Philosophy And Ideology Of Chinese Medicine

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Chinese Medicine after modification the essay title is as follows "Philosophy and Ideology of Chinese Medicine" He who takes medicine and neglects to diet wastes the skill of his doctors Medicine can only cure curable disease, and then not always (Chinese Proverb) Theology: In China, one can observe aninterestingcombination of modern and traditional medical practices. There are some delusions about Chinese Medicine. Although the main philosophies and techniques are thousands of years old, the traditional medical practices are still important, and are even being adopted around the world. There is a difference between the modern medical philosophy and the ancient philosophy of Chinese Medicine. The theory of Chinese medicine considers…show more content…
The multi-volume text presented views on the function of the human body and the physical world that remain the basic ideas believed by traditional medicine practitioners. Yin and Yang are described, and so are the Five Phases of nature that is; wood, fire, earth, metal, water. It isn’t known how or where these ideas originated.The work on Cold Injuries is ascribed to Zhang Zhongjing and it was published at the end of the Han Dynasty period (206 BC-220 AD). It is the first known text on drug and herbal medicine. Types of Chinese Medical Treatment: The traditional Chinese medicines have a long history and trying herbs and traditional medicines can be an interesting and educational sidelight of China.The Chinese have cultivated and used many kinds of herbs, fruits, and animal products that are uncommon in the West for health and healing.There are several varieties of Chinese Medicine including. Acupuncture, Herbology, Chinese Nutrition, Moxibustion, Massage, Qigong, Therapy and Therapeutic Techniques, Tuina, Jiaofa, Yangsheng, Mantras. The history of Chinese medicine is occasionally about the various kinds of therapies. Chinese Therapies: Chinese therapy and Therapeutic techniques are based on preserving health and preventing disease better than cure. Herbal medicines and other external and internal practices of prevention are
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