PCOM Herbs6 Midterm Action and Indications

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  1. What is the Western and TCM DX for prescribing Tian Ma Gou Teng Yin
    • Western: Cerebralvascular disease
    • TCM: Liver wind.
  2. Action and indication of Yue Ju Wan
    • Action: Promote movement of qi and release constraint
    • Indication: Six Stagnations
  3. Action and Indication of Chai Hu Shu Gan San
    • Action: soothes the liver
    • Indication: Liver Qi stagnation
  4. Zhi Shi Xie Bai Gui Zhi Tang
    • Action: unblocks the yang and dissipate clumps
    • Indication: Xiong Bi - Painful obstruction of chest from qi clumping. (w/ distention)
  5. Gua Lou Xie Bai Bai Jiu Tang
    • Action: unblock the yang and dissipate clumps.
    • Indication: Mild Xiong Bi (no distention)
  6. Gua Lou Xie Bai Ban Xia Tang
    • Action: unblocks yang, expel phlegm
    • Indication: Xiong bi with Phlegm
  7. Ban Xia Hou Po Tang
    • Action: Direct rebellious qi down, dissipate clumps
    • Indications: Plum-pit Qi (Qi and Phlegm mutually binding)
  8. Hou Po Wen Zhong Tang
    • Action: eliminates fullness, dries damp, warms the MJ
    • Indication: injuring sp due to damp-cold
  9. Ling Fu Wan
    • Action: Warm the MJ, expell cold, alleviate pain
    • Indication: Cold in the LV and ST channel
  10. Jin Ling Zi San
    • Action: Spread liver qi, drain heat, 
    • Indication: Liver constraint transformed into heat
  11. Tian Tai Wu Yao San
    • Action: Spread liver qi, scatter cold
    • Indication: Qi-type bulging disorder (Shan Disorder) - qi stagnation in the liver channel due to cold invasion.
  12. Su Zi Jiang qi Tang
    • Action: direct rebellious qi down, wheezing, coughing
    • Indication: Abundance above and deficiency below.
  13. Ding Chuan Tang
    • Action: Descend lung qi, clear heat transform phlegm
    • Indication: Xiao Chuan
  14. Xuan Fu Dai Zhe Tang
    • Action: Direct rebellious qi down, transform phlegm, tonify qi
    • Indication: Stomach qi rebellion due to phlegm obstruction and ST qi Xu
  15. Ju Pi Zhu Ru Tang
    • Action: direct rebellious qi down, clear heat, Tonify Qi
    • Indication: St Qi rebellion due to ST heat and St Qi Xu
  16. Ding Xiang Shi Di Tang
    • Action: Direct Qi down, Warm the MJ, Tonify Qi
    • Indication: Vomitting, hiccup and belching due to cold xu in ST
  17. Xiao Ban Xia Tang
    • Action: Removes mucus, harmonize Stomach
    • Indication: Phlegm and mucus obstruction causing nausea
  18. Da Ban Xia Tang
    • Action: Harmonize the St, tonify qi
    • Indication: Stomach reflux due to cold xu
  19. Tao He Cheng Qi Tang
    • Action: Break blood stasis, drain heat
    • Indication: Blood stasis in the lower jiao with heat
  20. Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang
    • Action: Invigorate blood, relieves pain
    • Indication: Blood stasis in the chest
  21. Shen Tong Zhu Yu Tang
    • Action: Invigorate blood, unblock collaterals
    • Indication: Bi, qi and Bld stagnation in the meridians and collaterals
  22. Tong Qiao Huo Xue Tang
    • Action: Invigorate blood, opens orifcies
    • Indication: Blood stasis in the head and upper body
  23. Ge Xia Zhu Yu Tang
    • Action: Invigorate blood, movies qi
    • Indication: Blood stasis and Liver qi stagnation below the Diaphram
  24. Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang
    • Action: Invigorate blood, warms the menses
    • Indication: Blood stasis accumulating in the lower abdomen
  25. Shi Xiao San
    • Action: invigorate blood, releaves pain
    • Indication: blood stagnation causing pain in general
  26. Dan Shen Yin
    • Action: Invigorate blood, relieves pain
    • Indication: Blood and Qi stag in the Middle causing pain in chest
  27. Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang
    • Action: Tonify Qi, Invigorate blood, unblocks meridians
    • Indications: Qi and Bld stasis in the meridians with Qi Xu
  28. Fu Yuan Huo Xue Tang
    • Action: Invigorates Blood, spreads liver qi, unblocks meridians
    • Indications: Hypochondriac blood stag from trauma causing pain
  29. Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan
    • Action: Moves blood, reduces masses
    • Indication: blood stasis in uterus caused by fluid accumulation
  30. Sheng Hua Tang
    • Action: Invigorates blood, warms meridans
    • Indication: Blood and cold stag causing postpartum lochial retention
  31. Wen Jing Tang
    • Action: Warms meridians/menses, stop uterine bleeding, boosts the middle
    • Indication: Deficiency cold of chong and ren with blood stasis causing menstrual disorders
  32. Shi Hui San
    • Action: Clears Fire, stops bleeding
    • Indication: acute bleeding due to liver and st fire
  33. Huai Hua San
    • Action: cools intestines, stops bleeding
    • Indication: rectal bleeding due to heat in the LI.
  34. Ke Xue Fang
    • Action: Clear fire, stops coughing blood
    • Indication: liver fire invading lung, coughing blood with phlegm
  35. Huang Tu Tang
    • Action: Warms yang, tonify sp, nourish blood, stops bleeding
    • Indication: Bleeding due to spleen yang xu
  36. Jiao Ai Tang
    • Action: Nourish blood, stops bleeding, regulates menstruation, calms the fetus
    • Indication: Uterine bleeding due to chong and ren xu cold
  37. Xiao Ji Yin Zi
    • Action: Cools blood, stops bleeding, leaches water
    • Indication: peeing blood due to heat damaging the collaterals
  38. Huo Luo Xiao Ling Dan
    • Action: invigorate blood, unblocks channels
    • Indication: pain in the haert, stomach and abdomen, back of leg and arm.
  39. Ling jiao Gou Teng Tang
    • Action: Cools the liver, extinguishes wind
    • Indication: heat excess in the liver stirring internal wind.
  40. Tian Ma Gou Teng Yin
    • Action: Clams the liver, subdues yang, extinguishes wind, clear heat
    • Indication: liver yang rising with internal wind
  41. Zhen Gan Xi Feng Tang
    • Action: Sedates liver, extinguishes wind, nourishes yin, anchors yang
    • Indication: Liver and KD yin xu with liver yang rising stirring wind with rebellious qi and blood.
  42. E jiao ji zi huang tang
    • Action: Enrishes yin, nouriesh blood, soften the liver, extinguish wind
    • Indication: Internal wind due to yin and blood xue causing long term heat.
  43. Da Ding Feng Zhu
    • Action: Nourish yin and extinguishes wind
    • Indication: Internal wind due to yin and blood xu.  More severe yin xu than E Jiao Ji zi huang Tang.
  44. Di Huang Yih Zi
    • Action: Tonify kd yin/yang, opens orifices
    • Indication: Aphasia due to kd xu with xu fire flaring
  45. Xiao Feng San
    • Action: Disperes wind, damp, heat, cools blood
    • Indication: wind heat or wind damp causing skin conditions
  46. Xiao Xu Ming Tang
    • Action: Warms the channels, unblocks the yang, dispel wind
    • Indication: Wind-Stroke (Channel Stroke) due to invasion of wind from exterior
  47. Da Xu Ming Tang
    • Action: support the normal, Clear heat, disperses wind
    • Indications: External wind invading the channels with qi and bld xu.
  48. Xiao Huo Luo dan
    • Action: Invigorates blood, dispel wind
    • Indication: Wind damp cold obstructing the collateral or causing blood stasis.
  49. Qian Zheng San
    • Action: Dispel wind, transform phlegm
    • Indication: Sequelae of channel-stroke with symptoms in the head and face only.
  50. Zhi Jing San
    • Actions: expel wind, relieves spasms
    • Indication: Heat entering the terminal yin channel.  Heat generating wind leading to stirring of Liver. (Encephalitis, Meningitis)

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