Miscellaneous Internal Disease according to Jin Kui Yao Lue.
✵Miscellaneous Internal Disease, with entries from the book Jin Kui Yao Lue Fang Lun (the Synopsis of Prescriptions of the Golden Chamber) are introduced with its outlines and explains.
The main content is: Huo Luan and dysentery syndrome, convulsive disease, coital transmission of febrile disease, taxation relapse disease, lily disease, fox bewitching syndrome, Yin and Yang toxin syndrome, malaria syndrome, blood-arthralgia, consumptive disease, cough, retained fluid, yellowish sweating, Li-jie disease, blood stasis, haematemesis, descent of blood, sore carbuncle, chest impediment, women's disease, etc.
Huo Luan and Dysentery Syndrome:The Huo Luan disease described by herbalist Zhang Zhongjing, according to its symptoms and descriptions, could be understood the same as gastroenteritis with symptoms diarrhea and vomiting, etc. The Dysentery is an infectious disease of the intestines, marked by abdominal pain, frequent stools containing blood and mucus, and tenesmus.
Convulsive Disease,Coital transmission of febrile disease,Taxation relapse disease
Convulsive Disease,Coital transmission of febrile disease,Taxation relapse disease:The convulsive disease is a diseased state characterized by rigidity of the nape, convulsion of the limbs and opisthotonos. The Taxation relapse disease is a relapse of disease due to over-fatigue.
Lily disease, Fox bewitching syndrome, Yin and Yang toxin syndrome
Lily disease, Fox bewitching syndrome, Yin and Yang toxin syndrome:The Lily disease is an ancient term urwith mental strain, listlessness, sleeplessness, anorexia, sham heat and sham cold, bitterness in the mouth, yellow urine, rapid pulse, etc.It is so called "Lily disease" because it can be effectively treated by administering Bulbus Lilii. Fox bewitching or throat-anus-genital syndrome is an ancient term for a disease resembling Behcet's syndrome. Yin and Yang toxin syndrome is two kind of disease known as Yin toxin syndrome and Yang toxin syndrome.
Malaria syndrome:the Malaria is an externally contracted disease caused by malarial parasites, marked by paroxysms of shivering chills, high fever and sweating, also called nue bing.
Blood-arthralgia, Consumptive Disease
Blood-arthralgia, Consumptive Disease:The Blood-arthralgia is a disease caused by deficiency of blood and Qi,sleep in wind,or wind caused in sweating due to taxation and result in obstacle of Qi and blood. The consumtive disease is a disease characterized by consumption, either infectious or non-infectious, the latter also known as consumption, the former also known as phthisis.
Cough, Retained fluid,Yellowish sweating,Li-jie disease:Cough：strictly speaking, Ke means the expelling of air from the lungs suddenly with an explosive noise but no expectoration, while Sou refers to the expectoration of sputum without an explosive noise. The Yellow sweating, or yellow-colored sweat associated with bitterness and stickiness in the mouth, thirst but no desire to drink, yellow and greasy tongue coating, ascribed to the interior accumulation of damp-heat.The Li-jie or arthritis is a swollen painful joints with limitation in motion, including acute rheumatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout.
Blood Stasis, Haematemesis, Descent of blood, Sore carbuncle
Blood Stasis, Haematemesis, Descent of blood, Sore carbuncle:The Blood Stasis or stagnant blood is a pathological product of blood stagnation, including extravasated blood and blood moving sluggishly in circulation or congested in a viscus, all of which may turn into pathogenic factors. Haematemesis is vomiting of blood. The sore and carbuncle is any pyogenic infection on the body surface. Herbalist Zhang Zhongjing defined the Blood Stasis in about 2 syndromes, defined the Haematemesis in about 2 syndromes, defined the Descent of blood in about 2 syndromes, defined the Sore carbuncle in about 6 syndromes.
Chest impediment: or Chest Qi-blockage is pectoral pain, sometimes accompanies by a feeling of suffocation. Herbalist Zhang Zhongjing defined the Chest impediment in about 11 syndromes.
Women's disease: is also known as Gynecology Syndromes, or Women's Syndromes. Herbalist Zhang Zhongjing defined the women's disease in about 40 syndromes.