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When an EPF enters the body, which of the six channels if primarily affected?

Tai Yang

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When an EPF enters the body, which of the 4 levels if primarily affected?

Wei Qi

2

Chai Hu is an herb in the category Cool Acrid Release the Exterior. It is different from most of other herbs in this category because it treats "alternating chills and fever". Alternating chills and fever is the key symptom of which six channel designation?

Shao Yang

3

some of the most intense situations involve HT and KD (i.e. congestive HT or KD failure). What six channel is related to HT and KD?

Shao Yin

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What are the "4 bigs"?

Thirst, Sweat, Fever, Pounding & flooding Pulse

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The six channels that are related to the "4 bigs"?

Yang Ming

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The four levels that are related to the "4 bigs"?

Qi level

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Which of the six channels shows signs and symptoms that relate to the patient being in a deficient condition, usually with cold signs and affecting LU and SP primarily?

Tai Yin

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Which of the six channels relate to LV and PC?

Jue Yin

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Shi Gao and Zhi Mu, both from the category Clear Heat, Drain Fire, are the chief and deputy in the formula Bai Hu Tang. Bai Hu Tang treats heat in which of the six channels?

Yang Ming

10

Which formula treats Wind Cold Excess (aka, Tai Yang Channel Excess condition or Cold damage)? What is the chief herb?

Ma Huang Tang, Ma Huang

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Which formula treats Wind Cold Deficiency (aka, Tai Yang Channel Deficiency condition or Wind Strike)? What is the chief herb?

Gui Zhi Tang, Gui Zhi

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Which herb goes to both the Shao Yang and the Jue Yin channel pairs?

Chai Hu