Thursday, November 10, 2016

General Health: Duodenitis Treatment In Traditional Chinese medicine perspective

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Duodenitis is defined as a condition of inflammation in the lining of the duodenum,the first section of the small intestine.

      Treatment In Traditional Chinese medicine perspective

According to the article of Herbs and Foods to Help Cure Naturally by NFA clinic of Oriental Medicine, epigastric pain including peptic ulcers is mostly the result of metabolic imbalance among liver, stomach and spleen. The function of one organ is depending on the function of another organs in Oriental medicine. They are understood not only by its function but also by its relationship with others. The article also suggested that Lu Hui, Yi Tang are ideal herbs to treat peptic ulcers
1. Lu Hui (Aloe Vera), the bitter and cold herb has been used in TCM to drain fire and guides out accumulation: for (chronic) constipation, strengthens the Stomach and kills parasites, clears heat and cools the Liver: for epigastric discomfort, enhancinmg the functions of Large Intestine, Liver, Stomach channels. Cautions: due to its cold property, dosage should be made considering the constitution of each patients. Some persons show allergy reaction to aloe vera

2. Yi tang (Honey), the sweet, slightly warm herb has been sued in TCM to tonifie the Spleen, the middle burner Qi (stomach and spleen), alleviate pain, moisten the Lungs and stops cough by enhancing the functions of Lung, Spleen, Stomach channels.

3. Gan Cao (Licorice) the sweet and neutral herb has been used in TCM to tonifie the Spleen, moisten the Lungs, stop coughing, clear heat and relieves fire toxicity, moderates spasms and alleviates pain, by enhancing the functions of all 12 channels(43).

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