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Source date: 1107 AD
Number of ingredients: 14 herbs
Key actions: Expel Wind Damp. Relieve pain. Tonify the Liver and the Kidneys. Tonify the Blood and Qi.
Da Fang Feng Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of monoplegia
Source date: 1587 AD
Number of ingredients: 16 herbs
Key actions: Expels Wind Damp from the Channels. Invigorates Blood. Unblocks the channels.
Shu Jing Huo Xue Tang has sometimes been used by TCM professionals to alleviate the symptoms of monoplegia
Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat limbs paralysis as can be seen on Black-Tail Snake's page.
Black-Tail Snakes is a Neutral herb that tastes Sweet. It targets the Liver.
Its main actions are: Expels Wind Dampness and disperses Cold. Removes obstruction of Channels and Meridians. Stops spasms and convulsions.
Spasms Convulsions Rheumatism Numbness of skin Tetanus Leprosy Rubella Scabies Urticaria