May 2016

May 2016

May 2016

    Herbs & Notes

    Treating Hip and Groin Pain with DNA™

  • Obturator externus – ST vessel
  • Obturator internus – UB vessel
  • Piriformis – UB vessel (insertions – KD vessel)
  • Gracilis, Pubococcygeus – LV vessel
  • Sartorius, Pectineus – SP vessel

 
 
 

    Herbs & Notes

    Beginner’s Guide to MPD® – The Essence

  • Where (which pulse) is the worst problem?
  • Treat one problem/ pulse only first!
  • “What do you want to have treated first? Your anxiety, insomnia, fatigue or your allergy?
  • What kind of major aberrated pulse do you see? (e.g. scattered or poundy?)
  • Body types:
  • i. Heart and Sinuses are blocked.
  • ii. Middle is stagnated.
  • iii. Weak Chi-s.
  • “When it comes down to treatment things become simple actually.”
  • The heart will become a major area you will treat, because you are now able to do MPD®. And it’s actually no surprise, because the #1 killer globally is cardio-vascular disease.
  • Nobody knows I have pre-clinical heart disease, but you do because of MPD®. 75% of patients have pre-clinical heart disease, but they come in for their knee pain or something else usually.

 
 
 

    Herbs & Notes

    DNA™ & MPD®: Interstitial Cystitis

  • Right chi:
  • Deep and pounding (strong)
  • Deep and weak
  • DNA™ Tx:
  • Target area: Ren 6 (Bladder)
  • Treatment area:
  • ST 41 half way up the leg;
  • LI 2,3,4,5 half way up the arm;
  • PC 5,6, wrist crease
  • MPD® Rx:
  • Deep and strong/pounding:
  • Herbal ABX 20
  • Ba Zheng San 40 (Da Huang)
  • Astrigents 20
  • e.g. Long Dan Xie Gan Tang 20
  • Deep and weak:
  • Sang Piao Xiao San 40
  • Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang 20
  • other 40% whatever else is in the pulse

 
 
 

    Herbs & Notes

    The Office – DNA™ and MPD® in the treatment of allergies

  • DNA™ Tx:
  • Target LI and ST (Yang Ming in the face)
  • Needle:
  • PC and LI (5-11) on the arms
  • ST (36-41) and SP (9 area) on the legs (above and below the knee)
  • Eye-involvement
  • LV 8 area
  • GB 33-35 area
  • PC 3 area
  • MPD® Rx:
  • Where is the itching?
  • Eyes:
  • Bai Ji Li 10
  • Sang Ye 10
  • Ju Hua 10
  • Bo He 10
  • Right Cun: Thin-ish, wiry, pounding (strong) and nose and cheeks are hot: Wind-heat
  • Cang Er Zi San 30
  • Jing Jie 10
  • Chan Tui 10
  • Jin Yin Hua 10
  • Mu Dan Pi 10
  • Lian Qiao 10
  • Right Cun: Extremely thin, wiry and nose (and cheeks) are cold: Wind-cold
  • Eye Herbs 30-40
  • Ge Gen Tang or Gui Zhi Tang or Xiao Qing Long Tang (latter for most severe coldness – very thin and wiry) 30-40
  • Jing Jie 5-10
  • Fang Feng 5-10
  • Jie Geng 5-10
  • Lu Lu Tong 5-10
  • E Bu Shi Cao 5-10
  • Bai Zhi 5-10
  • If right Cun is weak too:
  • Add Yu Ping Feng San 20

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