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Chinese medicine

Monday, September 28th, 2009

Chinese MedicineOnce a certain noble and virtuous Chinese was stricken by an unknown disease. Featured glorified his Ph.D. It Hua (now the name of that doctor has medicine to improve blood circulation in the brain). Doctor welcomed with great honors and ducts it to the patient. Practitioner silence the pulse of the patient, examined his tongue and held without gratitude large sum of money. Only the threshold casually: “I will send the recipe on the servant.” He said it very impolite. When the servant brought the paper, it appeared that it was not written prescription and a curse. Virtuous dignitary, known for his patience and fairness, he was really shocked by the attitude of Dr. Hua and it fell into a real rage. From his throat blood in. .. he recovered. It turned out that the reason for his illness was long and suppressing anger offish.
In this parable concludes the main principles of Chinese medicine – to treat the cause rather than investigation. The reason for each disease according to ancient Chinese harmony is disturbed. The man is indissolubly linked with the surrounding environment and the scale itself is a kind of universe. On this scale the universe is fundamentally inherent balance between emptiness and fullness, hot and cold, dark and light. At the heart of ancient Chinese medicine lie philosophical doctrines, including those known to Europeans and-jing (Book of changes) and Feng Shui.

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