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Migraine is a primary headache, very common clinically, mostly hemigraine, showing paroxysmal, moderate to severe, throbbing headache. Migraine, also known as “head wind”, is a periodic attack disease caused by internal injuries of the seven emotions, qi and blood stasis blocking the meridian, connecting to the viscera and viscera, and being attacked by exogenous pathogens. The global incidence of migraine is about 2%. If it is not treated in time, it will greatly affect the quality of life of patients. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the cause of migraine is the attack of external wind evils, internal emotions, diet, and fatigue, which block the meridians of the head, resulting in poor circulation of qi and blood, blockage of the meridians of the brain, and headaches. It is clinically believed that migraine is most closely related to wind, phlegm, blood stasis, and deficiency, and can be broadly divided into the following four syndrome types:

1. Invasion of wind and cold, blood stasis in veins Symptoms are rapid onset of headache, pain associated with the neck and back, the pain is mainly throbbing, throbbing or severe pain, fear of wind, and the pain will be aggravated by wind and cold, reddish tongue or petechiae, thin white fur, The pulse is floating and tight. There is a history of migraine attacks, abnormal work and rest, and obvious causes of exogenous wind and cold. Control when expelling wind and cold, resolving exterior syndrome, promoting blood circulation, dredging collaterals and relieving pain. Recipe uses Chuanxiong tea to adjust powder addition and subtraction.

2. Excessive emotion, Qi stagnation and blood stasis Symptoms are splitting headache and dizziness, rapid onset, or to the left or right, or even to the eyes and teeth, showing paroxysmal pulsating pain, stabbing pain, and electric shock-like pain, accompanied by irritability, restlessness, and chest pain. Pain in the hypochondriac, or accompanied by nau.