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Herbal Treatment of  Hyperosteogeny of Cervical Vertebra for Zhou Xirong,  China
 

  

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Successful TCM Treatment Case

Hyperosteogeny of Cervical Vertebra

and Herniated Lumbar Disk

 

Zhou Xironga  40 years old female.

October 18, 2005.

The patient often suffers from mouth ulcer for 4 years. Stiff neck causes the sore back with stiff sense. No distention and no cold and hot sense locally. The patient has been diagnosed with cervical spondylosis in 2001. Severe dizziness. Loss of hair. She has lots of white hair. Thirst, no bitter taste in her mouth. Drink much water, especially cool water. There are chest oppression and palpitations, cough with much whitish phlegm after getting up in the morning. The appetite is normal, but distention in the stomach exists. The bowel movement is once a day and the stool is constipated. Frequent urination but no night urination and no yellowish urine. Aversion to cold in winter and cold hands and feet. Heavy and sore legs. No tital fever and no night sweating.

The patient has anemia, low blood pressure, normal menstruation with blood clots. There are lumbar and abdominal pains. Reddish tongue body with thin and yellow tongue coating and tooth-marks on the edges of the tongue. Thin and weak pulse.

Diagnosis: Cervical vertebra hyperosteogeny, herniated lumbar disk.

codonopsis root 15g,  ovate atractylodes root  10g,  dioscorea root  10g,  poria  10g,  mulberry  15g,  cuscuta seed 10g,  lycium berry 10g,  morinda root    10g,  tangkuei  10g,  white peony root 10g,  cooked rehmannia root 10g,  millettia root and stem  10g,  peach kernel 10g,  red ginseng 10g,  notopterygium root  10g,  duhuo angelica root 10g,  chaenomeles fruit 10g,  earthworm 10g,  scutellaria root 10g,  moutan  root  bark 10g,  bupleurum root 10g,  ophiopogon tuber  10g. 

                                                                                                                                                          Dr. Ming

October 21, 2005.

There is slight relief of painful back, heavy legs and thirst. No dizziness recently. But she still has hot sense in the mouth. The stiff and sore neck is as before. Appetite is normal. Less phlegm. The bowel movement is once a day and urination is more smooth. The distention of the stomach and the cold feet and hands are improved. Thin and weak right pulse. Reddish tongue body with tooth-marks on the edges of the tongue.

codonopsis root 15g,  ovate atractylodes root  10g,  dioscorea root  10g,  poria  10g,  mulberry  15g,  cuscuta seed   10g,  lycium berry   10g,  tangkuei    10g,  white peony root   10g,  cooked rehmannia root  10g,  millettia root and stem  10g,  mulberry twig 10g,  turmeric 10g,  pueraria root 25g,  peach kernel 10g,  red ginseng  10g,  notopterygium root  10g,  duhuo angelica root  10g,  chaenomeles fruit 10g,  earthworm 10g,  scutellaria root 10g,  phellodendron bark 10g,  adenophora root 10g,    ophiopogon tuber 10g. 

                                                                                                                                                         Dr. Ming

October 25, 2005.

The bowel movement is not smooth, but the urination is smooth. Appetite is normal. More sleep and less phlegm. Thirst, but no bitter taste in the mouth. There is  improvement of the cold feet and hands, burning mouth and nose. Tooth marks on the edges of the tongue, thin and yellow tongue coating.

codonopsis root 15g,  ovate atractylodes root 15g,  dioscorea root  10g,  bupleurum root 10g,  mulberry 15g,  eucommia bark 10g,  cibotium root 10g tangkuei    10g,  white peony root  30g,   cooked rehmannia root  20g,  millettia root and stem 15g,  mulberry twig 10g,  turmeric 10g,  pueraria root, 25g,  anomalous artemisia  10g,  sappan wood  10g,  notopterygium root 10g,  duhuo angelica root 10g, silkworm  10g,  earthworm  10g,  scutellaria root 10g,  ophiopogon tuber  10g,  adenophora root 10g.

                                                                                                                                                         Dr. Ming

October 31, 2005.

The bowel movement is not so smooth. Appetite is normal. More sleep and less distention in the stomach and less phlegm. Thirst and no bitter taste in mouth. Slight improvement of the cold feet and hands. The right shoulder pains are relieved a little. The lumbar pains are improved 40%. Improvement of the pains of the thoracic vertebra. Tooth-marks on the edges of the tongue.

codonopsis root 15g,  ovate atractylodes root 15g,  dioscorea root 10g,  bupleurum root  10g,  mulberry 15g,  eucommia bark 10g,  cibotium root 10g,  tangkuei    10g,  white peony root  30g,  cooked rehmannia root  20g,  millettia root and stem  15g,  mulberry twig 10g,  turmeric 10g,  pueraria root 25g,  anomalous artemisia   10g,  sappan wood 10g,  notopterygium root  10g,  duhuo angelica root 10g,  silkworm 10g,  earthworm  10g,  ophiopogon tuber  10g,  adenophora root 10g,  lonicera flower 15g.

                                                                                                                                                         Dr. Ming

November 6, 2005. 

The defecation is not smooth. Appetite is normal. More sleep. Thirst. Further improvement of distention in the stomach and the cold feet and hands. The pains in the lumbus and back and shoulder are relieved over the past few days. Tooth-marks on the edges of the tongue. 

codonopsis root 15g,  ovate atractylodes root  15g,  bupleurum root 10g,  eucommia bark 10g,  dipsacus root 10g,  cibotium root 10g,  tangkuei  10g,  white peony root 20g,  ophiopogon tuber 10g,   adenophora root 10g,  notopterygium root    10g,  duhuo angelica root  10g, chaenomeles fruit 10g,  cooked rehmannia root    15g,  millettia root and stem 10g,  cinnamom twig 10g,  mulberry twig 10g,  turmeric 10g,  pueraria root  20g,  wild chrysanthemum   15g.

                                                                                                                                                         Dr. Ming

November 12, 2005.

The bowel movement is a little smooth. Appetite and sleep are normal. Little distention in the stomach. No thirst. The ulcers in the mouth and nose are improved. The urine is clear and there is no constipation. Do not drink much water, prefer warm drinks. The pains in the lumbus and back are sometimes less and sometimes worse. Less tooth-marks on the edges of the tongue. Thready and weak  pulse.

                                                                                                                                                          Dr. Ming

November 20, 200. 

The pains in the lumbus and back are relieved a lot. Dizziness relieved. Thirst and mouth ulcers become worse. There is improvement of the pulse. She still has cold feet and hands. Reddish tongue body with thin and yellow tongue coating.

lonicera flower  15g,  wild chrysanthemum 15g,  dandelion  10g,  gardenia   10g,  dipsacus root  10g,  cibotium root 10g,  white peony root   20g,  cooked rehmannia root   15g,  millettia root and stem 10g,  ground pine 10g,  cinnamon    3g,  cinnamom twig  10g,  morinda root 10g,  pueraria root  20g,  notopterygium root  10g,  duhuo angelica root   10g, chaenomeles fruit  10g,  adenophora root  10g,  ophiopogon tuber  10g,  mulberry twig  10g  turmeric 10g.

                                                                                                                                                           Dr. Ming 

November 27, 2005. 

There are further improvement of dizziness and great relief of pains of the lumbus and back. The mouth ulcer is cured. Light reddish tongue body with thin and yellow tongue coating. Slight thirst. The hands and feet are not so much cold. The pulse is becoming stronger.

                                                                                                                                                            Dr. Ming

 

 
 
 

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