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They applied this theory to explain the complicated physiological and pathological relationships between the zang- fu organs, and between the human body and the external environment. Erheliao SJ 22 The relationships between the liver, heart.
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Treatment is aimed at strengthening the ascending function of spleen qi. Xinning main functions are to govern various forms of qi, and serve as the passage for the flow of yuanqi and body fluid.
Syndromes of the Spleen and Stomach. But bian stone was still used as the main tool for treating diseases.
If lung qi is deficient, failure of the lung in dispersing the qi of water and food can result in the skin becoming wan and sallow and lead to deficiency of the anti- pathogenic qi and hence susceptibility to catching cold. Amber Parron rated it liked it Nov 26, There are detailed diagrams showing the meridians and acupoints, collaterals, as well as such detail as the Foot-Shaoyin or Hand Shaoyang.
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When deficiency of yang fails to control yin, deficiency and cold syndromes may appear, in which yang is deficient and yin excessive. Daheng Sp 15 Burong Moxibusion 19 In the fourteenth century, Chinese acupuncturist Zou Yin went to Viet Nam to treat acupunctur for the Vietnamese nobles, and he was given the honour of Magi Doctor. The Three Yin Collaterals of Foot.
Since the founding of the Peoples’ Republic of China, these arts have been developed and are highly regarded by the international academic community. In general, only acupunctue having a clear understanding of the connections between the meridians by which pathological changes are transmitted, can the practitioner grasp the relationships among the zang-fu organs and determine treatment.
Futu S 32 Muchuang G 16 Various issues 3 15 Jul 10, That is why there are three yin and three yang.
It accumulates in the chest, ascends to the throat to dominate respiration, and is distributed to the whole body in order to maintain the normal functions of the tissues and organs. Xuehai Sp 10 It flourishes in adolescence and at this time males will have seminal emission, and females the moxibhstion of menstruation, reflecting the ripening of the sexual function.
Shangjuxu S 37 Xiaochangshu B 27 Specific Points on the Four Extremities. Pathologically, deficiency of pectoral qi due to weakness of the lung qi will lead to weakness and stagnation of blood circulation, resulting in stuffiness in the chest, shortness of breath, palpitation, and purplish lips and tongue. If chdng qi is weak, the root of the qi is not firm, and the kidney will fail to receive qi, giving rise to shortness of breath and difficult inhalation which is worse after movement.
Xiaohai SI 8 9. Its meridian connects with the pericardium with which it is externally- internally related. If yin and yang fail to support each other and become separated, the vital activities of the body xiinnong cease.
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Its essential substances are transported and transformed by the spleen to supply the whole body. Quyuan SI 13 Excessive pathogenic heat in the lung will lead to shortness of breath and vibration of the ala nasi. It thus serves to guide clinical diagnosis and treatment.
Suliao Du 25 Syndromes of the Kidney and Bladder. Fengchi G 20 The Basic Knowledge of the Theory of Yin and Yang 1 The opposition of yin and yang The theory of yin-yang holds that everything in nature acpuuncture two opposite aspects, namely yin and yang.