How Chinese medicine treats liver cancer
Liver cancer is the king of cancer, with a high mortality rate and rapid development.
Western medicine is also helpless for liver cancer. For patients with advanced liver cancer, the length is 1-2 years, and the short is 2 months or even shorter.
So how does Chinese medicine treat liver cancer?
Therefore, we specially visited Professor Zheng Weida, Vice Chairman of the Cancer Branch of the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Member of the Central Committee of the Chinese Agricultural Workers’ Party, and President of Beijing Weida TCM Cancer Hospital.
Professor Zheng Weida said: According to the understanding of the etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and prognosis of liver cancer, primary liver cancer can be divided into four types of qi stagnation and blood stasis, spleen deficiency and dampness, liver and gallbladder dampness, and liver and kidney yin deficiency.According to clinical changes, add or subtract applications.
Professor Zheng Weida is a family of traditional Chinese medicine. He has been engaged in anti-tumor business of traditional Chinese medicine for more than 30 years and has rich experience in treatment.
In the interview with Professor Zheng Weida, we also asked the same question, how does Chinese medicine treat liver cancer?
Professor Zheng Weida believes that in the treatment of liver cancer, we can’t just stare at the “liver” and make a holistic treatment.
Although liver cancer is difficult to treat, it can prolong life for a certain period of time. This can be done.
From the perspective of TCM treatment, liver cancer is divided into the following types: 1.
Main symptoms of Qi stagnation and blood stasis type: chest tightness, abdominal distension, fatigue, fatigue, channeling pain or swelling in both sides, abdomen clumping, push it away, pale red or dark red or ecchymosis on the edge, thin white or slight furYellow, pulsed.
Rule: Shugan Qi, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, supplement the spleen.
Recipe: Xiaochaihu Decoction.
Chaihu, Scutellaria baicalensis, turmeric, Rhizoma Curcuma, Chenpi, Rhubarb, Chiba, Fried Atractylodes macrocephala, Puccinia officinalis, Hedyotis diffusa, Scutellaria barbata, Shijianchuan, Yanbai, etc.
The main symptoms of spleen deficiency and dampness are fatigue, fatigue, appetite, weight loss, abdominal distension, fullness, painful limbs, swollen feet, pale tongue, greasy fur, slippery or sloppy pulse strings.
Governance: Yiqi Jianpi Huashi, supplemented with Shuganhuoxue, soften phlegm.
Recipe: Sijunzi Decoction.
Codonopsis (or Pseudostellaria heterophylla), Atractylodes macrocephala, Poria cocos, White lentils, Red rattan, Coriander spp., Raw Longmu, August tasting, Potbelly skin, 鳖 Golden beetle, Dilong, Ginger pinellia.
Liver and gallbladder hot and humid type: deep jaundice, long-lasting, dull color, dark face, fever, pain, nausea, poor mouth, dry urine, short red tongue, red or palate tongue, yellow-brown or scorched yellow, pulse stringOr slip the number.
Rule: Qingli liver and gallbladder damp-heat, supplemented with blood circulation.
Recipe: Yin Chenhao Decoction plus Biejia Decoction.
Yinchen, Moneygrass, Lobelia, Lobelia, Saussurea, Raw Coix Seeds, Red Rattan, Mandrill, Rhubarb, Scutellaria, Turmeric, August Seed, etc.
Liver-kidney yin deficiency type syndromes: irritability, dry mouth, low fever, night sweats, weight loss, muscle soreness, short urine, redness, vomiting blood in the stool, or persistent ascites.astringent.
Rule: nourishing yin, softening liver and nourishing blood, supplemented by softness and firmness.
Recipe: Zishui Qinggan Yin Helan Dou Fengjing Decoction.
Habitat, Poria cocos, Paeonia lactiflora, Mandrill chinensis, Angelica, Danpi, Zexia, Zelan, Lulutong, Zhishizi, Bupleurum, Mandrillus, Turpentine, Turtle Board, etc
The main symptoms are not obvious: the patient has no obvious symptoms, only abdominal mass, or slight fatigue, poor appetite, bloating, red tongue, thin white fur, and flat pulse.
Rule: Spleen and Qi, soften phlegm.
Recipe: Sijunzi Decoction.
Prince Edward, Fried Atractylodes, Poria, Raw Oyster, Red Vine, Wild Grape Vine, etc.
The treatment of liver cancer has a long way to go and requires long-term exploration by Chinese and foreign experts to achieve it.