Posted by: admin on Apr 30, 2009 - 03:03 AM
Prescription: Ren Shen 10g, Bai Zhu 10g, Fu Ling 10g, toast Gan Cao 10g, Huang Qi 20g, Dan Shen 15g, Dang Gui 10g, Chuan Xiong 10g, raw Di Huang 10g, fry Xiang Fu with vinegar 15g, Wu Yao 15g, Ji Nei Jin 10g, Jiao San Xian 10g, Yuan Zhi 10g, fry Zao Ren 10g, Shi Chang Pu 10g.
Modification: (1) adding Bai Zi Ren, Long Gu, Long Chi, Yi Zhi Ren if there are palpitation, discomposure, frighten, severe palpitation, insomnia, dreaminess. (2) adding Mai Dong, Tian Hua Fen, Mu Dan Pi, Xuan Shen if there are heart yin deficiency with symptoms of dry mouth and eyes, constipation, pharyngitis, spontaneous perspiration, night sweat. (3) adding Gan Jiang, Liang Jiang, Rou Gui, Wu Zhu Yu if there are heart yang deficiency, spleen-stomach deficiency cold, coldness of four limbs, abdominal distention, Diarrhea, stopping using these herbs if the coldness syndromes are disappear, all the herbs should not be taken for long period. (4) adding Tao Ren, Hong Hua, Yan Hu Suo, San Leng, E Zhu if there are qi obstruction, blood stagnation, fullness sensation in chest, chest pain, hypochondirac pain, back pain, dark purple of tongue or petechia. (5) adding Yu Jin, Mu Xiang, Zi Dou Kou, Ding Xiang if there are depression, sentimental, chest and hypochondirac distention pain, irritation, suspicious, movable pain, which belong to liver qi discomfort. (6) adding Jiang Xiang, Xuan Fu Hua, Dai Zhe Shi if there are dizziness, hypertension, hypotension, meniere.
Key words: Chinese medicine, Myocardial Ischemia, clinical research
Writer: Luqi Feng