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Headache due to Blood Stasis

Headache due to High Blood Pressure (Hyperactivity of the Liver-Yang)

Headache due to Loss of Blood

Headache due to Low Blood Pressure Type (Deficiency of both Qi and Blood)

Migraine: Mono Type (Accumulation of Cold in the Liver channel and Qi Stagnancy)

Migraine: Bush Type (Stagnancy of the Liver-Qi)

Migraine: Complex Light Spots Type (Stagnancy of the Liver-Qi)

Migraine (Wind-Cold Type due to Insufficiency of Kidney-Yang)

    Headache due to Low Blood Pressure Type (Deficiency of both Qi and Blood)

    Madam XXX Stanton, 40, government officer.

    Sudden attack of headache, unknown triggering factors. Other symptoms were dizziness, palpitation, and short breath, unable to stand still, no nausea or vomiting, though. Symptoms subsided and recurred alternately, lasted for a month. The patient used to have poor appetite, fatigue. Blood pressure: 90/60 mmHg/mmHg. Pulse: 140/min. Pale tongue, deep and weak pulse.

    Syndrome diagnosed as deficiency of both qi and blood due to deficiency of spleen system.

    Modified (Decoction of Eight Precious Jewels)* was prescribed with additives such as Radis Astragali seu Hedysari, Radix Bupleuri, Flos Albiziae and etc.

    Pain was considerably relieved after three doses. 20 over doses were further administered to strengthen the body. Thereafter headache and other symptoms vanished, with good appetite, sleeping well, feeling energetic.