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The Office: How to Treat Concussions with Herbs

  • Patients will usually have been diagnosed previously
    • Many patients will come to you because they have trouble getting over symptoms like fatigue, vision problems, or headaches.
  • The main etiology is vascular damage
    • Blood stasis must always be treated in these patients
  • Can present with other comorbidities
    • Inflammation
    • Qi deficiency/blood deficiency
  • Blood stasis
    • Tong Qiao Huo Xue Tang
      • Dang Gui
      • Chuang Xiong
      • Cold Hands
        • Gui Zhi
      • Warm Hands
        • Sheng Ma
  • Brain Fog
    • Shi Chang Pu
    • With anxiety
      • Yuan Zhi
  • Weak pulses with severe fatigue
    • Deep soggy pulse
      • Fang Ji Huang Qi Tang
    • Qi & blood deficiency with anxiety
      • Yang Xin Tang
    • Extreme fatigue
      • Ren Shen Yin Yang Tang
    • With Yin & blood deficiency
      • Sheng Mai San
  • Tight tense pulse
    • With Heat
      • Pounding Right Cun
        • Bai Hu Tang
        • Huang Lian Shang Qin Wan
  • Eye issues
    • Pounding Left Guan
      • Long Dan Xie Gan Tang
      • Suan Zao Ren
      • Bai Zi Ren
      • Shi Jue Ming
    • Exterior problem with the eye also apparent
      • Bo He
      • Ju Hua
      • Sang Ye
      • Bai Ji Li

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