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Pin Yin
Rx. Ginseng Ren Shen 2.5g Powerfully tonifies Yuan Qi, tonifies Qi of the Spleen, Stomach, Lungs and Heart.
Bombyx Batryticatus Jiang Can 50g Dispels Wind, disperses Wind-Heat, stops itching and pain, transforms Phlegm, softens hardness, eliminates toxins and dissipates nodules.
Alumen Ming Fan 2.5g Relieves toxicity (purges Fire), dries Dampness, restrains and inhibits sores, generates flesh and transforms putrefication.
Petiolus Trachycarpi Zong Lu Pi 2.5g Astringes leakage of Blood and stops bleeding.
Rx. Puerariae Ge Gen 2.5g Discharges Exterior conditions, relieves Heat and generates fluids.
With Ren Shen, for diarrhea due to Spleen Deficiency.
Rx. Phaseoli Lu Gen 5g Clears Heat and irritability from the Lungs and Stomach, generates fluids, clears Stomach Heat, regulates Stomach Qi, relieves thirst and stops vomiting.
Suslik Bones Huang Shu Gu 5g No information
Membrana Follicularis Ovi Feng Huang Yi 7pcs Nourishes Yin and cleanses the Lungs.
Catharsius Qiang Lang 7pcs Relieves constipation, attacks toxins, disperses Blood Stagnation and calms the Shen.
  • Tonifies Qi
  • Disperses Wind-Heat
  • Transforms Phlegm
  • Softens hardness,
  • Eliminates toxins and
  • Dissipates nodules
  • Toxic Heat
  • Epistaxis, usually a small amount of Blood (initial stage)
  • Nasal obstruction (early stage)
  • Tumor in the nose
  • Tinnitus
  • Deafness
  • Masses of the neck
  • Vernet's syndrome
  • Platoplegia
  • Asymmetry of the palate
  • Disappearance of the mouth opening
  • Migraines
  • Dysphagia
  • Choking sensation while drinking
  • Hoarseness
  • Exophthalmos
  • Usually asymptomatic at the early stage
  • The tumor may appear as a cauliflower-like nodule or ulceration on the nasopharynx or as membrane erosion of abnormal color
  • If the tumor infiltrates to the submucosal layer, the surface of the membrane will be smooth and the nasopharynx will be depressed
  • Cranial nerve involvement is reflected by:
    Paralysis of the eyeball
    Facial hypothesia or hypoalgesia
    Difficulty opening the mouth
    Inclination of the tongue when it protrudes
    Paralysis of the soft palate
    Disappearance of the gullet response
  • Blindness