|Posted on Tuesday, July 06, 2004 - 11:34: |
Dear Dr. Halevi,
Daughter of my niece is diagnosed with Haemangioma which is defined in dictionary as a usually benign tumor made up of blood vessels. This angioma is very deep in calf and not skin deep. It is most likely to be very very old lasion or even from birth, but identified now, 20 years after birth. Ub and Gb meridian side of leg are more affected by pain. I have read that Extraordinary vessels treatment with Lu7 K6 CV1 combination dissolves eight types of tumours. Would you recommend starting with Lu7 K6 CV1? In what sequence? Any other recommendation?
|Posted on Wednesday, July 07, 2004 - 12:12: |
Greetings DD Chhaya. The combination you are referring to is probably useful in tumors of the uterus or lower abdomen in general, but not for this type of angioma. The best treatment would be needling local points to surround the angioma + warming needle with moxa. Use blood-moving-quality points of the traversing meridian(s) with a proper blood invigorating manipulation technique. Also adequate herbal preperations may be added to enhance the treatment.
|Posted on Wednesday, July 07, 2004 - 14:42: |
Thank you Dr. for quick reply. I shall refer to the blood moving quality points in Gb and Ub meridians and also Sp and Liv meridians for completeness of all directions of calf and then come back to you for help. Would you kindly explain blood invigorating manipulation technique?
|Posted on Thursday, July 08, 2004 - 15:34: |
Greetings DD Chhaya. You may read about this in my article at: