Because of China's medical industry compared to other countries is not developed, so far, in the treatment of uremia which has been a problem, if it is confirmed to suffer from the disease, often the treatment time required for a long time, so many people will pay attention to the treatment of urinary sepsis remedies, but folk prescription for treatment of uremia still have many deficiencies.
What is the folk prescription that treats uremia?
1) self-made Yishen Jiedu Decoction addition and subtraction. Aconite, Atractylodes 15g, Radix Astragali, radix salviae miltiorrhizae, Radix Pseudostellariae, motherwort, Achyranthes, sarmentosum, violet, rhizome 15g, Eucommia 12g, rhubarb 6 ~ 15g (after).
2) Huang Lianwen Dan Decoction: 12g Coptis, pinellia 15g, Zhuru tangerine peel, orange 10g, rhubarb 6G, 6 ~ 15g (after), 30g (fried), aconite ginseng 10g. 2 times a day, three times a month, for a course of treatment.
For folk prescription in the treatment of uremia deficiencies:
Some folk prescription medicine is mainly symptomatic, rather than the cause, such as edema uremia in the treatment of some prescription drugs such as Euphorbia kansui root, etc. through Junxie by water method and achieve the purpose of swelling.
2)difficult to remedy the case
For Chinese medicine, pay attention to the treatment of syndrome differentiation, so according to each person's different treatment methods are different, but the prescription medicine is always unchanged.
For the shortcomings of the above treatment of uremia remedies that we all know it, so if you really want to cure uremia if it is best to use a scientific method, to treat this disease from the root, especially some young patients should pay special attention to friends, do not believe some remedies, delay the illness don't say, may also aggravate the condition. If you have any further questions, please contact our online doctor or leave a message for us. We will reply to you as soon as possible.
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