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biao xie 表邪  (in English and Chinese 中英文)

Compiled and translated by: Joe Hing Kwok Chu  興國編譯   

Biao xie

Biao xie literally means "exogenous evils". It is a term used in traditional Chinese medicine.

The six exogenous evils often invade through the mouth, nose or skin, and pores. When they stay in the superficial parts of the body, it is called biao xie. The syndrome includes fever, chills, headache, nasal congestion, cough and other symptoms.

表邪

外感六淫之邪,多從口鼻或皮毛侵入,其停留於淺表部位時稱表邪。常見發熱、惡寒、頭痛、鼻塞、咳嗽等癥狀。

 

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