Chinese medicine treatment of menopausal syndrome

TCM theory thinks that the pathogeny of climacteric syndrome is weak in the spleen and kidney, and the human body regulates the imbalance between yin and yang. Clinically, the disease is divided into two types: spleen, kidney yang deficiency and spleen kidney yin deficiency.

(1): disease of deficiency of spleen and kidney yang see pale, backache, loose stools, eat less fat, pale tongue, thin pulse, administer appropriate filling fire, warming kidney and invigorating spleen. With Fuzilizhong decoction, shenlingbaizhusan, Yougui pill. Commonly used drugs are: Codonopsis, Atractylodes, tuckahoe, yam, tangerine peel, Fructus Psoraleae, epimedium, morinda root, antler glue, Eucommia etc..

(2) the spleen and kidney yin deficiency: symptoms of menstrual cycle disorder, the tide of hot flashes, sweating, irritability, irritability, dizziness, insomnia, thin tongue fur, pulse string number. Governance should be strong water, fire, nourishing the liver and kidney. Six ingredients of Rehmannia Decoction and two to pill are used. Commonly used drugs are: rehmannia, radix rehmanniae, Radix Polygoni Multiflori, dodder, mulberry, Cornus, Ligustrum, Eclipta alba, Radix Paeoniae Alba, Radix polygonatum, etc..

Sweat more with floating wheat; insomnia with night cane, mother of pearl, lumbago and root, Psoralea; coke with Sanhuang Ning heart decoction (Huang Ling, Coptis and rhubarb), Jiawei Xiaoyao Powder; depression with Pan Ni San (bupleurum, Radix Paeoniae Alba, Radix Glycyrrhizae, Fructus aurantii Immaturus) or ganmaidazao Decoction (grass, Gansu barley, jujube); fears by entrapement keel Oyster Soup (bupleurum, keel, oysters, pinellia, Poria, rhubarb, cassia twig); head with vertigo Goutengsan (Uncaria, cassia, pinellia, Poria, Radix Ophiopogonis, grape flower, ginseng, Shi Gao); with Guipi Decoction menorrhagia many (Polygala, ginseng, Atractylodes, astragalus, Radix Aucklandiae, longan pulp, ginger, Poria, angelica, jujube, jujube, licorice)

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