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 Liver Yin Vacuity


Pin Yin: gan yin xu
Symptoms:
aftermath of high heat effusion (fever); fatigue; aversion to heat; heat effusion, especially in afternoon; hot palms, soles and head; nightsweats.
shallow respiration; dyspnea.
thirsty; prefers cold drinks.
dark urine ; constipation.
Pain: relieved by cold; relieved by pressure or touch; pain; discomfort; of torso; dryness; of eyes.
Sensory abnormalities: faintness, syncope; vision blurred.
Activity and movement: rapid; weak.
speech: rapid; quiet voice; talkative.
Affect: irritable; agitated or restless; depressed; passive; withdrawn; excitable but lacks persistence.
Signs:
Tongue Body: red; fissures.
Tongue Coat: absent, or very thin; white, perhaps yellow.
Pulse: bowstring-thready; rapid.
Complexion, other: face, especially cheeks, reddish.
Pattern derived from: Interior-Heat-Vacuity (Vacuity of Yin).

  
Herbs:

-Supplement Yin
-Supplement Blood

-- Quicken Blood, Transform Stasis
-- Cool Blood

Formulas:

-Nourish and Supplement Yin

-Clear Construction Aspect Heat and cool Blood
-Clear Heat from Vacuity
--: Extinguish Internal Wind

  

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