Chinese Medicine Theory

The Theory of Chinese Medicine can be extremely complex and originated thousands of years ago through meticulous observation of nature, the cosmos, and the human body. There are many concepts and principles utilized in this amazing medical practice.

Yin and Yang Theory
Introduction to the aspects of Yin Yang

Vital Substances
Jing, Qi, Blood, and Jin Ye

The Internal Organs (Zang Fu)
Zang (Yin) and Fu (Yang) organs in TCM and the major organ relationships.

The 6 Extraordinary Organs
Marrow, Brain, Bone, Uterus, Vessels, and the Gallbladder.

The Causes of Illness
Six evils (Wind, Cold, Damp, Heat, Summer Heat, and Dryness)
Seven emotions (Anger, Fear, Fright, Grief, Joy, Worry and Pensiveness)
Additional causes of illness

Five Elements Theory
The Five Elements and there relationships