Saturday, 30 November 2013

Neuralgia Treatments In Traditional Chinese medicine perspective

Neuralgia is defined as a condition of a sudden and heavy attacks of pain that follows the path of a nerve or nerves as a result of a change in neurological structure or function due to irritation or damage to the nerves without stimulating pain receptor (nociceptor) cells. the disease affects about 2%–3% of the population.
In traditional Chinese medicine perspective 
The aim of traditional Chinese medicine is to improve all sysmptoms, prevent and treat later complications, correct imbalance, adjust the immune system and most importantly to boost energy and strong body for better health and quality of life. Hsin Kuang herbal store and clinic(77)
recommend a herbal combination o treat Intercostal neuralgia consisting of the following herbs and possibly others. Please consult with you TCM practinioner before using the formula, Kyle J. Norton notes
1. Fructus Meliae Toosendan 
 Bitter, Cold, Slightly Toxic  
2. Semen Sinapis Albae 
Acrid in flavor and warm  
3. Radix Clematidis
Pungent and salty in taste, warm in nature, and distributed to the Urinary Bladder Channel.  
4. Rhizoma Corydalis   
Pungent and bitter in taste and warm in nature, it is therapeutically related to the Channels of the Liver and Spleen.  
5. Radix Angelicae Sinensis   
The sweet and pungent in taste, warm in nature and therapeutically related to the channels of the Liver, Heart and Spleen.
6. Pollen Typhae  
Sweet; neutral  
7. Rhizoma Ligustici Chuanxiong 
 Pungent; warm  
8. Fructus Gardeniae     
Bitter to the taste, cold in nature, and distributed to the Heart, Lung and Tri-Jiao Channels.  
9. Radix Paeoniae Alba 
Bitter and sour in taste and slightly cold in nature, and is distributed to the Liver and Spleen Channels.  
For more information of the above Chinese herbs used to treat Neuralgia, please visit (77) 

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