Disease: Peptic ulcer, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic gastritis, biliary tract infections, gallstones, chronic hepatitis, intercostal neuralgia, migraine, globus hystericus, epilepsy cerebral thrombosis, some types of neuroses including depression.
Main Symptoms: Focal distension and a stifling sensation in the chest and abdomen, reduced appetite, fixed pain in the hypochondria, belching, acid regurgitation, vomiting, indigestion, mild coughing with copious sputum.
Extra Symptoms: Stagnant Qi Predominates
Biliary Tract Infections, Chronic Gastritis, Chronic Hepatitis, Epilepsy Cerebral Thrombosis, Gallstones, Globus Hystericus, Intercostal Neuralgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Migraine, Peptic Ulcer, Some Types Of Neuroses Including Depression
Acid Regurgitation, Belching, Fixed Pain In The Hypochondria, Focal Distension And A Stifling Sensation In The Chest And Abdomen, Indigestion, Mild Coughing With Copious Sputum, Reduced Appetite, Vomiting
Stagnant Qi Predominates