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Classics

Understanding Covid-19: A Compilation of Resources for the Chinese Medicine Community

By Acupuncture, AOM Research, Case Histories, Classics, Clinical Perspectives , East/West Integration, Health Preservation, Herbal Medicine, History, Internal Medicine, Theory and Diagnosis

 

In seeking guidance for our own work with patients, those of us at the Jade Institute and others have put together a listing and links to resources that we have found to be particularly valuable.  The information below comes … Read More

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On the Sublime Sincerity of the Eminent Physician

By Asian Culture, Classics, Clinical Perspectives 

By Sabine Wilms

 

備急千金藥方

論大醫精誠第二

Volume One, Chapter Two:

On the Sublime Sincerity of the Eminent Physician

LINE ONE

(一)張湛曰 :夫經方之難精,由來尚矣。

(二)今病有內同而外異,亦有內異而外同。故五臟六腑之盈虛,血脈營衛之通塞

,固非耳目之所察,必先診候以審之。

(三)而寸口 關尺有浮沉弦緊之亂,腧穴流注有高下淺深之差,肌膚筋骨有濃薄

剛柔之異。

(四)唯用心精微者,始可與言於茲矣。

1) Zhāng Zhàn (1) said: “The reason why the methods in the … Read More

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All Disease Comes From the Heart: The Pivotal Role of the Emotions in Classical Chinese Medicine

By Classics, Clinical Perspectives , Emotion/Spirit, Internal Medicine, Theory and Diagnosis

By Heiner Fruehauf

 

Most modern clinicians find that a majority of their patients suffer from the symptom complex generally referred to as “stress”. Emotional stress, however, is usually regarded as a confounding rather than a causative factor in pathophysiology. … Read More

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