Ancient Acupuncture Theories

Acupuncture Theories,Meridian

The understanding of how acupuncture works has evolved with its practice, but the descriptions set down a thousand years ago have largely been retained. The dominant function of acupuncture is to reg...

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Chinese Acupuncture History

Acupuncture is the procedure of inserting and manipulating needles into various points on the body to relieve pain or for therapeutic purposes. Chinese has practised acupuncture for more than 2000 years. Huangdi Neijing is the first Chinese book that described acupuncture and its usage. Read More

Acupuncture | Oct 4, 2010 PM | Related TCM:Acupuncture History

The Meridians

The Primary And Secondary Meridians

In traditional Chinese medicine theory, the meridians - or channels carry and distribute qi and blood to all parts of the body, connect the organs, limbs and joints. Read More

TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM | Related TCM:The Meridians

Blood and The Body Fluids

The body fluids (such as Jing, Shen, and Jin-Ye), the qi and blood are the fundamental substances that are essential for life. They can be nourished by the use of herbs and are interrelated. e.g. Herbs that norish and tonify blood - They also help to norish Qi. Read More

TCM Theory | Oct 3, 2010 PM | Related TCM:Jin Ye

TCM history

Traditional Chinese medicine history

Traditional Chinese medicine, also known as TCM, includes a range of traditional medicine practices originating in China. Major TCM theories include: Yin-yang, the Five Phases, the human body Meridian/Channel system, Zang Fu organ theory, six confirmations, four levels, etc. Read More

Miscellaneous | Oct 2, 2010 PM | Related TCM:TCM history

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