Master Herbalist Course – Nervous System Lesson – Quiz

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Master Herbalist Course - Nervous System Lesson - Quiz
Question #1: Autonomic nervous system
Question #2: One of the extensions of the cell body that are reception surfaces of the neuron is a
Question #3: A region of the cerebral cortex that sends impulses to motor neurons; involved in coordination of movement; found in the frontal lobe
Question #4: Located in the occipital lobe; involved in detection of simple visual stimuli
Question #5: Nonneuronal brain cells that provide structural, nutritional, and other supports to the brain.
Question #6: These herbs, Skullcap, Wood Betony and Oats are
Question #7: These are a group of herbs that helps us handle and endure stress as we face it.
Question #8: These are Symptoms of what?
Surge of overwhelming panic, Feeling of losing control or going crazy, Heart palpitations or chest pain, Feeling like you’re going to pass out, Trouble breathing or choking sensation, Hyperventilation, Hot flashes or chills, Trembling or shaking, Nausea or stomach cramps, Feeling detached or unreal
Question #9: These are herbs that mainly help support the nervous system. Their varieties include tonics like skullcap and oat tops, mildly calming herbs like catnip and chamomile, and effective relaxants like valerian and hops.
Question #10: This is the feeling most individuals imagine when they think about pain: a message sent by receptors found throughout the body whenever injury happens. Somatic pain signals progress to the brain via peripheral nerves and are typically encountered as a constant, dull ache in the injured area.
Question #11: List three nervine herbs. Please list the common and Latin names and why you chose these herbs, their properties, benefits, etc...
Question #12: Suggest 3 herbs for stress. Please list the common and Latin names and why you chose these herbs, their properties, benefits, etc...
Question #13: List 3 herbs for anxiety. Please list the common and Latin names and why you chose these herbs, their properties, benefits, etc...
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