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Traditional Chinese Medicine, also known as TCM, includes a range of traditional medical practices originating in China. Although well accepted in the mainstream of medical care throughout East Asia, it is considered an alternative medical system in much of the western world. TCM practices include such treatments as herbal medicine, acupuncture, dietary therapy, and both Tui na and Shiatsu massage. Qigong and Taijiquan are also closely associated with TCM. TCM claims to be rooted in meticulous observation of nature, the cosmos, and the human body, and to be thousands of years old. Major theories include those of Yin-yang, the Five Phases, the human body Channel system, Zang Fu organ theory, six confirmations, four layers, etc. Much of the philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine derives from the same philosophy that inform Taoist and Buddhist thought, and reflects the classical Chinese belief that the life and activity of individual human beings have an intimate relationship with the environment on all levels

 

Please browse the following contents for further study:

 

1. Disease Prevention
2. Effective Herbal Formulas for Treating Cancer
3. Effective Herbal Formulas for Treating Neurological System Diseases
4. Effective Herbal Formulas for Treating Mental Disorder
5. The Concept of Qi(qi),
6. The Concept of Blood, Body fluid and Qi
7. DaMo Qigong Chinese Medicine World
8. Inner Canon of Yellow Emperor
9. Treatise on Cold-induced Febrile Diseases
10. Mechnism of Yin-yang Operation
11. Five Element System
12. Visceral Symptoms
13. Pathogenic Factors
14. Mechnism of Chinese massage
15. The Acupuncture treatment Principle
16. Famous Chinese Doctors and works
17. The theory of external Qi therapy
18. The history and origin of Chinese acupuncture
19. The general introduction of meridians and channels
20. DaMo Qigong Chinese Medicine World

 

 

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