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Removing Five Sorts of Waste from your Body (1)

1. Stagnated Qi

Disordered activity of qi in ascending, descending, exiting and entering may cause various pathological changes such as stagnation of qi, reversed flow of qi, sinking of qi, blockage of qi and collapse of qi. Qi stagnation is a pathological change characterized by impeded circulation of qi that leads to a local obstruction, manifested as distention or pain in the affected part of body, thoracic, hypochondriac, epigastric and abdominal distention or pain.

Chinese way against qi stagnation: adjust qi and relieve stagnation and pain.

Typical formulas regulating qi: yueju wan, muxiang shunqi wan, xiangsha liu jun wan, chaihu shugan san, xiaoyao san.

Xiao Yao Wan

 disperse liver qi, relieve stagnation, strengthen the spleen, and replenish blood to relieve hypochondriac pain, headache, vertigo, dryness in the mouth and throat, mental fatigue, poor appetite, irregular menstruation and distension of the breast. Read more......

Chai hu shu gan wan

 adjust qi, disperse liver qi and relieve stagnation and obstruction for hypochondriac pain, poor appetite, abdominal distension and relapses of chill and fever due to stagnation of liver qi. Read more......

Xiang sha liu jun wan

For pattern of spleen deficiency and qi stagnation manifested as indigestion, reduced food intake with belching, distension and fullness in the epigastrium and abdomen, and sloppy diarrhea. It can be used to relieve spasms, prevent peptic ulcers, dilate the bronchus, and produce antitussive and expectorant effects. Read more......

Shun qi wan

  for stuffiness and oppression in the chest and diaphragm, distending pain in the epigastrium and abdomen, vomiting and nausea, belching and torpid intake caused by damp turbidity stagnation in the middle energizer and spleen-stomach disharmony. Read more......

Hua qi wan

 for qi stagnation of liver and stomach, distension and fullness in the epigastrium and abdomen, poor appetite, belching and acid regurgitation. Read more......

2. Stagnant Blood

 

3. Food stagnation

 

4. Edema, fluid exudate, watery distension

 

5. Retention of phlegm and turbidity