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wind damp characteristics
– Bi syndromes: Wind(moves), Cold(fixed, severe), Damp(dull, heavy,swelling,numbness), Heat(burning), Bone(chronic – result of another Bi); pungent & warm; act like anti-inflammatories; can damage Yin & Bld
wind damp cold, low back and legs, WC (Du channel)w/ occipital HA
Du Huo
wind damp
wind damp heat, yin xu false heat, cramping extremities, hot and cold bi
Qin Jiao
wind damp
wind damp and cold w/ wind predominant, wind bi, dispels fish bones; mild
Wei Ling Xian (clematis)
wind damp
wind damp heat & cold
Hai Tong Pi
wind damp
calf cramps, wind damp cold, damp stasis w/ cramps, harmonize st, calm liv
Mu Gua (chinese quince)
wind damp
wind damp hot or cold, upper body esp arms
Sang Zhi (mulberry branch)
wind damp
strengthen sinews and bones, mildly tonify LV & KD, elderly and xu patients, wind damp cold bi w/deficiency
Wu Jia Pi
wind damp
adaptogen, tonifies qi and essence – altitude sickness
Si Wu Jia (siberian ginseng)
wind damp
#1 herb to tx hot or cold sinus problems, often used w/ xin yi hua, barely if ever used for wind damp bi
Cang Er Zi
wind damp
wind damp and heat, calms and cools the liver, only cold herb in category, calms spirit, facial paralysis
Xi Xian Cao
wind damp
bone problems
Hu Gu (tiger bone)
wind damp
know it’s in this category
Qian Nian Jian
wind damp
chronic skin probs
Wu Shao She (snake skin)
wind damp