Effect of Xiao Qinlong Wan in the
treatment of various clinic diseases
(Clinic research reports)
Xiao Qinglong Wan is one of the most famous
Chinese herbal formula in clinic. It is basically used for a
clinic phenomenon in which patients feel cold or fever (more
cold than fever), have more clear running nose, asthma (the
asthma is so severe that the patients feel hard to lie evenly at
night for a sleep). They may also have swelling here and there
in the body (so called local swelling) without thirsty (it is
very important that patients have no strong thirsty). Such
phenomena can be seen in lots of clinic conditions (e.g.
diseases diagnosed by western medical system), so that it is
used in large various clinic conditions. Here we introduce some
of the clinic conditions in which the Xiao Qinglong wan (wan
mans pill in Chinese) works very well.
It should be pointed out that ANY Chinese
herbs should be used according to Chinese herbal therapy. It
means that it should be used according to a diagnosis by Chinese
medicine, not by a western medicine. Information here for the
introduction of clinic effectiveness of herbs is to show how
good they are in the treatment of various “diseases”, but in the
TCM view, it works in so many clinic diseases simply because all
of the effective cases showed a common phenomenon: Cold syndrome
with water accumulation on the concept of Chinese medicine.
Therefore, readers should not ask me the question as “Dr.
Martin, can I use this pill for my asthma…?” If you ask me in
this way, I will tell you that you have to come to let me see if
you belong to such Cold syndrome with water accumulation.
(1). Spring allergic eye infection
In this article, “cured” means the patients
have no more similar symptoms for years. “Effective” means the
illness is pretty much under control. The reports are all from
clinic journals published in China in
Chinese, so that the source of data is omitted here.
In a group of total 28 cases with such
spring allergic eye infection, the herbal pill made 10 patients
cured, 16 is under clinic control with only 3 cases no effect.
(2). Allergic sinusitis
(3). Urine leak in elderly patients
(4). Asthma in children
(5). Pulmonary heart disease
(6). Acute onset of chronic bronchitis
(7). Systemic lupus erythematosus
In this group, patients in both herbal
group and western medicine group are treated for 4 mouths.
The western medicine drug used is Prednison.