Herb Chapters

Chapter 1 Herbs that Relieve the Exterior Section 1 Warm, Pungent/Acrid a. Strongly Relieve Wind-Cold b. Mildly Relieve Wind-Cold c. Wind-Cold & Harmonize Stomach d. Wind-Cold-Damp + Headache e. Wind-Cold + Nasal Problems f. Wind-Cold in Summer Section 2 Cool, Pungent/Acrid a. Mildly Release Wind-Heat b. Wind-Heat & Raise Yang Qi c. Wind-Heat Rash, Throat […]

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Measurement

Measurement 1 lian= 30 g 1 qian=3 g 1 fen=0.3g Dosage is based on: 1) properties of herbs: quality, texture and toxicity 2) combinations and forms of prescriptions( combination, preparation form, and purpose of using herbs) 3) patients( patient’s condition, constitution and age)

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Resources

www.anatomyarcade.com https://www.free-anatomy-quiz.com/index.html   http://www.journal.ac/ https://www.scopus.com/home.uri https://doaj.org/ https://www.e-sciencecentral.org/index.php   http://www.shen-nong.com/eng/front/index.html https://www.sacredlotus.com/ https://www.iep.utm.edu/ https://ctext.org/ancient-classics https://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm https://www.khanacademy.org/  

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Lung Meridian

Lung Meridian (Lu): Starts in the Middle Jiao (Ren 12) Descends to Large Intestine (its paired organ) (approximately at Ren 9) Ascends, crossing the upper portion of the Stomach (approximately at Ren 13) Passes through the diaphragm and enters the Lungs (approximately at Ren 17) Ascends to the throat Turns laterally and goes inferiorfy across […]

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Branches and Roots of TCM

BRANCHES 1.) Jīng Luò 经 络 Acupuncture System a. Anatomy (Eastern and Western Theories) b. Xué 穴 位 (Points) c. Mai 脈 (Pathways) Therapies: Acupressure, Cupping, Moxa, Magnets 2.) Yào  藥 Herbs a. Teas and Decoct b. Tinctures and Wines c. Oils, Balms, Liniments, and Compresses d. Powders, Pills, Tablets 3.) Nutrition and Food Therapy […]

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Taiji Lun

Taiji, born of Wuji, is the potential for either dong (movement, dynamic) or jing (stillness, static). It is the mother ( the source) of yin and yang. In dong (movement) yin and yang tend to fen (become separate and distinct), in jing (stillness) yin and yang tend to he (unite to become one). Neither overextend […]

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