Common Cold - Chinese Medicine

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Common Cold

 

Common Cold - Gan Mao
Gan Mao deals with lung system disorders resembling the common cold which include sudden onset, sore throat, fever, head ache and nasal discharge. Babies can easily have high fevers which will attack the liver causing convulsions and spasms (int. wind). If the heat attacks the spleen they will have vomiting or diarrhea.


Wind Cold - Jing Fang Bai Du San

 

Epidemic influenza - add Da Qing Ye, Pu gong Ying, Ban Lan Gen
Or - Chai Gu Jie Ji Tang


Wind Heat - Yin Qiao San
Complicated - Cold and Heat - Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang


Summer Heat - Xing Jia Xiang Ru Yin


Severe diarrhea (dampness) - Ge Gen Qing Liang Tang


Deficiency - Chronic colds 2x per month for 3 consecutive months! Easily sweat, low or no fever - Gui Zhi Wu Wu Tang


Common Cold Complicated With:
Food Stag. - Bao he Wan
Phlegm - Er Chen Tang (cold) Sang Bai Pi / Hai Ge Qiao (warm)
Prevention: wind cold - Cong Bai, Sheng Jiang, Feng Mi
Wind heat - Ban Lan gen

 

 

 

 

 

 

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