Chinese Medicine Treatment for Influenza A(H1N1)

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Chinese Medicine Treatment for Influenza A(H1N1)

Post  hxh91101 on Sat Jun 27, 2009 2:13 am

Treatment principle:
TCM treatment is used as soon as possible for H1N1 patient.
Clear away heat and toxic, eliminate dampness, strengthen healthy Qi to eliminate pathogens.
Application of Chinese patent medicine
① Antipyretic patent medicine
It is used for fever in febrile course and respiration course. for example, Guashuang Tuireling Jiaonang (capsule).
② Patent medicine for clearing away heat and toxic, Oral patent medicine:
Qingkailing Jiaonang (capsule);
Shuanghuanglian Koufuye (Oral liquid);
Banlangen Chongji (Granule);
Huoxiang Zhengqi Wan (Pill);
Gegen Qin Lian Wan (Pill);
Shedan Chuanbei Koufuye (Oral liquid);
Yuxingcao Zhusheye (Injection), etc..
Syndrome differentiation and treatment
① Exogenous pathogenic qi attacking lung
Clinical manifestation: fever in the early stage, aversion to cold or wind, nasal discharge, nasal obstruction, cough, sore throat, headache, discomfort of body, dry mouth, white and yellow tongue coating, floating and rapid pulse.
Treatment: clear away heat and toxic; relieve the exterior syndrome and dispersing lung- qi.
Basic prescription and reference dose: Sangye 30g (be decocted first ) ; Jingjie 15g ; Juhua 15g; Xingren 15g; Lianqiao 15g; Shigao 30g (Be fried); Zhimu 15g; Daqingye 10g; Bohe 6g (Be added late)
② Pathogenic qi attacking stomach and large intestine
Clinical manifestation: fever, aversion to cold or wind, or vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, water stool, white-greasy or yellow tongue coating, slippery and rapid pulse.
Treatment: clear away heat and toxic; eliminate dampness and invigorate middle-jiao.
Basic prescription and reference dose: Gegen 15g; Huangqin 15g; Huanglian 10g; Muxiang 3g (Be added late); Banxia 9g (Prepared); Huoxiang 10g; Chaihu 15g; Cangzhu 10g; Fuling 10g; Machijian 30g.
The above treatment should be used according to different syndromes.
③ Cold-heat-damp complication
Modified Chai Ge Jieji Tang (Decoction) and Gegen Qinlian Tang (Decoction)
Prescription: Chaihu 15g; Gegen 15g; Huangqin 15g; Huanglian 3g; Shigao 15g; Zhimu 9g; Baizhi 15g; Chishao 15g; Chuanxiong 9g; Jinyinhua 9g; Lianqiao 9g; Gancao 6g.
For the symptoms of severe chest distress, short breath and dry mouth, Dangshen and Shashen should be added; For expectoration, Tianzhuhuang should be added; for pulmonary consolidation, Danshen, Yiren and Tinglizi should be added.
For the symptoms of wheezes, short breath, coma and delirium, sweating and cold limbs, cyanosis of lips, dark-red tongue with less fluid, weak pulse, removing Banxia (Prepared) and adding Renshen, Fuzi (Prepared), Maidong, Wuweizi; or using patent medicine like Shengmai Zhusheye (Injection), Qingkailing Zhusheye (Injection), and Xingnao Zhusheye (Injection).
Pharmacological prevention:
Shuanghuanglian Koufuye (Oral liquid);
Qingkailing Koufuye (Oral liquid); or
Huoxiang Zhengqi Wan (Pill); or
Liuwei Tang (Decoction): Huangqi 15g, Baizhu 9g, Fangfeng 9g, Guanzhong 6g, Jinyinhua 9g, Chenpi 6g.

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Thank you for your contribution. Keep going please!

Post  masseur on Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:25 pm


Thank you for your article.

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Re: Chinese Medicine Treatment for Influenza A(H1N1)

Post  Vega on Thu Apr 29, 2010 8:36 am

That's a lot of herbs to remember. Would these be available at a Chinese herbal store where they are already prepared? Would these work for colds and regular flus also?


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