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Herbs that invigorate Blood and Transform Stasis

Herbs II Quiz 11 - Promote Blood, Relieve Stagnation
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Yu Jin
The herb that can promote flow of blood to stop pain and relieve stagnation of liver qi
Jiang Huang
The herb that can break up stagnated blood and treat arthralgia
E Zhu
The herb that can break up stagnated blood and promote flow of qi to relieve pain, used to treat amenorrhea, abdominal pain and masses
San Leng
The herb similar to E Zhu but with a stronger effect of breaking up stagnated blood
Dan Shen
The herb that can promote flow of blood and nourish blood to calm spirit
Yi Mu Cao
The herb meaning benefiting the mother
Ji Xue Teng
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
Tao Ren
The herb that can promote flow of blood and moisten intestine
Yu Jin
Which herb can treat turbid pathogen obstructing in the clear orifices in epidemic febrile disease?
Yu Jin*
*The herb that invigorates the blood and promotes flow of qi to clear blood stasis, eg pain due to Liver qi stagnation, gallbladder, jaundice
E Zhu and San Leng
For indigestion marked by fullness in the abdominal region, which of the herbs can be used?
Strong, weaker
Compared with E Zhu, San Leng is ____ at breaking up stagnated blood, and ____ at promoting flow of qi to relieve pain.
Vinegar
The effect of relieving pain will become stronger when San Leng and E Zhu are prepared with
Dan Shen
Which of the following herbs is slightly cold in nature?
Dan Shen
This herb can be used for carbuncles and functions to cool blood and remove stagnated blood?
Relieve edema
Apart from being a very important herb for female diseases, Yi Mu Cao can also
Ji Xue Teng
Irregular menstruation due to stagnation of blood, blood deficiency or both blood deficiency and stagnated blood
Tao Ren
Which herb can be used to treat lung abscess or intestinal abscess?
Ru Xiang
Which herb can cause the decoction to be turbid when used in decoction?
Yi Mu Cao and Wu Ling Zhi
Classic analgesics that promote blood and remove stasis
Dan Shen and Ji Xue Teng
Both of these herbs nourish and promote blood, commonly used for Blood stasis accompanied by Blood deficiency
Ru Xiang, Mo Yao, Xue Jie
Can be taken orally or topically for Blood stasis with swelling and pain from traumatic injury
Jiang Huang
Similar to E Zhu, but mainly acts on arms and shoulders; Blood stasis, dispel wind, alleviate pain; also toxic swelling, sores, carbuncles
Niu Xi
"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
Ru Xiang moves Qi; Mo Yao moves blood
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?
Chuan Xiong
Which herb is said to be the herb for qi in blood?
Chuan Xiong
Which herb is the most important herb for headache?
Ru Xiang
Which herb has a good effect of moving blood to relieve pain and is often used together with Mo Yao?
Ru Xiang and Chuan Xiong
Which two herbs have the common functions of moving blood to relieve pain and subdue swelling and regenerate new tissues?
Ru Xiang and Chuan Xiong
Which herbs may make a decoction turbid and cause vomiting when used for a patient with a weak stomach?
Yan Hu Suo
Used for pain due to stagnated blood in the chest and abdomen and in the limbs has 45% of the effect of morphine
Yu Jin
The herb used mainly for stagnation of blood with stagnation of liver qi
Yu Jin
Can be used for turbid dampness confusing the mind
Yu Jin
Jaundice, epilepsy and epistaxis due to Liver Heat. (but not arm pain due to wind cold dampness)
Ding Xiang
The herb that Yu Jin is incompatible with
Yu Jin
This herb cannot break up stagnated blood
Jiang Huang
Can be used to treat arm pain due to wind cold dampness
E Zhu and San Leng
Two herbs used mainly for severe stagnation of both qi and blood marked by abdominal pain due to amenorrhea or abdominal mass.
San Leng
Compared with E Zhu, this herb is stronger in breaking up stagnated blood
Dan Shen and Ji Xue Teng
Two herbs that can both move and nourish blood to calm spirit
Dan Shen
Can be used for carbuncles by both cooling blood and dissipating stagnated blood
Dan Shen
Can be used for heat entering ying or blood level
Yi Mu Cao
A very important herb for stagnated blood in female disorders
Yi Mu Cao
Literally means "Benefiting Mother Herb"
Yi Mu Cao
Another function of this herb is to induce diuresis
Ji Xue Teng
This herb can nourish blood, move blood, and relax tendons and muscles.
Tao Ren
For stagnation of blood and internal abscess
Tao Ren
Moisten intestine to promote bowel movement
Wu Ling Zhi
Important herb for ALL KINDS OF PAIN due to stagnated blood
Wu Ling Zhi
Can also remove stagnated blood to stop bleeding
Niu Xi
Literally means "Ox Knee"
Niu Xi
Can induce blood to flow downard to treat hyperactivity of liver yang or difficult labor or dysmenorrhea
Niu Xi
weakness and soreness in the lower back and knee
Chuan Shan Jia
Activate blood flow to promote menstruation, promote milk secretion and subdue swelling and drain pus
Common function of herbs from insects Zhe Chong, Shui Zhi and Meng Chong
Break up stagnated blood, treat amenorrhea or abdominal mass due to blood stasis
Zhe Chong
Which herb can reunite tendons and bones
Meng Chong
Which herb from insects is strongest in moving blood and removing stagnated blood
Wang Bu Liu Xing
A non-toxic insect herb
Wang Bu Liu Xing
Insect herb that activates blood flow to promote menstruation, induce diuresis, promote milk secretion