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630 Questions

630 Questions About Chinese Herbal Medicine (B Flaws)

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1. Overuse of acrid, windy, exterior-resolving medicinals may: Damage yin fluids
2. Herba Ephedrae (Ma Huang)'s flavor and nature (i.e., temperature) are: Acrid, slightly bitter and warm
3. Herba Ephedrae (Ma Huang) gathers in or enters which "channels" Hand tai yin lung & foot tai yang bladder
4. One can reduce Herba Ephedrae (Ma Huang)'s effect of resolving the exterior and damaging yin by: Mix-frying with honey
5. Herba Ephedrae (Ma Huang) mainly treats: Wind cold exterior repletion pattern
6. Which of the following medicinals A) resolve the exterior, B) level panting, and C) disinhibit urination: Semen Tinglizi (Ting Li Zi)
7. Which of the following medicinals is not acrid and warm: Radix Bupleuri (Chai Hu)
8. Besides resolving the exterior, Ramulus Cinnamomi Cassiae (Gui Zhi) also: ALL THE FOLLOWING: a. Harmonizes the constructive and defensive b. Warms the channels and scatters cold c. Frees the flow of yang and transforms the qi d. Promotes the flow of the blood in its vessels
9. Which of the following medicinals should be used to treat exterior vacuity with sweating, aversion to wind, and emission of heat/heat effusion (i.e., "fever"): Ramulus Cinnamomi Cassiae (Gui Zhi)
10. Which of the following medicinals is best for treating painful menstruation and blocked menstruation due to A) resolve the exterior, B) rectify the qi, C) warm the middle, and D) transform turbidity: cold stagnating in the channels: Ramulus Cinnamomi Cassiae (Gui Zhi)
11. Which exterior-resolver A) expels wind, B) out-thrusts rashes, and C) stops bleeding: Herba Seu Flos Schizonepetae Tenuifoliae (Jing Jie Sui)
12. Folium Perillae Frutescentis (Zi Su Ye) can be combined with which of the following medicinals in order to A) resolve the exterior, B) rectify the qi, C) warm the middle, and D) transform turbidity: Herba Agastachis Seu Pogostemi (Huo Xiang)
13. Folium Perillae Frutescentis (Zi Su Ye) enters or gathers in which "channels": Lung & spleen
14. Radix Ledebouriellae Divaricatae (Fang Feng) gathers in or enters which of the following "channels": Foot tai yang bladder, foot jue yin liver, foot tai yin spleen
15. Which of the following medicinals is best for external contraction of wind cold with chest oppression due to concomitant qi stagnation: Folium Perillae Frutescentis (Zi Su Ye)
16. Which medicinal guides other medicinals to the tai yang and governing vessel: Radix Et Rhizoma Notopterygii (Qiang Huo)
17. Which acrid, warm exterior-resolver treats yellow and green nasal discharge due to heat: Radix Angelicae Dahuricae (Bai Zhi)
18. Which acrid, warm exterior-resolver also harmonizes the constructive and defensive and reduces the toxicity of other medicinals: toxicity of other medicinals: uncooked Rhizoma Zingiberis (Sheng Jiang)
19. Uncooked Rhizoma Zingiberis (Sheng Jiang) should be: Decocted after
20. Which of the following medicinals is best for external contraction of summerheat with emission of heat, aversion to cold, vomiting, and diarrhea: Herba Elsholtziae (Xiang Ru)
21. Which pair of medicinals treats stomach venter pain, nausea, and vomiting by fortifying the spleen and supplementing the qi: uncooked Rhizoma Zingiberis (Sheng Jiang) & Fructus Zizyphi Jujubae (Da Zao)
22. Uncooked Rhizoma Zingiberis (Sheng Jiang) is best for stopping which pattern of vomiting: Stomach cold
23. Flos Magnoliae Liliflorae (Xin Yi Hua) is commonly combined with which medicinal in order to free the flow of the orifice of the nose: Fructus Xanthii Sibirici (Cang Er Zi)
24. Which medicinal dispels wind, scatters cold, and opens the orifice of the nose: Flos Magnoliae Liliflorae (Xin Yi Hua)
25. In addition to resolving the exterior and clearing heat, Herba Menthae Haplocalycis (Bo He): ALL THE FOLLOWING: a. Clears the head and eyes b. Out-thrusts rashes c. Courses the liver and resolves depression
26. Which is the best medicinal for treating upper body joint and muscular pain due to wind, cold, and dampness: Radix Et Rhizoma Notoptergyii (Qiang Huo)
27. Herba Seu Flos Schizonepetae Tenuifoliae (Jing Jie Sui) and Radix Ledebouriellae Divaricatae (Fang Feng) both: Dispel wind and resolve the exterior
28. Which medicinal A) resolves the exterior and clears heat, B) disinhibits the throat, C) out-thrusts rashes, and D) moistens the intestines and frees the flow of the stool: Fructus Arctii Lappae (Niu Bang Zi)
29. Radix Et Rhizoma Ligustici Chinensis (Gao Ben, a.k.a. Hao Ben): Resolves the exterior, scatters cold, dispels wind, and eliminates dampness
30. Which medicinal is an exterior-resolver which also extinguishes internally stirring wind: Periostracum Cicadae (Chan Tui)
31. Which exterior-resolving medicinal is effective for treating a yang ming headache: Radix Angelicae Dahuricae (Bai Zhi)
32. Which of the following medicinals is known as ''summer Ma Huang'': Herba Elsholtziae (Xiang Ru)
33. Which of the following medicinals clears the liver and brightens the eyes: Folium Mori Albi (Sang Ye)
34. Which two medicinals can be combined with Folium Mori Albi (Sang Ye) when a wind heat external contraction mutually engenders liver heat causing redness and pain in the eyes: Flos Chrysanthemi Morifolii (Ju Hua) and Herba Menthae Haplocalycis (Bo He)
35. Which exterior-resolver is also an especially good reliever of diarrhea of various types: Radix Puerariae (Ge Gen)
36. Which of the following medicinals dispels wind, stops tetany, and brightens the eyes: Periostracum Cicadae (Chan Tui)
37. Which exterior-resolver is most often used in clinical practice to course the liver and rectify the qi: Radix Bupleuri (Chai Hu)
38. Which of the following medicinals is best for external contraction of wind heat with cough with phlegm and sore throat: Fructus Arctii Lappae (Niu Bang Zi)
39. When used to upbear yang, Radix Bupleuri (Chai Hu) is usually prescribed: In a smaller dose than usual
40. Which are more drastic in their exterior-relieving action: Herba Ephedrae (Ma Huang) and Ramulus Cinnamomi Cassiae (Gui Zhi)
41. Radix Bupleuri (Chai Hu): Courses the liver
42. Which is the best medicinal for removing screens from the eyes: Periostracum Cicadae (Chan Tui)
43. Of the following medicinals, Sang Ye, Gao Gen, Man Jing Zi, Chai Hu, Chan Tui, which is the best for clearing heat: Radix Bupleuri (Chai Hu)
44. Which of the following medicinals is best for an external contraction with emission of heat (or fever) with absence of sweating but headache and stiff neck: Radix Puerariae (Ge Gen)
45. Radix Bupleuri (Chai Hu) and Radix Puerariae (Ge Gen) both: Upbear clear yang
46. Of the following pairs, Sheng Ma+Niu Bang Zi, Jin Yin Hua +Bo He, Ju Hua+Chan Tui, Bo He+Lian Qiao, Sang Ye+Ju Hua, which A) dispels wind, B) clears heat, and C) resolves toxins: Rhizoma Cimicifugae (Sheng Ma) & Fructus Arctii Lappae (Niu Bang Zi)
47. Which of the following medicinals are all acrid, warm exterior-resolvers: Fructus Xanthii Sibirici (Cang Er Zi), Radix Et Rhizoma Notopterygii (Qiang Huo) & Herba Elsholtziae (Xiang Ru)
48. Which medicinals can be used to treat an external contraction of wind cold with absence of sweating but stiff neck: Radix Puerariae (Ge Gen) & Herba Ephedrae (Ma Huang)
49. Medicinals in the heat-clearing category clear which type of heat: Internal heat
50. Gypsum Fibrosum (Shi Gao) gathers in or enters which "channels": Lungs & stomach
51. Gypsum Fibrosum (Shi Gao)'s functions are to: Clear heat and drain fire
52. Which of the following medicinals clears heat and drains fire when taken internally and clears heat and heals sores when applied externally: Gypsum Fibrosum (Shi Gao)
53. Which of the following medicinals is best for toothache with a stomach fire pattern: Gypsum Fibrosum (Shi Gao)
54. Rhizoma Anemarrhenae Aspheloidis (Zhi Mu)'s functions are to: Clear heat and drain fire, enrich yin and moisten dryness
55. When Rhizoma Anemarrhenae Aspheloidis (Zhi Mu) is used to clear heat and drain fire in the case of yin vacuity/vacuity heat conditions, it is most commonly combined with: Cortex Phellodendri (Huang Bai)
56. To increase Rhizoma Anemarrhenae Aspheloidis (Zhi Mu)'s downbearing nature, it can be: Stir-fried in saltwater
57. Which medicinal clears both replete and vacuity heat: Rhizoma Anemarrhenae Aspheloidis (Zhi Mu)
58. In order to clear heat and resolve depression, cool the blood and stop bleeding, choose: Fructus Gardeniae Jasminoidis (Shan Zhi Zi)
59. Which of the following medicinals A) clears heat from the qi division with high fever and irritability and B) cools the blood and stops bleeding: Fructus Gardeniae Jasminoidis (Shan Zhi Zi)
60. Spica Prunella Vulgaris (Xia Ku Cao): Clears heat and scatters nodulations
61. Which of the following medicinals A) clears heat, B) engenders fluids, and C) treats lung abscess: Rhizoma Phragmitis Communis (Lu Gen)
Cornu ________ can be substituted for Cornu Rhinocerotis (Xi Jiao): Bubali (Shui Niu Jiao) (!!)
63. Which of the following medicinals does not clear heat and dry dampness: Folium Lophatheri Gracilis (Dan Zhu Ye)
64. Which Rehmannia (Di Huang) should you use if you want to cool the blood: uncooked Radix Rehmanniae (Sheng Di)
65. Which of the following medicinals is best for damp heat in the stomach and intestines causing diarrhea, dysentery, and vomiting: Rhizoma Coptidis Chinensis (Huang Lian)
66. Cortex Radicis Moutan (Dan Pi) is added to yin-supplementing formulas, such as Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavors Rehmannia Pills), because: ALL THE FOLLOWING: a. It clears heat and cools the blood b. It clears vacuity heat c. It quickens the blood and dispels stasis d. It drains ascending liver fire
67. Cortex Radicis Lycii Chinensis (Di Gu Pi) clears what kind of heat: Vacuity heat
68. Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis (Huang Qin): Does not easily damage stomach qi
69. Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis (Huang Qin) gathers in or enters which "channels": ** Lungs, stomach, large intestine, gallbladder **
70. Which medicinal clears heat, eliminates dampness, and quiets the fetus: Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis (Huang Qin)
71. Which of the following medicinals is best for lung heat cough: Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis (Huang Qin)
72. Which of the following medicinals is best for clearing heat, eliminating dampness, and draining liver fire: Radix Gentianae Scabrae (Long Dan Cao)
73. Rhizoma Coptidis Chinensis (Huang Lian) gathers in or enters which "channels": ** Heart, stomach, large intestine, and liver **
74. If there is lack of interconnection between the heart and kidneys, Rhizoma Coptidis Chinensis (Huang Lian) can be combined with: Cortex Cinnamomi Cassiae (Rou Gui)
75. Rhizoma Coptidis Chinensis (Huang Lian) should be: Decocted first (!!!)
76. Radix Gentianae Scabrae (Long Dan Cao) is commonly used to treat which of the following conditions: Abnormal vaginal discharge and external vaginal itching due to damp heat
77. Cortex Phellodendri (Huang Bai): Clears vacuity heat above and damp heat below AND Clears heat and resolves toxins
78. Radix Gentianae Scabrae (Long Dan Cao): ** Easily damages the stomach qi **
79. Radix Sophorae Flavescentis (Ku Shen) mainly treats: Skin diseases and genital sores
80. In real-life clinical practice, Cortex Fraxini (Qin Pi) is primarily combined with Radix Pulsatillae Chinensis (Bai Tou Weng) to treat: Damp heat diarrhea and dysentery
81. Flos Lonicerae Japonicae (Jin Yin Hua) is most commonly combined with what other heat-clearing, toxin resolving medicinal: Fructus Forsythiae Suspensae (Lian Qiao)
82. Flos Lonicerae Japonicae (Jin Yin Hua)'s flavor and nature (i.e., temperature) are: Sweet & cold
83. Which heat-clearing, toxin-resolving medicinal is often taken in China for the prevention of viral epidemics: Radix Isatidis Seu Baphicacanthi (Ban Lan Gen)
84. Herba Taraxaci Mongolici Cum Radice (Pu Gong Ying): ALL THE FOLLOWING: a. Clears heat and resolves toxins b. Courses the liver and resolves depression c. Disperses swelling and scatters nodulations d. Frees the flow of milk
85. Calculus Bovis (Niu Huang)'s (??!!) functions are to: Extinguish wind and resolve tetany, wash away phlegm and open the orifices
86. Herba Patriniae Heterophyllae Cum Radice (Bai Jiang Cao) is especially good for treating ____ lower abdominal pain due to damp heat stasis and stagnation: right-sided
87. Which medicinal is known to be empirically especially effective when there is cough with thick, greenish yellow phlegm: Herba Houttuyniae Cordatae Cum Radice (Yu Xing Cao) (!!)
88. Besides Herba Patriniae Heterophyllae Cum Radice (Bai Jiang Cao), which other medicinal is especially good for damp heat stasis and stagnation: Caulis Sargentodoxae (Hong Teng) (!!)
89. During a warm disease, which is the best of the following medicinals when heat has entered the constructive division with dry mouth and a red tongue: uncooked Radix Rehmanniae (Sheng Di)
90. Which of the following medicinals A) cools the blood and stops bleeding and B) quickens the blood and dispels stasis: Radix Rubrus Paeoniae Lactiflorae (Chi Shao)
Radix Scrophulariae Ningpoensis (Xuan Shen)'s flavor and nature (i.e., temperature) are: Bitter, sweet, salty & cold
92. Radix Scrophulariae Ningpoensis (Xuan Shen) can be used in all of the following conditions except: Evil heat exuberance with high fever, thirst, irritability, and a surging pulse (??)
93. Which of the following medicinals is best in cases of severe heat toxins, inability of rashes to be out-thrust, and dark, purple-colored rashes: ** Radix Lithospermi Seu Arnebiae (Zi Cao) **
94. Which of the following medicinals resolves toxins, eliminates dampness, and disinhibits the joints: ** Rhizoma Smilacis Glabrae (Tu Fu Ling) **
95. What clearing heat and resolving summerheat medicinal also upbears clear yang and stops bleeding: Folium Nelumbinis Nuciferae (He Ye) LOTUS LEAF!!
96. In order to fortify the spleen, eliminate dampness, and stop diarrhea without damaging yin fluids, Semen Dolichoris Lablab (Bai Bian Dou) is commonly combined with: Radix Dioscoreae Oppositae (Shan Yao)
97. Which of the following medicinals is commonly used to treat damp heat skin lesions: Cortex Radicis Dictamni Dasycarpi (Bai Xian Pi)
98. Which of the following medicinals not only cools the blood and abates bone-steaming emission of heat but also clears and drains lung heat: Cortex Radicis Lycii Chinensis (Di Gu Pi)
99. Both Cortex Radicis Lycii Chinensis (Di Gu Pi) and Cortex Radicis Moutan (Dan Pi): Clear vacuity heat
100. Both Radix Scrophulariae Ningpoensis (Xuan Shen) and uncooked Radix Rehmanniae (Sheng Di) treat: Heat evils in the constructive division with generalized heat, dry mouth, and a red tongue
101. Both Radix Gentianae Scabrae (Long Dan Cao) and Radix Sophorae Flavescentis (Ku Shen): Clear heat and eliminate dampness
102. Which two medicinals clear heat and cool the blood, nourish yin and engender fluids: Radix Scrophulariae Ningpoensis (Xuan Shen) & uncooked Radix Rehmanniae (Sheng Di)
103. Which two medicinals clear lung and stomach heat: ** Rhizoma Phragmitis Communis (Lu Gen) & Rhizoma Anemarrhenae Aspheloidis (Zhi Mu) **
104. Which two medicinals clear heat and cool the blood, quicken the blood and dispel stasis: Radix Rubrus Paeoniae Lactiflorae (Chi Shao) & Cortex Radicis Moutan (Da Pi)
105. Both Herba Portulacae Oleraceae (Ma Chi Xian) and Radix Pulsatillae Chinensis (Bai Tou Weng): Clear heat, resolve toxins, and treat dysentery
106. Both Spica Prunellae Vulgaris (Xia Ku Cao) and Radix Gentianae Scabrae (Long Dan Cao): Clear the liver
107. If one wants to make use of Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei (Da Huang)'s downward precipitating, bitter, and cold function and nature, it should be: Decocted after
108. When treating damp heat pattern jaundice, one should use: Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei (Da Huang)
109. Which precipitating medicinal enters the blood division: Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei (Da Huang)
110. Alcohol stir-fried Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei (Da Huang) is best for treating: Blood stasis
111. Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei (Da Huang) mainly treats: Heat accumulation constipation
112. Mirabilitum (Mang Xiao) should be: Dissolved in the strained decoction
113. Which of the following medicinals A) precipitates, B) softens the hard, and C) clears heat: Mirabilitum (Mang Xiao)
114. Semen Cannabis Sativae (Huo Ma Ren) is most appropriate for: Fluid dryness constipation
115. Which is the mildest precipitating medicinal which also treats intestinal worms and food stagnation: Semen Pharbiditis (Qian Niu Zi)
116. Which of the following medicinals A) precipitates and frees the flow of the stools and B) clears the liver and kills worms: Herba Aloes (Lu Hui)
117. Semen Pruni (Yu Li Ren) not only moistens the intestines and frees the flow of the stools but also: Disinhibits urination and disperses swelling
118. Which of the following medicinals is very hot and very poisonous: Semen Crotonis Tiglii (Ba Dou)
119. If, after taking Semen Crotonis Tiglii (Ba Dou), there is enduring diarrhea, this can be relieved by taking: Cold rice porridge
120. Radix Euphorbiae Kansui (Gan Sui), Herba Euphorbiae Pekinensis (Da Ji), and Flos Daphnes Genkwae (Yuan Hua) all treat: Abdominal ascites and fluid accumulation in the chest and abdomen
121. Which of the following medicinals can be used to treat blood stasis pattern blocked menstruation or amenorrhea: Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei (Da Huang)
122. Which type of Poria (Fu Ling) is best when there is damp heat: Red Sclerotium Poriae Cocos (Chi Fu Ling)
123. What are the flavor and nature (i.e., temperature) of Sclerotium Poriae Cocos (Fu Ling): Sweet, bland & level (i.e., neutral)
124. Which function does Sclerotium Poriae Cocos (Fu Ling) not do: a. Seeps dampness and disinhibits urination b. Fortifies SP; harmonizes MJ c. Courses LR; rectifies qi d. Eliminates dampness and tsfs phlegm e. Calms the heart and quiets the spirit Courses the liver and rectifies the qi
125. Which symptoms does Sclerotium Poriae Cocos (Fu Ling) not treat: a. Edema & dysuria b. Phlegm obstr causing nausea, palpitations, cough c. Fatigue, LOA, diarrhea d/t SP xu d. Palpitations & insomnia e. Vexatious thirst d/t summerheat and DH diarr Edema & dysuria
126. Which of the following medicinals resolves the exterior and promotes perspiration, dries dampness and fortifies the spleen: ** Fructus Xanthii Sibirici (Cang Er Zi) **
127. Which of the following not only dries dampness and fortifies the spleen but also dispels wind dampness: Rhizoma Atractylodis (Cang Zhu)
128. Semen Coicis Lachryma-jobi (Yi Yi Ren) is unique because it both: ** Fortifies the spleen and clears and eliminates damp heat **
129. When used to clear heat and eliminate dampness, Semen Coicis Lachryma-jobi (Yi Yi Ren) should be used: Uncooked
130. Which medicinal treats both lung and intestinal abscesses: ** Semen Coicis Lachryma-jobi (Yi Yi Ren) **
131. Cortex Magnoliae Officinalis (Hou Po)'s flavor and nature (i.e., temperature) are: Bitter, acrid & warm
132. Which of the following medicinals can be used to treat damp obstruction causing qi stagnation: Cortex Magnoliae Officinalis (Hou Po)
133. Rhizoma Dioscoreae Hypoglaucae (Bei Xie) is commonly combined with ________ for turbid urine: ** Rhizoma Acori Graminei (Shi Chang Pu) **
134. Fructus Cardamomi (Bai Dou Kou): Dries dampness, rectifies the qi, warms the middle burner, and stops vomiting
135. Which of the following medicinals dries dampness, rectifies the qi, and quiets the fetus: Fructus Amomi (Sha Ren) (!!)
136. Fructus Amomi (Sha Ren) mainly treats: Spleen cold diarrhea
137. Which is the best medicinal for aversion to cold, emission of heat, chest oppression, vomiting, and diarrhea with thick, turbid tongue fur: l
138. Which medicinal A) eliminates dampness and clears summerheat and B) treats profuse saliva and a sweet, slimy taste in the mouth: Herba Eupatorii Fortunei (Pei Lan)
139. Which medicinals A) eliminate dampness and B) clear summerheat: Herba Agastachis Seu Pogostemi (Huo Xiang) & Herba Eupatorii Fortunei (Pei Lan)
140. Which symptoms can be treated by either Fructus Amomi (Sha Ren) or Fructus Cardamomi (Bai Dou Kou): Damp obstruction causing qi stagnation with disharmony of the spleen and stomach
141. Which of the following medicinals A) treats malaria-like (nue) conditions as well as B) warms the middle and dries dampness: ** vFructus Amomi Tsao-kuo (Cao Guo) ** (!!)
142. The modern standard dosage range for Semen Phaseoli Calcarati (Chi Xiao Dou) runs from: 9-30g
143. What medicinal is often combined with kidney yang supplements in order to prevent upward stirring of ministerial fire: *** Rhizoma Alismatis (Ze Xie) ***
144. Both Caulis Akebiae (Mu Tong) and Medulla Tetrapanacis Papyriferi (Tong Cao) clear heat and eliminate dampness. However, which one is better for clearing heat: Caulis Akebiae (Mu Tong)
145. Which of the following medicinals A) disinhibits urination and frees the flow of strangury and B) frees the flow of the breast milk: Caulis Akebiae (Mu Tong)
146. Which of the following medicinals is best for red urination, vexation and agitation, and sores in the mouth and on the tongue: Caulis Akebiae (Mu Tong) (!!)
147. Which of the following is not a function of Semen Plantaginis (Che Qian Zi): a. Clears the LU, tsfs phlegm b. Clears the LR, brightens eyes c. Disinhibits urination, frees strangury d. Seeps dampness, stops diarrhea e. Clears heat, resolves toxi Clears heat, resolves toxins
148. Semen Plantaginis (Che Qian Zi) should be: Wrapped for decoction
149. Which of the following medicinals is best for treating damp heat strangury: Talcum (Hua Shi)
150. Which of the following medicinals should be wrapped during decoction: a. Talcum (Hua Shi) b. Gypsum Fibrosum (Shi Gao) c. Concha Ostreae (Mu Li) d. Dens Draconis (Long Chi) e. Carapax Amydae Sinensis (Bei Jia) Talcum (Hua Shi)
151. Which medicinal treats both painful urination and constipation with dry stools: Semen Abutilonis Seu Malvae (Dong Kui Zi)
152. Which is the best of the following medicinals for treating damp heat skin diseases: Fructus Kochiae Scopariae (Di Fu Zi) (!!)
153. Herba Desmodii Styrachifolii (Jin Qian Cao) is best for treating: Heat & stone strangury
154. Which of the following medicinals is best for treating damp heat jaundice: Herba Artemisae Capillaris (Yin Chen Hao)
155. Medulla Junci Effusi (Deng Xin Cao)'s functions are to: ** Disinhibit urination, free the flow of strangury, clear heat, and eliminate vexation **
156. Herba Polygoni Avicularis (Bian Xu)'s functions are to: Disinhibit urination, free the flow of strangury, kills worms, and stop itching (!!)
157. Both Sclerotium Poriae Cocos (Fu Ling) and Semen Coicis Lachryma-jobi (Yi Yi Ren): Disinhibit urination, seep dampness, and fortify the spleen
158. Both Caulis Akebiae (Mu Tong) and Medulla Tetrapanacis Papyriferi (Tong Cao): Disinhibit urination, clear heat, and free the flow of breast milk
159. Which medicinal A) dispels wind dampness and B) resolves the exterior: Radix Angelicae Pubescentis (Du Huo)
160. Radix Angelicae Pubescentis (Du Huo) gathers in or enters which ''channels'': Kidney & bladder
161. Which wind damp medicinal A) dispels wind dampness, B) clears vacuity heat, and C) moistens the intestines: Radix Gentianae Macrophyllae (Qin Jiao)
162. Radix Clematidis Chinensis (Wei Ling Xian) should be combined with ________ for wind damp impediment pain in the lower extremities: Radix Achyranthis Bidentatae (Niu Xi)
164. Which of the following medicinals is good for damp heat impediment with red, swollen joints: Radix Gentianae Macrophyllae (Qin Jiao)
165. Which medicinal mainly treats upper extremity impediment pain: ** Ramulus Mori Albi (Sang Zhi) ** (!!)
166. Which of the following medicinals dispels wind, frees the flow of the network vessels, and settles fright: ** Agkistrodon Seu Bungarus (Bai Hua She) **
167. Which of the following medicinals treats both vomiting and diarrhea and muscle spasms: Fructus Chaenomelis Lagenariae (Mu Gua)
168. Radix Stephaniae Tetrandrae (Han Fang Ji) is best for treating: Damp heat impediment
163. A good medicinal for wind damp cold impediment pain complicated by liver-kidney vacuity is: Cortex Radicis Acanthopanacis Gracilistyli (Wu Jia Pi)
169. Which of the following medicinals A) dispels wind damp and B) supplements the liver and kidneys: ** Ramulus Loranthi Seu Visci (Sang Ji Sheng) **
170. All of the following medicinals dispel wind damp & are cool or cold except: a. Rx Stephaniae Tetrandrae (Han Fang Ji) b. Rx Gentianae Macrophyllae (Qin Jiao) c. Hb Siegesbeckiae (Xi Xian Cao) d. Cs Trachelospermi (Luo Shi Teng) e. Hb Asari (Xi X Herba Asari Cum Radice (Xi Xin)
594. Galla Rhois (Wu Bei Zi) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
593. Cortex Radicis Acanthopanacis Gracilistyli (Wu Jia Pi) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
592. Ramulus Uncariae Cum Uncis (Gou Teng) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
591. Semen Cuscutae Chinensis (Tu Si Zi) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
590. Fructus Corni Officinalis (Shan Zhu Yu) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
589. Fructus Ligustri Lucidi (Nu Zhen Zi) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
588. Fructus Meliae Toosendan (Chuan Lian Zi) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
587. Fructus Terminaliae Chebulae (He Zi) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: j
586. Herba Menthae Haplocalycis (Bo He) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
585. Sclerotium Poriae Cocos (Fu Ling) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
584. Radix Dioscoreae Oppositae (Shan Yao) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
583. Rhizoma Cyperi Rotundi (Xiang Fu) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: k
582. Cooked Radix Rehmanniae (Shu Di) is usually categorized as what kind of medicinal: j
581. Tian Ma Gou Teng Yin (Gastrodia & Uncaria Drink) is usually categorized as what kind of formula: k
580. Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang (Pinellia Drain the Heart Decoction) is usually categorized as what kind of formula: k
579. Wu Mei Wan (Mume Pills) is usually categorized as what kind of formula: k
578. Dry Rhizoma Zingiberis (Gan Jiang) is usually categorized as what type of medicinal: k
577. Uncooked Radix Rehmanniae (Sheng Di) is usually categorized as what type of medicinal: j
576. Semen Ginkgonis Bilobae (Bai Guo) is usually categorized as what type of medicinal: j
575. Fructus Pruni Mume (Wu Mei) is usually categorized as what type of medicinal: j
574. Si Wu Tang (Four Materials Decoction) is usually categorized as what type of formula: k
573. Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Minor Bupleurum Decoction) is usually categorized as what type of formula: k
572. Radix Bupleuri (Chai Hu) is usually categorized as what type of medicinal: k
571. Which medicinals should be added to Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder) for the treatment of liver depression and spleen vacuity with abdominal distention, lack of appetite, and bad breath: k
570. Which medicinals should be added to Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder) for the treatment of liver depression and spleen-kidney dual vacuity with enduring dampness and heat abnormal vaginal discharge: k
569. Which medicinals should be added to Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder) for the treatment of liver depression and spleen vacuity with depressive heat and phlegm in the stomach and lungs: k
568. Which medicinals should be added to Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder) for the treatment of liver depression and spleen vacuity with nausea and vomiting: k
567. Which medicinals should be added to Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder) for the treatment of liver depression and spleen vacuity with phlegm dampness: j
566. Which medicinals should be added to Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder) for the treatment of dizziness and vertigo: k
565. Which medicinals should be added to Shao Yao Gan Cao Tang (Peony & Licorice Decoction) for the treatment of peptic ulcers with spleen-stomach vacuity cold: j
486. Which is the better formula for a wind heat exterior pattern with cough: k
487. Which is the better formula for a wind cold pattern complicated by vacuity: k
488. Which is the better formula for a wind cold exterior pattern complicated by phlegm rheum: j
489. Which is the best formula for yang ming heat with concomitant yin vacuity: k
490. Which is the best formula for blood division heat: k
491. Which is the best formula for blood vacuity and stagnation of cold in the channels and network vessels: Dang Gui Si Ni Tang (Dang Gui Four Counterflows Decoction)
492. Which is the best formula for supplementing kidney yin: Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavors Rehmannia Pills)
493. Which is the best formula for supplementing a spleen vacuity with concomitant stomach and intestine qi stagnation: k
494. Which is the best formula for supplementing both kidney yin and yang: k
495. Which is the best formula for stopping urinary tract bleeding due to heart heat: k
496. Which is not an ingredient in Er Chen Tang (Two Aged [Ingredients] Decoction): k
497. Which is not an ingredient in Si Jun Zi Tang (Four Gentlemen Decoction): k
498. Which is not an ingredient in Si Wu Tang (Four Materials Decoction): j
499. Which is not an ingredient in Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Minor Bupleurum Decoction): j
501. Which is not an ingredient in Er Xian Tang (Two Immortals Decoction): k
500. Which is not an ingredient in Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder): k
502. Which is not an ingredient in Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Supplement the Center & Boost the Qi Decoction): k
503. Which formula is best for treating a defensive qi vacuity: k
504. Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang (Ephedra, Armeniaca, Gypsum & Licorice Decoction) treats coughing and panting due to: k
505. What is Radix Glycyrrhizae (Gan Cao)'s function within Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang (Ephedra, Armeniaca, Gypsum & Licorice Decoction): k
506. What are Herba Ephedrae (Ma Huang) and Semen Pruni Armeniacae (Xing Ren)'s functions within Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang (Ephedra, Armeniaca, Gypsum & Licorice Decoction): k
507. What are Cortex Magnoliae Officinalis (Hou Po) and Fructus Immaturus Citri Aurantii (Zhi Shi)'s functions within Da Cheng Qi Tang (Major Order the Qi Decoction): k
508. What are Radix Panacis Ginseng (Ren Shen), Fructus Zizyphi Jujubae (Da Zao), and Radix Glycyrrhizae (Gan Cao)'s functions within Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Minor Bupleurum Decoction): k
509. What is the function of Radix Albus Paeoniae Lactiflorae (Bai Shao) in Si Ni San (Four Counterflows Powder): j
510. What are Radix Bupleuri (Chai Hu) and Herba Menthae Haplocalycis (Bo He)'s functions in Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder): k
511. What are Gypsum Fibrosum (Shi Gao) and Rhizoma Anemarrhenae Aspheloidis (Zhi Mu)'s functions in Bai Hu Tang (White Tiger Decoction): k
512. The textbook pulse associated with Huang Lian Jie Du Tang (Coptis Resolve Toxins Decoction) is: k
513. The combination of Rhizoma Coptidis Chinensis (Huang Lian), Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis (Huang Qin), and Cortex Phellodendri (Huang Bai) in the above formula clears heat from: k
514. Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin (Universal Benefit Disperse Toxins Drink) mainly treats: k
515. The textbook pulse associated with Long Dan Xie Gan Tang (Gentiana Drain the Liver Decoction) is: k
516. Long Dan Xie Gan Tang (Gentiana Drain the Liver Decoction) treats: k
517. What are the functions of Radix Angelicae Sinensis (Dang Gui) and uncooked Radix Rehmanniae (Sheng Di) within Long Dan Xie Gan Tang (Gentiana Drain the Liver Decoction): k
518. Xie Bai San (Drain the White Powder) treats: l
519. Bai Tou Weng Tang (Pulsatilla Decoction) mainly treats: k
520. Qing Shu Yi Qi Tang (Clear Summerheat & Boost the Qi Decoction) treats: k
521. Gui Pi Tang (Restore the Spleen Decoction) treats: k
522. Yi Guan Jian (One Link Decoction) treats: k
523. Fructus Schisandrae Chinensis (Wu Wei Zi) and Semen Myristicae Fragrantis (Rou Dou Kou)'s functions within Si Shen Wan (Four Spirits Pills) are to: l
524. Which medicinal within Suan Zao Ren Tang (Zizyphus Spinosa Decoction) enable it to treat fever due to teething: l
525. Zhu Dan-xi posited six depressions. Which one doesn't Yue Ju Wan (Escape Restraint Pills) treat: k
526. What is the function of Herba Sargassii (Hai Zao), Thallus Algae (Kun Bu), Semen Citri Reticulatae (Ju He) within Ju He Wan (Orange Seed Pills): l
527. Ding Chuan Tang (Stabilize Panting Decoction) is mainly for the treatment of: k
528. Which is the best formula for treating nausea and vomiting during pregnancy due to liver depression/depressive heat and loss of stomach harmony: l
529. Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang (Supplement Yang & Recover the Five [Viscera] Decoction) mainly treats: k
530. Wen Jing Tang (Warm the Channels [or Menses] Decoction) treats: k
531. Tuber Ophiopogonis Japonici (Mai Men Dong)'s function within Wen Jing Tang (Warm the Channels [or Menses] Decoction) is to: k
532. Fructus Germinatus Hordei Vulgaris (Mai Ya)'s function within Zhen Gan Xi Feng Tang (Settle the Liver & Extinguish Wind Decoction) is to: k
533. Ramulus Cinnamomi Cassiae (Gui Zhi)'s function within Wu Ling San (Five [Ingredients] Poria Powder) is to: l
534. If there is concomitant jaundice and edema, which two medicinals might you add to Wu Ling San (Five [Ingredients] Poria Powder): l
535. Which is the best formula for wind phlegm one-sided (i.e., migrainous) headache: k
536. Wu Mei Wan (Mume Pills) treats: l
537. Within Wu Mei Wan (Mume Pills), Radix Angelicae Sinensis (Dang Gui): k
538. What two medicinals are added to Si Jun Zi Tang (Four Gentlemen Decoction) when spleen qi vacuity gives rise to phlegm dampness: k
539. Which medicinal may be substituted for Rhizoma Pinelliae Ternatae (Ban Xia) in Xiao Chai Hu Tang (Minor Bupleurum Decoction) if there is thirst: k
540. For yin vacuity thirsting and wasting with polyuria, which of the following medicinals should be removed from Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavors Rehmannia Pills) and replaced with Radix Trichosanthis Kirlowii (Tian Hua Fen): l
541. For liver blood-kidney yin vacuity low back pain, add which two ingredients to Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavors Rehmannia Pills): k
542. For kidney yin vacuity with concomitant qi vacuity, add which two ingredients to Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavors Rehmannia Pills): k
543. For kidney yin vacuity with concomitant damp heat and painful, dribbling urination, increase the dosages of which two ingredients in Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavors Rehmannia Pills): k
544. Add which of the following pairs of medicinals to Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavors Rehmannia Pills) if kidney yin vacuity is complicated by heat toxins: k
545. Which pair of ingredients can be added to Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavors Rehmannia Pills) to treat seminal emission: k
546. Which pair of ingredients can be added to Tong Xie Yao Fang (Painful Diarrhea Essential Formula) for painful diarrhea due to liver assailing the spleen complicated by hemafecia: k
547. Which pair of ingredients can be added to Tong Xie Yao Fang (Painful Diarrhea Essential Formula) for painful diarrhea due to liver assailing the spleen complicated by extremely watery stools: k
548. Which pair of ingredients can be added to Tong Xie Yao Fang (Painful Diarrhea Essential Formula) for painful diarrhea due to liver assailing the spleen complicated by chest and rib-side distention and pain: k
549. Which pair of ingredients can be added to Tong Xie Yao Fang (Painful Diarrhea Essential Formula) for painful diarrhea due to liver assailing the spleen complicated by tenesmus due to central qi fall: j
550. Which pair of ingredients can be added to Tong Xie Yao Fang (Painful Diarrhea Essential Formula) for painful diarrhea due to liver assailing the spleen complicated by dampness and heat: k
551. Which pair of ingredients can be added to Tong Xie Yao Fang (Painful Diarrhea Essential Formula) for painful diarrhea due to liver assailing the spleen complicated by severe qi vacuity: k
552. Which pair of ingredients can be added to Dang Gui Bu Xue Tang (Dang Gui Supplement the Blood Decoction) when spontaneous ejection of blood (i.e., epistaxis) is due to a combination of qi vacuity and blood heat: j
553. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Si Wu Tang (Four Materials Decoction) for the treatment of replete pattern stasis heat blocked menstruation (i.e., amenorrhea): j
554. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Si Wu Tang (Four Materials Decoction) for the treatment of cold congelation blocked menstruation (i.e., amenorrhea): k
555. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Si Wu Tang (Four Materials Decoction) for the treatment of blood heat: k
556. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Supplement the Center & Boost the Qi Decoction) when spleen qi vacuity is complicated by vacuity heat: j
557. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Supplement the Center & Boost the Qi Decoction) when spleen qi vacuity is complicated by kidney yang vacuity: j
558. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Supplement the Center & Boost the Qi Decoction) when spleen qi vacuity is complicated by kidney yin vacuity: j
559. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Supplement the Center & Boost the Qi Decoction) when spleen qi vacuity is complicated by kidney qi loss of securing: k
560. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Supplement the Center & Boost the Qi Decoction) when spleen qi vacuity is complicated by phlegm dampness: j
561. Which pair of medicinals can be added to Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang (Supplement the Center & Boost the Qi Decoction) when spleen qi vacuity is complicated by food stagnation: j
562. Which medicinals should be added to Shao Yao Gan Cao Tang (Peony & Licorice Decoction) for the treatment of peptic ulcers with stomach yin vacuity: j
563. Which medicinals should be added to Shao Yao Gan Cao Tang (Peony & Licorice Decoction) for the treatment of peptic ulcers with liver depression qi stagnation: k
564. Which medicinals should be added to Shao Yao Gan Cao Tang (Peony & Licorice Decoction) for the treatment of peptic ulcers with blood stasis: k
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