Principles of traditional Chinese Medicine

Principles of traditional Chinese medicine

Man is a part of nature and therefore the same laws apply to him as in nature.

  • Man is a part of nature and therefore the same laws apply to him as in nature.

  • The Theory of Jin and Jang

    Jin and Yang are the concepts of Chinese philosophy. These are two aspects of each phenomenon in nature. According to Chinese philosophy, Jin and Jang originated in a large divide (Tai Ji), in the division of the indivisible (Tao). Jin and Yang are opposites that can not exist indefinitely. They are in every element of nature, so they are in us.

  • Jang is treated as a male aspect, manifested by climb, expansion, or division. His opposite Jin is a female aspect. Jin is associated with sinking, stability and unity.

  • Learning Five elements and internal organs

    Learning the Five Elements describes the relationships between the five types of matter. He knows these five elements - wood, fire, earth, metal and water. They are essential to nature and human existence. Their interaction affects all aspects of life

  • Chinese medicine sees the representation of five elements in the human body through organs. It recognizes the main "governing" organs (Zang), or so-called full organs. They are the liver, the heart, the spleen, the lungs and the kidneys. Another group of organs are so-called hollow organs - gall bladder, small intestine, stomach, colon, bladder and triple radiator. The so-called the auxiliary organs are the third group - the brain, the pulp, the bone, the vessel, the uterus, gallbladder).