen Su. = Succus Tu. qxd 26/8/06 6:31 PM Page 25 Aetiology of Blood stasis in Chinese medicine 1. 1 Ischemic heart disease, sick sinus syndrome If Qi is blocked, Blood will also stagnate, so Blood stasis with Bi syndromes will gradually develop; if this is allowed to continue further, abdominal masses will also develop.
Those affected may sometimes feel heat or heat sensations alternating with cold in locations like the palms of the hands and feet, the chest, abdomen and genitals. Pain The typical Blood stasis pain is stabbing and always in a ﬁxed location that is also sensitive to pressure. It is often described as stabbing like a needle or knife and cannot be removed easily or quickly. Sensory irritations This is sometimes described as itchiness under the skin that does not abate when scratching, or a prickling sensation as if bitten by ants.
Blood stasis due to blood loss: Blood and Yin deﬁciency 32 8. Dryness of Blood in connection with Blood stasis 33 9. Phlegm combining with Blood stasis 35 10. Exhaustion causing Blood stasis 36 Summary 36 The Chinese term ‘Xue’, translated here as Blood, has a much broader meaning in China. Blood is derived from the puriﬁed essence of food, which after distillation in the Spleen functional entity1 is sent upwards to the Lung. The Qi gained from air directs it to the Heart. Here, under the inﬂuence of Kidney-Qi and Yuan-Qi (Original Qi), it is turned into red Blood.