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Which herb spreads the LV qi and break up stagnant qi, dissipates clumps and reduces stagnation?
a. qing pi
b. zhi shi
c. fo shou
d. chen pi
qing pi
Which herb is for constrained LV qi patterns with such symptoms as distention and pain in the chest, breast or hypochondriac regions, or hernial pain, for food stagnation w accumlation which manifests as pain, distention or a stifling sensation in the epigastrium. Often used for rather severe food stagnation and for abd masses when stagnant qi progresses to blood stasis, for phlegm dampness. Especially useful for breast abscesses w this etiology?
a. qing pi
b. zhi shi
c. fo shou
d. chen pi
qing pi
Which herb regulates the qi, improves the transportive function of the SP adjusts the middle and relieves the diaphragm, dries dampness and transforms phlegm, helps prevent stagnation?
a. qing pi
b. zhi shi
c. fo shou
d. chen pi
chen pi
Which herb is for SP or ST stagnant qi patterns w such symptoms as epigastric or abdominal distention, fullness, bloating, belching, and N/V and cough, an important herb for phlegm damp coughs w a stifling sensation in the chest and or diaphragm, and copious, viscous sputum, also used for damp turbidity obstructing the middle w a stifling sensation in the chest, abdominal distention, loss of app, fatigue, loose stool and a thick, greasy tongue coating, used w tonifying herbs to prevent their cloying nature from causing stagnation?
a. qing pi
b. zhi shi
c. fo shou
d. chen pi
chen pi
Which herb breaks up stagnant qi and reduces accumulation, transforms phlegm and expels focal distention?
a. qing pi
b. zhi shi
c. fo shou
d. chen pi
zhi shi
Which herb is for epigastic or abd pain and distention or indigestion w focal distention or gas, frequently used for abd pain and constipation caused by accumulation and stagnant qi, also used for dysenteric diarrhea that is difficult, w or wo tenesmus, focal distention and fullness in the chest and epi due to phlegm obstructing the qi mechanism, also used w qi tonifying herbs for gastriectasis, gastroptosis, rectal prolapse or uterine prolapse?
a. qing pi
b. zhi shi
c. fo shou
d. chen pi
zhi shi
Which herb spreads and regulates the LV qi, harmonizes the ST and strengthens the SP, dries dampness and transforms phlegm?
a. qing pi
b. zhi shi
c. fo shou
d. chen pi
fo shou
Which herb is for rib or flank pain, distention, and belching due to constrained LV qi. The herb strongly promotes the movement of qi, but its ability to alleviate pain is weak, for SP and ST qi stagnation w epi pain, fullness and distention, lack of app, belching and or vomiting, for sub acute or chronic cough w copious phlegm. Especially useful for unrelenting coughs w chest pain. BC its phlegm transforming function is rather weak, its not used in treating the early stages of externally contracted coughs?
a. qing pi
b. zhi shi
c. fo shou
d. chen pi
fo shou
Which herb promotes the movement of qi awakens the SP and eases the middle jiao, soothes LV qi and relieves constraint, resolves phlegm and stops cough?
a. xiang yuan
b. da fu pi
c. xiang fu
d. mu xiang
xiang yuan
Which herb is for qi stagnation of SP/ST, for LV qi constraint leading to chest and flank distension and pain, for cough w sputum?
a. xiang yuan
b. da fu pi
c. xiang fu
d. mu xiang
xiang yuan
Which herb promotes the downward of qi and reduces stagnation, promotes urination and reduces edema?
a. xiang yuan
b. da fu pi
c. xiang fu
d. mu xiang
da fu pi
Which herb is for patterns of food stag and qi obstruction w such signs as epigastric and abd distention, regurgitation of food, and belching w acid regurgitation, especially useful when these disorders are accompanied by constipation, for damp stag in the ST and intestines, for abd distention accompanied by edema, especially superficial edema or the symptoms of food stagnation. Also used for damp leg qi?
a. xiang yuan
b. da fu pi
c. xiang fu
d. mu xiang
da fu pi
Which herb spreads and regulates LV qi, regulates menstruation and alleviates pain?
a. xiang yuan
b. da fu pi
c. xiang fu
d. mu xiang
xiang fu
Which herb is for constrained LV qi patterns w hypochondriac pain and epigastric distention, as well as disharmony between the LV and SP, used to facilitate the flow of LV qi in gynecological disorders w such signs as dysmenorrhea or irregular menstruation?
a. xiang yuan
b. da fu pi
c. xiang fu
d. mu xiang
xiang fu
Which herb promotes the movement of qi and alleviates pain, adjust and regulates stagnant qi in the intestines, strengthens the SP and prevents stagnation?
a. xiang yuan
b. da fu pi
c. xiang fu
d. mu xiang
mu xiang
Which herb is for SP or ST stagnant qi w such symptoms as lack of appetite epigastric or abd pain or distention, nausea, and vomiting, also used for stagnant LV or GB qi w such symptoms as flank pain, distention or soreness, for diarrhea and dysenteric disorders, or for abdominal pain and tenesmus, used for tonifying herbs to ameliorate their side effects, especially useful when the transformative and transportive functions of the SP are weak?
a. xiang yuan
b. da fu pi
c. xiang fu
d. mu xiang
mu xiang
Which herb promotes the movement of qi and alleviates pain, warms the KI?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. xie bai
wu yao
Which herb is for stifling sensation in the chest, flank pain, and epi and abdominal pain and distention due to cold constraint and qi stagnation. Its also for cold accumulation and qi stagnation manifested in lower abd pain, hernial disorder, or menstrual pain, for frequent urination or urinary incontinence due to insufficiency of KI yang and cold from def of the BL?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. xie bai
wu yao
Which herb promotes the movement of qi and alleviates pain, directs rebellious qi downward and regulates the middle, aids the KI in grasping the qi?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. xie bai
chen xiang
Which herb is for stagnant qi patterns w such symptoms as distention, pain or a feeling of pressure in the epigastric or abd region, especially useful for problems due to cold from deficiency or blood stasis, for rebellious qi wheezing of either the excessive or deficient type, or vomiting, belching, or hiccups due to cold from def. of the ST or SP, for asthma and wheezing due to KI yang qi def?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. xie bai
chen xiang
Which herb promotes the movement of qi and alleviates pain, for pain associated w stagnant qi in the chest and abd, recently used in coronary artery disease?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. xie bai
tan xiang
Which herb unblocks yang qi and disperses cold phlegm, promotes the movement of qi and blood and alleviates pain?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. xie bai
xie bai
Which herb is for damp cold painful obstruction of the chest due to cold turbid phlegm congealing and stagnating in the chest where it prevents the dissemination and flow the yang qi, symptoms include chest, flank, or upper bk pian, dyspnea, coughing, wheezing and a stifling sensation in the chest, for cold stagnant qi w such symptoms as epigastric fullness, distention and abdominal pain, also for chest pain due to blood obstructing the HT channel, for damp stagnation in the LI associated with dysenteric disorders?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. xie bai
xie bai
Which herb promotes the movement of qi and stops pain, clears heat, dries dampness, regulates the qi, and alleviates pain, kills parasites and stops pain?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. chuan lian zi
chuan lian zi
Which herb is for flank, rib and abdomnial pain due to constrained LVqi or LV ST disharmony, also used for hernial disorders, especially useful in casis w heat signs, for epigastric, abd, flank or hernial pain associated w damp heat stagnant qi, for roundworms and tapeworms, Not really good in expelling parasites but good for the pain of accumulation on them, also used topically in powder form for tinea of the scalp?
a. wu yao
b. Chen xiang
c. tan xiang
d. chuan lian zi
chuan lian zi
Which herbs for stagnant qi of the SP and ST?
mu xiang
chen pi
zhi shi
xiang yuan
fo shou
Which herbs for constrained LV qi w symptoms of stagnant qi?
xiang fu
zhi ke
wu yao
xiang yuan
qing pi
fo shou
Which herbs for stagnant lung qi?
Chen xiang
chen pi
tan xiang
Which herbs for stagnant qi w cold?
chen xiang
wu yao
Which herbs for stagnant qi w heat?
chuan lian zi
zhi shi
Which herb for stagnant qi in the chest and upper back?
xie bai
zhi shi
Hypochondrial pain due to stagnant qi?
chuan lian zi
zhi ke
qing pi
xiang fu
Which herbs for Upper abdominal pain?
xiang fu
mu xiang
Which herbs for paraumbilical pain?
wu yao
mu xiang
Which herbs for lower abdominal pain?
Chen xiang
wu yao
chuan lian zi