0903 柴胡加龍骨牡蠣湯 (Chai Hu Jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang)
Bupleurum plus Dragon Bone and Oyster Shell Decoction
【Classic Literature Reference】
Shang Han Lun (Treatise on Febrile Diseases, 206).
Compiler: Zhang, Zhong-jingo
Traditional: The complication of shaoyang disease marked by fullness in the chest, irritability, palpitation, delirious speech, emotional instability, nervousness, fatigue, urinary difficulty, a sensation of heaviness throughout the body that cause motor dysfunction, and constipation; mania an convulsions may occur in severe cases.
Modern: Neurasthenia, hysteria, epilepsy depression, attention-deficit syndrome, menopausal syndrome, melancholia, neurotic palpitation, hypertension, arthrosclerosis, hyperthyroidism, insomnia, valvular disease, angina pectoris, and hemiplegia.
Complication of Shaoyang Disease
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