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✵The Acupuncture and Moxibustion theories are majorly composed of the theory of acupuncture, the theory of the meridian system, the acupoints, the meridian points, the extra points, the moxibustion and other techniques derived from acupuncture.
The Acupuncture and Moxibustion Theories are majorly composed of the theory of acupuncture, the theory of the meridian system, the acupoints, the meridian points, the extra points, the moxibustion and other techniques derived from acupuncture.
Acupuncture or needling is a traditional Chinese therapy in which the functions of the body are regulated for curing diseases by stimulating certain sites on the body with special needles.
the theory of meridian is an important component part of traditional Chinese medical theory, according to which there exists within the human body a system of conduits through which Qi and blood circulates.
The meridian point is acupuncture point of a regular meridian, the meridian points of lung meridian, meridian points of large intestine meridian,stomach meridian,spleen meridian,heart meridian,small intestine meridian,bladder meridian,kidney meridian,pericardium meridian,triple energizer meridian,gallbladder meridian,liver meridian,governor vessel,conception vessel, are introduced.
The extra points are acupuncture-moxibustion points not distributed on the meridian,extra points are introduced:points on the head and neck, points on the chest and abdomen, points on the back, points on the upper extremities, points on the lower extremities, ashi.
Moxibustion and other techniques derived from Acupuncture
Moxibustion is a therapeutic procedure involving ignited material to apply heat to certain points or areas of the body surface through regulation of the function of meridians and zang-fu viscera.Cupping therapy is to suck by placing a vacuumized, usually by fire, cup or jar onto the affected or any part of the body surface for therapeutic purpose.
Graphs of the Fourteen Meridians.
Graph of the lung meridian,Graph of large intestine meridian,Graph of stomach meridian,Graph of spleen meridian,Graph of heart meridian,Graph of small intestine meridian,Graph of bladder meridian,Graph of kidney meridian,Graph of pericardium meridian,Graph of triple energizer meridian,Graph of gallbladder meridian,Graph of liver meridian.,Graph of governor vessel,Graph of conception vessel.