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Liver
Channel Windstroke

Empty Channels with Wind Invasion
Features:
-numbness or motor dysfunction of extremities
-sudden facial paralysis
-dysphagia
-maybe fever and chills
-arthralgia
-no disturbance of consciousness
T: thin white coat
P: floating, wiry; wiry, thready

Expel Wind (H or C), nourish, invigorate qi and blood, open channels

Formula:
XIAO XU MING TANG (w/ cold) or
QIAN ZHENG SAN (just wind)

Acupuncture:
St 6 - St 4 - St 7
St 2 - St 4
LI 4
Lu 7
eye - GB 1, SJ 23
nose - LI 20
tongue - R 23
lips - Du 26, R 24

*Bell's palsy, rheumatism
Liver
Channel Windstroke

Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiency with Rising Liver Yang and Wind
Feature:
-dizziness, vertigo
-HA, temporal or vertical
-tinnitus
-eye pressure, blurring vision, loss of vision
-facial flushing
-irritability and restlessness
-insomnia, dream disturbed sleep
-low back ache
-motor dysfunction
-hypertension
T: red, little or no coat
P: thready, wiry, rapid

Sedate Lv, extinguish wind, nourish yin to anchor yang

Formula:
ZHEN GAN XI FENG TANG

Acupuncture:
Lv 3, Lv 2, LI 4, LI 11, St 40
GB 34, St 36, GB 20, an mian
P 6, SJ 5, GB 39, GB 41, GB 31
GB 21, yin tang, er jian

* TIA, CVA
Liver
Channel Windstroke

Phlegm Heat with Wind Phlegm
Features:
-sudden heaviness, numbness or paralysis
-disordered consciousness
-dry stools, constipation
-dizziness, copious sputum and drooling
T: stiff, quivering, deviated; greasy yellow coat
P: wiry, slippery

Expel phlegm, heat thru bowels

Formula:
XING WEI CHENG QI TANG

Acupuncture:
Lv 3, Lv 2, LI 4, LI 11, St 40
GB 34, St 36, GB 20, an mian
P 6, SJ 5, GB 39, GB 41, GB 31
GB 21, yin tang, er jian

*CVA, cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral thrombosis
Liver
Windstroke Sequelae

Hemiplegia
Features:
-motor impairment, paralysis, numbness, loss of sensation
-deviation of eyes and mouth
-freq. or incontinent urine
-BP low, normal, or sl. elevated
T: white coat
P: moderate

Tonify qi, invigorate blood, open channels

Formula:
BU YANG HUAN WU TANG

Acupuncture:
upper limb: LI 15, LI 11, LI 4, SJ 5, SJ 14, SJ 4, SI 9

lower limb: GB 30, GB 31, GB 34, GB 39, St 36, St 41, UB 60, Du 3
Liver
Windstroke Sequelae

Dysphagia
Features:
-stiffness of tongue, slurred speech
-numbness of extremities
T: greasy white coat
P: wiry, slippery

Extinguish wind, eliminate phlegm, open orifices

Formula:
DI HUANG YIN ZI

Acupuncture:
Ht 5
R 23
shang liang quan
Kd 6
Kd 3
Lv 3
R 4
UB 23
St 36
Liver
Windstroke Sequelae

Facial Paralysis
Features:
-one-sided facial paralysis
-facial muscle spasms or tics

Dispel wind, transform phlegm, nourish and invigorate blood, stop spasm

Formula:
QIAN ZHENG SAN

Acupuncture:
St 6 - St 4 - St 7
St 2 - St 4
LI 4
Lu 7
eye - GB 1, SJ 23
nose - LI 20
tongue - R 23
lips - Du 26, R 24