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ST Qi Disharmony d/t Cold & Heat Complex (Excess & Def combined). A form of internal clumping. What formula is this?

Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang
(Pinellia Decoction to Drain the Epigastrium)

2

This formula treats Shao Yang Disorders (half interior, half exterior, w/ a struggle between pathogenic & normal Qi).

Xiao Chai Hu Tang
(Minor Bupleurum Decoction)

3

This formula is for Excessive Heat in the Yang Ming Channel.

Bai Hu Tang
(White Tiger Decoction)

4

I am good for Yang or hot-type collapse, most commonly d/t heat entering the interior where it constrains Yang Qi. Who am I?

Si Ni San
(Frigid Extremities Powder)

5

Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder) is used for?

LV Qi Stagnation, Blood Def & SP Qi Def

6

Gui Pi Tang (Restore the Spleen Decoction) is used for?

HT Blood & SP Qi Def

7

Dang Gui Bu Xue Tang (Tangkuei Decoction to Tonify the Blood) is good for?

Heat from def of Blood & Floating Yang

8

Ba Zhen Tang (Eight-Treasure Decoction) is used for?

Concurrent def of Qi & Blood

9

PT complains of having cold fingers & toes w/ warm body, cold hands & feet w/ warm head, body & sometimes irritability & fullness in chest & epigastrium. They also may have abdominal pain and/or severe diarrhea. What formula would you prescribe?

Si Ni San
(Frigid Extremities Powder)

10

PT has high fever, extreme thirst w/ a desire to drink, profuse sweating, red face, aversion to heat, irritability. What do you prescribe?

Bai Hu Tang
(White Tiger Decoction)

11

PT complains of epigastric focal distention, tightness w/ very slight or no pain, dry heaves or frank vomiting, borborygmus w/ diarrhea and reduced appetite. What do you prescribe?

Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang
(Pinellia Decoction to Drain the Epigastrium)

12

PT complains of the following: alternating chills & fever, fullness in the chest, hypochondriac discomfort, anorexia, dysphoria, retching, bitter taste in mouth, dry throat & dizziness. What do you prescribe?

Xiao Chai Hu Tang
(Minor Bupleurum Decoction)

13

PT complains of having hypochondriac pain, HA, vertigo, bitter taste, dry mouth & throat, fatigue & poor appetite. They may have alternating chills & fever, irregular menses & breast distention. What would you prescribe?

Xiao Yao San
(Rambling Powder)

14

What do you prescribe to someone with heat sensations in the muscles, red face, irritability, thirst for warm beverages & they may also have fever d/t loss of blood?

Dang Gui Bu Xue Tang
(Tangkuei Decoction to Tonify the Blood)

15

PT has a pale complexion, reduced appetite, SOB, palpitations w/ anxiety continuously, muscle fatigue, slow speech, light-headedness and/or vertigo. What do you prescribe?

Ba Zhen Tang
(Eight-Treasure Decoction)

16

PT walks into your clinic and complains about forgetfulness, palpitations (w/ or w/out anxiety) and has trouble sleeping. They are anxious & have phobias. Appetite is low and she complains of having early periods w/ copious, pale blood. Sometimes, it lasts continuously w/ little flow. She wants herbs. What formula do you prescribe?

Gui Pi Tang
(Restore the Spleen Decoction)

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