MM4 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
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    Ma Dou Ling
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    Mu Hu Die
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    Ting Li Zi
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    Sang Bai Pi
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    Bai Bu
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    Pi Pa Ye
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    Zi Su Zi
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    Kuan Dong Hua
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    Zi Wan
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    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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