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1

What category is SI NI TANG?

rescue devastated yang

2

What is the diagnosis of SI NI TANG?

KID yang xu w/increase of internal cold

3

What formula would be used for KID yang xu w/increase of internal cold?

SI NI TANG

4

What are some s/s for SI NI TANG?

extremely cold extremities, aversion to cold, sleep with knees drawn up, lethargic state w/desire to sleep, vomiting, diarrhea w/undigested food, abdominal pain and cold, lack of thirst

5

What are 2 studied modifications of SI NI TANG?

SI NI JIA REN SHEN TANG (SI NI TANG + ren shen)
TONG MAI SI NI TANG (same ing. as SI NI TANG, but difft. dosages)

6

In contrast to SI NI TANG, what does SI NI JIA REN SHEN TANG focus more on doing?

nourishing the yin (fluids) and yang (qi) aspects of this type of collapse

7

In contrast to SI NI TANG what does TONG MAI SI NI TANG focus more on helping?

true cold, false heat - yin and yang starting to separate

8

What are the ingredients of SHEN FU TANG?

c: ren shen
d: zhi fu zi

9

What category is SHEN FU TANG in?

rescue devastated yang

10

What is the diagnosis for SHEN FU TANG?

yang xu w/severe xu of source qi and sudden collapse of yang qi

11

What formula would you use for yang xu w/severe xu of source qi and sudden collapse of yang qi?

SHEN FU TANG

12

What are the s/s for SHEN FU TANG?

cold extremities, sweating, weak breathing and SOB, dizziness, extremely pale complexion

13

What formula is for patterns characterized by qi abandonment?

SHEN FU TANG

14

What period of time would you use SHEN FU TANG?

short period of time

15

What are the ingredients of DU SHEN TANG?

ren shen

16

What category is DU SHEN TANG in?

rescue devastated yang

17

What is the diagnosis for DU SHEN TANG/

qi collapse following loss of blood

18

What are the s/s for DU SHEN TANG?

acute, severe blood loss or heart failure characterized by an extremely pale complexion, lethargic state, cold extremities, excess sweat, weak breathing

19

How is DU SHEN TANG prepared?

as a decoction with da zao

20

What are the ingredients of SI JUN ZI TANG?

c: ren shen
d: bai zhu
a: fu ling
e: zgc

21

What category is SI JUN ZI TANG in?

tonify qi

22

What is the diagnosis for SI JUN ZI TANG?

SP qi xu

23

What formula would you use for SP qi xu?

SI JUN ZI TANG

24

What are the s/s for SI JUN ZI TANG?

pallid complexion, low and soft voice, reduced appetite, loose stools, weakness in limbs

25

What is the main strategy of SI JUN ZI TANG?

tonify qi and strengthen SP

26

What is qi relative to the organs?

qi is the ability of any organ to do the work it needs to do

27

What are the ingredients of SI NI TANG?

c: zhi fu zi
d: gan jiang
a: zgc

28

What are the ingredients for LIU JUN ZI TANG?

ren shen
bai zhu
fu ling
zgc
chen pi
zhi ban xia

29

What category is LIU JUN ZI TANG?

tonify the qi

30

What is the diagnosis for LIU JUN ZI TANG?

SP qi xu w/PD accumulation

31

What formula would be used for SP qi xu w/PD accumulation?

LIU JUN ZI TANG

32

What 2 formulas does LIU JUN ZI TANG combine?

SI JUN ZI TANG and ER CHEN TANG

33

What are the s/s for LIU JUN ZI TANG?

loss of appetite, nausea or vomiting, focal distention and stifling sensation in chest and epigastrum, often coughing of copious, thin white sputum

34

What are the ingredients of XIANG SHA LIU JUN ZI TANG?

ren shen
bai zhu
fu ling
zgc
chen pi
zhi ban xia
sha ren
mu xiang

35

What category is XIANG SHA LIU JUN ZI TANG?

tonify the qi

36

What is the diagnosis for XIANG SHA LIU JUN ZI TANG?

SP/ST qi xu w/damp-cold stagnating in MJ

37

What formula would you use for SP/ST qi xu w/damp-cold stagnating in MJ?

XIANG SHA LIU JUN ZI TANG

38

What are the s/s for XIANG SHA LIU JUN ZI TANG?

reduced appetite w/a feeling of fullness after eating very little, belching, abdominal distention or pain and sometimes vomiting and diarrhea

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What is the period of time you can use XIANG SHA LIU JUN ZI TANG?

better long term tonic because doesn't dry out so much