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There are four basic causes of pathological bleeding: 1)heat 2)Qi vacuity 3)blood stasis 4)trauma severing the vessels and channels.
Pu Huang is best for the the treatment of bleeding due to which of these four?
a. heat
b. blood stasis
c. trauma
d. c&d
e. none of the above
d. c&d

249 LV,HT,SP sweet, acrid, neutral
stops bleeding
1. trauma
2. internal, nose, menstrual, cough
very astringent
3. invigorates blood, chest pain, post partum abd pain, menstrual
There are four basic causes of pathological bleeding: 1)heat 2)Qi vacuity 3)blood stasis 4)trauma severing the vessels and channels.
Herba Agriminiae Pilosae (Xain He Cao) is best for bleeding due to?
a. heat
b. Qi vacuity
c. blood stasis
d. trauma
d. a&b
e none of the above
d. Qi vacuity

250 LU,LV,SP bitter, acrid, neutral
1. astringe leakage to stop bleeding, cough, nose, uterine, gums
2. for heat/cold/excess/deficiency
3. diarrhea and dysentery -astringent
4. parasites
There are four basic causes of pathological bleeding: 1)heat 2)Qi vacuity 3)blood stasis 4)trauma severing the vessels and channels.
Radix Sanguisorbae (Di Yu) is best for bleeding due to?
a. heat
b. Qi vacuity
c. blood stasis
d. trauma
d. a&b
e all the above
a. heat

255 LV.LI,ST bitter, sour, slightly cold
1. bleeding due to damp-heat lower jiao, dysentery, hemmerhoids, vomiting, nosebleed
2. clear heat / generate flesh
There are four basic causes of pathological bleeding: 1)heat 2)Qi vacuity 3)blood stasis 4)trauma severing the vessels and channels.
Radix Rubriae Cordifoliae (Qian Cao Gen) is best for bleeding due to?
a. heat
b. Qi vacuity
c. blood stasis
d. trauma
d. a&b
e all the above
c. blood stasis

257 HT&LV, bitter,cold
1. stops bleeding, cools blood,
vomiting, uterine, nose
2. invigorates blood, chest,
flank pain, lochial retention, trauma, joint pain
Fructus Immaturis Sophorae Japonicae (Huai Hua Mi) is emperically famous for its abilty to treat ______ bleeding.
a. oral
b. ocular
c. anal
d. urinary
e. aural
c. anal
256
Which herb is best for treatment of hematuria.
a. Radix Sanguisorba (Di Yu)
b. Cacumen Biotae Orientalis (Ce Bai Ye)
c. Herba Cephalanoploris Segeti (Xiao Ji)
d. Rhizoma Bletellae Striatae (Bai Ji)
e. Radix Rubiae Cordifoliae (Qian Cao Gen)
c. Herba Cephalanoploris Segeti (Xiao Ji)
Which herb cools the blood and stops bleeding but also resolves toxins and heals sores?
a. Radix Sanguisorbiae (Di Yu)
b. Cacumen Biotae Orientalis (Ce Bai Ye)
c. Herba Cephanaloploris Segeti (Xiao Ji)
d. Rhizoma Bletillae Striate (Bai Ji)
e. Radix Rubriae Cordifoliae (Qian Cao Gen)
a. Radix Sanguisorbiae (Di Yu)
Which of the following herb pairs treat blood in the stool (hemafecia)?
a. Crinis Carbonisatus (Xue Yu Tan) & Folium Artemisiae (Ai Ye)
b. carbonized Petiolus Trachycarpi (Zhong Lu Tan) & Radix Pseudoginseng (Tian San Qi)
c. Radix Sanguisorbae (Di Yu) & Flos Immaturis Sophorae Japonicae (Huai Hua Mi)
d. Nodus Rhizomatis Nelumbinis Nuciferae (Ou Jie) & Terra Flava Usta (Fu Long gan)
e. Rhizoma Imperatae Cylindricae (Bai Mao Gen) & Os Sepiae Seu Sepiellae (Wu Zei Gu)
c. Radix Sanguisorbae (Di Yu) & Flos Immaturis Sophorae Japonicae (Huai Hua Mi)
The herb that can cool the blood and stop bleeding, clear heat, disinhibit urination
is
Bai Mao Gen
264
Cacumen Biotae Orientalis (Ce Bai Ye)'s functions include:
a. cool the blood stop bleeding, trnasform phlegm stop cough
b. cool the blood stop bleeding, quicken the blood and dispel stasis
c. cool the blood stop bleeding, disperse swelling and welling abscesses
d. cool the blood stop bleeding, resolve toxins and heal sores
e. cool the blood stop bleeding, disperse swelling and engender new tissue
a. cool the blood stop bleeding, trnasform phlegm stop cough
Herba Agrimonaw Pilosae (Xian He Cao)'s functions include:
a. warm the channels and stop bleeding
b. astringe and secure, stop bleeding
c. dispel stasis and stop bleeding
d. cool the blood and stop bleeding
e. drain fire and stop bleeding
b. astringe and secure, stop bleeding
Rhizoma Bletillae Striatae (Bai Ji)'s functions include:
a. astringe, secure, stop bleeding, dispel stasis and disperse swelling
b. astringe, secure, stop bleeding, disperse swelling and engender new tissue
c. astringe, secure, stop bleeding, resolve toxins and promote the healing of sores
d. cool the blood, stop bleeding, clear heat and resolve toxins
e. cool the blood, stop bleeding, transform phlegm and stop cough
b. astringe, secure, stop bleeding, disperse swelling and engender new tissue
Which herb quickens the blood and stops pain, dispels stasis and stops bleeding
a. Resina Olibani (Ru Xiang)
b. Radix Rubriae Cordifoliae (Qian Cao Gen)
c. Rhizoma Corydalis Yanhusuo (Yan Hu Suo)
d. Rhizoma Bletillae Striatae (Bai Ji)
e. Radix Pseudoginseng (Tian San Qi)
e. Radix Pseudoginseng (Tian San Qi)
Pollen Typhae (Pu HUang) should be:
a. decocted first
b. decocted last
c. wrapped in gauze
d. dissolved in the decoction
e. steeped
c. wrapped in gauze
Which herb is the best choice for the treatment of vacuity cold uterine bleeding?
a. Pollen Typhae (Pu Huang)
b. Radix Sanguisorbae (Di Yu)
c. Crinis Carconidatus (Xue Yu Tan)
d. Flos Immaturis Sophorae Japonicae (Huai Hu Mi)
e. Folium Artemisiae Argyii (Ai Ye)
e. Folium Artemisiae Argyii (Ai Ye) 259

a. (Pu Huang)
b. (Di Yu)
c. 261 (Xue Yu Tan)
d. 256 (Huai Hu Mi)
Which herb is the best choice for treatment of uterine bleeding due to vaculity cold.
a. blast-fried Rhizoma Zingiberis (Pao Jiang)
b. Radix Rubriae Cordifoliae (Qian Cao Gen)
c. Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis (Huang Qin)
d. Nodus Rhisomatis Melumbinins Nuciferae (Ou Jie)
e. Rhizoma Guanchong (Guan Zhong)
a. blast-fried Rhizoma Zingiberis (Pao Jiang) 301


b. (Qian Cao Gen)
c. (Huang Qin)
d. 262 (Ou Jie)
e. 439 (Guan Zhong)
Radix Salviae Militorrhizae (Dan Shen)both nourishes and quickens the blood. Which does it do more?
a. quicken blood
b. nourish blood
a. quicken blood

267
Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong) moves:
a. the Qi whithin the blood
b. the blood within the Qi
c. the fluids within the blood
d. the Yin within the blood
e. the defensive Qi
a. the Qi whithin the blood

266
Which herb is best to treat blood stagnation induced headache?
a. Radix Auklandiae Lappae (Mu Xiang)
b. Resina Olibani (Ru Xiang)
c. Lignum Santali Albi (Tan Xiang)
d. Rhizoma Cyperi Rotundi (Xaing Fu)
e. Flos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua)
e. Flos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua) 266

a. 237 (Mu Xiang)
b. (Ru Xiang)
c. 236 (Tan Xiang)
d. 266 (Xaing Fu)
Which herb dispels wind and stops pain, quickens the blood and rectifies Qi:
a. Radix Salviae Militorrhizae (Dan Shen)
b. Tuber Curcumae (Yu Jin)
c. Resina Myrrhae (Mo Yao)
d. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
e. Flos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua)
d. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong) 266

a. 267 (Dan Shen)
b. 271 (Yu Jin)
c. 283 (Mo Yao)
e. 279 (Hong Hua)
Which herb is said to "rise to the head and eyes and descend to the sea o blood"?
a.FLos Carthamii Tinctorii (Hong Hua)
b. FLos Chrysanthemi Morifolii (Ju Hua)
c. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
d. Radix Achyranthis Bidentatae (Niu Xi)
e. Radix Bupleuri (Cahi Hu)
c. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
Radix Ligustici Wallchii (Chuan Xiong)'s flavor and nature are:
a. sour and warm
b. bitter and cold
c. acrid and warm
d. acrid and cold
e. salty and neutral
c. acrid and warm
266
There are two types of peony (Shao Yao)
Radix Albus Paeoniae Lactiflorae (Bai Shao) and Radix Rubrus Paeoniae Lactifloriae (Chi Shao). One nourishes and restrains, the other cools and quickens. If you want to cool the blood and/or quicken the blood you should choose:
a. Radix Albus Paeoniae Lactiflorae (Bai Shao)
b. Radix Rubrus Paeoniae Lactifloriae (Chi Shao)
b. Radix Rubrus Paeoniae Lactifloriae (Chi Shao)
Flos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua) gathers in which channels:
a. LV&GB
b. LV&ST
c. LV&SP
d. LV&LI
e. LV&HT
e. LV&HT
279 acrid and warm, add late
The pair Rhizoma Sparganii (San Leng) and Rhizoma Cucumae Zedoariae (E Zhu):
a. quicken the blood and transform stasis
b. quicken the blood and dispel stasis
c. break blood stasis
c. break blood stasis
281/280
Which of the following herb pairs quickens the blood and dispels stasis, disperses swelling and engenders new tissue?
a. Resina Olibani (Ru Xiang) & Resina Myrrhae (Mo Yao)
b. Rhizoma Sparganii (San Leng) & Rhizoma Curcumae Zedoriae (E Zhu)
c. Radix Rubrus Paeomiae Lactiflorae (Chi Shao) & cortex Radicis Moutan (Mu Dan Pi)
d. Radix Angelicae Dahuricae (Bai Zhi) & Radix Salviae Militorrhizae (Dan Shen)
e. Pollen Typhae (Pu Huang) & Feces Trogopterori Sur Pteromi )Wu Ling Zhi)
a. Resina Olibani (Ru Xiang) & Resina Myrrhae (Mo Yao)
Rhizoma Corydalis Yanhuso (Yan Hu Suo) should be:
a. decocted first
b. decocted last
c. decocted with the other herbs
d. dissolved in strained decoction
e. steeped
b. decocted last
Which of the following herbs quickens the blood and dispels stasis, disinhibits the gallbladder and resolves jaundice?
a. Rhizoma Sparangii (San Leng)
b. Tuber Curcumae (Yu Jin)
c. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
d. Resina Olibani (Ru Xiang)
e. Resina Myrrhae (Mo Yao)
b. Tuber Curcumae (Yu Jin)
Which of the following herbs break blood and rectify Qi, warm the channels and stop pain, especially in the shoulder and elbow due to wind-cold-damp invasion.
a. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
b. Flos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua)
c. Rhizoma Curcumae Longae (Jiang Huang)
d. Rhizoma Sparangii (San Leng)
e. Rhizoma Curcumae Zedoariae (E Zhu)
c. Rhizoma Curcumae Longae (Jiang Huang)
272 cold impediment and expell wind
Which of the following statments is incorrect?
a. Rhizoma Sparangii (San Leng) should be decocted first
b. Feces Trogopterori Seu Pteromi (Wu Ling Zhi) should be wrapped during decoction
c. Gelatinum Corii Asini (E Jiao) should be dissolved in the strained decoction
d. Pyritum (Zi Rang Tong) should be ground into a fine powder
e. Tabanus (Meng Chong) should be ground in a fine powder
a. Rhizoma Sparangii (San Leng) should be decocted first
Which herb is best for HEAT in the blood painful menstruation or post partum abdominal pain?
a. Radix Ligusticii Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
b. Feces Trogopterori Seu Pteromi (Wu Ling Zhi)
c. Radix Salviae Miltioeehizae (Dan Shen)
d. Rhizoma Curcumae Longae (Jiang Huang)
e. Resina Olibani (Ru Xiang)
c. Radix Salviae Miltioeehizae (Dan Shen)

a. (Chuan Xiong)
b. 289 (Wu Ling Zhi) blood stasis
d. 272 (Jiang Huang) invig. blood , blood stasis due to cold, chest and abd, menses, move qi and expel wind
e. (Ru Xiang)
Herba Leonuri Heterophylli (Yi Mu Cao) is mainly used for:
a. blood stasis in gynecology
b. blood stasis in internal medicine
c. blood stasis in traumatic injury
d. none of the above
e. all of the above
a. blood stasis in gynecology
Which herb can supplement and move blood, soothe the sinews and free the flow in the collaterals?
a. Radix Angelicae Sinensis (Dang Gui)
b. Gelatinum Corii Asini (E Jiao)
c. Caulis Milletiae Seu Spatholobi (Ji Xue Teng)
d. Lignum Sappan (Su Mu)
e. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
c. Caulis Milletiae Seu Spatholobi (Ji Xue Teng)
Which of the following herbs is best for blood stasis abdominal pain and constipation.
a. Radix Ligustici Walichii (Chuan Xiong)
b. Tuber Curcumae (Yu Jin)
c. Resina Olibani (Ru Xiang)
d. Flos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua)
e. Semen Pruni Persicae (Tao Ren)
e. Semen Pruni Persicae (Tao Ren)
Radix Acyranthis Bidentatae (Niu Xi) treat all of the following EXCEPT:
a. painful menstruation, blocked menstruation, postpartum abdominal pain due to blood stasis
b. low back pain and knees soreness/weakness
c. hematuria, dysuria and painful urination
d. hemoptysis,hacking cough with blood tinged sputum, toothache, sores in mouth
e. scrofulous lumps and plum pit qi
e. scrofulous lumps and plum pit qi
Which of the following herbs quickens the blood, promotes menstruation, promotes lacatation, reduces swelling and discharges pus.
a. Semen Vaccariae Segetalis (Wang Bu Liu Xiang)
b. Fructus Psoraleae Corylifoliae (Bu Gu zhi)
c. Eupolyphaga Seu Opisthoplatiae (Tu Bie Chong)
d. Rhizoma Drynariae (Gu Sui Bu)
e. Tabanus (Mang Chong)
c. Eupolyphaga Seu Opisthoplatiae (Tu Bie Chong)
Which of the following herb pairs treats agalactia due to blood stasis?
a. Caulis Akebiae (Mu Tong) & Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
b. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong) & Squama Mantis Pentadactylis (Chuan Shan Jia)
c. Squama Mantis Pentadactylis (Chuan Shan Jia) & Semen Viccariae Segetalis (Wang Bu Liu Xinag)
d. Semen Viccariae Segetalis (Wang Bu Liu Xinag) & Herba Lycopi Lucidi ( Ze Lan)
e. Herba Lycopi Lucidi (Ze Lan) & Radix Acyranthis Bidentatae (Niu Xi)
c. Squama Mantis Pentadactylis (Chuan Shan Jia) & Semen Viccariae Segetalis (Wang Bu Liu Xinag)
Which of the following herbs guides the blood to move downward?
a. Radix Achyranthis Bidetatae (Niu Xi)
b. Flos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua)
c. Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae (Dan Shen)
d. Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
e. Radix Angelicae Sinensis (Dang Gui)
a. Radix Achyranthis Bidetatae (Niu Xi)
When used to quicken the blood and stop pain, Feces Trogtopterori Seu Pteromi (Wu Ling Zi) is often combined with:
a. Radix Rubriae Cordufoliae (Qian Cao Gen)
b. FLos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua)
c. Pollen Typhae (Pu Huang)
d. Radix Glycyrrhizae (Gan Cao)
e. Radix Albus Paeoniae Lactiflorae (Bai Sao)
c. Pollen Typhae (Pu Huang)
The finctions of Tuber Curcumae (Yu Jin) are:
a. quicken the blood and rectify Qi,disperse swelling stop pain
b. quicken the blood and rectify Qi, cool the blood and clear heat
c. quicken the blood and rectify Qi, dispel wind and stop pain
d. quicken the blood and rectify Qi, nourish blood and quiet the spirit
e. quicken the blood and rectify Qi, reduce jaundice and quiet the fetus
b. quicken the blood and rectify Qi, cool the blood and clear heat

271
1)invig blood (trauma)
2) constrained LV qi
3) hot phlegm obstructing the orifices, mental derangement
4) GB jaundice
The functions of Semen Pruni Persicae (tao Ren) are:
a. move the blood and soothe the sinews
b. quicken the blood and stop pain, clear heat and eliminate dampness
c. quicken the blood and dispel stasis, moisten the intestines ans promote defecation
d. quicken the blood and stop pain, disperse swelling and stagnation
e. none of the above
c. quicken the blood and dispel stasis, moisten the intestines ans promote defecation