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1

Diagnosis of “Restless Organ Disorder (Zang Zao)—emotional condition d/t excess worry, anxiety, pensiveness” is from what formula?

Gan Mai Da Zao Tang
(Licorice, Wheat & Jujube Decoction)

2

Diagnosis of “Early stage Warm Febrile Disease, which enters through the nose & mouth and attacks the Lungs” is from what formula?

Yin Qiao San
(Honeysuckle & Forsythia Powder)

3

Diagnosis of “Early, superficial stage of Warm Febrile Disease (Cough d/t Exogenous Wind-Heat)” is from what formula?

Sang Ju Yin
(Mulberry Leaf & Chrysanthemum Decoction)

4

“Exterior syndrome of deficient type d/t Wind-Cold” is the diagnosis to what formula?

Gui Zhi Tang
(Cinnamon Twig Decoction)

5

Diagnosis of “Unresolved ext W-C becomes constrained & transforms into Int Heat: simultaneous Tai Yang & Yang Ming Disorder” comes from which formula?

Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang
(Buplerum & Kudzu Decoction)

6

Diagnosis of “Cold Def in the middle burner” comes from what formula?

Xiao Jian Zhong Tang
(Minor Construct the Middle Decoction)

7

Diagnosis of “Externally contracted Wind Cold Damp battling the body’s deficient normal Qi which is unable to expel pathogenic influences” is from what formula? This formula is also for early stage dysenteric disorders of Wind-Cold-Damp and measles.

Ren Shen Bai Du San
(Ginseng Powder to Overcome Pathogenic Influences)

8

The diagnosis for this formula includes: “Cold from Stomach Def, Cold from Def of Stomach & Liver and Cold Attacking the Middle Jiao.” Name this formula.

Wu Zhu Yu Tang
(Evodia Decoction)

9

This formula treats chills & fever unrelieved by sweating, HA, aversion to wind, stiff neck, nasal congestion, dry heaves, no particular thirst. It can be used for those recovering from serious illness or after childbirth. Name this formula.

Gui Zhi Tang
(Cinnamon Twig Decoction)

10

PT complains of sore throat w/ fever, slight or no chills, HA, thirst and cough. Choose the best formula to treat these conditions.

Yin Qiao San
(Honeysuckle & Forsythia Powder)

11

This formula is for cough w/ mild feverish body and slight thirst. Name this formula.

Sang Ju Yin
(Mulberry Leaf & Chrysanthemum Decoction)

12

PT experiences disorientation, has frequent attacks of melancholy, cry spells, inability to control their self. He also states he has restless sleep (sometimes w/ night sweats), and has frequent bouts of yawning. In severe cases, behavior & speech becomes abnormal. What formula would you recommend for this PT?

Gan Mai Da Zao Tang
(Licorice, Wheat & Jujube Decoction)

13

This formula can be used for the following: a.) vomiting immediately after eating, indeterminate gnawing hunger, acid regurgitation w/ or w/out epigastric pain b.) dry heaves or spitting of clear fluids w/ vertex HA and c.) vomiting and diarrhea w/ cold hands & feet, agitation so severe that the PT wants to die. Name this formula.

Wu Zhu Yu Tang
(Evodia Decoction)

14

PT has high fever, severe chills w/ shivering, no sweating, pain & stiffness of the head and neck, soreness & pain of the extremities, focal distention, fullness of the chest, nasal congestion w/ sonorous breathing and a productive cough. Choose the best formula for this person.

Ren Shen Bai Du San
(Ginseng Powder to Overcome Pathogenic Influences)

15

This formula is good for increasing fever, decreasing chills, HA, stiff extremities, dry nasal passages, orbital & eye pain, irritability and insomnia. Name this formula.

Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang
(Buplerum & Kudzu Decoction)

16

This formula is for intermittent spasmodic abdominal pain that feels better w/ pressure & warmth, pale complexion and reduced appetite. It can also be used for low-grade fever, palpitations, irritability, cold & sore extremities w/ non-specific unease, dry mouth and throat. Name this formula.

Xiao Jian Zhong Tang
(Minor Construct the Middle Decoction)

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