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Erectile Dysfunction

Cold Stagnation

Clinical Manifestations

  • Cold extremities and body, purple lips, severe muscle aches and abdominal cramping, maybe diarrhea
  • T: Normal
  • P: Deep, slow and weak, or deep, slow and tense.


  • Constitutional Yang deficiency+ pathogenic cold or just pathogenic cold in the Liver channel leading to cold stagnation which blocks Qi and Blood in the channels that pass through the genital area.

Treatment principle

  • Warm and remove cold stagnation


  • Wu Zhu Yu Tang or Dang Gui Si Ni Tang

Yang Collapse

This is a critical condition, the Liver is dying.

Clinical Manifestations

  • Spontaneous cold sweating
  • Semi-consciousness or unconsciousness

Treatment Principle

  • Obviously the penile retraction will be secondary to the more immediate need to rescue and restore the Yang before the patient expires.


  • Gui Yang Tang


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