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4 level deals with WARM disease
true
In 4 level, warm disease, you get fever EARLY
true
4 level is like Plague - Epidemic - SARS. This ain't no common cold, wind heat invasion.....
True
4 levels
1. Wei
2. Qi
3. Ying
4. Xue
Wei level can be compared to the 6 Channel ____________
Taiyang
Wind heat is common cold; warm heat is plague
True
The evil in the 4 level discussion is ____________
Warm Heat
Warm disease has a distinguishing characteristic ____________
Fever very EARLY.
Qi Fen affected internal organs?
Lung, Stomach and Large intestine
Qi fen level means evil has moved more internal?
true
Vigorous fever, aversion to heat, no aversion to cold (internal hea), profuse sweating, thirst with a preference for cold
beverages, yellow and dry tongue coating, flooding or
slippery pulse.
Qi Fen level
Qi Fen corresponds to 6 Channel ______________
Yangming (Yangming Qi Level)
Ying level organs
Heart and Pericardium
Fever heavier at night (worsen at night), insomnia, irritability, restlessness, occasional delirium or muddled nsciousness, thirst but little desire to drink, mild macular eruption (maculopapular),
deep-red tongue, thin and rapid pulse.
Ying Level
Fever, restlessness or delirium, muddled
consciousness or coma, very deep-red tongue,
loss of blood, maculopapular rashes over the
entire body, deep-red or crimson tongue,
thin and fast or choppy pulse
Xue Level
In Xue level, affected organs are heart and liver.

•Fever
•Irritation, manic
•Purplish or dark macula
•Blood in stools or urine
•Spasm/rigidity in the mouth, neck or even opisthotonos
•Deep scarlet or purplish tongue
•Wiry and fast pulse
Excess Heat at the Blood Level
In Xue level, affected organs are liver and kidney.
Constant low fever
•Five-palm heat
•Dry mouth and throat
•Bleeding
•Emaciation
•Mild tremor in four extremities
•Red/purplish tongue, less coating
•Thin and fast pulse
Xu Heat at the blood level
San Jiao helps us to track WARM disease. Helps determine the location. Also Qing Dynasty.
True
San Jiao Theory:
Fever, slight aversion to cold,
headache, slightly thirsty, cough, thin & yellow coating, floating & fast pulse
Upper Jiao: Disorder of ascending and descending lung qi due to external pathogen attacking
San Jiao Theory:
Fever, sweating, thirsty, cough, dyspnea, red tongue, yellow coating, fast pulse
Upper Jiao: Blockage of lung qi due to LUNG HEAT
San Jiao Theory:
Muddled consciousness, delirium, retraction of the tongue, cold extremities, fever, deep-red tongue, thin and rapid pulse.
Upper Jiao: Blockage of pericardium by invasion of heat
San Jiao Theory:
Fever without aversion to cold, red face & eyes, sweating, hungry, thirsty, bitter taste, rough breathing, yellow and dry coating, flooding and large pulse. Entire face red.
Excessive Heat in Stomach (middle jiao)
San Jiao Theory:
Fever reaching zenith in the afternoon, abdominal distention, constipation, concentrated urine, yellow, black and dry coating, deep and strong pulse
Middle Jiao - Heat accumulation in the Large intestine
SJ Theory:
Contained fever (not obvious) which still exist even after sweating, distention in the chest and epigastrium, poor appetite, heavy body, greasy coating and soggy pulse
Middle Jiao - Damp-heat in the spleen
SJ Theory:
Fever, malar flushing, low back pain, tinnitus, relatively warm, palms and soles, dry
mouth and throat, tinnitus, fatigue and deficient pulse
Lower Jiao: Kindney yin Xu - consumption of yin by heat
SJ Theory:
Convulsions and trembling, listlessness, dry eye, deep-red tongue, thin and wiry pulse
Lower Jiao: Liver Yin Xu - Malnutrition of Liver and inner wind due to Kidney Yin Xu