Shi wen

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Shi wen
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2011-05-19 05:54:24
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Shi wen
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  1. Characteristics of Shi Wen (damp-warm diseases)?
    • more prevalent in summer & early autumn
    • attack MJ, Sp & St
    • easily constrain clear Yang & obstruct Qi circulation
    • change slowly & progress prolonged
    • difficult to treat
  2. Contraction of Shi Wen?
    • not seasonal (has to be wet!!)
    • newly contracted
    • more prevalent in late summer & early autumn
  3. Onset of Shi Wen?
    • late summer / early autumn
    • slow
  4. Pathogenic factor of Shi Wen?
    damp-heat
  5. Transmission of Shi Wen?
    • early stage: Wei/Qi level pattern
    • Bai Pei
    • slow & protracted
    • prolonged
    • lingering in Qi level
    • latter stage: may be bloody stools
  6. Treatment of Shi Wen?
    • clear heat, remove dampness
    • distinguish degree of damp & heat
    • exogenous damp: expel through route of entry
    • internal damp: UJ by transformation; MJ by drying; LJ by diuresis
  7. Contraindications at initial stage?
    • NO diaphoresis
    • NO purgation
    • NO nourishing
  8. Wei/Qi combined pattern
    (more damp than heat)
    Huo Po Xia Ling Tang

    • Herbs:
    • Xing Ren
    • Huo Xiang
    • Ban Xia
    • Chi Ling
    • Sheng Yi Ren
    • Kou Ren
    • Zhu Ling
    • Ze Xie
    • Dan Dou Chi
    • Hou Po
  9. Modifications of "more heat than damp" pattern?
    Huo Po Xia Ling Tang ...

    • + Qian Hu, Pi Pa Ye, Je Geng (damp constrained in Lu)
    • + Cang Zhu, Pei Lan (heavy body & limbs)
    • + Ge Gen, Fang Feng (severe aversion to cold, sweating)
  10. Wei/Qi combined pattern
    (more heat than damp)
    San Ren Tang

    • Herbs:
    • Xing Ren
    • Kou Ren
    • Yi Ren,
    • Hou Po
    • Ban Xia
    • Tong Cao
    • Hua Shi
    • Zhu Ye
  11. Modifications of "more heat than damp" pattern?
    San Ren Tang ...

    • + Huang Lian, Huang Qin, Shi Gao (heat toxin)
    • + Cao Kou Ren (severe dampness)
    • + Jing Jie, Fang Feng (persistent dampness)

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