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Traditional Classical Theory Icon  Ancient Traditional Classical Theory:Theory of Yin-Yang theory,Theory of Essential Qi,Meridian System and Meridian theory,Theory of Zang Fu Organs,etc.

Theory of Yin-Yang.

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 Theory of Yin-Yang is the ancient Chinese philosophical concept of naive dialectics,expressing the law of the unity of opposites.

 yin and yang:the two fundamental principles or properties in the universe,ever opposing and complementing each other,the ceaseless motion of which gives rise to all the changes in the world--an ancient philosophical concept used in traditional Chinese medicine for indicating various antitheses in anatomy,physiology,pathology,diagnosis and treatment,and for explaining the health and disease processes.more.
 

Meridian System and Meridian Theory.

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 The meridian (jīngluò,also called channel) is believed as paths through which the life-energy known as "Qi" flows, it is only known in the traditional Chinese medicine.The 12 meridians connecting most of the points,include the Lung Meridian, the Large intestine meridian, the Stomach meridian, the Spleen meridian, the Heart meridian, the Small intestine meridian, the Bladder merdian, the Kidney meridian, the Pericardium meridian, the Triple energizer meridian, the Gallbladder meridian, the Liver meridian.more.
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Theory of Nei Jin or Inner Canon

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 Theory of Nei Jin or Inner Canon:the oldest and greatest medical classic extant in China,with its authorship ascribed to the ancient Emperor Huangdi(2698-2589B.C.).Actually the work was a product of various unknown authors in the Warring States Period(475-221 B.C.).The book consists of two parts:Su Wen,or Plain Questions,and Ling Shu,or Spiritual Pivot or Divine Axis,the latter also known as the Canon of Acupuncture.more.
 

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