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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. How are minerals and shells prepared?
  2. If cold predominates it's called?
  3. Damp Bi:
  4. For most dry plant matter what is the best proof of alcohol to use?
  5. When wind, cold and damp stagnate in the channels over time and turns into heat it's called?
  1. a Cold Bi (the pain is severe and aching)
  2. b 80 proof (like vodka or rum)
  3. c Heat Bi (redness, swelling and pain)
  4. d numbness and fixed pain in joint with swelling and difficulty stretching; tx involves transforming damp and strengthening spleen
  5. e cooked for 30-60 minutes before adding other herbs in formula.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. pain, numbness, swollen joints, heavy sensation of 4 limbs, and difficulty bending and stretching (Bi syndrome)
  2. an extraction of herbal ingredients using a solvent
  3. nature: pungent and warm
    taken as a tonic (alcohol inproves circulation of qi and blood)
  4. interior warming herb (always comes prepared never prepared by self, highly toxic)
  5. deficiency cold caused by yang deficiency.

5 True/False questions

  1. If damp predominates it's called?Damp Bi (pain is heavy, fixed and swelling of joint)

          

  2. How are tonic formulas prepared?cooked for 30-60 minutes before adding other herbs in formula.

          

  3. Pale face, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, epigastric and abdominal pain, patient prefers heat, no appetite, aching limbs, pulse is tense and tongue has white coat are symptoms of what?nature: pungent and warm
    taken as a tonic (alcohol inproves circulation of qi and blood)

          

  4. 1 Qian is equal to?30 grams

          

  5. How is the ratio of herb to solvent determined?weight; and is 1 part herb to 5 parts alcohol (the herb still needs to be covered by solvent so add till it is)

          

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