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1 Single Herbs III / Quiz II 1. What herb can nourish St Yin and brightens the eyes? A. Mai Dong C. Sha Shen B. Shi Hu D. Tian Dong 2. What herb can be used for an exterior invasion with Yin Xu? A. Sha Shen C. Mai Dong B. Tian Dong D. Yu Zhu 3. What two herbs are paired often for St and Lu Yin Xu w/ Xu fire? A. Mai Dong & Tian Dong B. Sha Shen & Mai Dong C. Bai He & Gou Qi Zi D. Sha Shen & Tian Dong 4. What herb can nourish Lu, St, and Ht Yin? A. Sha Shen C. Mai Dong B. Tian Dong D. Bai He 5. What herb can nourish Ki essence? A. Huang Jing C. Bai He B. Han Lian Cao D. Sang Shen 6. What is the best herb to anchor yang and nourish yin? A. Bie Jia C. Gou Qi Zi B. Gui Ban D. Hei Zhi Ma 7. What herb is good to calm the Ht? A. Bai He C. Mai Dong B. Gui Ban D. All of the above 8. What herb can be used to treat failure of fontanels to close in infants? A. Gui Ban C. Bie Jia B. Gou Qi Zi D. Hei Zhi Ma 9. What herb nourishes Yin and Blood? A. Bie Jia C. Nu Zhen Zi B. Mai Dong D. Gou Qi Zi 10. What two herbs can moisten the intestines? A. Hei Zhi Ma & Sang Shen B. Sang Shen & Nu Zhen Zi C. Hei Zhi Ma & Shi Hu D. Nu Zhen Zi & Shi Hu

2 11. Which of these is not a Liv / Ki tonic? A. Han Lian Cao C. Nu Zhen Zi B. Tian Dong D. Gou Qi Zi 12. What herb can dissipate nodules? A. Han Lian Cao C. Bie Jia B. Sha Shen D. Huang Jing 13. What two herbs can be used to improve vision? A. Sha Shen & Mai Dong B. Nu Zhen Zi & Gou Qi Zi C. Nu Zhen Zi & Han Lian Cao D. Gou Qi Zi & Yu Zhu 14. What herb can tonify Sp Qi and Yin? A. Nu Zhen Zi C. Shi Hu B. Huang Jing D. Bai He 15. What herb can nourish both Lu and Ki Yin Xu? A. Mai Dong C. Tian Dong B. Sha Shen D. Yu Zhu 16. Which of these is good to moisten the Lu and stop cough? A. Yu Zhu C. Huang Jing B. Mai Dong D. Bai He 17. What herb has the action to strengthen the lower back? A. Shi Hu C. Mai Dong B. Yu Zhu D. Bie Jia 18. What herb can cool the blood and stop bleeding? A. Han Lian Cao C. Gui Ban B. Nu Zhen Zi D. Both A & C 19. Which of these is good to eliminate irritability? A. Tian Dong C. Mai Dong B. Han Lian Cao D. Hei Zhi Ma 20. Which of these does not moisten the Lu? A. Bai He C. Huang Jing B. Gou Qi Zi D. Shi Hu 21. What herb can be used to clear Lu fire? A. Sha Shen C. Mai Dong B. Tian Dong D. All of the above

3 22. What herb has the action to strengthen bones? A. Gui Ban C. Bie Jia B. Gou Qi Zi D. Han Lian Cao 23. Which of these herbs has the ability to promote menstruation? A. Gui Ban C. Bie Jia B. Sha Shen D. Hei Zhi Ma 24. What herb can be used to stop sweating d/t deficiency? A. Ma Huang Gen C. Fu Xiao Mai B. Nuo Dao Gen Xu D. All of the above 25. Which of these can stop deficient sweating and clear deficient heat? A. Ma Huang Gen C. Nuo Dao Gen Xu B. Wu Mei D. Wu Wei Zi 26. What herb can be used to nourish the Ht and stop Xu sweating? A. Ma Huang Gen C. Nuo Dao Gen Xu B. Wu Mei D. Fu Xiao Mai / Xiao Mai 27. What herb would be useful with a cough d/t Lu and Ki Xu? A. Ma Huang Gen C. Wu Wei Zi B. Fu Xiao Mai D. Wu Mei 28. What herb can generate fluids and calm roundworms? A. Wu Wei Zi C. Chi Shi Zhi B. Wu Mei D. Wu Bei Zi 29. What herb can promote the healing of wounds? A. He Zi C. Rou Dou Kou B. Wu Bei Zi D. Chi Shi Zhi 30. What herb can treat vomiting d/t Xu cold in Sp/St? A. Rou Dou Kou C. Chi Shi Zhi B. Wu Wei Zi D. Wu Bei Zi 31. What herb can stop bleeding? A. He Zi C. Wu Mei B. Chi Shi Zhi D. Both B & C 32. What herb is very important for treating cock s crow diarrhea? A. Chi Shi Zhi C. Rou Dou Kou B. He Zi D. Wu Bei Zi 33. What herb can be used to treat Qi collapse? B. Wu Mei D. Rou Dou Kou

4 34. What herb can absorb moisture on the skin? B. Wu Mei D. He Zi 35. What herb is antagonistic to Rou Gui? A. He Zi C. Rou Dou Kou B. Chi Shi Zhi D. Wu Wei Zi 36. What herb is strongest to alleviate pain? A. Wu Mei C. Rou Dou Kou B. Wu Bei Zi D. Ying Su Ke 37. What herb can be used to stop sweating, bleeding and nocturnal emissions? B. Wu Mei D. He Zi 38. What herb can bind Ki essence? B. Chi Shi Zhi D. Rou Dou Kou 39. What herb can help stabilize the lower burner with symptoms of vaginal discharge? A. He Zi C. Ma Huang Gen B. Ying Su Ke D. Wu Mei 40. What herb can tonify both Liv and Ki and benefit the eyes? A. Shan Zhu Yu C. Fu Pen Zi B. Sang Piao Xiao D. Hai Piao Xiao 41. Which of these is not a tonic? A. Shan Zhu Yu C. Hai Piao Xiao B. Lian Zi D. Qian Shi 42. What herb can help devastated yang with excessive sweating? A. Shan Zhu Yu C. Fu Pen Zi B. Sang Piao Xiao D. Jin Ying Zi 43. What herb binds essence, urine, and LI, but does not tonify? A. Shan Zhu Yu C. Sang Piao Xiao B. Hai Piao Xiao D. Jin Ying Zi 44. What herb can tonify Ki yang and restrains urine very well? A. Sang Piao Xiao C. Hai Piao Xiao B. Shan Zhu Yu D. Fu Pen Zi

5 45. What herb can help excessive uterine bleeding d/t deficiency? A. Sang Piao Xiao C. Qian Shi B. Shan Zhu Yu D. Lian Zi 46. What herb is very helpful for acid reflux? A. Sang Piao Xiao C. Hai Piao Xiao B. Jin Ying Zi D. Fu Pen Zi 47. Which of these herbs tonifies Ki, Sp, and Ht? A. Qian Shi C. Jin Ying Zi B. Fu Pen Zi D. Lian Zi 48. What herb can anchor both the Shen and Liv yang floating upwards? A. Zhu Sha C. Long Gu B. Suan Zao Ren D. Yuan Zhi 49. What herb can anchor Shen and invigorate Xue? A. Zhu Sha C. Hu Po B. Ci Shi D. Long Gu 50. What herb prevents the leakage of fluids such as sweat, sperm, and uterine blood? A. Zhu Sha C. Ci Shi B. Long Gu D. Hu Po 51. What two herbs can generate flesh? A. Ci Shi & Long Gu B. Hu Po & Ci Shi C. Ci Shi & Zhu Sha D. Long Gu & Hu Po 52. What herb would be helpful for Xue Lin? A. Long Gu C. Zhu Sha B. Hu Po D. Ci Shi 53. What herb can tonify the Liv and Ki to improve hearing and vision? A. Long Gu C. Ci Shi B. Suan Zao Ren D. Ye Jiao Teng 54. What herb can clear heat and relieve toxicity? A. Zhu Sha C. Suan Zao Ren B. Hu Po D. Long Gu 55. What herb can aid Ki in grasping Qi in patients with asthma? A. Zhu Sha C. Ci Shi B. Long Gu D. He Huan Pi

6 56. What herb can nourish Ht and Liv Xue and prevent abnormal sweating? A. Suan Zao Ren C. Yuan Zhi B. Bai Zi Ren D. He Huan Hua 57. What herb can moisten the intestines and nourish Ht Yin and Xue? A. Bai Zi Ren C. Ye Jiao Teng B. Suan Zao Ren D. He Huan Pi 58. What herb can expel phlegm and open the orifices? A. Suan Zao Ren C. Ye Jiao Teng B. Yuan Zhi D. He Huan Pi 59. What herb can unblock channels and nourish Xue? A. Yuan Zhi C. He Huan Hua B. Bai Zi Ren D. Ye Jiao Teng 60. What herb can dissipate swelling & reduce abscesses? A. He Huan Hua C. Bai Zi Ren B. Yuan Zhi D. Suan Zao Ren 61. T / F Gui Ban is specific for stopping uterine bleeding. 62. T / F Han Lian Cao can be used for deficient heat only. 63. T / F Nu Zhen Zi is stronger at clearing Xu heat than Han Lian Cao. 64. T / F Both Gui Ban and Bie Jia can be used with pregnant women. 65. T / F Bie Jia is stronger to clear heat than Gui Ban. 66. T / F Wu Bei Zi can be used to teat corns and warts. 67. T / F Hai Piao Xiao can be used for damp skin disorders or non-healing ulcers. 68. T / F Lian Zi is stronger than Qian Shi to alleviate vaginal discharge. 69. T / F Yuan Zhi can be used for both visible and invisible phlegm. 70. T / F He Huan Hua is better for Qi stagnation / chest constraint than He Huan Pi. Patrick Long

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