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The objective is to share great knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and any kinds of Alternative Medicine by sharing my recording while I am reading English books at laud. It is my English learning and Natural medicine studying purpose. Hope those recordings help somebody learn and satisfy one's interests. Enjoy!
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Zang Fu The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Functions, Interrelationships and Patterns of Disharmony in Theory and Practice Author :Jeremy Ross Page 161-166 Chapter 13 Review of the Five Zang Functions Main Functions of the Five Zang Shen (Kidney 腎) Sores Jing Foundation of Yin & Yang Pi (Spleen 脾) Rules Transportation & Transformati…
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Zang Fu Chapter 12 Xin Bao (Pericardium : 心包) and San Jiao (Triple Burner:三焦) Xin Bao (心包) Functions Patterns of Disharmony San Jiao (三焦) The four main conception of San Jiao San Jiao as the Three Divisions of the body San Jiao as part of the Six Stages San Jiao Classification of Warm Diseases San Jiao as Three Divisions 2. San Jiao as the Fu syste…
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Zang Fu Chapter 11-1 Fei (Lungs) and Da Chang (Large Intestine) Fei Functions Rules Qi and Governs Respiration Dispersing and Descending Function Moves and Adjusts the Water Channels Rules the Exterior of the Body Opens into the Nose; Manifests in the Body Hair Patterns of Disharmony Deficient of Fei Qi Deficient of Fei Yin Invasion of Fei by Wind …
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Zang Fu Chapter 10-2 Xin and Xiao Chang (Heart and Small Intestine) Xiao Chang (small intestine) Functions Patterns of Disharmony - Deficient Cold in Xiao Chang - Stagnant Qi of Xiao Chang a) Obstructed Qi of Xiao Chang b) Excess Heat in Xiao Chang
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Zang Fu Chapter 10-1 Xin (Heart) and Xiao Chang(Small Intestine) Xin Functions 1. Rules Xue and Xue Mai 2. Stores Shen 3. Opens into the Tongue: Manifests in the Face Patterns of Disharmony Yang Deficiency: - Deficient Xin Qi - Deficient Xin Yang - Stagnant Xin Xue - Cold Phlegm Misting Xin Yin Deficiency: - Deficient Xin Xue - Deficient Xin Yin - …
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Zang fu Chapter 8 Pi (Spleen) and Wei (Stomach)-2 Pi Patterns of Disharmony 3. Inability of Pi to Govern Xue 4. Sinking of Pi Qi 5. Invasion of Pi by Cold and Dump 6. Damp Heat Accumulates in Pi 7. Turbid Phlegm Disturbing the Head Summary
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Zang fu Chapter 8 Pi (Spleen) and Wei (Stomach)-1 Pi Functions Rules Transformation and Transportation Rules the Muscles and the Limbs Governs Xue Holds up the Organs Opens into the Mouth; Manifests in the Lips Fluids, Damp and Phlegm Patterns of Disharmony Deficient Pi Qi Deficient Pi Yang
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Zang Fu Chapter 7 Shen (Kidneys) and Pang Guang (Bladder) 1 Shen Functions 1. Stores Jing a. Rules birth, growth, development, and reproduction b. Rules bones 2. Foundation of Yin Yang 3. Rules the Water 4. Rules Reception of Qi 5. Opens into the Ears; Manifests in the Hair
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Zang Fu The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chapter 6 Zang Fu -Origins of Confusion -The Twelve Zang Fu -Zang and Fu Zang: Shen (Kidneys) 腎 Pi (Spleen) 脾 Gan (Liver) 肝 Xin (Heart) 心 Fei (Lungs) 肺 Xin Bao (Pericardium) 心包 Fu Pang Guang (Urinary Bladder) 膀胱 Wei (Stomach) 胃 Dan (Gall Bladder) 胆 Xiao Chang (Small Intestine) 小腸 Da Chang (L…
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Zang Fu Chapter 5 Patterns of Disease -Patterns of Disharmony of the Eight Principles YinYang Interior and Exterior Cold and Heat Deficiency and Excess -Combinations of the Patterns of the Eight Principles Exterior and Heat, Interior and Heat; Exterior and Cold, Interior and Cold Excess and Heat, Deficiency and Heat, Excess and Cold, Deficiency and…
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Zang Fu the Organ systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chapter 4 Origins of Disease -Internal Factors - Miscellaneous Factors constitution Life Before Birth Childhood Adult Life Nutrition Yin Effects Yang Effects Occupation Overwork Excercise Relationships Sex Trauma, Parasites and Pestilences Treatment as a Disease Factor Secondary Factors -Sum…
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Zang Fu the Organ systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chapter 4 Origins of Disease Heat and Fire External Heat Internal Heat Relationship with other Factors Damp External Damp Internal Damp Relationship with Other Factors Dryness Summer heat -Summary
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ZangFu The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chapter 4 Origins of Disease -Origins of Disease -Disease Factors -External Factors Wind External wind Internal Wind Relationship to other factors Cold External Cold Internal Cold Relationship with Other External Factors
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ZANG FU-臓腑- The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chapter 3 Substances Patterns of Disharmony of the Substances Deficient Jin Ye Deficient Jing Deficient Shen Disturbance of Shen Further Ambiguities Deficient Yang and Deficient Yin Deficient Qi and Deficient Yang Deficient Qi and Deficient Xue Deficient Xue and Deficient Yin Stagnant Qi…
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ZANG FU-臓腑- The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chapter 3 Substances The Five Substances and Their Functions Yin Yang and the Substances Formation of the Substances Qi Xue Jing Ye Jing Shen Ambiguities Qi and Xue Qi and Jin Ye Qi and Jing Qi and Shen Xue and Jin Ye Xue and Jing Xue and Shen Jin Ye and Jing Jin Ye and Shen…
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ZANG FU-臓腑- The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine Chapter 2 The Framework Substances The term Substances does not imply energy or matter; all is relative Jing Luo Mai Jing Jing Luo Acupuncture Points Zang Fu Tissues Summary
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ZANG FU-臓腑-The Organ Systems of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Second edition) Functions, Interrelationships and Patterns of Disharmony in Theory and Practice Author: Jeremy Ross Chapter 1 Chinese and Western Thought Patterns of Change Interrelationship Analysis and Synthesis Yin Yang Energy and Matter Mind and Body Structure and Function Precision …
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The Web That Has No Weaver APPENDIX F : THE FIVE PHASES (WuXing 五行) Wood Spring (season)/east (direction)/blue-green(colour)/ windy (climate)/shouting(sound)/anger(emotion)/sour(taste)/Liver(Yin organ)/Gall Bladder (Yang organ)/Eye (orifice)/tendons (tissue)/goatish (smell)/ Hun (spirit)/human kindness (virtue) 2. Fire Summer/south/red/hot/laughing…
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The Web That Has No Weaver Appendix E-3 -EAST ASIAN HERBS AND ADVERSE EVENTS Direct Toxic Effects Toxicity Due to Dosage Extension Idiosyncratic Toxicity Hepatotoxic Effects Herbs Adulterated with Western Drugs and Camouflaged Drugs Contamination with Heavy Metals and Poor Manufacturing Practices Interaction with Western Drugs Cross-Cultural Differ…
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The Web That Has No Weaver Appendix E THE SCIENTIFIC ENCOUNTER WITH EAST ASIAN MEDICINE: EFFICACY AND ADVERSE EVENTS -CLINICAL RESEARCH IN EAST ASIA -CLINICAL RESEARCH ON ACUPUNCTURE IN THE WEST Review of Systematic Reviews of Acupuncture RCTS
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The Web That Has No Weaver Appendix C PULSES REVISITED FLOATING PULSE SINKING PULSE SLOW PULSE RAPID PULSE THIN PULSE BIG PULSE EMPTY PULSE FULL PULSE SLIPPERY PULSE CHOPPY PULSE WIRY PULSE TIGHT PULSE KNOTTED PULSE HURRIED PULSE INTERMITTENT PULSE SHORT PULSE LONG PULSE MODERATE PULSE FLOODING PULSE MINUTE PULSE FRAIL PULSE SOGGY PULSE LEATHER PUL…
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The Web That Has No Weaver p272 Lung Disharmonies -The Pattern of Cold VIolating the Lung (han-xie-fan-fei 寒邪犯肺) -The Pattern of Heat Clogging the Lungs (re-xie-yong-fei 熱邪塞肺) -The Pattern of Mucus Dampness Hindering the Lungs (tan-shi-zu-fei 痰湿阻肺) -The Pattern of Deficient Lung Yin (fei-yin-xu  肺陰虚) -Deficient Lung (fei-qi-xu 肺気虚)…
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The Web That Has No Weaver P267 -Heart Disharmonies Patterns of Deficient Heart Blood (xin-xue-xu 心血虚) Patterns of Deficient Heart Qi (xin-qi-xu 心気虚) and Deficient Heart Yang (xin-yang-xu 心陽虚) Patterns of Congealed Heart Blood (xin-xue-yu 心血瘀) Patterns of Cold Mucus Confusing the Heart Openings (han-tan-mi-xin-qiao 寒痰迷心竅)and Mucus Fire Agitating th…
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The Web That Has No Weaver P253 -Liver Disharmonies Pattern of Constrained Liver Qi (gan-qi-yu-jie 肝気鬱結) Pattern of Deficient Liver Blood (gan-xue-xu 肝血虚) Pattern of Liver-Fire Blazing Upward (gan-huo-shang-yan 肝火上炎) Pattern of Deficient Liver Yin (gan-yin-xu 肝陰虚) Pattern of Arrogant Liver Yang ascending (gan-yang-shangkang 肝陽上亢) Pattern of Liver W…
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The Web That Has No Weaver p253 EAST AND WEST RECONSIDERED PATTERNS OF DISHARMONY - Spleen Disharmonies Patterns of Deficient Spleen Qi (pi-qi-xu 脾気虚) and Deficient Spleen Yang (pi-yang-xu 脾陽虚) Pattern of Spleen Qi Sinking (pi-xia-xian 脾気下陥) Pattern of Spleen Unable to Govern the Blood (pi-bu-zong-xue 脾不統血) Pattern of Dampness Distressing the Splee…
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The Web That Has No Weaver p239 Chapter8 THE PATTERNS OF THE HUMAN LANDSCAPE the details of the clinical scene Patterns of Stagnant Qi (qi-zhi-zheng 気滞証) Patterns of Deficient Blood (xue-xu-zheng 血虚証) and Deficient Yin (yin-xu-zheng 陰虚証) Pattern of Congealed Blood (xue-yu-zheng 血瘀証) Pattern of Hot Blood (xue-re-zheng 血熱証)…
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The Web That Has No Weaver P224 COMBINATIONS OF THE EIGHT PRINCIPAL PATTERNS The Pattern of Excess/Heat (shi-re-zheng 実熱証) The Pattern of Deficiency/Heat (xu-re-zheng 虚熱証) The Pattern of Excess/Cold (shi-han- zheng 実寒証) The Pattern of Deficiency/Cold (xu-han-zheng 虚寒証) Pattern of True Heat/Illusionary Cold (zhen-re-jia-han-zheng 真熱偽寒証) True Cold/Il…
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The Web That No Weaver p215 Chapter 7 THE EIGHT PRINCIPAL PATTERNS: THE FACES OF YIN AND YANG the patterns' basic texture and composition DISTINGUISHING THE EIGHT PRINCIPAL PATTERNS (ba-gang bian-zheng 八網弁証) Patterns of Cold(han-zheng 寒証) and Heat (re-zheng 熱証) Patterns of Yin (yin-zheng 陰証) and Yang (yang-zheng 陽証) Disharmonies…
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That Has No Weaver p186 THE FOUR EXAMINATIONS 2. Listening and Smelling(wen-zhen 聞診) 3.Asking (wen-zhen 問診) - Sensations of Cold and Hot - Perspiration - Headaches and Dizziness - Pain - Urine and Stool - Thirst, Appetite, and Tastes - Sleep - Gynecological Concerns - Personal Background
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The Web That Has No Weaver p159 WAY OF LIFE (bu nei wai yin 不内外因) the precipitating factors that are neither Pernicious Influence (External) nor emotions (Internal) which is considered to be lifestyle imbalances in Western medicine. Diet Sexual Activity Physical Activity Miscellaneous Factors
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