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Blood Stagnation in the Lower Burner caused by Cold is a pattern of disharmony in Chinese Medicine.
Chinese Medicine views the human body as a complex system that tends toward harmony. A pattern of disharmony is a disorder that prevents that harmony from occurring.
Patterns give rise to symptoms that may at first glance seem unrelated from a Western standpoint but that actually make a lot of sense when one understands Chinese Medicine theory. For instance here Blood Stagnation in the Lower Burner caused by Cold gives rise to such diverse symptoms as abdominal masses, lower abdominal pain, lower abdominal distension and lower back pain (as well as three others).
The Triple Burner is a so-called "Fu" Organ. Learn more about the Triple Burner in Chinese Medicine
Diagnosing a pattern in Chinese Medicine is no easy feat and should be left to professional practitioners.
Practitioners for instance learn to read from a long list of seemingly unrelated symptoms. Here patients with Blood Stagnation in the Lower Burner caused by Cold might experience symptoms like abdominal masses, lower abdominal pain, lower abdominal distension and lower back pain (full list here above).
Source date: 1830 AD
Number of ingredients: 10 herbs
Key actions: Expels Cold and warm the menstruation Blood. Stops pain. Invigorates Blood. Dispels Blood stagnation.
Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang is a 10-ingredient Chinese Medicine formula with Szechuan Lovage Roots (Chuan Xiong) as a principal ingredient. Invented in 1830 AD, it belongs to the category of formulas that invigorate Blood and dispel Blood Stagnation.