Kidney Qi Vacuity Shen QiXu

This condition is a mild precursor of kidney yang vacuity. Fatigue, easily tired, lethargy, depression, gloomy mood, fears, feeling of weakness with pain in the lumbar region, incontinence, enuresis (bedwett-ing), reduced libido, frigidity, premature ejaculation. General sensitivity to cold, weakness, lethargy, very susceptible to illnesses sensation of cold and weakness in lower back as well as in knees, coupled with lower back and knee pain. Gloomy mood, depression, withdrawal, fearfulness,...

Blood Vacuity and Dryness

Dry, dull skin with heavy scaling, possibly occasional itching (due to internal liver wind), pale lips, dizziness, forgetfulness, depression, amenorrhea, chronic symptoms. Tongue Pale, pink, small Pulse Thin, deep Vacuity of body fluids, for example from enduring heat, inappropriate diet, or wind-dryness, weakens the blood and leads to blood vacuity. Supplement blood Moisten dryness Calm liver wind LR-3 SP-6 SP-10 ST-36 KI-6 GV-14 Blood heat cool, cold Blood vacuity neutral, cool, a little warm...

Yang Repletion Excess Conditions

Yang repletion displays different levels of intensity and is a commonly found pattern of disharmony in medical practice. It is important to differentiate real yang repletion from pseudo-yang repletion or empty heat. Real yang repletion is a short-term surplus of yang. Pseudo-yang repletion is the appearance of yang repletion symptoms caused by the absence of yin, which can lead to an increased appearance of yang character. Draining yang can initially alleviate both patterns. If the cause is...

Damp Heat in Bladder

Frequent desire to urinate with burning sensation during urination dark yellow, cloudy urine hematuria (blood in urine), fever, thirst. Tongue Red thick, yellow, and sticky fur Pulse Fast, sliding Exposure to external damp-heat or damp-cold that turns into heat, heavy emotional burden, weakened resistance. In combination with conventional, allopathic medicine Foods with warm and hot thermal nature (acrid spices, alcoholic beverages), foods that produce dampness and heat (excess sweets, fatty,...

Liver Yin Vacuity and Blood Vacuity

Hypertension, dizziness mild, but persistent , tinnitus, numbness in extremities, heat sensation on palms and soles of feet, insomnia, blurred vision, dry eyes, amenorrhea, scant menstruation, muscle weakness, dry, brittle nails. Tongue Reddish light yellowish fur Pulse Fast, thin Often appears in people of advanced age in combination with kidney yin vacuity, too little sleep at night, overwork, strong emotional burden, inappropriate diet e.g., excess alcohol, overly acrid foods . Thermally hot...

Kidney Yang Vacuity

Kidney yang vacuity extinguishes kidney fire ming men life gate fire . TCM believes that the essence jing should be conserved and treated with care. Conservation of the seminal fluid jing is viewed as health-preserving and life-prolonging. Unnecessary loss of semen and sexual dissipation weaken kidney yang and kidney yin. Erectile dysfunction no erection, or erections that last only a few seconds , spermatorrhea, frequent micturition, general exhaustion, back and knee pain, tinnitus, dizziness,...

Kidney Yin Vacuity Shen Yin Xu

Kidney yin vacuity, as a deep disturbance of the kidney network, is associated with essence vacuity jing vacuity , since essence is part of the kidney yin. Kidney yin vacuity causes fluid deficiency. Effulgent yin vacuity fire yin xu huo wang, or internally developed heat can form in the body, which further depletes yin fluids symptoms include agitation, redness of the cheeks, dry mouth, and sore throat . One important symptom of yin vacuity with vacuity heat is night sweating, also known in...

Liver Blood Vacuity Gan Xue Xu

This symptom usually appears in combination with liver yin vacuity. Anemia, neuroses, menstrual disorders such as dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea. Vertigo dizziness , blurred vision, dry eyes, dull complexion, pronounced paleness, night blindness, general weakness, numbness of extremities, tremors, cramps, menstrual disorders such as amenorrhea, insomnia. Diet An excess of overly spicy and warming foods weaken body yin. Foods that are too cold reduce spleen qi and inhibit the formation of blood....

Ascendant Liver Yang Can Yang Shang Kang

Cephalgia headaches , hypertension high blood pressure , migraine, vertigo, conjunctivitis, glaucoma, M ni re disease auditory vertigo , tinnitus. Irritability, loss of temper, temporal headaches, feelings of pressure behind the eyes, vertigo dizziness , tinnitus, hearing loss, sleep disorders, dry mouth. Tongue Red, especially at the edges Pulse Stringlike, tight Radish, Chinese leek garlic chives , celery, brown seaweed Highly warming foods such as alcohol and acrid spices, as well as cooking...

Blood Vacuity Xue Xu

Blood vacuity is an important syndrome in Chinese pathophysiology and is very commonly found in practice. Blood vacuity is often at the root of many gynecological disorders. Men have more qi in their blood and thus tend to suffer more from qi problems. General Pale skin, pale lips, sensation of dizziness inside head, dull complexion, numbness, fatigue, dry hair and skin. Liver blood vacu- Blurred vision, sleep disorders, ity gan xue xu dry and brittle nails, muscle weakness, muscle cramps,...