MM4 Coughing & Wheezing

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MM4 Herbs that Relieve Coughing & Wheezing
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  1. What are the characteristics of Xing Ren?
    4*
    • Bitter
    • Slight warm
    • SLIGHTLY TOXIC
    • LI, LU
  2. What are the characteristics of Zi Wan?
    4*
    • Bitter
    • Slightly warm
    • LU
  3. What are the characteristics of Kuan Dong Hua?
    3*
    • Acrid
    • Warm
    • LU
  4. What are the characteristics of (Zi) Su Zi?
    • Acrid
    • Warm
    • LI, LU
  5. What are the characteristics of Pi Pa Ye?
    • Bitter
    • Cool
    • LU, ST
  6. What are the characteristics of Bai Bu?
    • Sweet
    • Bitter
    • Slightly warm
    • LU
  7. What are the characteristics of Sang Bai Pi?
    • Sweet
    • Cold
    • LU, SP
  8. What are the characteristics of Ting Li Zi?
    2*
    • Acrid
    • Bitter
    • Cold
    • LU, UB
  9. What are the characteristics of Ma Dou Ling?
    1*
    • Bitter
    • Slight acrid
    • Cold
    • LI, LU
  10. What are the characteristics of Mu Hu Die?
    • Sweet
    • Bland
    • Cool
    • LV, LU
  11. What are the characteristics of Meng Shi?
    1*
    • Sweet
    • Salty
    • Neutral
    • LV, LU
  12. What are the actions & indications of Xing Ren?
    4*
    • STOP COUGHING & CALM WHEEZING --> due to heat or cold. Herb is moisten in nature.
    • MOISTEN THE INTESTINE & UNBLOCK THE BOWEL --> high oil content
  13. What are the actions & indications of Zi Wan?
    4*
    RELIEVE COUGH & EXPEL PHLEGM -->chronic & cold-induced w/copious amounts of sputum that is difficult to expectorate.
  14. What are the actions & indications of Kuan Dong Hua?
    3*
    REDIRECT QI DOWNWARD & STOP COUGHING --> mostly due to cold
  15. What are the actions & indications of (Zi) Su Zi?
    • STOP COUGHING & WHEEZING, REDIRECT QI DOWNWARD AND DISSOLVES PHLEGM --> copious phlegm, stifling sensation in chest, labored exhalation
    • MOISTEN INTESTINES --> dry intestines
  16. What are the actions & indications of Pi Pa Ye?
    • TRANSFORM PHLEGM, CLEAR LU HEAT, REDIRECT LU QI DOWNWARD --> LU heat pattern w/cough
    • HARMONIZE ST, CLEAR ST HEAT AND REDIRECT ST QI DOWNWARD --> nausea, vomiting, hiccup, belching due to ST heat
  17. What are the actions & indications of Bai Bu?
    • MOISTEN LU AND STOP COUGHING --> acute & chronic cough, esp. yin deficiency
    • EXPEL PARASITE & KILL LICE --> head or body lice, flea. Internally for pinworm.
  18. What are the actions & indications of Sang Bai Pi?
    • STOP COUGHING & WHEEZING  --> LU heat
    • PROMOTE URINATION & REDUCE EDEMA --> Lu heat obstruct downward LU qi, preventing water from moving (edema, fever, thirst, floating pulse)
  19. What are the actions & indications of Ting Li Zi?
    2*
    • DRAIN LU, REDUCE PHLEGM, CALMS WHEEZING --> excess type cough w/copious sputum, phlegm accumulation due or LU heat
    • MOVES WATER AND REDUCES EDEMA --> facial edema or fluid accumulation in chest/abdomen w/excess type obstruction of LU and UB Qi
  20. What are the actions & indications of Ma Dou Ling?
    1*
    • CLEAR LU, TRANSFORM PHLEGM, STOP COUGH AND CALM WHEEZING --> due to LU heat or LU deficiency + heat signs
    • RECENTLY USED FOR HYPERTENSION 
    • BLEEDING HEMORRHOID
  21. What are the actions & indications of Mu Hu Die?
    • MOISTEN THE LU AND CLEAR THE VOICE --> cough, sore throat, hoarseness
    • COMFORTS THE LV & REGULATE QI --> flank & epigastric P! due to constrained Qi
    • TOPICALLY FOR ULCERATED SUPPURATIVE SORES
  22. What are the actions & indications of Meng Shi?
    1*
    • DIRECT QI DOWNWARD AND REDUCES PHLEGM --> due to old/stubborn phlegm. Severe food stagnation 
    • CALMS LV & CONTROLS PALPITATIONS & SEIZURES --> mania-withdrawal,chronic convulsions, phlegm-heat palpitations
  23. What are the cautions & contraindications of Xing Ren
    4*
    CAUTION --> infants, cases of diarrhea
  24. What are the cautions & contraindications of Zi Wan?
    4*
    CAUTION --> coughs due to yin def w/heat signs, excess patterns
  25. What are the cautions & contraindications of Kuan Dong Hua?
    3*
    CAUTION --> cough due to heat
  26. What are the cautions & contraindications of (Zi) Su Zi?
    CONTRA --> chronic diarrhea
  27. What are the cautions & contraindications of  Pi Pa Ye?
    CONTRA --> vomiting due to ST cold. Cough due to exterior cold in LU.
  28. What are the cautions & contraindications of  Bai Bu?
    CONTRA --> SP deficiency or loose stools
  29. What are the cautions & contraindications of Sang Bai Pi?
    CONTRA --> excessive urination, cough due to wind-cold
  30. What are the cautions & contraindications of  Ting Li Zi?
    2*
    CONTRA --> cough due to LU Qi def, edema due to SP def
  31. What are the cautions & contraindications of Ma Dou Ling?
    • CONTRA --> diarrhea due to SP def, cough due to cold from def or wheezing
    • Large dose --> nausea, vomiting
  32. What are the cautions & contraindications of  Meng Shi?
    1*
    • CONTRA --> pregnancy or debilitated
    • CAUTION --> weak SP & ST
  33. What is the dosage of Xing Ren?
    4*
    • 3-9 g
    • Chopped (decocted) --> usually added near end
    • OD = dizziness, nausea, vomiting, HA
    • Severe cases OD = dyspnea & spasm
  34. Ma Dou Ling
  35. Mu Hu Die
  36. Ting Li Zi
  37. Sang Bai Pi
  38. Bai Bu
  39. Pi Pa Ye
  40. Zi Su Zi
  41. Kuan Dong Hua
  42. Zi Wan
  43. Xing Ren
  44. What is the dosage of Zi Wan?
    4*
    • 3-9 g
    • Frying herb w/honey will strengthen action of moistening LU & stop cough 
    • Significant expectorant effect in animal experiments.
  45. What is the dosage of Kuan Dong Hua?
    3*
    • 1.5-9 g
    • Frying w/honey enhances ability to moisten LU.
    • HIGH dosage = syncope & apnea
  46. What is the dosage of Zi Su Zi?
    4.5-9 g
  47. What is the dosage of Pi Pa Ye?
    • 4.5-12 g
    • Often fried in honey to strengthen LU moistening qualities OR ginger juice to increase its ability to stop nausea & vomiting.
    • Leaves should be scrubbed clean of any hair to prevent irritation of the throat.
  48. What is the dosage of Bai Bu?
    • 3-9 g
    • For pinworms = 30-60 g for 3 days
  49. What is the dosage of Sang Bai Pi?
    • 6-15 g
    • Honey-fried when used to stop coughing & wheezing
    • Decoction shows increase in urine output (diurectic effect)
    • Effect on BP
  50. What is the dosage of Ting Li Zi ?
    2*
    3-9 g
  51. What is the dosage of Ma Dou Ling?
    1*
    3-9 g
  52. What is the dosage of Mu Hu Die?
    1.5-6 g
  53. What is the dosage of Meng Shi?
    1*
    • 9-15 g decoction
    • Wrap in cheesecloth bag
  54. Bei Xin Ren  -->
    Bitter apricots (grown in N. China) used as medicine
  55. Nan Xing Ren -->
    Sweet apricots (grown in S. China) used for dry or deficient coughs
  56. Which herb is slightly toxic?
    Xing Ren

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