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Six Stages

The Six Stages

DiagnosisSymptomsTongue & PulseTreatment
Shaoyang Syndrome **Alternating Fever & Chills **Fullness in the costal & hypochondriac regions **Anorexia **Mental restlessness **Vomiting **Bitter taste in the mouth **Dryness of the throat **Blurring of vision P: String-Taut Harmonize Shaoyang by selecting points from the Shaoyang & Jueyin Meridians.
Yangming Meridian Syndrome **High Fever **Profuse Sweating **Extreme Thirst **Flushed Face **Mental Restlessness T: Dry, yellow coat P: Superficial & Forceful 1) Clear off heat using points of Yangming Meridians of Hand & Foot 2)Use points from Du channel
Yangming Organ Syndrome **Feverishness of the body which is more pronounced in the afternoon **Constipation **Fullness & pain in abdomen aggravated by pressure **Restlessness & Delirium T:Dry yellow OR Burnt-Yellow tongue coat with thorns on the tongue P: Deep & Forceful pulse of excess type 1)Purgation 2)Select front-Mu & Lower He-Sea points of the Yangming Meridian of Hand & Foot 3) Spleen Meridian may also be used.
Taiyin Syndrome **Abdominal Fullness ** Vomiting **Poor Appetite ** Diarrhea **Abdominal pain which is alleviated with warmth or pressure **Absence of thirst T: Pale with white coating P: Slow or slowing down pulse 1) Warm up the middle energizer & disperse cold 2)Back-shu, Front-Mu & He-Sea Pts of the Spleen & Stomach Meridians 3) Selected points from Ren Meridian 4)Needling & moxa are used
Cold Syndrome of Shaoyin (From Deficiency of Yang leading to Excess of Yin) **Aversion to Cold **Lying in Curled Up Position **Listlessness w/ a desire to sleep **Cold limbs **Diarrhea w/ undigested food **Absence of thirst OR Preference for hot drinks **Profuse clear urine T: Pale w/ white coat P: Deep, Feeble, Thready 1)Recover yang & eliminate cold 2) Pts from ren, kidney & spleen.
Heat Syndrome of Shaoyin (Deficiency of Yin Leading to Hyperactivity of Fire) **Mental restlessness **Insomnia **Dryness of mouth & throat **Deep yellow urine T:Red or deep red P:Rapid, thready 1)Nourish yin & clear fire 2) Pts from Ht & Kid.
Jueyin Syndrome ** Emaciation **Thirst **Feeling of a stream of air ascending to the chest region **Hot & painful sensation in the chest **Hunger w/ no desire to eat **Cold limbs **Diarrhea **Vomiting ? 1)Pts from Liv, Ren, GB & Sp meridians 2)Warming method is combined with method of clearing off heat. 3)Method of simultaneous elimination & reinforcement is adopted.
Invasion of the Taiyang by Wind **Fever **Aversion to Cold **Stiff Neck **Pain in the Posterior Aspect of the Head **Sweating P: Superficial & Slowing Down 1)Eliminate Exterior Syndromes 2) Promote smooth circulation of meridian qi 3) Select points of Du Channel & Taiyang Meridians of Hand & Foot
Invasion of the Taiyang by Cold **Fever **Aversion to Cold **Stiff Neck **Pain in the Posterior Aspect of the Head **Absence of Sweat P: Superficial & Tense 1)Eliminate Exterior Syndromes 2) Promote smooth circulation of meridian qi 3) Select points of Du Channel & Taiyang Meridians of Hand & Foot
Created by: c-rex