Dysenteric Disorder

Dysenteric disorder is a type of diarrhea that is characterized by the presence of blood, mucus, and pus in the stool. This condition can be caused by a number of different factors, including infection with bacteria or parasites, and chronic inflammatory bowel disease. In Chinese medicine, dysenteric disorder is seen as a result of imbalances within the body that affect the functioning of the internal organs. Treatment for this condition may involve the use of herbs and other natural remedies to restore balance and improve symptoms.