Ind Herbs 1 Quiz 1

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  1. Which of the following is not the function of Ma Huang?
    A. Releases Exterior & Disperses Cold
    B. Used during Pregnancy
    C. Promotes Urination & Reduce Edema
    D. Facilitates Movement of LU Qi, Calms Wheezing, & Stops Coughing
    B. Used during Pregnancy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Which of the following will be used for Exterior with Dampness Disorder?
    a. Jing Jie
    b. Ma Haung
    c. Gui Zhi
    d. Qiang Huo
    • c. Gui Zhi
    • d. Qiang Huo
  3. Which of the following condition is Gui Zhi not used for?
    A. Shoulder Pain
    B. Palpitations
    C. Dysmeorrhea
    D. Morning Sickness
    D. Morning Sickness

    Gui Zhi CI in Pregnancy or Excessive Menstruation. Used for Ext Cold from Def Patterns where Sweating occurs without improvement. Warms & Unblocks Channels; Warms Yang & Transforms Thin Mucus. Painful obstruction & Warming Bld Vss to Remove Stag & Regulate Menses
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Which of the following is not the function of Zi Su Ye?
    A. Releases Exterior & Disperses Cold
    B. Stops Bleeding
    C. Promotes Movement of Qi & Expands the Chest
    D. Resolves Seafood Poisoning
    B. Stops Bleeding

    Zi Su Ye Releases Exterior & Disperses Cold, Promotes Movement of Qi & Expands the Chest, & Resolves Seafood Poisoning.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Which of the following is better for general body ache due to cold?
    A. Gui Zhi
    B. Jing Jie
    C. Ma Huang
    D. Qiang Huo
    D. Qiang Huo

    Qiang Huo Guides Qi to Tai Yang & DU Channel, Unblocks Painful Obstruction & Alleviates Pain- Used for Wind-Cold-Damp Bi-Syndrome, esp Upper Part of Body & Upper Limbs. Releases Exterior & Disperses Cold.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Which of the following condition is Zi Su Ye not used for?
    A. ABD Distention
    B. Seafood Poisoning
    C. Vaginal Discharge
    D. Morning Sickness
    C. Vaginal Discharge

    Zi Su Ye Releases Exterior & Disperses Cold, Promotes Movement of Qi & Expands the Chest, & Resolves Seafood Poisoning.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Which of the following condition(s) can Fang Feng be used for?
    a. External Wind Invasion
    b. Spontaneous Sweating
    c. Joint Pain
    d. All of the Above
    d. All of the Above

    • Fang Feng- Sweet, Acrid, Slightly Warm- BL, LR, SP
    • Expels Wind Relieves Spasms-Ext Wind-Cold; Internal Wind; Intestinal Wind 2' Imbalance btw LR & SP.
    • Expels Wind-Damp & Alleviates Pain- Ext Wind-Damp Bi-Syndrome when COMBINED w/ Qiang Huo.
    • Releases Exterior & Expels Wind.
  8. Which of the following is good for elminating toxicity from crab?
    A. Qiang Huo
    B. Sheng Jiang
    C. Bai Zhi
    D. Gao Ben
    B. Sheng Jiang

    Sheng Jiang Warms Middle Jiao, Alleviates Vomiting- used for Cold in ST, Adjusting Wei Qi & Ying Qi when Sweat without improvement.
    Induce Sweating, Releases Ext & Disperses Cold.
    Warms LU & Stops Cough.
    Resolves Toxicity- Seafood Poisoning, Resolve Toxicity of Other Herbs.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Which of the following herbs is food for headache on the vertex?
    A. Qiang Ben
    B. Zi Su Ye
    C. Gao Ben
    D. Bai Zhi
    C. Gao Ben

    Gao Ben, Acrid, Warm- BL, DU
    D/C Exterior Condition & Disperses Cold- Exterior Wind-Cold Attack.
    Dispels Wind, Overcomes, Dampness & Alleviates Pain- Exterior Wind-Cold-Damp Bi-Syndrome.
    CI H/A from Bld Def or Heat Pattern.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Which of the following is not the function of Fang Feng?
    A. Expels Wind-Dampness & Alleviates Pain
    B. Resolves Toxictiy
    C. Expels Wind & Relieves Spasms
    D. Releases the Exterior & Expels Wind
    B. Resolves Toxictiy

    Fang Feng- Sweet, Acrid- BL, LR, SP
    Expels Wind & Relieves Spasms- Ext Wind-Cold; Internal Wind; Intestinal Wind 2' Imbalance btw LR & SP.
    Expels Wind-Dampness & Alleviates Pain- Ext Wind-Damp Bi-Syndrome when COMBINED w/ Qiang Huo.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. Which of the following is good for nasal congestion and vaginal discharge?
    A. Qiang Huo
    B. Zi Su Ye
    C. Gao Ben
    D. Bai Zhi
    D. Bai Zhi

    Bai Zhi- Acrid, Warm- LU, ST, SP
    Expels Wind, Elimanates Damp, Unblocks Nasal Passages & Alleviates Pain- Wind Invading Yang Ming Channels of Head.
    Reduces Swelling & Expels Pus- Early Stage of Superficial Sores & Carbuncles.
    Expels Damp & Alleviates Discharge- Cold-Damp or Damp-Heat in Lower Jiao.
    CI: Yin Def, Heat in Blood
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. What can Xiang Ru do besides Release the Exterior?
    A. Unblock the Nasal Passages
    B. Vent Rashes
    C. Used for Sores
    D. Promote Urination
    D. Promote Urination

    Xiang Ru- Acrid, Aromatic, Slightly Warm- LU, ST
    Releases Exterior & Induces Sweating- Summer-Heat or Wind-Cold Damp.
    Promotes Urination & Reduces Swelling.
    CI: Profuse Sweating from Exterior Deficiency.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Which of the following is not the function of Sheng Jiang?
    A. Expels Wind-Cold & Unblocks the Nasal Passages
    B. Induces Sweating, Releases the Exterior, & Disperses Cold.
    C. Warms the Lungs & Stops Coughs
    D. Warms the Middle Burner & Alleviates Vomiting
    A. Expels Wind-Cold & Unblocks the Nasal Passages

    Sheng Jiang- Acrid, Slightly Warm- LU, HT, KI
    Warms Middle Jiao, Alleviates Vomiting- Cold in ST- Adjusting Wei Qi & Ying Qi when Sweat without Improvement in Dx.
    Induce Sweating, Rleases Exterior & Disperses Cold.
    Warms LU & Stops Cough.
    Resolves Toxicity- Seafood Poisoning- Resolving Toxicity of other Herbs.
    CI: Yin Def Heat; any Heat Pattern
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. What can Xin Yi Hua do besides Release the Exterior?
    A. Used for Sores
    B. Vent Rashes
    C. Unblock the Nasal Passages
    D. Promote Urination
    C. Unblock the Nasal Passages

    Xin Yi Hua- Acrid, Slightly Warm- LU
    Expels Wind-Cold & Unblocks Nasal Passages- Nasal Obstruction or Congestion.
    CI: Yin Def Heat
    Dosage: 3-9g. Placed in cheesecloth bag prior to decocting to remove small hair from the flowers.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. Which of the following herbs is not used for Rashes?
    A. Qiang Huo
    B. Bai Zhi
    C. Jing Jie
    D. Xi He Liu
    A. Qiang Huo

    Qiang Huo- Acrid, Bitter, Aromatic, Warm- BL, KD
    Guides Qi to the Tai Yang & DU Channel.
    Unblocks Painful Obstruction & Alleviates Pain- Wind-Cold-Damp Bi-Syndrome esp for Upper Part of Body & Upper Limbs.
    Releases Exterior & Disperses Cold.
    CI: Bld Def Painful Obstruction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. Which of the following herbs is not used for Nasal Congestion?
    A. Cang Er Zi
    B. Xi Xin
    C. Xiang Ru
    D. Bai Zhi
    C. Xiang Ru

    Xiang Ru- Acrid, Aromatic, Slightly Warm- LU, ST
    Releases Exterior & Induces Sweating- Summer-Heat or Wind-Cold Damp.
    Promotes Urination & Reduces Sweating
    CI: Profuse Sweating from Exterior Def
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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