Theory typical Chinese minorities in medicine

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Among the types of minority Chinese medicine, systems theory of Tibetan, Mongolian, Uygur and Dai ethnic groups are considered more advanced than others. Theory of Medicine Tibetan Medicine

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Among the types of minority Chinese medicine, systems theory of Tibetan, Mongolian, Uygur and Dai ethnic groups are considered more advanced than others.

Theory of Medicine Tibetan Medicine
Tibetan medicine is rich and systems with a long history. It is a medical system, like that of Han ethnicity.

Basic theory
Like traditional Chinese medicine to the basic theory of Tibetan medicine shows the plain materialist ethnicity. Tibetan medicine believes that the universe is composed of five elements (gold, wood, water, fire and earth) and five major elements (Qi, fire, soil, water and space). The five elements correspond to the heart, liver, spleen, lungs and kidneys, respectively, while the five major components are those that are the entire universe. Qi, fire, water and soil are the main components of the human body. Anything strong or weak May cause disease. Distinguished achievements of Tibetan medicine were made in a variety of areas based on the subjective theories of these three main components, seven major substances of the human body, and three types of dung.

Three major elements (factors)
The theory of Tibetan medicine believes there are three main elements (Qi, fire, water and soil), seven main substances (food nutrition, blood, flesh, fat, bone, spinal bone and energy) and three types of excreta (urine, feces and sweat) existing in the human body. The three main elements to control the movement and changes in the seven main substances and three types of dung. Under normal physiological conditions, the three factors are mutually dependent and restrictive in maintaining a state of harmony and baianced. When one or more factors indicate the strength or weakness excessive for any reason, the symptoms appear as the diseases of the elements described above. The three adjustment factors through the prescribed therapy to restore a harmonious state.

One element of the power of the physiological activity of the human body, is close to the nature of "feng" or "qi" in traditional Chinese medicine, but it is more than sense. It meets in the brain, heart , lungs and bones, control of aspiration, movement, senses and movement.



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