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The Chinese Herbal Medicine Can Treat Swelling Well

2018-07-27 11:31

As a kidney patient the common symptom is swelling,that is caused by the poor kidney function ,the excess water in blood can not be discharged out of body and deposit in the space between tissues and on the end of body limbs.that will cause the swelling .Swelling of the extremities refers to a symptom of swelling of the upper and lower extremities. Some showed limb swelling at the same time; Some only see the upper or lower limbs, or one side.

swelling of the limbs caused by damp heat accumulation: Limb swelling, joint swelling and pain, skin burning, skin red and shiny, with fever, fear of wind, thirst, boredom and uneasiness. The tongue coating is yellow, greasy, and the rapid pulse.

Gas stagnation muscles swelling of the limbs: The limbs are swollen, consciously swelled, and the skin color is pale. It seems to be elastic, or both of them have chest tightness and suffocation. The tongue is light, white, and pulse weak.

Cold and damp stagnation of limbs: The joints of the limbs are painful, the pain is localized or the lower limbs are especially heavy, the limbs are swollen, the limbs are heavy, and the movement is inconvenient. The tongue is light and the pulse is gentle.

Qi deficiency, blood stasis, swelling of the limbs: The limbs are swollen, it is difficult to get up, the hands and feet are cold, or the limbs are numb and the move is weak; Or swelling of the lower limbs, purple freckles on the skin; Even half-length and so on. The tongue is pale and white, or with ecchymosis and wiry pulse.

At present more and more patients are interested in the natural treatment with Chinese herbal medicine which has no any side effect to patients and the treatment is comfortable to patients,that natural treatment has developed a series of systemic treatment which has been researched by the kidney experts in Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine.That is very effective to eliminate the swellings..If you want to know more information about that please contact us through the following:

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