Sunday, August 28, 2016

Women Health: Menstrual Disorders - Menorrhagia In Traditional Chinese medicine Perspective - The Treatments - with ChineseHerbal Formula

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Menorrhagia is defined as a condition of excessive bleeding in the menstruation phase of the menstrual cycle in the reproductive age of a woman leading to heavy blood loss that can interfere with the woman normal activities, as a result of disruption of normal hormonal regulation of periods or disorders of certain reproductive organs.
In traditional Chinese medicine, menorrhagia can be caused by combination of Spleen qi deficiency, liver blood deficiency, damp accumulation and treatments include Tonify spleen qi, nourish blood, resolve dampness.
Please note that in TCM, same disease may be treated with different formula and difference diseases may be treated with the same formula depending to the differentiation.

           The Treatments -  with Chinese Herbal Formula 

Gui Pi Tang Modified, the medication has been used to treat menorrhagia by tonifying qi and blood, the spleen, nourishing the heart and calming the mind. Ingredients include
1. Huang Qi (astragalus root)
Main uses; Tonifies Qi, Raises Yang, Strengthens the Defensive-Qi, Expels toxins, resolve dampness.
2. Dang Shen (Red Sage Root)
Main uses; Moves Blood, Eliminates Blood accumulation, Cools Blood, Nourishes Blood, Tonifies Qi.
3. Bai Zhu (Largehead Atractylodes Rhizome)
Main uses; Tonifies Qii, Strengthens the Spleen, Dries Dampness, Stops Sweating.
4. Mu Xiang (costus root)
Main uses: Tomifies Qi, Alleviate Pain, Regulates Stagnated Qi in intestines, Clears Damp Heat.
5. Yuan Zhi (Thinleaf Milkwort Root)
Main uses; Calms the Heart and Mind; Transforms Phlegm, Resolves oedema.
6. Suan Zao Ren (Spina Date Seed)
Main uses; Stops sweating, Nourishes the Heart, Calms the Mind.
7. Long Yan Rou (Longan Aril)
Main uses; Tonifies Heart and Spleen, Benefits Qi and Blood.
8. Fu Ling (Indian Bread)
main uses; Drain Dampness, Strengthens the Spleen
9. Gou Qi Zi (Wolfberry Fruit)
Main uses; Nourishes Liver and Kidneys, Tonifies Liver and Kidneys, Improves vision, Moistens the Lung.
10. Dang Gui (Angelica Root)
Main uses; Tonifies Blood, Moves Blood, Relieves pain.
11. He Shou Wu (Tuber Fleeceflower Root)
Main uses; Tonifies the Jing and Blood, Benefits the Jing and Blood.
12. Sheng Jiang
Main use; Regulates the Spleen, Moves Water, Warm the Middle burner.
13. Da Zao (Jujube Dates)
Main uses; Tonifies the Middle burner, Strengthens Qi, Nourishes Blood.
14. Gan Cao (Licorice Root)
Main uses; Tonifies the Spleen, Benefits Qi; Moistens the Lung.

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