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First Shen Jing (Kidney Channel) was massaged with supplementation method discount 5 mg buspar amex. Then Dan Representative Case Histories 201 Tian (CV 4-6) and Gui Wei (GV 1) were kneaded 100 times each. One treatment was given per day, and seven times equaled one course of therapy. After massaging the child, moxa was used with the warming method on the acupoints Guan Yuan (CV 4) and San Yin Jiao (Sp 6). Each day, this treatment was given one time, and seven times also equaled one course of treatment. After applying this treatment one time, the child slept more peacefully and had no enuresis. After continuing to use this method one time a day for one week, the enuresis was eliminated and all other symptoms improved. Case 27:27 The patient in this case was an eight year-old female whose initial visit took place on June 12, 1995. This child had suffered from enuresis for many years, and, typically, her urination was frequent but scanty. The enuresis was accompanied by a white facial complexion, an emaciated body, fatigued spirit, lack of strength, scanty appetite, and sloppy stools. Her tongue was pale with thin, white fur, and her pulse was moderate (or slightly slow) and fine. Therefore, the treatment principles were to supple- ment and warm the lungs and spleen and secure and astringe the lower origin. Before doing anything else, Pi Jing (Spleen Channel) and Fei Jing (Lung Channel) were massaged with supplementation method. This treatment was given once per day, and seven times equaled one course of treatment. After massaging the fore- going points, moxa was used with warming method on the acu- points Guan Yuan (CV 4) and Zu San Li (St 36). Each point was stim- ulated for five minutes, and each day the treatment was given one time.
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