Chinese Herbs To Regain Consciousness

Chinese herbs to regain consciousness are administered differently compared to other herbal classes. Sudden fainting often occurs in patients of apoplexy or epilepsy and with those suffering from convulsions or high fever. In apoplexy, for example, in order to arouse a patient who has fainted, it may be necessary to administer the herb by hand, which is one reason why this class of herbs comes in tablets and powder.

There are two different ways of suffering from loss of consciousness; one is called the "closed type" and the other is called the "prolapse type," and each should be treated differently. When a patient faints with closed fists, a locked jaw, rough breathing and a strong pulse, it is a closed type and should be treated by herbs in this class, such as benzoin.

But when a patient faints with open hands, a pale complexion and a weak pulse, it is a prolapse type, which should be treated by ginseng, an herb in class 16.


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