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Formulas III- Wk1&2

Formulas that Regulate Qi, Formulas that Direct Rebellious Qi Downward

QuestionAnswer
Which SBF uses equal doses (generally 3g or 6g) of each of the constituent herbs? Escape Restraint Pill (Yue Ju Wan)
What is Chief herb of Yue Ju Wan? Xiang Fu
There are four Deputy herbs for Yue Ju Wan. Which one addresses Blood Stasis? Chuan Xiong
There are four Deputy herbs for Yue Ju Wan. Which one addresses LR Heat? Zhi Zi
There are four Deputy herbs for Yue Ju Wan. Which one addresses Damp Phlegm? Cang Zhu
There are four Deputy herbs for Yue Ju Wan. Which one addresses Food Retention? Shen Qu
What is the Chief herb of Ban Xia Hou Po Tang? Ban Xia (9-12g)
What are the two Deputy herbs of Ban Xia Hou Po Tang? Hou Po (9g) and Fu Ling (12g)
What is the Assistant herb of Ban Xia Hou Po Tang? Sheng Jiang (15g)
What is the Envoy herb of Ban Xia Hou Po Tang? Zi Su Ye (Folium Perillae) (6g)
Indication: "All kinds of LR Qi constraint" Yue Ju Wan (Escape Restraint Pill)
Indication: Plum Pit Qi (LQS w/ Phlegm) Ban Xia Hou Po Tang
Indication: Chest constraint (Xiong Bi) d/t Yang qi Xu w/ Cold Phlegm Gua Lou Xie Bai Ju
Gua Lou is sweet & cold. Xie Bai (Chinese chive) is BAW. They both enter the same 3 meridians. What are they? LU-ST-LI
What does Bai Jui translate to? White wine
Indication: Warm MJ, Move qi, Dry damp Hou Po Wen Zhong Tang
Indication: Epigastric pain d/t LQS with cold in ST Liang Fu Wan
What are the 2 herbs in Liang Fu Wan? Gao Liang Jiang (Rz Galanga) and Xiang Fu (Rz Cyperi)
Indication: LQS w/ LR Heat or LR Fire Jin Ling Zi San (Chuan Lian Zi's other name is Jin Ling Zi) aka Melia Toosendan Powder
Indication: Hernia d/t cold attack Liver meridian Tian Tai Wu Yao San (Top Quality Lindera Powder)
Indication: Hernia d/t Xu of LR/KD with cold in LR meridian Nuan Gan Jian (Warm the Liver Decoction)
Indication: Hernia d/t Cold Damp attacking LR meridian Ju He Wan (Tangerine Seed Pill)
Indication: Cold Phlegm in Lung (Shang Shi) and KD Xu Su Zi Jian Qi Tang (Perilla Fruit Decoction for Directing Qi Downward)
Indication: Heat Phlegm in Interior (Lung) with WInd Cold Exterior Ding Chuan Tang (Arrest Wheezing Decoction)
Indication: LQS ("moves qi sideways and up") Si Mo Tang (Four Milled Decoction)
Two flowers that DON'T rise. Kuan Dong Hua (Flos Farfarae) (for Coughing/Wheezing/AW-LU) and Xuan Fu Hua (Flos Inulae) (for Cold Phlegm/BAsaltyslW-LU-ST/SP))
Indication: LQS and Stomach Xu with Damp Phlegm Xuan Fu Dai Zhe Tang (Inula and Hematite Decoction)
Indication: Stomach qi rebellion d/t ST qi Xu and HEAT Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang (Tangerine Peel and Bamboo Shavings Decoction)
Indication: Stomach qi rebellion d/t ST qi Xu Ding Xiang Shi Di Tang (Clove and Persimmon Calyx Decoction)
Function: Descend qi/stop hiccup, tonify qi, warm MJ Ding Xiang Shi Di Tang (Clove and Persimmon Calyx Decoction)
Function: Descend qi/stop hiccup, tonify qi, Clear Heat Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang (Tangerine Peel and Bamboo Shavings Decoction)
Function: Descend qi, tonify qi, transform Phlegm, harmonize Stomach Xuan Fu Dai Zhe Tang (Inula and Hematite Decoction)
Qi disorders are of four types, stagnation, rebellion, deficiency and sinking. Which of these are treated by formulas in these two categories of "XS?" The two XS are qi stagnation and qi rebellion, and are treated by Regulate Qi and Descend Qi Downward. The other two, deficiency and sinking qi, are conditions of Xu and are treated by formulas that Tonify Qi which we studies in Formulas II.
True or False: Formulas in the category of Regulate/Move Qi and Descend Rebellious Qi are indicated for conditions of XS only. True (although sometimes the case may be that of combined XS and Xu)
Potential side effects of Qi Regulating formulas? Can damage Qi and Yin (b/c they are often warm/hot and acrid/bitter)
Because they are often acrid in nature, Qi tonifying herbs should be cooked... Short time (30 minutes or less)
Because they are often bitter and acrid, Qi tonifying formulas are generally contraindicated in... Pregnancy
Because Qi Regulating formulas are often warm/hot, they are generally not used in cases of Heat syndromes
Qi stagnation occurs most frequently at what two organs? LR and ST/SP
LQS can often lead to which of the following? (A) Blood Stasis, (B) Heat/Fire, (C) Damp, (D) Phlegm, (E) Food Retention (F) All of the above? All of the above
What herbs might you add to treat Blood Stasis? Hong Hua (Safflower aka Fr Carthami), Tao Ren (Seman Persicae)
What herbs might you add to treat Heat or Fire? Bo He, Chai Hu, Ju Hua
What herbs might you add to treat Damp? Fu Ling, Zhu Ling
What herbs might you add to treat Phlegm? Ban Xia, Chen Pi
What herbs might you add to treat intractable Qi Stagnation? Qing Pi, Chen Pi
What herbs might you add to treat Food Retention? Mai Ya, Shan Zha
What are the 2 SBF for Regulating Qi? What are the differences between them? Yue Ju Wan and Ban Xia Hou Po Tang. Yue Ju Wan is for general qi restraint. Ban Xia Hou Po Tang is for LQS with Phlegm (aka Plum Pit qi)
What are the 3 SBF for Regulating Qi? What are the differences among them? Su Zi Qi Tang Tang, Ding Chuan Tang, Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang. Ding Chuang Tang is to "Arrest Wheezing" (and Clears Heat). Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang is for hiccups with HEAT! Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang is actually WARM (!!) and is thus used to "warm and transform Cold-Phlegm."
Ban Xia is WAT. Hou Po is BAW. Sheng Jiang is AW. Zi Su Ye is AW. (FL is SBN.) So what could be contraindication of Ban Xia Hou Po Tang? Any signs of Heat (XS or Xu): red face, red T, yellow tongue coat or yellow secretions, bitter taste
Tongue is pale purple. Pulse is wiry and forceful. Would you use Yue Ju Wan or Ban Xia Hou Po Tang? Yue Ju Wan
Tongue is pale purple with white, thick greasy coat. Pulse is wiry and slippery. Would you use Yue Ju Wan or Ban Xia Hou Po Tang? Ban Xia Hou Po Tang
Tongue is pale, swollen with TM. THICK, white greasy coat. Pulse is "tight" (wiry if severe pain) and slippery from lots of Phlegm. Patient is suffering from Xiong Bi. What is the formula? Gua Lou Xie Bai Bai Jiu Tang (Tricosanthus Fruit, Chinese Chive and White Wine Decoction)
Tongue is pale purple with thick, white coat. Pulse is wiry and TENSE. Patient is suffering from disharmony between LR and ST with epigastric pain d/t LQS and COLD in the Stomach. Which formula would you use? Lian Fu Wan (Gao Liang Jiang is special kind of ginger to warm Stomach and stop pain; Xiang Fu (the Imperial Herb for PMS pain) regulates qi to stop pain.)
"Direct Rebellious Qi Downard" formula for patient with "upper XS and lower XU?" Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang (Cold Phlegm in LU and KD Xu)
Contraindication for Su Zi Jiang Qi Tang? Do not use if only Deficiency. Do not use if Heat-Phlegm.
Caution/Contraindication for Ding Chuan Tang? Use only in cases of COMBINATION WInd-Cold (Exterior) and Heat-Phlegm (Interior)
Caution/Contraindication for Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang? Use only for ST qi rebellion d/t Deficiency. Do NOT use for XS (whether Heat or Cold)
Created by: mrbarr