California License Exams, Pacific College Comps
Sedate the Liver and Extinguish Wind Decoction
Extinguish Internal Wind
Sedates the Liver, Extinguishes Wind, Nourishes the Yin, and Anchors Yang
Esays on Medicine Esteeming the Chinee and Respecting the Western (1918-1934)
Dizziness, vertigo, a feeling of distention in the eyes, tinnitus, feverish sensation in the head, headache, irritability, flushed face (as if intoxicated), and a wiry, long, and forceful pulse. There may also be frequent belching, progressive motor dysfunction of the body or development of facial asymmetry that occurs over a period of a few hours to a few days, severe dizziness and vertigo, sudden loss of consciousness, mental confusion with moments of lucidity, and an inability to fully recover after loss of consciousness.