Full Bath Therapy2014-09-21 10:49
Full Bath Therapy is a kind of external apply cure method, the mainly function of it is to discharge toxic pathogen in the meridians and visceral.
1. In which way that Full Bath Therapy to discharge toxins
With the aid of warm gas in medicines and medicinal soup, promote flow of meridians and qi and blood, make pores open and acupoints unimpeded.
The medicines for full bath permeate into striae and meridians through pores and acupoints, enter into viscera along meridians, disperse lung and open orifice, warm kidney and strengthen yang. With such actions, they can restore dispersing and descending of lung as well as steaming and transforming of kidney, discharge toxic pathogen in meridians through sweat and in viscera through urine.
Bath in the medicinal decoction made by medicines with discharging function.
Cold should be treated with medicines that can warm kidney and strengthen yang; Heat should be treated with medicines that can clear heat and eliminate dampness; pain should be treated with medicines that can promote qi circulation and relieve pain; Edema should be treated with medicines that can induce diuresis for removing edema.
3. Medication Guide
Bath in 5000 ml decoction with optimum temperature (35℃-40℃ is desirable. The temperature can be also adjusted according to different patients.) Usually, immersion bath lasts for 40-90 minutes, it can be adjusted according to different patients.
With addition of massaging acupoints, effects will be better.
Short course of treatment for seven days, long course of treatment for 49 days.
4. Short-term effects
Stable weight loss, increased resistance, relief of joint pain, improved sleep, increased appetite, warm hands and feet, sweating, detumescence, rosy and exquisite skin, relief of body itch.
Pay attention to water temperature to avoid scald. Diabetic patients whose skin sense of warm and pain should be cautious.
Patients with abnormal blood pressure should be treated under particular circumstances.
This therapy is contraindicated in pregnant women.