Posts Tagged ‘Ding Gan-Ren’

Sunday, March 21st, 2010 with 0 comments

Case by: Ding Gan-Ren (1865-1926) Shang Han Case There was external cold assaulting the tai yang with damp stagnation internally blocking the middle burner. This pattern presented with sweat and chills that failed to resolve the condition. There was also full body aching pain, stifling sensation in the chest, upflow nausea, and abdominal distention. It was suitable to disperse the pathogen, release the muscle layer, transform stagnation, and open the middle burner. Prescription: Cinnamomi Ramulus (guì zhï) 8 fen Pinelliae Rhizoma preparatum (zhì bàn xià)2 qian dry-fried Aurantii Fructus (châo zhî ké) 1 qian Amomi Fructus rotundus (bái dòu kòu)…

Thursday, March 18th, 2010 with 6 comments

Case by: Ding Gan-Ren (1865-1926) Mr. Bai presented with a pathogen in the tai yang that had not yet resolved. There was a loss of normal order of the nutritive and protective aspects. There was physical cold, fear of cold, cough, stifling sensation in the chest, full body aching pain, reduced food intake, and a greasy tongue coat. It was proper to use a Cinnamon Twig Decoction (guì zhï täng) method. Cinnamomi Ramulus (guì zhï)8 fen Fritillariae thunbergii Bulbus (zhè bèi mû)3 qian Pinelliae Rhizoma preparatum (zhì bàn xià)2 qian dry-fried Setariae (Oryzae)Fructus germinatus (gû yá)4 qian Benincasae Semen (döng…