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what are common indications of blood stasis and blood stagnation
  1. stabbing, sharp, fixed pain
  2. hard, fixed massaes
  3. gynecological disorders
  4. purple, dark tongue
  5. choppy, thready, tight pulse
what are the common causes of blood stasis and blood stagnation
trauma, qi stagnation, qi deficiency, blood deficiency, cold & heat
what are the actions of TAO HE CHENG QI TANG
drains heat & breaks up blood stasis
what is the cheif complaint for TAO HE CHENG QI TANG
acute lower abdominal pain (lower jiao)
is TAO HE CHENG QI TANG used for more heat or cold accumulation
HEAT, originated from exterior affecting Tai Yang (BL) --- Blood heat accumulating in lower jiao
what is the variation of TAO HE CHENG QI TANG and what herbs are added & removed
TIAO WEI CHEN QI TANG
add tao ren & gui zhi for xu xue 
what are the actions of XUE FU ZHU YU TANG
invigorate blood, dispel blood stasis, spread LV qi, unblock channel
what 2 formulas are combined to make XUE FU ZHU YU TANG
TAO HANG SI WU TANG & SI NI SAN and add niu xi and jie geng 
what are the indications and their causes for XUE FU ZHU YU TANG
CHEIF -- pain in chest/hypochondrium -- blood stasis
hiccup -- heat accumulating in chest
irritability/mood swings --blood heat causing LV qi stagnation
palpitations/insomnia -- HT affected
what is the basic formula for LV qi stagnation
SI NI SAN
what are the main modified forms of XUE FU ZHU YU TANG
TONG QIAO HUO XUE TANG, GE XIA ZHU YU TANG, SHAO FU ZHU YU TANG, SHENG TONG ZHU YU TANG
what is the special function of TONG QIAO HUO XUE TANG
opens orifices in the head
what are the cheif complaint for TONG QIAO HUOP XUE TANG
headache, eye & ear disorders all due to blood stasis
what is the special function for GE XIA ZHU YU TANG
focus on blood stasis below the diaphram
what is the special function for SHAO FU ZHU YU TANG
focus on blood stasis in lower abdomen -- dysmenorrhea and helps warm the menses
what is the special function for SHENG TONG ZHU YU TANG
used for painful body disorders -- BI syndromes focusing on muscle and joint pain
ingredients for TONG QIAO HUO XUE TANG
CHI SHAO -- blood stasis, lV fire, CHUAN XIONG - headache, TAO REN - blood stasis, HONG HUA -blood stasis, CONG BAI- acrid, opens orifices, DA ZAO- moderates, SHENG JIANG - release ext
what are the actions of SHI XIAO SAN
INVIGORATE BLOOD, DISPEL BLOOD STASIS, ALLEVIATE PAIN, DISPERSE ACCUMULATION
what are the cheif complaints and uses for SHI XIAO SAN
Pain in the lower abdomen -- menstral disorders, post partum pain (more blood stasis)
what 2 herbs make up SHI XIAO SAN
wu ling zhi - removes obstruction from vessel, disperses blood stasis, stop pain
pu huang - promotes circulation, stops bleeding
what are tae actions and uses for DAN SHEN YIN
INVIGORATE BLOOD, DISPEL STASIS, PROMOTE QI MOVEMENT, ALLEVIATE PAIN
what are the indications for DAN SHEN YIN
upper abdominal pain  - ST pain due to qi stagnation & blood stasis
also chest pain
what are the ingredients for DAN SHEN YIN
DAN SHEN - bitter, sl cold, use large dose will not injure qi and blood
TAN XIANG - regulate qi
SHA SHEN
what are the simmilarities between SHI XIAO SAN & DAN  SHEN YIN
both formulas treat pain due to blood stasis
what are the deifferences between SHI XIAO SAN & DAN SHEN YIN
SHI XIAO SAN --lower abdominal pain, menstration pain
DAN SHEN YIN - more upper abdominal, stomach pain
what are the actions for BU YANG HUAN WU TANG
tonify qi, invigorate blood, unblock channel.
what are the indications for BU YANG HUAN WU TANG
wind-stroke including atrophy, hemeplegia and paralysis
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