|Wu Gong - Extinguish LV Wind
|Wu Gong - Dr Wu's Gong and the Centipede
When Dr. Wu went to gong his gong, a centipede attacked
and relieved its toxicity on his hand, which caused a nodule
to appear. Dr Wu briefly went into spasms and convulsions,
but once the wind was extinguished he noticed
that the painful blocked collaterals in his
arthritic hand had were magically opened!
But hs pregnant (cc: pregnancy) wife went into
spasms (cc: wind due to blood deficiency) when
she overdosed (cc: caution overdose due to toxicity)
- obvioulsy not for her!!
English Name: centipede
Pharmacuetical Name: Scolopendra
Properties: toxic, acrid,
Explanation of Key Words in this story...
|attacked and relieved its fire toxicity...
||attacks and relieves fire toxicity... relieves
|spasms and convulsions... wind was extinguished
||stops spasms and convulsions; extinguishes
|painful... blocked collaterals
||opens channels to stop pain
Wu Gong Actions and Indications
- Extinguishes wind; stops spasms and convulsions (acute
and chronic childhood convulsions, opisthotonus, tetanus, seizures)
- Attacks and relieves toxins, dissapates nodules (topical
or internal use on toxic nodules, sores, carbuncles, scrofula, poisonous
- Opens Channels to stop pain (stubborn headache, migraines,
painful bi, sequelae of stroke)
- (cc: pregnancy)
- (cc: caution overdose due to toxicity)
- (cc: wind due to blood deficiency)
- There is no need to remove the head and tail, as studies show that Wu Gong is strongest when used whole.
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