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Application of Invigorating Qi and Moistening Intestines Method in Qi Deficiency Constipation

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Wenxin Li1,*, Hua Jiang2, Zongrun Li1, Liangwu Huang1

1Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang 712000, Shaanxi, China.

2The Affiliated Hospital of Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang 712000, Shaanxi, China.

*Corresponding author: Wenxin Li

Abstract

Based on the understanding of Traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine on the etiology and pathogenesis of functional constipation and the treatment methods for internal and external use. Based on the theory that “more than cure all diseases is born from qi”, the formation of qi deficiency constipation and its important position in constipation are discussed. Fully understand the role of spleen and stomach in constipation, get through invigorating the spleen and stomach on the basis of qi to achieve the function of the fu stagnation, moistening the bowel bowel laxation. BuzhongYiqi Decoction is a representative prescription of invigorating qi and raising Yang and warming and removing heat. It is analyzed as a classic prescription of qi deficiency and secret, to explore the clinical application and clinical efficacy of qi replenishing formulas such as Huangqi Decoction. To summarize the application of nourishing qi and moistening intestines in the treatment of qi-deficiency constipation.

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How to cite this paper

Application of Invigorating Qi and Moistening Intestines Method in Qi Deficiency Constipation

How to cite this paper: Wenxin Li, Hua Jiang, Zongrun Li, Liangwu Huang. (2022) Application of Invigorating Qi and Moistening Intestines Method in Qi Deficiency Constipation. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine Research6(1), 60-67.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijcemr.2022.01.011

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