Chinese medicine


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Chinese medicine

n
(Medicine) a traditional system of medical treatment based on the principles of Yin and Yang, involving such treatments as acupuncture and the use of a range of drugs derived from animal and vegetable sources
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Chinese medicine recognizes the seven emotions as a major cause of disease when they upset the physiological regulatory functions of the body, says Holman, and he explains to Chinese medicine practitioners how to relieve trauma that continues to cause unhealthy emotions long after the danger is past.
As the demand for Chinese medicine in Japan intensifies, Japanese manufacturers are increasingly growing the herbs in-island, reported the Nikkei Asian Review.
Francis Natural Health Center in Panay Avenue, Quezon City, this teaching clinic, known for promoting traditional Chinese medicine, has walls lined with pictures of healthy, beautiful babies instead of the usual medical charts and clinical paraphernalia.
ISLAMABAD -- China Cultural Center Wednesday organized a seminar on 'Chinese Outlook on Life and Contemporary Value of Chinese Medicine.
Chapters 5 and 6 delineate the interactions between practitioners of Chinese medicine and Western medicine, arguing that the former often drew on the latter's methods in shaping their publications and institutions.
The following is issued on behalf of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong:
HONG KONG, Aug 2, 2017 - (ACN Newswire) - PuraPharm Corporation Limited ("PuraPharm" or the "Group", HKEX: 1498) is a leading Hong Kong-based Chinese medicine company specialising in the research and development, production and sale of Concentrated Chinese Medicine Granules ("CCMG") products under the "Nong's" brand.
Being a world acclaimed organization in coordinating conferences across the globe Conference Series LLC takes pride to announce the commencement of 7th International Conference on Ayurveda, Homeopathy and Chinese Medicine from May 18-19, 2017 at Munich, Germany.
WITH the growing popularity of and demand for alternative and traditional cures, the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of the Mother of God's Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SMIC-ITCM) will try to increase the 'supply' of such services by going into the business of training practitioners in age-old healing therapies.
The central theme in the history of medicine in modern China is the legitimacy crisis Chinese medicine faced from the twentieth century onward, as modern medicine and the state challenged traditional practice.
This is the first doctoral-level classical Chinese medicine degree offered by the college and one of the first of its kind in North America.
In this second edition Hicks describes the differences between Chinese medicine and western medicine: the former treats the person, the latter the symptoms; thus, Chinese prescriptions are individualized and see the body and mind as connected, and uses observations, rather than tests.

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