(in English and Chinese 中英文)
By: Joe Hing Kwok Chu
Liver Fire Ascending
This is a diagnostic term used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Syndrome: dizziness, headache with swelling sensation, red face with pink eyes, bitter and dry taste in the mouth, usually with insomnia, burping sour liquid. Usually the patients also have symptoms of hypertension, menopausal syndrome, mood problems. The plasma catecholamine (including epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine can higher than normal persons.
See liver yang acending.
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