Chinese herbal formulas to treat brain symptoms and diseases
Quantum Brain Healing uses Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) along with other therapies to heal the brain. TCM uses acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat diseases. The modern medicine of the future seeks to improve brain function and intellect, as well as treat existing diseases. Family history of certain brain diseases such as senile dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s will be treated with herbal medicine before the onset of the disease to prevent or lessen the severity of the disease. Quantum Brain Healing hopes to have diagnostic tests that can do herbal cell testing in a laboratory to identify which herbs and herbal formulas will best treat a patient’s disease.
Quantum Brain Healing often uses traditional Chinese medicine herbal formulas to treat brain-related symptoms and diseases. Below are several of the Chinese herbal formulas that can be used to treat and prevent brain diseases. Formulas are not intended to be purchased by a patient. These formulas are intended to expose individuals to the unique symptoms and diseases that can be treated or ameliorated by TCM and direct patients to seek an appointment with a TCM or alternative medicine physician to receive the correct formula for their individual diagnosis. The descriptions of the Chinese formulas are based on classical Chinese disease patterns. As patients take formulas, their symptoms will change and the formulas will change according to these changes. The person’s chronic illness may require the same herbal formula for an extended period of time, but this should not be assumed to be the case.
Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang He Sheng Mai San Jia Jian (Blue Poppy) is an anti-aging formula that can treat stress, dizziness, fatigue, boost the immune system, and increase brain circulation to improve memory. The Chinese diagnosis for this formula is that it increases qi, enriches yin, and awakens the brain, but because it enhances the clear mechanism and disinhibits qi, it complements without stagnating. In particular, this formula supports the organs that provide energy to the body, which are the lungs, spleen, and kidneys. Increases immunity, improves physical and mental performance and improves adaptation to stress. It is indicated for the treatment of dual qi and yin emptiness resulting in fatigue, decreased immunity, and aging. Immortal Qi can also be used as a supplement to improve sports performance, as well as for the prevention and treatment of altitude sickness.
Chai Hu Long Gu Mu Li Tang (Plum Flower or Blue Poppy) treats ailments such as stress, anxiety, irritability, insomnia, irritability, anger, nicotine withdrawal, drug withdrawal, alcohol withdrawal, frustration, and schizophrenia. The Chinese diagnosis for this formula is disharmony of the liver and spleen with depressive heat, phlegm, dampness, and restless heart.
Jie Yu Ding Mian Fang or resolves depression and stabilizes sleep (Blue Poppy) treats insomnia with irritability or emotional depression. The Chinese diagnosis for this formula is insomnia lasting more than three months and in which patients may not sleep at all or sleep one to two hours a night. The patient has a combination of liver depression, qi stagnation with possible depressive heat, and blood stasis with malnutrition and restlessness of heart spirit.
Eleven modified flavors warm up the gallbladder (Blue Poppy) treats symptoms of insomnia, anxiety, depression, PMS, and perimenopausal syndrome. The Chinese diagnosis includes shyness of heart and gallbladder qi with depressive heat in the heart, liver, and possibly stomach and intestines. Shyness of heart and gallbladder qi is shorthand for a more complex pattern. The whole pattern of the disease is based on the liver and spleen being out of balance with each other. This is depression of the liver and emptying of qi of the spleen with depressive heat and phlegm besetting the spirit of the heart. It also includes heart qi and blood emptiness due to persistent emptiness of the spleen.
suan zao ren (Plum Flower) treats symptoms of stress, including migraine headaches, dizziness, insomnia, and mental agitation. The Chinese diagnosis of this formula includes nourishing the blood, clearing away excess heat, and calming the spirit.
Tian Wang Bu Xin Dan (Plum Flower) or Emperors Teapills treat mild to moderate cases of anxiety, irritability, concentration problems, senile dementia, memory problems, restlessness and occasional sleeplessness. The Chinese diagnosis of this formula is that it nourishes the Yin and the blood, tones the heart and calms the spirit.
xiao yao wan (Blue Poppy) treats the symptoms of neurosis, insomnia, irritation, panic, vertigo, anxiety, stress, dizziness and depression. The Chinese diagnosis for this formula includes depression of the liver and emptiness of the spleen with emptiness of blood and possible dampness.
Yi Nao Jiao Nang treats brain ailments such as neurasthenia, insomnia, poor memory, profuse dreams, cerebral arteriosclerosis and dizziness. The Chinese diagnosis for this formula includes deficiency of qi and blood with deficiency of kidney essence and liver and kidney yin.