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When an EPF enters the body, which of the 6 Channels is primarily affected? Which of the 4 Levels is primarily affected?

- Tai Yang
- Wei level

1

In general, the 3 Yang Channels primarily reflect _____ conditions/symptoms, and the 3 Yin Channels primarily reflect _____ conditions/symptoms.

- Excess Symptoms (Tai Yang, Shao Yang, Yang Ming; biggest battle with Yang Ming)
- Deficiency Symptoms (Tai Yin, Shao Yin, Jue Yin; most serious conditions with Shao Yin)

2

Chai Hu is different from the other Cool Acrid Release the Exterior herbs in that it treats "alternating chills & fever". Alternating chills & fever is the key symptom in which 6 channel designation?

Shao Yang

3

Some of the most intense situations involve Heart & Kidney (i.e. congestive heart failure or kidney failure). Which of the 6 Channels is related to Heart & Kidney?

Shao Yin

4

List the "4 bigs".

1. big fever
2. big sweat
3. big thirst
4. big pulse

5

The "4 bigs" reflects disease in which of the 6 Channels?
In which of the 4 Levels?

- Yang Ming
- Qi level

6

In which of the 6 Channels would you see deficiency conditions with generally cold signs affecting the Lung and Spleen?

Tai Yin

7

Which of the 6 Channels relates to Liver & Pericardium?

Jue Yin

8

Shi Gao & Zhi Mu, both from the category Clear Heat, Drain Fire, are the chief & deputy in the formula Bai Hu Tang. Bai Hu Tang treats heat in which of the 6 Channels?

Yang Ming

9

Which formula is for Yang Ming Organ patterns? What is the chief herb?

- Formula: Da Cheng Qi Tang
- Chief Herb: Da Huang

10

Which formula is primarily for Wind Cold Excess? What is the chief herb?

- Formula: Ma Huang Tang
- Chief herb: Ma Huang

11

Which formula is primarily for Wind Cold Deficiency? What is the chief herb?

- Formula: Gui Zhi Tang
- Chief Herb: Gui Zhi

12

Which herb goes to the LV, PC, SJ, GB channels?

Chai Hu