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Oriental Medicine for Facial Palsy

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Facial paralysis is a quite common condition caused by 7th nerve palsy. There are many treatment methods for this, with lots of them being Oriental medicine for facial palsy. This article will introduce an effective method of treating facial paralysis with oriental medicine. Continue reading with us to find out!

Oriental Medicine for Facial Palsy
Oriental Medicine for Facial Palsy

Facial paralysis in Oriental medicine

In Oriental medicine, facial paralysis caused by paralysis of the 7th nerve is known as the cranial nerve VII paralysis.

The causes of paralysis of the 7th nerve are many, including:

  • Cold sore (sudden cold infection)
  • Heat damage in meridians (due to bacterial infection)
  • Blood stasis (due to a foot injury, fall, surgery)
  • And some other reasons.

The actual record shows that, in cases of paralysis of the 7th nerve due to cold, wind, or blood stasis, treatment with Oriental medicine gives very positive recovery results.

Oriental Medicine for Facial Palsy often combines many methods such as taking drugs, acupuncture, injecting drugs into acupoints, electro-acupuncture, physical therapy, or massage.

Kết quả điều trị liệt mặt sau 2 tháng
The results after 2 months

Oriental Medicine for Facial Palsy

Oriental Medicine for Facial Palsy caused by a cold wind

Causes of disease: Due to the cold wind entering into the coherence of the yang meridians in the face, disrupting the circulation of qi, making qi and blood unregulated. The meridians are undernourished and the body is soft, causing the condition.

Common symptoms: A distorted mouth, drooping eyelids, the inability to close one eye, difficulty in eating and drinking, chewing rice on the paralyzed side, middle nucleus deviated to the healthy side, missing cheek grooves. Accompanied by systemic symptoms such as fear of wind, fear of cold, normal or long urination.

Remedy: One dose a day with the following ingredients:

  • Notopterygium Root: 8g
  • Atractylodes macrocephala: 8g
  • Saphoshnikovia divaricata: 8g
  • Wolfiporia extensa: 8g
  • Angelica pubescens: 8g
  • Gentiana macrophylla Pall: 8g
  • Angelica dahurica: 8g
  • Ligusticum striatum: 8g
  • Angelica sinensis: 8g
  • Rehmannia glutinosa: 12g
  • Paeonia lactiflora: 8g
  • Licorice: 6g

Oriental Medicine for Facial Palsy caused by a heat wind at the meridians

Cause of disease: Due to wind and heat invade the meridians, causing the meridians to lack nutrition. Heat often causes fever and heat inflammation.

Common symptoms: Signs of facial paralysis, accompanied by systemic symptoms such as fever, fear of wind, yellow urine, red tongue, yellow tongue moss, edematous pulse.

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Remedy: One dose a day with the following ingredients:

  • Honeysuckle: 16g
  • Dandelion: 16g
  • Smilax glabra: 12g
  • Ligusticum striatum: 12g
  • Xanthium strumarium: 12g
  • Achyranthes bidentata: 12g
  • Salvia miltiorrhiza: 12g

Oriental Medicine for Facial Palsy caused by blood stasis

Cause of disease: Due to trauma, impact, surgery causes blood stasis in the meridians, leading to peripheral nerve VII paralysis.

Common symptoms: The signs of facial paralysis, similar to that of the 7th nerve palsy caused by a cold wind. Symptoms appear after a fall, trauma, ear surgery, occipital bone, or tooth extraction.

Remedy: One dose a day with the following ingredients:

  • Ginseng: 12g
  • Ligusticum striatum: 12g
  • Achyranthes bidentata: 12g
  • Brezel wood: 8g
  • Fructus Citri Aurantii: 6g
  • Chenpi: 6g
  • Rhizoma cyperi: 8g
  • Ginger root: 8g

Here is a summary of 3 types of Oriental medicine for facial palsy that you can use to effectively treat facial paralysis today. Hopefully, the information in the article has brought you useful information about the Oriental medicine for facial palsy.

If you still have any questions that need advice and answers, please leave your questions below the article or contact Hotline: 0901666879! Gangwhoo Cosmetic Hospital is ready to answer your question as fast as we can. Stay safe and protect yourself from having facial paralysis!

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