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Traditional Chinese Medicine For Anal Itching

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If you have enlarged or bleeding hemorrhoids, then consider taking Chinese medicine and herbs to get relief from the pain, burning, itching, and irritation.

Hemorrhoids are a common problem that usually strikes 90% of people at least once in their lifetime. Also known as piles, they are swollen pads of tissue in and around the anal area. 

Though not a severe disease, enlarged or bleeding hemorrhoids may cause a lot of pain, irritation, and swelling. 

Fortunately, there are several remedies and medicines available for hemorrhoids. 

The right use of these medications and changes in lifestyle can effectively aid in alleviating hemorrhoids symptoms. 

The Chinese have employed several remedies to heal this condition. They use traditional herbs and medicines to provide relief from the pain, swelling, itching, and irritation. 

Some of the Chinese medications for hemorrhoids are Formula H, Hemorrease, and Musk Hemorrhoids Ointment

Are the Chinese medicines effective? What do they contain? Let’s find out: 

Chinese medicine for hemorrhoids is associated with five major patterns: intestinal wind, dry intestine, damp/heat, spleen deficiency, and blood stasis. 

Intestinal Wind: 

In this condition, fresh blood oozes out before or after passing bowels. You may notice blood on toilet paper or stool. 

Chinese herbs such as Huai Jiao Wan, Zhong Guo Zhi Gen Duan, and Yun Nan Bai Yao are used to control bleeding and alleviate the pain and irritation caused by hemorrhoids. 

Dry Intestine: 

This is a condition of chronic constipation with dry stools. Straining to pass bowels may cause swelling of the tissues. Bleeding may occur before or after defecation. 

Chinese remedies: Herbs may be used to get relief from constipation and facilitate easy bowel movements.

You can grind Qin Jiao Bai Zhu Wan to form 6 gram pill balls and take it one to three times daily. 

Ma Zi Ren Wan is available in a prepared form in stores. Zeng Ye Cheng Qi Tang and Run Chang Wan work by moistening the bowels to alleviate the pain. 

Jing Wan Hong works like a topical ointment to get relief from itching and inflammation.

Other useful medicines include Ba Zhen Tang, Gu Ben Wan, Liang Xue Di Huang Tang, and Huai Hua San. 


This condition is associated with inflamed internal hemorrhoids. The sufferer may notice fresh blood oozing out before or after defecation. 

The enlarged and swollen hemorrhoids may cause itching, irritation, burning, and pain. 

Chinese remedies: Grind Huai Hua San and take 9-gram dosages with 1 cup of hot water. You may add Di Yu if the bleeding is heavy. 

Jing Wan Hong works like a topical ointment. It reduces the itching, irritation and burning in and around the anal area.

Other useful herbs are Huang Lian Jie Du Wan and Zhong Guo Zhi Gen Duan. 

Spleen deficiency: 

In this condition, the hemorrhoids are quite painful and protruding. The bleeding may be scanty or heavy. 

Chinese remedies: Huang Tu Tang helps in controlling bleeding. Other useful herbs are Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan, Gui Pi Tang (Wan), and Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Wan). 

Blood Stasis: 

This is a condition of chronic hemorrhoids that may cause continuous or severe pain. The fissures are quite large and dark. Symptoms include bleeding, pain, irritation, and itching. 

Chinese remedies: Tao He Cheng Qi Tang aids in facilitating easy bowel movements. Jing Wan Hong works like a topical ointment to relieve inflammation and dryness. 

Other useful herbs are Huo Xue San Yu Tang, Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang, Tong Jing Wan, and Sheng Tian Qi Pian. 


Acupuncture claims to effectively heal hemorrhoids and make your life trouble-free. But, will it work for you? Let’s find out: 

What Is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an alternative medicine therapy originated in ancient China.

It is used mostly in the treatment of pain and nausea by placing needles in the skin. The points at which these needles are placed are known as acupuncture points.

Simply placing needles is not the way to use acupuncture; these needles are also manipulated to provide relief from pain.

Acupuncture needles are mostly made from stainless steel wire. When they are used repeatedly, it is important to have them sterilized before reuse.

Acupuncture Points

Acupuncture points are located along the meridians of the body. Meridians are the channels through which qi flows. Qi is believed in traditional Chinese medicine to be responsible for normal functioning of the body.

Practitioners of acupuncture believe that when the flow of qi is blocked at any point of the meridian, then the body will show signs of ill health since it is not properly functioning.

However, acupuncture points can be found outside of the meridians. Those found outside of the meridian are called extraordinary points.

A third group of acupuncture points exists; these, unlike the other acupuncture points, have no fixed locations and are mostly associated with chronic pain.

Currently, there are over 670 identified acupuncture points. With the inclusion of the ear as a body part for delivering acupuncture relief, this number has since increased.

Basically, acupuncture allows the treatment of certain medical conditions or the relief of pain in one part of the body from another body part.

The basic foundation of acupuncture is the belief that different parts of the body are linked together through the meridians. Therefore, it is possible to unblock a meridian from an acupuncture point to produce a desirable effect at a different point far from the acupuncture point.

In the practice of acupuncture, the body has been divided into different zones. Each specific point in the zone is identified by an alphanumeric code which serves as a guide to all acupuncturists.

Acupuncture and Hemorrhoids

Acupuncture is a recognized treatment for mild to moderate hemorrhoids. It can help relieve the pain, shrink the swollen tissues and blood vessels and stop any bleeding associated with hemorrhoids.

The acupuncture points for treating hemorrhoids can be found on the lower legs and ears. Sometimes the arms are also used.

Common acupuncture points used in the treatment of piles include Ciliao or BL 32, Huiyang or BL 35, Chengshan or BL 37 and Changqiang or DU 1.

Other identified acupuncture points used to provide relief for sufferers of hemorrhoids are Chengful or BL 36 which is right below the buttocks at the back of the thigh; Yinmen or BL 37 which is 6cm below Chengful; Fuxi or BL 38; Weiyang or BL 39; and Weizhong or BL 40 which are 8cm further lower and found behind the knees.

For prolapsed hemorrhoids, the cause in acupuncture is referred to as the Prolapse of Qi and the acupuncture points for treatment are on the top of the head.

Generally, acupuncture can provide relief from pain due to the hemorrhoids and also strain during bowel movements.

For some people, it provides total cure while others need to combine acupuncture with other remedies to fully cure their hemorrhoids.

How Does It Work? 

Acupuncture works on the central nervous system, by focusing on the sufferer’s overall health and immune system. It is also effective in relieving hemorrhoids symptoms. 

Acupuncture heals the hemorrhoids by finding out specific patterns in the body. The observation then is coupled with the acupuncture recommendations. 

This Chinese method works by identifying the body points that need to be dealt with in order to heal hemorrhoids. 

The body points identified through observation are connected to the nerve paths that lead to the anal area. 

Acupuncture aids in getting rid of the blood stasis and encourages blood flow to the rectal region. 

This heals the inflamed area and stimulates the growth of new tissues. 

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