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Tonifying Qi & Blood

There are many ways to replenish qi and blood, and clinically, it is mainly through taking drugs, acupuncture, physical exercise, or dietary therapy to replenish qi and blood.

1. Taking drugs: can be taken orally to replenish qi and nourish the blood of Chinese medicine or Chinese medicine soup to replenish qi and nourish the blood. Common Chinese medicines for tonifying Qi and nourishing blood include Astragalus, Angelica sinensis, Radix Angelicae Sinensis, Codonopsis, red dates, longan meat, etc. Chinese herbal medicines include Bazhen Tang, Gui Spleen Tang, Radix Angelicae Sinensis and Sijunzi Tang, Sijunzi Tang, and Six Junzi Tang;

2. Acupuncture and moxibustion: acupuncture and moxibustion can be carried out on QiHai, Zusanli, Piyu, Shenyu, and other acupuncture points, which can play a role in promoting the generation of qi and blood;

3. Physical exercise: you can practice qigong guiding techniques such as Ba Duan Jin, Yi Jin Jing, Tai Chi Chuan, etc., which can play a role in exercising the body and enhancing qi and blood;

4. therapeutic food: daily life can be appropriate to eat mutton, wolfberry, jujube, red beans, and other foods, also has a certain auxiliary effect of replenishment of qi and blood.

In addition, it should be noted that, due to the weak qi and blood people with low immunity, so need to prevent cold and warm, avoid cold. During the period of taking medicine to replenish qi and blood, pay attention to avoiding eating spicy and stimulating food, and must be taken under the guidance of a regular Chinese medicine doctor. In acupuncture, one must pay attention to safety, and good sterilization, to avoid infection.
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