Treatment of Different Diseases: Liusha Liujun and Weak Spleen

Treatment of Different Diseases: Liusha Liujun and Weak Spleen

Aiming at the “spleen and stomach qi deficiency, weak transporting ability” evidence, traditional Chinese medicine has the “Sijunzi Decoction” as a basic formula for supplementing qi.

  Xiao Zhao, Xiao Qian, Xiao Sun, and Xiao Li are good friends. They suffer from different diseases and go to different clinics of traditional Chinese medicine.

On this day, four people happened to be together, and when talking about the doctor’s treatment of their disease, they found that the prescriptions of the four people were almost the same!

They are puzzled. Can they say that completely different diseases can be treated with basically the same prescription?

So came to consult Dr. Xia.

  The deciduous grandson summarized the illness and treatment of four people, and made a replacement: “Xiao Zhao suffered from chronic superficial gastritis, and the doctor gave Xiangsha Liujun Pills with monkey mushroom tablets;Xiaoqian suffers from chronic persistent hepatitis. Currently, his condition is stable. The doctor also gave Xiangsha Liujun Pills; plus Xiaoyao Pills; I was diagnosed with neurasthenia due to long-term insomnia. The prescription is Xiangsha Liujun Pills, plusThe spleen pill; Xiaoli had many menstrual periods, the cycle was advanced, and the duration was long. She was diagnosed with functional uterine bleeding. I saw her prescription of the medicine, and basically she was still being tailored by Buzhong Yiqi Pill and Xiangsha Liujun Pill.

How is this going?

Can you tell me the principle of using Xiangsha Liujun?

Dr. Xia was pleased to see their attitude of serious inquiry.

So, they checked their tongues separately, and after asking about some conditions, they explained to them in detail: The prescription of TCM does not entirely depend on the names of western medicine, such as gastritis, hepatitis, neurasthenia, dysfunction, etc., and evenThe prescription is based on the functional state of the patient’s body at the time.

Although the names of the four of you are different, the whole body is weak, with less gas, lazy words, less food and stools, weak limbs, weak tongue, soft pulse and so on.Signs.

This “spleen-stomach qi deficiency and weak transport ability” is the “functional state” of your body in real time, and Chinese medicine also calls this state “the card”.

The so-called “differentiation and treatment” of TCM is what distinguishes it.

  Aiming at the “spleen and stomach qi deficiency, weak transporting ability” evidence, traditional Chinese medicine has the “Sijunzi Decoction” as a basic formula for supplementing qi.
The four gentlemen’s decoctions consist of ginseng, atractylodes, Poria, and licorice. They all have the function of nourishing qi and strengthening the spleen, so they are called “four gentlemen”.

Later generations, on top of the four gentlemen, added Chenpi, a pinellia known as “six gentleman soup”, which specializes in spleen and stomach qi, so as to make the qi and spleen stronger.

Some people are on top of the Six Gentleman, and then add the aromatic aroma management upstream, the woody aroma of the three burnt atmosphere, the Amomum, the name “Xiangsha Liujunzi Decoction”, to build the spleen and stomach transport function even better.

Until now, due to its proper compatibility and outstanding efficacy, it has become an agreed prescription, namely the current proprietary Chinese medicine-Xiangsha Liujun Pill.

  Although the specific symptoms and details of the four of you are different, they are similar in the overall functional state of the body, so they can be based on Xiangsha Liujun and cooperate with other prescriptions.

  However, don’t think that the four people’s treatment of the same disease is just a coincidence and accidental situation.

In fact, some Chinese medicine’s “spleen deficiency and weak health” function can appear in people suffering from various diseases.

It can appear not only in people diagnosed by Western medicine as “prostate disease”, but also in people diagnosed by Western medicine as “heart disease”, “pulmonary disease”, “nephropathy”, “hepatobiliary disease”, more commonly seen inWestern medicine diagnoses it as “normal” but in a sub-healthy general population.

All in all, for the Chinese medicine, mastering the principle of syndrome differentiation and treatment, that is, by grasping the fundamentals, we can treat different diseases with the same effect, and have curative effects.