5 Written Questions
4 Matching Questions
- Ru Xiang moves Qi; Mo Yao moves blood
- Ji Xue Teng
- Tao Ren
- Yi Mu Cao
- a The herb for both Blood stasis AND Blood deficiency, it can promote flow of blood, nourish blood, relax tendons and collaterals, ie relax sinews and tendons
- b These two herbs are similar in moving blood and qi to relieve pain, and subduing swelling and generating tissue. What does each do more than the other?
- c The herb meaning benefiting the mother
- d Which herb can be used to treat lung abscess or intestinal abscess?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- For indigestion marked by fullness in the abdominal region, which of the herbs can be used?
- "Ox Knee" - Liver/Kid-knee deficiency-- to strengthen lower back and knees; tendons and bones; yin deficiency with heat signs, including toothache; traumatic injuries, INDUCE LABOR, amenorrhea; Liver Yang Rising
- Literally means "Ox Knee"
- Two herbs that can both move and nourish blood to calm spirit
- The herb similar to E Zhu but with a stronger effect of breaking up stagnated blood
5 True/False Questions
Niu Xi → weakness and soreness in the lower back and knee
Ru Xiang, Mo Yao, Xue Jie → Which herbs may make a decoction turbid and cause vomiting when used for a patient with a weak stomach?
Chuan Shan Jia → Which herb is said to be the herb for qi in blood?
Yan Hu Suo → A very important herb for stagnated blood in female disorders
Dan Shen → For stagnation of blood and internal abscess