Sunday, 17 November 2013

Menstrual Disorders - Dysmenorrhea - Damp-Wind 's Tonic Herbs In TCM perspective

Girls in South East Asia have learnt in their early women life from grand mother wisdom, that they do not engage in any activity, distorting their regular period. Menstrual disorder should be treated immediately, otherwise, it may cause wide range of women diseases, such as infertility, according to Traditional Chinese medicine. Damp wind is considered as a condition of excessive fluids accumulated in the body organs and tissues after prolong eating of cool and cold foods or/and engaging in activity that requires to present in the damp cool environment. Under extremed condition, it causes rebellion qi attacking the lower part of the body, including reproductive organ and joints. The belows are some Chinese damp wind tonic herbs.
1. Wei Ling Xian
Wei long xian is also known as clematis recta, it is one of the herb used to strengthen the clematis meridian by expelling the wind-damp due to blockage of the channel caused by prolong period of fluid accumulated in women lower part of the body, thus relieving menstrual cramps and pain

2. Qin Jiao
Qin Jiao is also known as Chinese bitter root or macrophylla root. It is used to strengthen the meridian gallbladder-liver-stomach, by improving the stomach is food digestion and smoothing the qi absorbed by the spleen, thus decreasing the rebellion qi flow of lung and liver causes of menstrual disorder such as menstrual cramps and pain.

3. Du Huo
Du huo also is known as European angelica and garden angelica, it is warm in nature and has been used to smooth the qi flow of kidney-bladder meridian by strengthening and smoothing the kidney qi flow. It also improves the function of kidney in fluid distribution and blood flow to the reproductive organ, thereby lessening the risk of development of damp wind that disturbs the lower part of the women body.

4. Mu Gua
Mu gua is also known as cydonia oblongata, it improves the function of the meridian liver-Spleen, thereby smoothing the qi flow to spleen and liver and liver function in blood formation, resulting in reducing the dis-harmonization of stomach and spleen in food absorption, leading to dampness accumulation and blood stagnation causes of damp wind.

5. Fang Ji
Fang ji is also known as stephania root, it has been used in tradition in treating meridian bladder-spleen-kidney blockage. By smoothing the qi flow of spleen and kidney and increasing the bladder in assisting secretion of urine, the herb decreases the risk of dampness accumulation of fluids in the lower part of the body. It is said that fang qi also helps to expel the wind from the body, thus reducing the damp wind causes of abdominal distention.
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