Medical theory of traditional Chinese Medicine

Medical theory of traditional Chinese Medicine overview The theory of traditional Chinese medicine comes from the summary of medical experience and the thought of Yin Yang and five elements in ancient China. Its contents include the theory of essence and Qi, the theory of yin and Yang and five elements, Qi, blood and body fluid, Zang Xiang, meridians, physique, etiology, pathogenesis, treatment principles, health preservation, etc. As early as more than 2000 years ago, the monograph of traditional Chinese medicine Huangdi Neijing came out, which laid the foundation of traditional Chinese medicine. Today, the theory, diagnosis and treatment…

Development history of traditional Chinese Medicine

Development history of traditional Chinese Medicine Since the end of the Qing Dynasty, China was invaded by Western powers and its national fortune was weak. Traditional Chinese medicine falls into the debate between existence and abolition. The same is true of Japanese medicine, which belongs to the Chinese medical system, and Korean medicine in South Korea. Traditional Chinese medicine has been used for thousands of years on the ancient land of China. After thousands of years of clinical practice, it has been confirmed Chinese traditional medicine is effective and feasible in treating diseases, preventing diseases and maintaining health.…

What is traditional Chinese medicine? (Brief Introduction)

Traditional Chinese medicine was born in the primitive society. The theory of traditional Chinese medicine has been basically formed in the spring and autumn and Warring States periods, and has been summarized and developed in successive dynasties. In addition, it has a far-reaching impact on the countries in the Chinese character culture circle, such as Japanese medicine, Korean medicine, Korean medicine and Vietnamese east medicine.