TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) generally refers to medicine based on traditional medicine created by the working people of the Han Chinese, so it is also called Han medicine. It is a subject that studies human physiology, pathology, and diagnosis and prevention of diseases.
Traditional Chinese medicine was born in the primitive society. The theory of traditional Chinese medicine was basically formed during the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period. In addition, it has a far-reaching influence on the Chinese character culture circle countries, such as Japanese Chinese medicine, Korean and Korean medicine, Korean Korean medicine, and Vietnamese eastern medicine, etc., all developed on the basis of traditional Chinese medicine.
Traditional Chinese medicine carries the experience and theoretical knowledge of ancient Chinese people in fighting diseases. It is a medical theory system gradually formed and developed through long-term medical practice under the guidance of ancient simple materialism and spontaneous dialectics.
Chinese medicine takes the five elements of yin and yang as the theoretical basis, regards the human body as the unity of qi, shape, and spirit, and seeks the etiology, pathology, disease position, analysis of pathogenesis, and the five internal organs of the human body through the method of “seeing, smelling, asking, and cutting” four consultations. The changes of Liufu, meridian joints, qi and blood body fluid, judging whether the evil is going up and down, and then obtaining the name of the disease, summing up the syndrome type, formulating the treatment of “sweat, vomiting, lowering, harmonizing, warming, clearing, supplementing, eliminating” based on the principle of syndrome differentiation and treatment Method, using traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, massage, massage, cupping, Qigong, diet therapy and other treatments to make the body reconcile yin and yang.