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eBook Secondary Channels And Collaterals epub
  • ISBN: 7117080663
  • Author: Wang Qi-cai
  • Genre: Health
  • Subcategory: Alternative Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House; 1 edition (January 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 648 pages
  • ePUB size: 1413 kb
  • FB2 size 1168 kb
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The author, Wang Qi-cai, is the chief compiler of the famous text, Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion and this work is its logical extension.

The author, Wang Qi-cai, is the chief compiler of the famous text, Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion and this work is its logical extension. It gives the details of theory and practice concerning the eight extraordinary vessels, the twelve divergent channels, collaterals, the twelve sinew channels, the twelve cutaneous regions, branch and root – origin and termination, and four seas. Each of these chapters describes the nomencalture and definition, course and distribution, manifestations, physiological functions, pathologies, related points and clinical applilcations.

Secondary Channels and Collaterals. Publication Year: 2006. Publisher: People's Medical Publishing House. ISBN: 978-7-11-708066-8. This book completes all the other texts and fills this gap. Although much has been written about the 12 regular channels and their place in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, little has been written since the days of the Yellow emperor's Inner Classic about the secondary systems of channels and collaterals.

Scondary Channels and Collaterals book  . Start by marking Scondary Channels and Collaterals as Want to Read

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Secondary Channels and Collaterals By Wang Qi-cai, Hebei College of TC.

Secondary Channels and Collaterals By Wang Qi-cai, Hebei College of TCM. Although much has been. written about the 12 regular channels (95% of modern acupuncture texts concentrate solely on these) and their place in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, little has been written about the secondary systems of channels and collaterals. 2006 - 7 x 10 Hardcover ISBN: 9787117080668 Pages: 648 SECHCO.

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These twenty seven (27) conduit channels and vessels enable and move Qi and Blood, and have uninterrupted .

These twenty seven (27) conduit channels and vessels enable and move Qi and Blood, and have uninterrupted flow between each other. The Eight Extra Channels are said not to be influenced by the primary channels, thus they are not a part of the mutual sharing of contents with the other twenty seven (27) channels and collaterals. It is said that when the rain pours down from Heaven, the ditches (Network Vessels) and reservoirs (Channels) become full, and that when they become full, the surplus then flows in to the Extra Channels. This surplus then pours in to the deep lakes.

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Zong-qi Cai (蔡宗齊) is a bicultural . China academic based at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he teaches Chinese literature and Classical Chinese poetry and leads the Forum on Chinese Poetic Culture

Zong-qi Cai (蔡宗齊) is a bicultural . China academic based at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he teaches Chinese literature and Classical Chinese poetry and leads the Forum on Chinese Poetic Culture. Cai also teaches as the Lee Wing Tat Chair Professor of Chinese Literature at Lingnan University (Hong Kong). Widely published in both English and Chinese, Prof. Professor Wang Qi-cai has written this excellent book to fill this void. Hardcover, 648 pages. An expert in the use of channels and collaterals in the treatment of all kinds of diseases, he has thirty-five years of teaching and clinical experience. He currently teaches and supervises postgraduate students at Nanjing College of TCM in the International Educational College. The book is divided into eight chapters.

Although much has been written about the 12 regular channels and their place in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, little has been written since the days of the Huang Di Nei Jing about the secondary systems of channels and collaterals. Such omissions have left a great void in the knowledge, application, and research in the subject of channels and collaterals. Even since the foundation of the Peoples Republic of China, and the establishment of its system of TCM colleges, more than 95% of modern acupuncture textbooks have concentrated solely on the 12 regular channels. Professor Wang Qi-cai has written this excellent book to fill this void. An expert in the use of channels and collaterals in the treatment of all kinds of diseases, he has thirty-five years of teaching and clinical experience. He currently teaches and supervises postgraduate students at Nanjing College of TCM in the International Educational College. The book is divided into eight chapters. The first chapter covers the origin and formation of the theory of channels and collaterals, the history and development of the theory, and the classification of the system of channels and collaterals. Chapters 2 through 8 cover the eight extraordinary vessels, twelve divergent channels and their collaterals, the twelve muscular regions, twelve cutaneous regions, Gen-Origin and Jie-Termination, Biao-Branch and Ben-Root, Qi pathways and Four Seas. The book covers important acupoints for each section and includes references from ancient texts as well as from modern books and journals. Each chapter ends with case studies and commentaries by Professor Wang in which he explains the theory behind each treatment and why it was successful.
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