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Onur Quiz 4

Onur Quiz 4 - formulas - part 1

Cang Er Zi San(herbs) Cang Er Zi, Xin Yi Hua, Bai Zhi, Bo He
Cang Er Zi San -indication Nasal Congestion and Runny nose due to WIND-HEAT.
Jia Wei Cang Er Zi San- indication Add Ju hua, Jin ying hua, Lian qiao to Cang Er Zi San for thick, turbid, yellow green discharge (sinusitis)
Xin Yi San - indication WIND-COLD with nasal congestion/discharge, headache and body ache esp. in Yang meridians.
Chuan Xiong Cha Tiao San Headache due to Wind-Cold invasion
Bai Hu Tang(herbs) Shi Gao, Zhi Mu, Zhi Gan Cao, Geng Mi
Bai Hu Tang - indication Yang Ming channel syndrome or WFD in Qi level w/ blazing heat. 4 Bigs.
Zhi Zi Dou Chi Tang Lingering Qi level heat causing restlessness, insomnia, irritability
Qing Ying Tang WFD in Ying level(fever worse at night,better in day), lots of heat, possible delerium
Xi Jiao Di Huang Wan WFD in Blood level(fever worse at night, better in day) Bleeding is a key symptom, delerium
Huang Lian Jie Du Tang(indication and herbs) Fire toxin in all three burners. Herbs include 3 yellows and Zhi zi w/ gancao and da zao to protect SP(like strong antibiotic)
Xie Xin Tang Damp-Heat w/ interior clumping and accumulation(heat, irritability, constipation)
Pu Ji Xiao Du Yin Massive febile disorder of the head. Epidemic toxin w/ Wind-Heat + Damp-Phlegm
Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin(indication and herbs) Fire toxicity on the skin.Jin Yin Hua, Ye Ju Hua, Pu Gong Yin, Zi Hua Di Ding, Zi Bei Tian Kuei
Yin Qiao Ma Bo San Damp-heat collecting in Lung. Tx: Severe sore throat with great difficulty in swallowing.
Ma Xing Shi Gan Tang(indication and herbs) Heat lodged in LU (and ST). All herbs in title. Ma Huang/Shi Gao are chiefs. This is W-C turning to LU heat.
Xie Bai San Smoldering fire w/ Yin xu d/t heat constrained in Lung. Skin is hot at surface only and cough is clear(not goopy).
Wei Jing Tang Lung abscess d/t toxic heat obstructing the Lung (w/ phlegm & blood stasis)
Ting Li Da Zao Xie Fei Tang Drains phlegm fluids and heat in the LU. Pleural Effusion. The 2 herbs are in the title.
Qing Wei San Heat accumulation in ST w/ toothache and swollen/painful gums
Yu Nu Jian Excess ST heat damaging Yin. Key sxs is gnawing hunger
Xie Huang San Smoldering latent fire in Spleen. Lip and mouth ulcers, canker sores.
Long Dan Xie Gan Tang Damp-Heat in LR/GB. Mean anger is symptom. Long Dan Cao is chief.
Zuo Jin Wan LR/ST disharmony(LR overacting on ST) with rebellion.
Bai Tou Wen Tang Dysentery due to toxic damp-heat. More blood than pus.
Shao Yao Tang Dysentery due to damp-heat. Blood and pus equal. SHao Yao as chief focuses on pain.
Qing Hao Bie Jia Wan Late stage WFD, Yin consumed, latent heat still smoldering in Yin level.Fever & sweat at night, coolness & no sweat by morning; or chronic tidal fever.
Qing Gu San Lr & Ki yin xu → steaming bone disorder
Da Cheng Qi Tang(herbs) Da Huang, Mang Xiao, Zhi Shi, Hou Po
Da Cheng Qi Tang - indications 1.Yangming Fu. 2.Constipation or burning diarrhea 3.Interior excess heat. 4 Bigs, yellow or black tongue coat w/ prickles.
Xiao Cheng Qi tang - herbs and indications Da Huang, Hou Po, Zhi Shi Mild purgative. Sxs do not include pain and dryness.
Tiao Wei Cheng Qi Tang - herbs and indications Da Huang, Mang Xiao, Gan Cao. Mild purgative. Sxs include more dryness.
Da Huang Gan Cao Tang Mildest Purgative. Contains Da Huang and Gan Cao only.
Da Huang Mu Dan Tang Early stage intestinal abscess / Appendicitis
Liang Ge San Clears heat and clumping from diaphragm(and up). For Heat sensation in chest, red face, sore throat, nose bleed, mouth sores.
Ma Zi Ren Wan Habitual constipation d/t St & LI heat & dryness - Mixed excess & deficiency.
Run Chang Wan Constipation d/t blood xu and dryness.Moisten LI, move bowels, nourish blood & yin. Can be used long term.
Zeng Ye Cheng Qi Tang Yin Xu Constipation. Moistens BMs, nourishes Yin
Ji Chuan Jian KD Yang or Qi Xu constipation (good for elderly)Can be used long term.
Da Huang Fu Zi Tang Sever cold in the interior w/ constipation. (COnstipation with cold signs.)
San Wu Bei Ji Wan For emergencies. Warms interior, purges bowels
Xiao Chai Hu Tang - herbs Chai Hu, Huang Qin, Ban Xia, Ren Shen, Sheng Jiang, Da Zao, Zhi Gan Cao
Xiao Chai Hu Tang - indication For Shao yang syndrome. Also for cold lodged in uterus. For any hepatitis. For allergy.
Xiao Chai Hu Tang - symptoms Alt chills/fever, dry throat, bitter taste, distention & fullness in hypochondria, N/V, poor app, dizziness, wiry pulse
Da Chai Hu Tang - indication Shaoyang + Yangming Fu syndrome(Shaoyang went into the intestines.)
Si Ni San - herbs Chai Hu, Zhi Shi, Bai Shao, Gan Cao
Si Ni San - indication LR Qi Yu w/Yang qi constraint in chest(turns to heat and causes cold extremities.)
Chai Hu Shu Gan San Liver Qi + blood stagnation causing pain(often PMS pain)
Xiao Yao San - herbs Chai hu, Bo he, Bai shao, Dang gui, Bai zhu + Fu ling, Sheng Jiang + Zhi gan cao
Xiao Yao San - indication Liver Qi Yu + Xue xu + SP Qi Xu (possible damp), LR Overacts on SP. For LR Qi Yu + Xue Xu + SP Qi Xu sxs
Dan Zhi Xiao Yao San(or Jia Wei Xiao Yao San)- modification/indication Add Zhi Zi and Mu Dan Pi for LR QI YU + heat(irritability/anger)
Tong Xie Yao Fang - herbs Bai zhu, Bai shao, Chen pi, Fang Feng, Gan Cao. (First 3 are fried/Chao)
Tong Xie Yao Fang - indication Painful diarrhea d/t LR overacting on SP. Pain not relieved by BM.(Good for IBS)
Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang - indication Heat & cold complex stagnated in MJ.(feels like phlegm ball on Ren12 that comes/goes. For Pi Man Tu Li -Distention, fullness, vomiting, diarrhea.
Xing Su San Ext cool-dryness invasion (esp late Fall)Sxs inc: Chills w/o sweat, dry throat, thirst, and slight head ache, watery sputum, stuffy nose.
Sang Xing Tang Ext warm-dryness invasion (esp early Fall)mild fever, moderate cough w/ scanty sticky sputum, irritable, thirst. Rapid pulse is key.
Qing Zao Jiu Fei Tang Severe ext warm-dryness attack Lung, damage Qi & Yin. Sxs inc:high fever, severe/hacking drycough w/ scanty & sticky sputum, irritable, thirst
Which is indicated for the most heat signs? Xing su san, Sang Xing tang, or Qing Zao Jiu Fei Tang? Qing Zao Jiu Fei Tang
Sha Shen Mai Men Dong Tang Ext warm-dryness damage Lu & St Yin, Mild disperse & clear, more nourishing
Bai He Gu Jin Tang Lung & Kidney Yin xu(severe)& Lu dryness. For COPD, Chronic pharyngitis, LU TB.
Mai Men Dong Tang - indication LU/ST yin xu(root is ST Yin)PLUS rebellion of both organs. Can treat Xiao Ke.
Yu Ye Tang Xiao Ke disorder
Zeng Ye Tang Yin Xu leading to dry intestines and constipation
Wu Ling San - Herbs Ze xie,Fu ling,Zhu ling,Bai zhu,Gui zhi
Wu Ling San- indication Whole body edema, possible ext. syndrome.Inc. Edema, scanty,difficult urination.(Tai Yang Fu, acute nephritis, Meniers's/or ascites.
Zhu Ling Tang 1. Edema d/t clumping of water & heat 2. Heat-type Lin syndrome.
What is the difference between Zhu Ling San and Wu Ling San? Zhu Ling San is for warm sxs. Wu Ling San is for cold sxs.
Ping Wei San Damp-cold stagnation in MJ. Sxs include abdominal Pain with severe Nausea and vomiting.
Huo Xiang Zheng Qi Tang Ext W-C w/ int turbid damp retention(Summer heat, Stomach flu, food poisoning w/ Chills/Fever + N/V, diarrhea, HA, abd pain)
San Ren Tang Seattle Formula - 1.Damp-heat in Wei and Qi levels (early-stage)2.UJ D-H in San jiao. This is Dampness turned to heat in UJ but damp is still predominant.
Which two formulas treat superficial edema? Wu Pi San and Fang Ji Huang Qi Tang
Lian Po Yin MJ damp-heat w/ sudden turmoil. Similar to Qiang Huo Zheng Qi Tang but w/ more chest symptoms. Also more heat in general.
Yin Chen Hao Tang - herbs and indication Yin Chen Hao, Zhi Zi, Da Huang. For Damp-heat jaundice (Yang type)
Ba Zheng San - indication LJ /UB damp-heat, bloody Lin syndrome. Most common for UTI.
Ba Zheng San - herbs Qu mai(C), Bian xu(C), Mu tong, Hua shi, Che qian zi, Zhi zi, Da huang, Zhi gan cao, Deng xin cao.
Shao Yao Tang Damp-heat in the intestines. Sxs inc: Abd pain, diff. defecation, diarrhea Pus=Blood, tenesmus, burning anus sensation, scanty-dark urine.
What are the general indications for Er, San and Si Miao San? 1. Damp-heat in lower extremities 2. Damp-heat in lower-jiao.
Si Miao San - herbs Cang Zhu, Huang Bai, Chuan Niu Xi, Yi Yi Ren. Tx: Vaginal discharge, Lin syndrome, Diarrhea, etc.
Zhen Wu Tang Yin type Pitting edema d/t Ki & Sp Yang xu.Severe pitting edema below waist, abd pain worse w/ cold, scanty/difficult urine, heavy & achy limbs, cold limbs, aversion to cold.
Shi Pi Yin General pitting edema worse below waist, chest & abd fullness & distention poor app, loose stools, heavy & achy limbs, cold limbs, aversion to cold.
What is the difference between Shen Wu Tang and Shi PI Yin? Both treat pitting edema. Shen Wu Tang focuses on the KD. Shi Pi Yin focuses on the SP.
Bei Xie Fen Qing Tang Cloudy Lin d/t def cold of LJ
Qiang Huo Sheng Shi Tang Upper body or ext/mm layer W-C-D Bi synd. Mildly diaphoretic. Tx:Luo Zhen or stiff shoulder
Juan Bi Tang W-C Bi synd w/ Yang & Wei qi xu. Designed for cold but can be modified to focus on wind, damp, cold or WHOLE BODY PAIN.
What are the chief herbs of Juan Bi Tang? Qiang Huo and Du Huo.
Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang D: Cold Bi syndrome w/ longstanding LR/KD Xu.
Which 2 Formulas are for heat-predominant Bi syndrome? Gui Zhi Shao Yao Zhi Mu Tang and Xuan Bi Tang.
Gui Zhi Shao Yao Zhi Mu Tang Gui zhi tang variation for recurrent/acute Bi w/ localized heat(usually systemic cold)Swollen painful, hot joints that are worse at night. Tx: RA, Gout, Lupus flare-ups.
Xuan Bi Tang D-H Bi syndrome. Sxs inc: Painful Swollen Hot joints w/reduced mobility
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