Method to treat affection by exopathogen of summer heat with symptoms of headache, fever, Yuhan, restlessness and thirst using antipyretics and Haeseo medicine.
Diuretic by regulating water metabolism.
|Diseases and symptom||
damp-heat in the urinary bladder a syndrome marked by frequent and urgent urination, dysuria, brownish red or bloody urine, fullness and distension of the lower abdomen, yellowish glossy coating of the tongue, rapid pulse.
Bungal by the Seyeul
difficulty in urination
A symptom that the leg is swelling and asleep, sensual disorder arises, the energy of the leg is weak and a person can not walk well.
This is a symptom with pricking pain due to urine stranguria.
Seupchang and biza
Talcum powder : Crush the talcum powder and grind to be fine Or Grind the coarse talcum powder with water and take the upper layer, and grind the remnant. Repeat the above process several times. Collect the suspension and precipitate and dry in the sun. Grind again to be fine powder.
|Properties and Tastes||sweetness and blandness, cold|
|Working Organs||bladder; spleen; stomach; lung|
|Contraindication||For the following symptoms including weakness due to deficiency in spleen & stomach, having injury due to heat disease and spermatorrhea caused by deficiency in kidney, it has to be used carefully.|
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|Keywords||Hwalseok; Mg3(Si4O10)[OH]2; Talc; Talcum|
|DB Publishing Date||Dec 6, 2007|
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