Arrest Seizures Pill
Transform Phlegm and Extinguish Wind
Scours Out Phlegm, Opens the Sensory Orifices, and Extinguishes Wind
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Recurrent vertigo, weakness, and a stifling sensation in the chest followed by a sudden loss or clouding of consciousness together with falling down, upward-rolling of the eyes, deviation of the mouth, spitting up of mucus with a loud, raspy sound, and in severe cases, tonic-clonic convulsions, sudden shrieking, or incontinence of the bowels or urine.
The tongue coating is white and greasy, and the pulse is usually wiry and slippery.
This formula has no significant heat-clearing or tonifying properties and should therefore not be used without modification for seizures associated with Liver fire with phlegm-heat, Liver and Kidney Yin deficiency, or Spleen and Stomach deficiency.