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Which herb treats arthralgia pain & headaches?

a. Ru Xiang
b. Mu Xiang
c. Tan Xiang
d. Chuan Xiang
d. Chuan Xiang
Which herb expels Wind, alleviates pain, invigorates the Blood, & promotes the movement of Qi?

a. Dan Shen
b. Yu Jin
c. Mo Yao
d. Chuan Xiong
d. Chuan Xiong
Which herb invigorates the Blood, promotes movement of Qi, benefits the Gall Bladder, & reduces jaundice?

a. San Leng
b. Chuan Xiong
c. Yu Jin
d. Ru Xiang
c. Yu Jin
Chuan Xiong has which of the following properties?

a. Bitter & cold
b. Acrid & warm
c. Acrid & cool
d. Sour & warm
b. Acrid & warm
Which herb breaks up Blood Stasis, promotes the movement of Qi, unblocks menstruation, alleviates pain, & is used especially in cases of Wind-Damp-Cold arthralgia pain in the shoulder & brachia?

a. Chuan Xiong
b. Hong Hua
c. Jiang Huang
d. E Zhu
c. Jiang Huang
Of the herbs that invigorate the Blood, which ones also reduce swelling & generate flesh?

a. San Leng & E Zhu
b. Dan Shen & Bai Zhi
c. Chuang Xiong & Hong Hua
d. Ru Xiang & Mo Yao
d. Ru Xiang & Mo Yao
Which herb best treats Blood-Heat Stagnation, dysmenorrhea, or postpartum abdominal pain?

a. Chuan Xiong
b. Dan Shen
c. Jiang Huang
d. Ru Xiang
b. Dan Shen
Which herb invigorates, nourishes, & cools the Blood, breaks up Blood Stasis, reduces abscesses, & tranquilizes?

a. Chuan Xiong
b. Chi Shan
c. Dan Shen
d. Yuan Zhi
c. Dan Shen
Which herb does NOT move the Qi & invigorate the Blood?

a. Chuan Xiong
b. Jiang Huang
c. Yu Jin
d. Dan Shen
d. Dan Shen
Which herb invigorates the Blood, breaks up Blood Stasis, promotes urination, & reduces swelling?

a. E Zhu
b. Tao Ren
c. Tong Cao
d. Yi Mu Cao
d. Yi Mu Cao
Which herb promotes the movement of Qi, tonifies the Blood, invigorates the meridians, & relaxes sinews?

a. Chuan Xiong
b. Su Mu
c. Ji Xue Teng
d. Dang Gui
c. Ji Xue Teng
Which herb treats traumatic injuries, pain cuased by Blood Stasis, & constipation caused by dry Intestines?

a. Yu Jin
b. Hong Hua
c. Ru Xiong
d. Tao Ren
d. Tao Ren
Which herb supplements & restores the Liver & Kidneys, invigorates the Blood, & expels Blood Stasis?

a. Mo Yao
b. Tao Ren
c. Niu Xi
d. Dan Shen
c. Niu Xi
Which herb treats amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, postpartum abdominal pain caused by Blood Stasis, & epigastric pain?

a. Yi Mu Cao
b. Xue Jie
c. Wu Ling Zhi
d. Niu Xi
c. Wu Ling Zhi
Which herb disperses & transforms Blood Stasis, alleviates pain & stops bleeding?

a. Yan Hu Suo
b. Chuan Shan Jia
c. Wu Ling Zhi
d. Bai Ji
c. Wu Ling Zhi
Niu Xi does NOT perform which of the following functions?

a. Invigorates the Blood & expel Blood Stasis
b. Expel Wind & Damp
c. Strengthen the sinews & bones
d. Promotes diuresis to eliminate Damp from the Lower Jiao
b. Expel Wind & Damp
Niu Xi is NOT indicated for which of the following?

a. Dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, & lochioschesis
b. Pain & soreness affecting the lower back & knees
c. Nosebleed, vomiting of blood, toothaches, & bleeding gums
d. Scrofula or Phlegm nodules
d. Scrofula or Phlegm nodules
Ru Xiang & Mo Yao each perform which of the following functions?

a. Invigorate the Blood, dispel Blood Stasis, cool the Blood, & stop bleeding
b. Invigorate the Blood, alleviate pain, reduce swelling, & generate flesh
c. Invigorate the Blood, alleviate pain, promote urination, & reduce swelling
d. None of the above
b. Invigorate the Blood, alleviate pain,
reduce swelling, & generate flesh
Which three herbs each invigorate the Blood & promote the movement of Qi?

a. Chuan Xiong, Yu Jin, & Mu Xiong
b. Wu Yao, Mo Yao, & Ru Xiang
c. Yu Jin, Ru Xiang, & E Zhu
d. Yan Hu Suo, Niu Xi, & Chuan Xiong
c. Yu Jin, Ru Xiang, & E Zhu
Which herb induces the downward movement of Blood?

a. Niu Xi
b. Hong Hua
c. Dan Shen
d. Chuan Xiong
a. Niu Xi
Which herb treats Stagnant Qi, Blood Stasis, & pain (chest, abdominal, extremity, & all other types)?

a. Qing Pi
b. Xiang Fu
c. Yan Hu Suo
d. Ru Xiang
c. Yan Hu Suo
Which herb is often combined with Wu Ling Zhi to invigorate the Blood & alleviate pain?

a. Hong Hua
b. Pu Huang
c. Tao Ren
d. Chuan Shan Jia
b. Pu Huang
Tao Ren does NOT perform which of the following functions?

a. Invigorate the Blood
b. Dispel Blood Stasis
c. Moistens the Intestines
d. Reduces Swelling
d. Reduces Swelling
Yu Jin does NOT perform which of the following functions?

a. Invigorate the Blood & promote the movement of Qi
b. Clear the Heart & cool the Blood
c. Expel Damp evil & alleviate pain
d. Benefit the Gall Bladder & reduce jaundice
c. Expel Damp evil & alleviate pain
Tao Ren invigorates Blood circulation & performs which of the functions?

a. Drain Heat downward, transform Phlegm, stop cough

b. Dispel Blood Stasis, Clear Heat, soothe irritability

c. Dispel Blood Stasis, moistens the Intestines, unblocks the bowels

d. Alleviate pain, reduce swelling, regenerate flesh

e. Dispel Blood Stasis. supplement & restore the Liver & Kidneys
c. Dispel Blood Stasis, moistens the Intestines, unblocks the bowels
Niu Xi invigorates Blood circulation & performs which function?

a. Drain Heat downward, transform Phlegm, stop cough

b. Dispel Blood Stasis, Clear Heat, soothe irritability

c. Dispel Blood Stasis, moistens the Intestines, unblocks the bowels

d. Alleviate pain, reduce swelling, regenerate flesh

e. Dispel Blood Stasis. supplement & restore the Liver & Kidneys
e. Dispel Blood Stasis. supplement & restore the Liver & Kidneys
Ru Xiang invigorates Blood circulation & performs which function?

a. Drain Heat downward, transform Phlegm, stop cough

b. Dispel Blood Stasis, Clear Heat, soothe irritability

c. Dispel Blood Stasis, moistens the Intestines, unblocks the bowels

d. Alleviate pain, reduce swelling, regenerate flesh

e. Dispel Blood Stasis. supplement & restore the Liver & Kidneys
d. Alleviate pain, reduce swelling, regenerate flesh
Dan Shen invigorates Blood circulation & performs which functions?

a. Drain Heat downward, transform Phlegm, stop cough

b. Dispel Blood Stasis, Clear Heat, soothe irritability

c. Dispel Blood Stasis, moistens the Intestines, unblocks the bowels

d. Alleviate pain, reduce swelling, regenerate flesh

e. Dispel Blood Stasis. supplement & restore the Liver & Kidneys
b. Dispel Blood Stasis, Clear Heat, soothe irritability
Chi Shao performs which functions?

a. Clear Heat & Cool the Blood
b. Calm & curb the Liver Yang & alleviate pain
c. Both of the above
d. None of the above
a. Clear Heat & Cool the Blood
Ji Xue Teng performs which functions?

a. Tonify the Blood
b. promote the movement of Blood
c. Both of the above
d. None of the above
c. Both of the above
Yan Hu Suo is indicated for which disorders?

a. Stagnant Qi & Blood Stasis with abdominal pain
b. Headaches caused by Wind, Cold, Heat, or Deficient Blood
c. Both of the above
d. None of the above
a. Stagnant Qi & Blood Stasis with abdominal pain
Chuan Xiong is indicated for which disorders?

a. Stagnant Qi & Blood Stasis with abdominal pain
b. Headaches caused by Wind, Cold, Heat, or Deficient Blood
c. Both of the above
d. None of the above
c. Both of the above
Niu Xi is indicated for which disorders?

a. Headaches caused by Wind, Cold, Heat, or Deficient Blood
b. Abdominal pain caused by Blood Stasis
c. Both of the above
d. None of the above
b. Abdominal pain caused by Blood Stasis
Niu Xi is indicated for which disorders?

a. Soreness & pain in the lower back & knees caused by Deficient Liver & Kidneys

b. Pain in the lower back & knees caused by Damp-Heat painful obstruction

c. Both of the above

d. None of the above
c. Both of the above
Which herbs promote the movement of Blood & Qi?

a. Yu Jin
b. Jiang Huang
c. Both of the above
d. None of the above
c. Both of the above
Which herbs benefit the Gall Bladder & reduce jaundice?

a. Yu Jin
b. Jiang Huang
c. Both of the above
d. None of the above
a. Yu Jin
Which herbs treats edema caused by Damp-Heat & accompanied by dysuria?

a. Yi Mu Cao
b. Shan Zha
c. Both of the above
d. None of the above
a. Yi Mu Cao