Course Number: hb 310 Course Title: Survey of Herbology



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Southern California University School of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture


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Course Number: HB 310

Course Title: Survey of Herbology


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Units/ Hours: 3/ 30

Pre-requisite/ PRC: PRC-HB 302-308


Learning Methods: Text, Lecturing, overhead and Herb ID
Description:

This course will teach students the art of combining Chinese herbs. The purpose is to bridge the gap between learning the herbs and constructing formulas. Students will more easily understand and remember how formulas are created, and why medicinal combinations are very important when it comes to modifying standard formulas with additions and subtractions.


Objectives:

  1. Students will be understand why some herbs complement each other and reinforce each other’s therapeutic action.

  2. Become familiar with herbs from the same category that are combined to increase efficacy.

  3. Become familiar with herb from different categories that are used together to treat root and branch symptoms

  4. Learn how to combine hot and cold herbs

  5. Learn how to combine herbs that simultaneously move energy up and down

  6. Students will have a full understanding of how to combine herbs with different flavors

Required Text(s):



  1. Bensky, Dl, & Gamble, A (2005) Chinese Herbal Material Medica (Revised Edition). Seattle: Eastland Press, Inc. [Abbreviation: Bensky]

Supplemental Text(s):

  1. Bensky, D., & Boralet, R. (1990). Chinese Herbal Medicine formulas and Strategies. Seattle: Eastland Press, Inc. [Bensky ll]

  2. Yeung, H.C. (1996). Handbook of Chinese Herbs. Rosemead, CA: Institute of Chinese Herbs.

  3. Yeung, H.C. (1995). Handbook of Chinese Herbal formulas. Rosemead, CA: Institute of Chinese Herbs.

  4. Holmes, P. (1996). Jade Remedies: A Chinese Herbal Reference for the West. Vol. 1. Boulder, CO: Snow Lotus Press.


For Chinese Medical Theory and Diagnostic Practices, please review:

1. Maciocia, G. (1989). The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A



comprehensive Text for Acupuncturists and Herbalists, New York: Churchill

Livingstone. [Abbreviation: FCM]

2. Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion. Feijing: Foreign Languages Press

[abbreviation; CAM]


Course Requirements:

Grading: 1. Attendance ___________10%______________



  1. Class Participation _____________________________

  2. Assignments

  • Homework _____________________________

  • Projects _____________________________

  • Practical _____________________________

  1. Examinations

  • Mid-term ___________30%______________

  • Practical _____________________________

  • Final ___________40%______________

  • Quizzes ___________20%______________

Total: 100%
Course Outline:

Weekly topics, learning objectives and assignments.

Week 1 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition.

Bai He and Zhi Mu

Bai Ji Li and Sha Yuan Zi

Bai Qian and Qian Hu

Bai Shao and chai Hu

Bai shao and chi Shao

Bai Shao and Gan Cao

Bai shao and Gui Zhi

Bai Zhu and fu Ling Bai zhu and Huang Qin

Bai zhu and zhi Shi

Week 2 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition
Ban Lan Gen and shan dou Gen

Ban Lan Gen and Xuan shen

Ban Xia and Chen Pi

Ban Xia and Huang Lian

Ban Xia and Huang Qin

Ban Xia and Sheng Jiaog

Bing Lang and Mu Xiang

Bu gu zhi and Hu Tao Ren

Cang Er zi and xin Yi Hua

Cang Zhu and Huang bai

Chai Hua and Huang Qin
Week 3 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition.

Chai Hu and Sheng Ma

Chan Tui and Shi Chang Pu

Chen Pi and He Zi

Chen Pi and Qing Pi

Chen Pi and Sang Bai Pi

Chen Pi and Zhu Ru

Chuan bei Mu and Xing Ren

Chuan Lian zi and Yan Hu suo

Chuan xiong and Dang gui

Da Huang and Mang Xiao

Da Zao and Sheng Jiang

Dan Dou Chi and Zhi Zi

Dan Nan Xing and Xuan fyu Hua

Week 4 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition
Dan Shen and San Qi

Dang gui and Huang qi

Dang Shen and Huang qi

Di Du Pi and Sang Bai Pi

Du Huo and Qiang Huo

Du zhong and Xu Duan

E Jiao and Huang Lian

E Zhu and San Leng

Yi Zhi ren and fu Ling

Huang Qi and Fu Xiao Mai


Week 5 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition
Jie Geng and gan Cao

Huang Lian and Gan Jiang

Ge Gen and Sheng Ma

Ju Hua and Gou Qi Zi

Ma Huang and Gui Zhi

Ji Nei Jin and Hai Jin Sha

Jin Qian Cao and Hai Jin Sha

Qin Jiao and Hai tong Pi

Huang qi and Han Fang Ji

Dang Gui and Huang Qi

Week 6 MIDTERM EXAM

Week 7 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition


Ma Huang Gen and Fu Xiao Mai

Gan Jiang and Fu Zi

Wu Wei Zi and Gan Jiang

Xiang Fu and Gao Liang Jiaong

Gua Lou and cie Bai

Shi gao and gui zhi

Qin Jiao and Hai Tong Pi

Han Lian Cao and Nu Zhen Zi

Xuan fu Hua and Dan Nan Xing

Dan Shen and Mu Dan Pi

Week 8 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition.

Ze Xie and Huang Bi

Zhi Mu and Huang Bai

Huang Qin and Huang Lian

Muxiang and Huang Lian

Rou gui and Huang Lian

Wu Zhu Yu and Huang Lian

Zi su Ye and Huang Lian

Mu Li and Huang Qi

Pei Land and Huo Xiang

Ji Nei Jin and Mang xiao

Week 9 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition.

Jie Geng and Xing Ren

Jie Geng and Zhi Ke

Jin Yin Hua and Lian Qiao

Qian Shi and Jing Yin Zi

Ju He and Li Zhi He

Ju Hong and Zi Wan

Ju Hua and Sang Ye

Lian Zi and Qian shi

Mu Li and Long Gu

Ma Huang and She Gan

Wu Yao and Yan Hu suo

Week 10 Students will be introduced to the most common combination of Chinese herbs that work together synergistically in order to create formulas to treat disease, or to modify standard formulas to accurately fit the patient’s condition


Xing Ren and Ma Huang

Mai Men Dong and tian Men Dong

Ru Xiang and Mo Yao

Pu gong Ying and Zi Hua Di ding

Wu Ling Zhi and Pu Huang

Sang Ji Sheng and Sang zhi

Sha Ren and shu di

Sheng di Huang and shi gao

Shi Chang Pu and Yuan Zhi

Shi gao and Zhi Mu

Tao Ren and xing Ren

We Wei Zi and xi Xin



Week 11 FINAL EXAM



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