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TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

The Vital Energy in Our Body - Qi

Qi (pronounced “chee”) is the motive energy of all life and activity. It is the "life force" circulating through the body and animating it, actuating its motions and functions.This vital energy is ...

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TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

Miscellaneous Causes Of Disease

Chinese Medicine Theory - Miscellaneous Causes Of DiseaseThere are many miscellaneous causes of disease such as:Constitutional Factors... Miscellaneous Causes Of DiseaseIn Chinese medicine theory, an...

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TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

External Causes Of Disease

The External Causes Of Disease - A Chinese Physician's PerspectiveChinese Physicians investigate both the internal and external causes of disease during their diagnosis. The "six evils" commonly blam...

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TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

Internal causes of disease

Seven emotions ... Internal Causes of DiseaseOne of the major internal causes of disease is the seven emotions. An excess of any of them is likely to damage the organ connected with the emotion.Too m...

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TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

The Five Energies of Foods

The energies of foods refer to their capacity to generate sensations-either hot or cold in the human body.As an example, eating foods with a hot energy will make us experience hot sensations in the b...

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TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

The five flavors of foods

The five flavors of foods include pungent (acrid), sweet, sour, bitter and saltyPungent foods include green onion, chive, clove, parsley and coriander.Sweet foods include sugar, cherry, chestnut...

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TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

The Psychological Effects of the Seven Emotions

The seven emotions that the Chinese physicians commonly refer to are: Joy, Fright, Anger, Worry, Sorrow, Fear, and Grief. These psychological factors, if in excess, can cause disease and ill-health....

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TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

The Five Zangs and Six Fus

In Chinese medicine, the internal organs in a human body can be classified into five viscera organs (Wu Zang) and six bowel organs (Liu Fu). The five Zang organs are: heart, liver, ...

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Five Elements

TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

Five Elements

金,木,水,火,土 Metal,Wood,Water,Fire,EarthSimilar to the theory of yin-yang, the theory of five elements wood, fire, earth, metal and water was an ancient philosophical concept used to explain the ...

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TCM Diagnostics | Oct 3, 2010 PM

Yin And Yang Deficiency

Yin And Yang DeficiencyYang deficiency and yin deficiency affect different parts of your body, and the symptoms of deficiency vary.To begin, let's take a look at some symptoms when yang energy level ...

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Yin and Yang

TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

Maintaining Yin and Yang balance is vital for health

According to Yin & Yang theory of Traditional Chinese medicine, to stay healthy, we have to maintain yin and yang balance in our meals.Too many yin foods can cause yang deficiency or yin excess, whil...

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Yin and Yang

TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM

Yin and Yang

Everything in creation is categorised into yin and yang (i.e. vital essence & vital energy). For example, in the celestial system, the moon is yin while the sun is yang. In the human system, females ...

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TCM history

Miscellaneous | Oct 2, 2010 PM

Traditional Chinese medicine history

Traditional Chinese medicine, also known as TCM, includes a range of traditional medicine practices originating in China. Although well-accepted in the mainstream of medical care throughout East Asia...

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