Cool theory, but most acupuncturists don’t take it that seriously when treating patients. The idea is that qi moving will just rid of phlegm right?
Sure, if you like going on “healing journeys” with patients where nothing significant happens.
Reputation matters, especially when the locals are likely to sacrifice you to Jesus Christ to make it rain on the crops. (Pictured above, the United States of America 2036)
Clinical Shortcut: Your acupuncture textbook doesn’t say to use ST40 for peripheral pain, but it will sometimes say “Paralysis or weakness of the lower extremities.” This is due to phlegm. They are talking about phlegm and this is a huge hint. Phlegm in channels took root a lot later on average for people in Beijing in the 1950s than it does for your patients.
Consider ST 40, MG Plus, and Warm Hearth
Again consider ST 40, MG Plus, and Warm Hearth. People with the same poison, need the same antidote.
Taking the pattern seriously and ignoring the distractions is the warp drive of medicine.
Let’s look at the science.
A shed form of LDL receptor-related protein-1 regulates peripheral nerve injury and neuropathic pain in rodents.
Conventional meds may help, but side effects include gut dysbiosis and even diabetes.
Lipitor (atorvastatin) is an effective medication for controlling cholesterol
Lipitor Side Effects. Common Lipitor side effects are diarrhea, upset stomach, muscle and joint pain, and changes in some blood tests, according to Pfizer Inc. The drug label also warns of serious side effects such as liver problems and muscle problems that can lead to kidney failure.
There is also the problem with statin drugs and diabetes.
Evidence shows statins can cause diabetes, especially in women, the elderly and people of Asian descent.
Source: Current Diabetes Reports, June 2013
Trichisanthis alleviates LDL cholesterol-induced peripheral nerve damage. Rather than causing or contributing to diabetes It actually helps with diabetes by lowering blood sugar and reducing neuropathies. Side effects: Not safe for pregnancy. Used as an injection trichosanthis root is unsafe and not recommended by our pharmacology team. Rare side effects include mild allergies and indigestion.
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Tian Hua Fen LU, ST Bitter, Slightly Sweet, Cold Herbs that cool and Transform Phlegm Heat Clears Heat and Generates Fluids Dispels Pus and Resolves Toxicity Clears Lung Heat, Transforms Phlegm, Moistens Lung
Trichosanthis is safest and most effective when taken within the context of a formula. It is best when prescribed by a practitioner into a customized formula or in formulas like microgard plus
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