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					TCM Lung Disease
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Lung Physiology Lung Pathology Cases (Cough & Asthma)

Metal
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Sound
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Direction
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weeping grief dry-cool
autumn

west nose skin
LU/LI

Emotion
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Opening
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Climate
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Body Part
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Season
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Zang/Fu
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TCM LUNG Physiology
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Governs Qi & Respiration Dominates Ascending & Descending Control the Body Surface Opens in the Nose

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TCM LUNG Physiology
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Governs Qi & Respiration
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Inhales “clear” Qi Exhales “stale” Qi Forms Zong Qi from Gu Qi & clear Qi Qi help propel the Blood so Lung and Heart work together Stagnation of Lung Qi leads to cough and asthma

TCM LUNG Physiology
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Dominates Ascending & Descending
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Distributes defensive (wie) Qi and body fluid to entire body Helps maintain normal descending function, while receiving the ascending water vapor from the kidney

TCM LUNG Physiology
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Control the Body Surface
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Distributes body fluid to the tissues which in turn helps regulate skin moisture and sweating Provides Wei Qi

TCM LUNG Physiology
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Opens in the Nose
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Lung is a canopy over the other organs and very delicate Easily affected by pathogens (wind, heat, cold or dryness)

Lung Patterns

TCM 24 Hour Clock
LIV GB TH
1-3 AM

LU

3-5 AM

11-1AM

LI 5-7 ST SP HT
3-5 PM

AM

9-11 PM

7-9 AM

PC

7-9 PM 5-7 PM

9-11 AM

KID

11-1 PM

BL

SI

1-3 PM

Cough Pattern
Invasion of Lungs by Wind-Cold

Excess

Invasion of Lungs by Wind-Heat

Phlegm-Heat Cough

Yin Deficiency Cough

Deficiency

Lung Qi Deficiency Lung Yin and Qi deficiency

Invasion of the Lung with WindCold
Etiology Wind-Cold

attack

Lung Qi flow is obstructed

Cough

Silver (2 yr M TB)
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Fever- -104.5 (3 days) Thick, yellow nasal discharge Slight cough Tongue: Red and dry Pulse: Surging and fast No other signs 4 other horses on farm affected Dx: Wind-heat invasion of the lung

Silver Treatment
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Acupuncture
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EA
• GV-14→Bai Hui

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DN
• BL-13, Ding-chuan

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Aqua
• LI-4, LI-11

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Herbal
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Equine Yin Qiao
• 30-50 gm BID 7-10 days

Cappy (9 yr M/C Mix)
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Chronic cough and nasal discharge for 3 months Cold, wet nose Prefers warm Metal dog Tongue: Pale and wet Pulse: weak on right Dx: Lung Qi deficiency with stagnation

Cappy Treatment
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Acupunture
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LI-20, Bi Tong, Long Hui, LI-4, LU-7, LU-9, CV-17

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Herbal
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Bu Fei Wan Xin Yin San

Dyspnea/Asthma Pattern
Invasion of Lungs by Wind-Cold

Excess

Accumulation of Phlegm-Heat in Lungs

Lung Qi Deficiency

Deficiency

Lung Yin Deficiency
Lung-Kidney Qi Deficiency

Dyspnea/Asthma Pattern
Wind-Cold Wind-Heat Lung Def Kidney Def Attack
Lung

obstruct flow of the Lung Qi

control Qi Flow

reception of Qi

upward the Qi Flow

Dyspnea/Asthma

Allergy Heat

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Allergic heaves Worse in Summer Cool-seeking Tongue: Red and dry Pulse: Strong and fast Chronic heaves/asthma Emaciation Dry hair Dry and thick nasal discharge Dry cough Cool-seeking Tongue: Red and dry Pulse: Thready and rapid

LU-5/7, BL-13, Dingchuan, CV-22, LI-4/11, GV-14, Er-jian, Weijian Schisandra 5

Lung Yin Deficiency

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BL-13, KID-3, BL-23, SP-6, LU-7/9 Lily Combination

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Lung Qi Deficiency

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Chronic heaves/asthma Dyspnea worse when moving Weak voice Fatigue Exercise intolerance Tongue: Pale and wet Pulse: Deep and weak
Prolonged course of asthma Feeble asthma with low sound of respiration Exercise intolerance Loss of breath Worse asthma when moving Obvious heaves/asthma groove Tongue: Pale with thin coating Pulse: Deep and weak

BL-13, Qi-hai-shu, LU-7/9, ST-36, LI-10, BL-23/26 Bu Fei San

Kidney and Lung Qi Deficiency

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BL-13, BL-23, BL-26, KID-7/10, LU-7/9, LI10, ST-36, Ding-chuan, CV-22 Breath Easer

CDR Monkey (55 yr M Mix)
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Metal personality Overworking at perfection Recent problems with anger Occasional loose stools Exercise-induced asthma Tongue: Pale with tooth marks Pulse: Weak lung and kidney on right Dx: Kidney and Lung Qi deficiency

CDR Monkey Treatment
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Acupuncture
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DN
• LU-9, KID-3, LIV-3, Shen Shu (caudal), CV17

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Moxa
• ST-36

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Aqua
• HT-7

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Herbal
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Gecko formula

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Allergy Wind-Heat

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Allergic Rhinitis SInusitis Sneezing Nasal congestion with thick discharge Tongue: Red and dry Pulse: Fast

Tuo Ming Tang

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Wind Cold Damp

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Nasal congestion with clear discharge Sneezing Cool-seeking Tongue: Pale Pulse: Tight (wiry)

Xin Yin San

Phlegm Stagnation

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Thick, yellow, smelly nasal discharge Tongue: Red or purple Pulse: Deep and fast

Huey’s Formula

Clyde-O (6 yr M/C Mix)
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Rescue puppy Water dog
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Thunderstormphobia LS stenosis

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Nasal congestion in right nostril Sneezing Tongue: Red and purple Pulse: Forceful Dx: Wind Heat

Clyde-O Treatment

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Acupuncture
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LI-4, LI-20, GV-14, Long Hui

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Herbal
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Tuo Ming Tang

TCM Lung Disease
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I hope you all breath a little easier Look for the pattern and treat what you find

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