Sun. Oct 20th, 2019

Daniel Adrian Hyde

On a journey to finding spiritual truth and inspiring conscious living

TCM

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Theory including diagnosis, meridians, point locations, treatments and their interplay in the modern world. All opinion only!

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The Small Intestine in TCM is credited with the separation of solids and liquids. Food…

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The main function of the Large Intestine in TCM (‘Da Chang’ ~ ‘Great Intestine’) is…

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The Kidneys in TCM are seen as the center of yin and yang. Like all…

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The Liver in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) is responsible for (1) ensuring the smooth flow…

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The Spleen in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) is one of the main digestive organs in…

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The Lungs in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) are the lid of the yin organs –…

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The Heart (xin) is one of the zang organs and is yin in nature. It…

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The Zang Fu are a central element of TCM theory. Although they bear familiar names…

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In TCM, there are six pernicious (hurtful) influences that can cause disharmony within us. Long…

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Jin Ye (or Jin Je) are the body fluids that flow within us and are…

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