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What properties do Herbs that Tonify Yang tend to have?

Sweet, Warm
(salty if animal product)

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In General, What channels do Herbs that Tonify the Yang enter?

KI

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What are the general key characteristics for Herbs that Tonify the Yang?

·Support the Yang of the SP, KI and HT
·support Qi Transformation and warming

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What is the general contraindication for the category, Herbs that Tonify the Yang?

Caution with Yin Def heat or fire

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What is the Latin name for Lu Rong?

Cervi Cornu Pantrotrichum

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How do you spell the pinyin for Cervi Cornu Pantrotrichum?

Lu Rong

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To what category does Lu Rong - Cervi Cornu Pantotrichum belong?

Herbs that Tonify the Yang

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What channels does Cervi Cornu Pantotrichum enter?

KI
LV

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What is the common dosage range for Lu Rong - Cervi Cornu Pantotrichum? How is this herb taken?

1-2g
pill or powder
or chased with a strained decoction

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What properties does Lu Rong Cervi Cornu Pantotrichum have?

Sweet
Salty
Warm

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What are the key characteristics of Lu Rong Cervi - Cornu Pantotrichum?

·fortifies the primal yang
·generates essence ********
·augments the marrow

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What are the contraindications for Lu Rong - Cervi Cornu Pantotrichum?

-heat from Yin def
-heat in the blood level
-phlegm-heat in the lungs
-blazing stomach fire
-warm-heat pathogen disease

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What herb enters the KI and LV channels?

Lu Rong - Cervi Cornu Pantotrichum

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When using Herbs that Tonify the Blood, what two aspects of blood are you affecting?

quantity
quality

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What are the Zang organs related to blood?

SP
LV
HT

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What are the general properties of Herbs that Tonify Blood?

Sweet
Warm
(sticky, cloying, rich)

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What do you need to be aware of when using Herbs that Tonify Blood?

often difficult to digest, so must carefully combine with digestives and herbs to build qi at the source

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What is the Latin name for Shu Di Huang?

Rehmanniae Radix Preparata

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How do you spell the pinyin for Rehmanniae Radix Preparata?

Shu Di Huang

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To which category does Shu Di Huang - Rehmanniae Radix Preparata belong?

Herbs that Tonify Blood

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What channels does Shu Di Huang enter?

HT
LV
KI

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What are the properties of Shu Di Huang - Rehmanniae Radix Preparata?

Sweet
Slightly Warm

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What is the common dosage range for Shu Di Huang - Rehmanniae Radix Preparata?

9-30g ***
it's heavy

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What are the key characteristics of Shu Di Huang - Rehmanniae Radix Preparata?

·tonifies the blood
·enriches the yin
·generates essence
·augments the marrow

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What are the contraindications of Shu Di Huang?

very cloying and rich, readily leads to stagnation of dampness and impedes digestion. Contraindicated for:
-qi stag and profuse phlegm
-fullness and pain in the abdomen
-reduced appetite
-diarrhea

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What is the difference between Shu Di Huang and Sheng Di Huang?

Sheng Di Huang is unprepared and COOLS THE BLOOD
Shu Di Huang is steamed in wine/sugar 9x and TONIFIES THE BLOOD

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What herb enters the KI, LV, HT?

Shu Di Huang

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What is the Latin name for Dang Gui?

Angelicae Sinensis Radix

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How do you spell the pinyin for Angelicae Sinensis Radix?

Dang Gui

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To which category does Dang Gui - Angelicae Sinensis Radix belong?

Herbs that Tonify Blood