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Herbal 2 Test 6

Pharmacopia 2 test 6 questions

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Pain Characteristics of Blood Stasis 1) localized 2) deep 3)sharp 4)colicky 5)long duration 6)can be intermittent
5 Common Sites of Blood Stasis 1)head 2)chest/upper abdomen 3)pelvic cavity/piles 4)site of trauma 5)abscesses and ulcers
What are three Characteristics of Masses palpable, hard and immobile
How does Heat lead to Blood Stagnation? Heat consumes fluids, dries blood and causes stagnation which can cause blood stagnation
How can Cold lead to Blood Stagnation? Cold slows circulation, leading to stagnation of blood which tends to sink to the MW and LW and create a mass
What are the characteristics of Stagnant Blood? Stagnant blood involves localized pooling of blood
What are the characteristics of Blood Stasis? Blood stasis generally involves masses which eventually causes more systemic stagnation
What is the effect of treating Blood Stasis on Shen? Shen resides in the blood. So when treat Blood Stasis or stagnation - often see an emotional release.
What 2 groups should you use caution with when treating with blood invigorating herbs? Pregnant women, and Yin Deficiency
Chuan Xiong has an affinity with what 2 organs? LV and GB
Chuan Xiong has an affinity with what body zone? Shao Yang
What does Chuan Xiong treat? 1)moves Blood and Qi for any blood stasis patterns 2)expels externally contracted Wind 3)specific for headaches
What two herbs do you combine Chuan Xiong with to treat Wind Cold Headaches? Fang Feng and Jing Jie
Chuan Xiong + Fang Feng + Jing Jie treats what? Wind Cold headaches
What is the temperature of Dan Shen? Slightly cold
Dan Shen is best known for what? Treating Blood Stasis in the Chest, soothing irritability and restlessnes and treating insomnia (due to Full or Empty Heat)
Where does Dan Shen move blood? In all three warmers
Clinically Dan Shen is commonly found in RX to treat what? Qi and Blood Stagnation in the channels
Dan Shen + Tan Xiang + Sha Ren treats what? Pain in the chest and abdo with stagnant Qi and Blood
To treat Pain in the chest and abdo with stagnant Qi and Blood, Dan Shen is combined with what 2 herbs? Tan Xiang and Sha Ren
Dan Shen + Dang Gui treats what? irregular menstruation
To treat irregular menstruation, Dan Shen is combined with what herb? Dang Gui
Dan Shen + Ru Xiang treats what? Pain and swelling due to blood stasis
To treat pain and swelling due to blood stasis, Dan Shen is combined with what herb? Ru Xiang
What herbal preparation enhances its ability to move Blood? process herbs in wine or vinegar
Processing an herb in wine or vinegar has what affect on an herb? Move Blood
What 3 organs does Ji Xue Teng have a strong affinity with? HT, LV, SP
What does Ji Xue Teng do? 1)promotes movement of Blood 2)tonifies Blood 3)treats Blood Stasis and Deficiency in Channels and in Internal conditions
Ji Xue Teng + Dang Gui + Niu Xi treats what? Chronic painful obstruction when there is also Blood Deficiency
To treat chronic painful obstruction when there is also Blood Deficiency, Ji Xue Teng is combined with what 2 herbs? Dang Gui and Niu Xi
Ji Xue Teng + Dang Gui + Chuan Xiong treats what? Blood Def induce dysmenorrhea or amenorrhea
To treat Blood Def. induced dysmenorrhea or amenorrhea, Ji Xue Teng is combined with what 2 herbs? Dang Gui and Chuan Xiong
What is the strongest herb for treating pain due to Blood Stasis and Stagnant Qi? Yan Hu Suo
Yan Hu Suo has what primary ability? It is the strongest herb for treating pain due to blood stasis and qi stagnation
Yan Hu Suo + Wu Ling Shi treats what? Pain in the chest and abdomen
To treat blood stasis and qi stagnation in the chest and abdo, Yan Hu Suo is combined with what herb? Wu Ling Zhi
Yan Hu Suo + Xiang Fu treats what? Dysmenorrhea
To treat blood stasis and qi stagnation with dysmenorrhea, Yan Hu Suo is combined with? Xiang Fu
Yan Hu Suo + Chuan Xiong treats what? Headache
To treat blood stasis and Qi Stagnation causing a Headache, Yan Hu Suo is combined with what herb? Chuan Xiong
Yan Hu Suo + Xiao Hui Xiang treats what? Blood Stasis and Qi Stagnation causing abdominal/hernial pain
To treat Blood Stasis and Qi Stagnation causing abdominal/hernial pain, Yan Hu Suo is combined with what herb? Xiao Hui Xiang
Yan Hu Suo + Chuan Lian Zi treats what? Blood Stasis and Qi Stagnation causing pain in the flanks
To treat Blood Stasis and Qi Stagnation causing pain in the flanks, Yan Hu Suo is combined with what herb? Chuan Lian Zi
Yu Jin affects dysmenorrhea in what way? It cools, breaks up Blood stasis and Promotes the movement of Qi
Yu Jin affects seizures and agitation in what way? Yu Jin clears the HT, Cools the blood
Yu Jin has what major affects? 1)Treats GB disorders/jaundice 2)cools, breaks up blood stasis and promotes the movement of Qi; 3) clears the HT and Cools the Blood
What are the major affects of Jiang Huang? 1)Invigorates Blood and 2)Promotes movement of Qi 3)expels Wind Damp Bi
Where in the body does Jiang Huang have affects? 1)unblocks menstruation 2)stops epigastric pain or abdo pain due to stagnant Qi and Blood 3)expels Wind Damp Bi esp in the shoulders
What is the temp. of Yi Mu Cao? Slightly Cold
What conditions are Yi Mu Cao comonly used for? Ob-Gyn disorders
What herb reduces masses and promotes urination for acute edema, esp. when accompanied by blood in the urine? Yi Mu Cao
What is the dosage range of Yi Mu Cao? 9-120 grams
How does Yi Mu Cao treat edema? it reduces masses and promotes urination
What are the three functions of Ze Lan? 1. treats post-partum abdominal pain due to blood stasis. 2. treats trauma both internally and topically. 3. promotes urination to treat edema.
What are the three functions of Yue Ji Hua? 1. regulates menstruation. 2. treats chest and abdominal pain. 3. treats neck swellings.
Si Gua Luo is translated as... "net of string melon" (luffa)
Si Gua Lou has four primary functions which are... 1. Expels wind and invigorates the Channels. 2. expels phlegm due to heat. 3. expels Summerheat and promotes urination. 4. treats painful breasts and insufficient lactation.
Which medicinal treats painful breast and insufficient lactation, expels summerheat, promotes urination, expels phlegm from heat and expels wind and invigorates the channels? Si Gua Lou
What is the temperature of Hu Zhang? Cold
What channels does Hu Zhang enter? LU, LV, GB
Hu Zhang + Ji Xue Teng ... dispel blood stasis with wind-damp Bi.
Hu Zhang + Bei Xie treat... vaginal discharge.
Hu Zhang + Chen Hao treat... damp-heat jaundice.
Hu Zhang + Huang Qin + Pi Pa Ye.... clear phlegm heat
Which medicinal in the "Invigorate the Blood" category discharges fire toxins when applied topically Hu Zhang
What are the temperature and characterisitcs of Chi Shao? Slightly cold, bitter and sour
Chi Shao + Chuan Xiong treat blood stasis and masses
For premature excessive menstrual bleeding Chi Shao is combined with... Tao Ren
Chi Shao has what affect on blood? clears heat and cools the blood for bleeding due to reckless blood.
Tao Ren goes to what 4 organ systems? HT, LU, LV, LI
Toa Ren + Hong Hua treat blood stasis induced dysmenorrhea
Tao Ren + Da Huang + Mang Xiao treat intestinal abscesses and constipation.
Tao Ren + Hau Ma Ren + Xing Ren treat chronic constipation
Tao Ren + Dong Gua Ren + Yi Yi Ren treat Lung Abscesses
What is combined with Tao Ren to treat dysmenorrhea? Hong Hua
What is combined with Chi Shao to treat blood stasis and masses? Chuan Xiong
What 2 medicinals are combined with Tao Ren to treat Lung Abscesses? Dong Gua Ren and Yi Yi Ren.
Hong Hua and Yi Mu Cao together have what affect on menstruation? unblock menstruation
Hong Hua + Chuan Xiong... alleviate chest and abdominal pain.
Hong Hua + Su Mu treats what? Reduces pain and swelling due to trauma
To Reduces pain and swelling due to trauma, mix Hong Hua with what herb? Su Mu
What are the affects of Hong Hua? It invigorates blood and dispels stasis and unblocks menstuation. It also dispels blood stasis and alleviates pain with respect to trauma, carbuncles and other skin issues.
Hong Hua + Zi Cao treats what? alleviate pain associated with nosuppurative sores and incomplete expression of rashes.
Hong Hua is mixed with what herb to alleviate pain associated with nonsuppurative sores and incomplete expression of rashes. Zi Cao
What are the effects of E Zhu? 1) Breaks up blood stasis and promotes the movement of Qi and alleviates Pain 2) dissolves accumulations and alleviates pain 3) treats childhood nutritional impairment
E Zhu + San leng treats what? Breaks up blood stasis to treat masses
To Breaks up blood stasis to treat masses, E Zhu is mixed with what herb? San Leng
E Zhu + Qing Pi treats what? Promotes movement of Qi for pain and fullness in Chest and Abdo
Promotes movement of Qi for pain and fullness in Chest and Abdo, E Zhu is combined with what herb? Qing Pi
E Zhu + Mu Xiang treats what? food stagnation
To treat food stagnation, E Zhu is mixed with what herb? Mu Xiang
E Zhu + Chuan Xiong + Chi Shao + Dang Gui treats what? Treats menstrual disorders due to stagnant Qi and Blood
To Treats menstrual disorders due to stagnant Qi and Blood, E Zhu is mixed with what 3 herbs? Chuan Xiong, Chi Shao and Dang Gui
What are the affects of San Leng? 1) It forcefully breaks up blood stasis and promotes the movement of Qi for abdo pain and masses, for pain due to the accumulation of food stagnation
San Leng + E Zhu + Tao Ren treats what? Breaks up blood stasis and moves Qi for abdo pain and masses
To Break up blood stasis and moves Qi for abdo pain and masses, San Leng is mixed with what 2 herbs? E Zhu and Tao Ren
San Leng + Mu Xiang + Sheng Qu treats what? Breaks up blood stasis and moves Qi to treat pain due to food stagnation.
To Break up blood stasis and moves Qi to treat pain due to food stagnation, San Leng is combined with what 2 herbs? Mu Xiang and Sheng Qu
What are the affects of Ru Xiang? 1) invigorates blood and promote qi movement 2)relaxes sinews, invigorates channels, alleviates pain 3)reduces swelling and generates flesh
What is the temperature of Ru Xiang? Warm
Where on the body does Ru Xiang treat blood stasis? Chest, epigastrium, and abdoment as well as on the surface as with trauma and swellings/sores
What is the temperature of Mo Yao neutral
What is Mo Yao used to treat? 1) Pain due to blood stasis in the chest and abdo esp with immobine masses or amenorrhea 2) as well as pain on the surface due to trauma or swellings/sores. 3)helps promote the healing of Yin Ulcers
What organs does Huai Niu Xi go? Liver and Kidney
What is the taste of Huai Niu Xi? Bitter and Sour
What is the temperature of Niu Xi? Neutral
What are the 4 actions of Niu Xi? 1)Expels blood stasis esp in the LW/OB-GYN 2) treats low back and knee pain 3) clears damp heat in LW esp Bladder 4) leads downward esp with Hot blood in UW
Niu Xi + Hong Hua + Dang Gui + Rou Gui treats what? Expels blood stasis esp. in LW/OB-GYN
To expel blood stasis esp. in LW/OB-GYN, Niu Xi is combined with what 3 herbs? Hong Hua, Dang Gui and Rou Gui
Niu Xi + Du Zhong treats what? Treats low back and knee pain
To Treats low back and knee pain, Niu Xi is combined with what herb? Du Zhong
Niu Xi + Jin Qian Cao + Huang Qi treats what? Clears damp-heat in LW esp Bladder
To Clear damp-heat in LW esp Bladder, Niu Xi is combined with what 2 herbs? Jin Qian Cao and Huang Qi
Niu Xi + Sheng Di treats what? Leads downward esp with Hot blood in UW
To Lead downward esp with Hot blood in UW, Niu Xi is combined with what herb? Sheng Di
What are the effects of Wang Bu Liu Xing? 1) it invigorates blood 2) in the upper body to promote lacation and reduce breast swelling 3) in the lower body to unblock menstruation and reduce swelling in the testicles
What does Lu Lu Tong mean? All Roads Open
What is the primary affect of Lu Lu Tong? Unblocks the channels and promotes urination to treat edema
What affect does Lu Lu Tong have on the UW, MW and the LW? UW- breast pain MW-epigastric pain LW-irregular scanty menses
Liu Ji Nu unblocks what? It unblocks menstruation and alleviates pain for amennorhea and postpartum abdo pain
Liu Ji Nu treats what type of trauma? Sprains and fractures, internally or topically
Zi Ran Tong is used primarily for what? Pain and swelling due to trauma esp for fractures
What does Xue Jie mean? Dragon's Blood
Xue Jie is used for pain due to what? trauma including fractures and sprains
Xue Jie can be applied topically to treat what? Stop bleeding or to tx Yin Ulcers
What does Su Mu treat? '1) pain and swelling due to trauma including fractures/sprains + postpartum abdo pain 2) stops bleeding when it is excessive postpartum
What are the affects of Wu Ling Zhi? 1)Disperse Blood Stasis and stops bleeding in OB-GYN and epigastrium 2) childhood nutritional impairment
Which herb is stronger for pain, Wu Ling Zhi or Yan Hu Suo? Yan Hu Suo is #1
Wu Ling Zhi + Pu Huang + Xiang Fu treats what? Disperses blood stasis and stops pain in the epigastrium
To Disperses blood stasis and stops pain in the epigastrium, Wu Ling Zhi is combined with what 2 herbs? Pu Huang + Xiang Fu
Wu Ling Zhi + Yan Hu Suo + Yi Mu Cao treats what? Disperses Blood stasis and stops pain in OB-GYN problems
Wu Ling Zhi + Dang Gui + E Jiao treats what? Disperses blood stasis adn stops bleeding for OB-GYN problems
To Disperses blood stasis and stops bleeding for OB-GYN problems, Wu Ling Zhi is combined with what 2 herbs? Dang Gui + E Jiao
Wu Ling Zhi + Hu Huang Lian treats what? Childhood Nutritional Impairment
To treat Childhood Nutritional Impairment, Wu Ling Zhi is combined with what herb? Hu Huang Lian
Wa Leng Zi has what taste? Salty
What are the affects of Wa Leng Zi? 1)invigorate blood and dissolve phlegm (esp useful for dissipating nodules, both immobile and immobile masses) 2) absorbs acid to alleviate pain in ST
To absorb acid in the ST, Wa Leng Zi needs to treated in what way? It needs to be calcined
What is Chuan Shan Jia? Pangolin or Anteater scales
What are the 3 affects of Chuan Shan Jia? 1) unblocks menstruation or promotes lactation 2) promotes discharge of pus for Fire Toxin 3) expels Wind Damp Bi for pain spasm and stiffness
What is Shui Zhi leeches
What are the affects of Shui Zhi? 1) Breaks up and Drives out blood stasis for both Immobile masses or traumatic injuries
What are the affects of Tu Bie Chong? 1) Break up and drive out Blood Stasis 2) is used for immobile masses and amenorrhea and swollen or numb tongue 3) used for fractures and contusions
What organs does Ren Shen go to ? Lung and Spleen
What are the 5 main actions of Ren Shen? 1)tx collapse of Qi or abandoned conditions 2) tonifies LU esp when KD fails to grasp QI 3) tonifies the SP 4) generates fluids 5) calms the Heart
Use caution using Ren Shen with what condition? Ascending Liver Yang esp with High Blood Pressure
Ren Shen + Fu Zi treats what? Collapse of Qi or abandoned conditions
To treat Collapse of Qi or abandoned conditions, Ren shen is combined with? Fu Zi
Ren Shen + Ge Jie treats what? Tonifies the Lung esp when KD fails to grasp the Qi
To Tonifies the Lung esp when KD fails to grasp the Qi, Ren shen is combined with what herb? Ge Jie
Ren Shen + Bai Zhu + Fu Ling treats what? Tonifies the Spleen
To tonify the spleen, Ren Shen is combined with what 2 herbs? Bai Zhu and Fu Ling
Ren Shen + Shu Di + Mai Men Dong + Tian Men Dong treats what? It generates fluids
To generate fluids, Ren Shen is combined with what herbs? Shu Di + Mai Men Dong + Tian Men Dong
Ren Shen + Dang Gui treats what? Calms the Heart
To calm the heart, Ren Shen is combined with what herb? Dang Gui
Ren Shen + Zi Su Ye treats what? Wind Cold when Qi is Deficient
To treat Wind Cold when Qi is Deficient, Ren shen is combined with what herb? Zi Su Ye
When is Hong Shen used? When there is Qi and Yang Deficiencies
What does Xi Yang Shen nourish It nourishes YIn
Bai Shen processed with sugar treats what? It helps moisten, tx Qi and Yin deficiencies
What is Ren Shen Ye? Ginseng leaves
What does Ren Shen Ye treat? It generates fluids and treats Summerheat
What organs does Dang Shen go to? Lung and Spleen
What is the temperature of Ren Shen and of Dang Shen? Ren Shen is Warm; Dang Shen is Neutral
What actions does Dang Shen have? 1) Tonifies SP and MW 2) Augments Qi 3) tonifies Lungs for chornic cough, SOB, or damp due to SP Def. 4) Can be used to support normal while other herbs expel pathogens.
What actions does Tai Zi Shen have? 1) Strengthens Sp + ST def. 2) Augments Qi 3) Generates fluids for loss of fluids
What actions does Shan Yao have? 1) tonifies and augments SP and ST; 2) Tonifies Lung Qi and Lung Yin; 3) Tonifies KD and stabilizes and binds
What actions does Bai Zhu have? 1) Tonifies SP and augments Qi 2) Dries dampness and promotes water metabolism 3) stabilizes exterior adn stops sweating 4) calms fetus
What actions does Da Zao have? 1) Tonifies the Spleen and augments Qi 2) Nourishes blood and calms the spirit 3) moderates and harmonizes the harsh properties of other herbs
What actions does Huang Qi have? 1) Tonifies Qi and Blood 2) Tonifies SP and raises Yang 3) Augments protective Qi and stabilizes Exterior 4) promotes urination and reduces edema 5) discharges pus and generates flesh
What actions does Gan Cao have? 1) Tonifies spleen and augments Qi 2) moistens Lung and stops cough 3) clears heat and relieve fire toxicity 4) moderates spasms and alleviates pain 5) harmonizes other herbs
What actions does Huang Jing have? 1) Tonifies spleen Qi and augments Spleen Yin 2) enriches Yin and moistens Lungs 3) Tonifies KD and augments essence
What actions does Yi Tang have? 1)Tonifies Spleen and augments Qi 2) Tonifies MW Qi and alleviates pain 3) moistens Lungs and stops cough
Dang Shen + Bai Zhu tonifies Spleen
To tonify spleen, Dang shen is combined with what herb? Bai Zhu
What kind of sputum does Dang Shen deal well with? Copious sputum
Dang Shen + Huang Qi treats what? Lung Deficiency with SOB
To treat Lung Deficiency with SOB, Dang Shen is combined with what? Huang Qi
Dang Shen + Mai Men Dong treats what Lung Deficiency with dryness
To treat Lung Deficiency with dryness, Dang Shen is combined with what? Mai Men Dong
Dang Shen + Shu Di and Dang Gui treats what? Qi and Blood Deficiency
To treat Qi and Blood Deficiency, Dang shen is combined with what herbs? Shu Di and Dang Gui
Ratio of Ren Shen to Dang Shen? 2-3 Dang Shen: 1 Ren Shen
Tai Zi Shen translates as? Childs root
What organs does Tai Zi Shen go to? Lung And Spleen
When is Tai Zi Shen substituted for Ren Shen? when there is ascending Liver Yang
What organs does Huang Qi enter? Lung and Spleen
What is the temperature of Huang Qi? Warm
To tonify the spleen, Huang Qi is combined with? Ren shen
To ascend the Qi to the Lung and for prolapses, Huang Qi is combined with what 3 herbs? Bai Zhu, Sheng Ma, Chai Hu
Huang Qi + Bai Zhu + Sheng Ma + Chai Hu treats what? To ascend the Qi to the Lung and for prolapses
Huang Qi + Bai Zhu and Fang Feng treats what? supports Wei Qi
To support Wei Qi, Huang Qi is combined with what herbs? Bai Zhu and Fang Feng
To tonify Qi and blood, Huang Qi is combined with what herb? Dang Gui
Huang Qi + Dang Gui treats what? Tonfies Qi and blood
Huang Qi + Fu Ling + Gui Zhi treats what? promotes urination to treat edema
To promotes urination to treat edema, Huang Qi is combined with? Fu Ling and Gui Zhi
Huang Qi + Zao Jiao + Chuan Shan Jia treats what? It generates flesh and promotes discharge of pus
To generate flesh and promotes discharge of pus, Huang Qi is combined with what herbs? Zao Jiao Ci and Chuan Shan Jia
What organs does Shan Yao go to? Lung, Spleen, and Kidney
Shan Yao + Bai Zhu + Fu LIng treats what? Tonifies Spleen and Stomach
To Tonifies Spleen and Stomach, Shan Yao is combined with what herbs? Bai Zhu and Fu LIng
What is the dosage of Shan Yao? 9-30 grams
What organs does Bai Zhu go to? Spleen and Stomach
Bai Zhu + Dang Shen + Gan Jiang treats what? Tonifies Spleen Qi
To tonify spleen Qi, Bai Zhu is combined with what herbs? Gan Jiang and Dang Shen
Bai Zhu + Cang Zhu + Fu Ling treats what? Dries dampness
To dry dampness, Bai Zhu is combined with what herbs? Fu LIng and Cang Zhu
Bai Zhu + Huang Qi treats what? Stabilizes exterior and stops sweating
To Stabilizes exterior and stops sweating, Bai Zhu is combined with what herb? Huang Qi
Bai Zhu + Huang Qin treats what? Calms the fetus when there is Internal Heat
To Calms the fetus when there is Internal Heat, Bai Zhu is combined with what herb? Huang Qin
What is Da Zao's other name? Hong Zao
What is the english name for Da Zao? Red date or Jujube
What channels does Gan Cao go to? All 12 channels
Gan Cao + Dang Shen treats what? Tonifies Spleen Qi
To tonify spleen Qi, Gan Cao is combined with what herb? Dang Shen
Gan Cao + Gui Zhi treats what? Tonifies Heart Qi
To tonify Heart Qi, Gan Cao is combined with what herb? Gui Zhi
Gan Cao+ Xing Ren + Chuan Bei Mu treats what? It moistens Lu and stops coughing
To moisten Lu and stops coughing, Gan Cao is combined with what herbs? Chuan Bei Mu and Xing Ren
Gan Cao + Jin Yin Hua + Pu Gong Ying treats what? Clears fire toxins
To clear toxins, Gan Cao is combined with what herbs? Jin Yin Hua and Pu Gong Ying
Gan Cao + Bai Shao treats what? Relieves spasms and pain in abdo or legs
To Relieves spasms and pain in abdo or legs, Gan Cao is combined with what herbs? Bai Shao
Gan Cao + Lu Dou treats what? harmonizes Rx generally, and moderates harsh medicinals
Gan Cao is incompatible with what herbs? Da Ji, Yuan Hua, Gan Sui and Hai Zao
Huang Jing goes to what organs? KD, LU and SP
What is the temperature of Huang Jing? Neutral
What is Huang Jing widely used for? Wasting and Thirsting disorders
What are the Qi tonics that go to LU and SP? Ren Shen, Dang Shen, Huang Qi and Tai Zi Shen
What are the Qi tonics that go to only the SP? Bai Zhu and Shan Yao
What are the Qi tonics that harmonize? Gan Cao and Da Zao
Which are the Qi tonics that tonify Yuan Qi? Ren Shen, Dang Shen and Huang Jing
Which Qi tonics tonify not only Qi but Wei Qi as well? Huang Qi and Bai Zhu
Which Qi tonics tonify not only Qi but Yin as well? Huang Jing, Shan Yao and Tai Zi Shen
What organs does Shu Di Huang go to? KD, LV and HT
What are the actions of Shu Di Huang? 1) tonifies Blood 2) Nourishes Yin for LV and KD Yin Def 3)Strongly enriches Yin and relieves wasting and thirsting disorder 4)Nourishes blood and tonifies the essence
What are the actions of Zhi He Shou Wu? 1)Tonifies LV and KD 2)Nourishes Blood 3) Augments Essence 4)Expels Wind from skin by nourishing Blood
What are the actions of Dang Gui? 1) Tonifies blood and regulates menses 2) Invigorates and harmonizes blood and disperses cold 3) moistens intestines and unblocks bowels 4) reduces swelling, expels pus, generates flesh and alleviates pain
What are the actions of Bai Shao? 1)Nourishes Blood and regulates menses 2)Calms adn Curbs the Liver Yang and alleviates pain 3) Preserves Yin for spermatorrhea/vaginal discharge/ night sweats and Adjusts nutritive and Wei level
What are the actions of E Jiao? 1) Tonifies the blood for dizziness or palpitations 2)Nourishes the blood and stops bleeding in the LU, LI and uterus 3) Nourishes and moistens Yin for dry cough, Calm the LV/HT for insomnia
What are the actions of Gou Qi Zi? 1) Nourishes and Tonifies liver and Kidney 2) Benefits essence and brightens the Eyes 3)Enriches Yin and Moistens Lungs
What are the actions of Sang Shen? 1)Tonifies blood and enriches Yin (KD, LV Yin for dizziness, tinnitus, insomina and moistens intestines for Yin Def Constipation
What are the actions of Long Yan Rou 1) Tonifies and Augments Heart and Splee, nourishes Blood and Calms spirit
Shu Di Huang + Dang Gui, Bai Shao + Chuan Xiong treats what? Tonifies Blood for a wide range of complaints
To Tonifies Blood for a wide range of complaints, Shu Di Huang is combined with what herbs? Dang Gui, Bai Shao and Chuan Xiong
Shu Di Huang + Shan Zhu Yu + Shan Yao treats what? Nourishes Yin for night sweats, Wasting and thirsting disease etc..
To Nourishes Yin for night sweats, Wasting and thirsting disease etc.., Shu Di Huang is combined with what herbs? Shan Zhu Yu and Shan Yao
Shu Di Huang + Gui Ban + Zhi Mu + Huang Bai treats what? Nourishes Blood and essence for LBP, dizziness, tinnitus, deafness etc. (Huang Bai is added when there is empty heat signs)
To reduce the cloying nature of Shu Di Huang, is can be toasted with what 2 herbs? Sha Ren and Chen Pi
What affect does Charring have on Shu Di huang? It helps stop bleeding
What is the dosage of Shu Di huang? 9-30 grams
What organs does He Shou Wu go to? Liver and Kidney
What are the tastes of He Shou Wu? Sweet, Biter, and AStringent?
Which is more cloying, He Shou Wu or Shu Di Huang? Shu Di Huang
What organs does Dang Gui go to? SP, HT and LV
What are the tastes + the temperature of Dang Gui? Sweet, Acrid, Warm
Dang Gui + Bai Shao, Shu Di and Chuang Xiong treats what? Tonifies the blood and regulates the mense
To tonify the blood and regulates the menses, Dang Gui is combined with what herbs? Bai Shao, Shu Di, and Chuan Xiong
Dang Gui + Tao Ren + Hong Hua + Yan Hu Suo + Xiang Fu treat what? Invigorates Blood and disperses Cold to stop pain in the abdo, pain associated with trauma and Wind Damp Bi
To Invigorates Blood and disperses Cold to stop pain in the abdo, pain associated with trauma and Wind Damp Bi, Dang Gui is combined with what herbs? Tao Ren, Hong Hua, Yan Hu Suo and Xiang Fu
Dang Gui + Dan Shen + Mo Yao or Gui Zhi treats what? For pain in the extremities
To treat pain in the extremities, Dang Gui is combined with what herbs? Dan Shen, Mo Yao or Gui Zhi
Dang Gui + Huo Ma Ren treats what? Moistens the intestines for constipation
To moisten the intestines for constipation Dang Gui is combined with what herbs? Huo Ma Ren
Dang Gui + Jin Yin Hua + Chi Shao treats what? reduces swelling and expels pus
To reduce swelling and expel pus, Dang Gui is combined with what herb? Jin Yin Hua and Chi Shao
The tail of Dang Gui has what action? Tonifies Qi
What action does the tail of Dang Gui have? Moves Qi
What is the english of Bai Shao? White Peony
What organs does Bai Shao go to? Liver and Spleen
What is the temp and taste of Bai Shao? Bitter, Sour and Cool
In Si Wu Tang, Bai Shao treats what? Nourishes Blood and regulates the menses
Bai Shao + Xiang Fu + Yan Hu Suo or Ju Hua treats what? calms or levels Liver Yang and frees the blood vessels to stop pain.
To calms or levels Liver Yang and frees the blood vessels to stop pain, Bai Shao is combined with what herbs? Xiang Fu, Yan Hu Suo or Ju Hua
Bai Shao + Long Gu + Mu Li treats what? Banks Yin for spermatorrhea, vaginal discharge, night sweats
Bai Shao + Gui Zhi treats what? Regulates Ying and WEi
E Jiao translates as what? Asini gelatin (ass gelatin)
What organs doe E. Jiao go to? Kidney, Liver and Lungs
E Jiao treats what? Tonfiies Blood for dizziness or palpitaitons; Stop bleeding in the Lung, LI or Uterus; Nourish Yin for dry cough; Calm the Liver/Heart for insomnia
What organs does Gou Qi Zi go to? KD, LV, LU
What is the taste and temp. of Gou Qi Zi? Sweet and Neutral
What organs does Sang Shen go to? KD, LV, HT
What are the tastes and temp of Sang Shen? Sweet and Cold
What is the english for Sang Shen? Morus Fruit
What organs does Long Yan Rou go to? HT and SP
What is Long Yan Ran used for? 1) tonfies SP adn Nourish HT Blood for insomnia, palpitations, forgetfulness and dizziness
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