Introduction of Ancient Shanghan Herbalists.

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 ✵Ancient Shanghan Herbalists mainly introduces traditional Chinese medicine herbalists who have done some study or outstanding study and application on Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) and Jin Kui Yao Lue(the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber), as for their contribution to the study and theory on exogenous febrile disease, they are also known as the School of Cold-induced Febrile Diseases. This part give introductions about [51] outstanding traditional Chinese medicine herbalists, about their biography and legends, their main books and academic thoughts, among which [3] of them have been introduced in the section of the Prominent Ancient Herbalists, they are listed in the order of the epoch they lived, or according to the year their main works were published, totally introduced [68] kinds of monographs on Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), [9] kinds of monographs on Jin Kui Yao Lue(the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber), [3] kinds of monographs on warm disease, [1] kind of monograph on prescriptions, [1] kind of monograph on pulse formula, [1] kind of monograph on acupuncture and moxibustion, [5] kinds of monographs on herbal classics, [27] kinds of other TCM books, a total of [115] kinds of Traditional Chinese Medicine Works. And [2] kinds of other books.

韓祗和(Hán Zhīhé)
韓祗和Hán Zhīhé  韓祗和(Hán Zhīhé):famous herbalist who ever lived during the Northern Song Dynasty, studied the theory of Shang Han(the theory on exogenous febrile disease) in fine details and careful research, his applications are flexible can adapt to it or accommodate to circumstances, carried forward the theory of Zhang Zhongjing with his own innovations, author of the book 《傷寒微旨論》(Shang Han Wei Zhi Lun,or the Subtle Meanings of Shang Han).more

龐安時(Páng ānshí)
龐安時Páng ānshí  龐安時(Páng ānshí):famous herbalist lived during the Song Dynasty, author of several famous works, among which the most widely read was a detailed and comprehensive treatise on various kinds of cold-induced diseases and warm diseases under the title of 《傷寒總病論》(Shang Han Zong Bing Lun,or the General Discourse on Cold-induced Diseases).more

朱肱(Zhū Gōng)
朱肱Zhū Gōng  朱肱(Zhū Gōng):a famous herbalist ever studied Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) for decades and was a famous expert of the Shang Han study during the Song Dynasty, contribute a lot to the promotion of the practical application of Zhongjing's theory, he is the author of the book 《南陽活人書》(Nan Yang Huo Ren Shu, or the book of Nanyang for life-saving).more

許叔微(Xǔ Shūwēi)
許叔微Xǔ Shūwēi  許叔微(Xǔ Shūwēi):a famous herbalist and a representative herbalist of Meng-He School, ever lived during the years of the North Song and the South Song Dynasty, famous scholar of Shang Han study, author of the book《傷寒百證歌》(Shang Han Bai Zheng Ge), 《傷寒發微論》(Shang Han Fa Wei Lun), 《傷寒九十論》(Shang Han Jiu Shi Lun).more

成無己(Chéng Wújǐ)
成無己Chéng Wújǐ  成無己(Chéng Wújǐ):a famous herbalist ever lived during the end of the North Song Dynasty and the beginning of the Jin Dynasty, He spent 40 years to study the Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), he is the first herbalist to comprehensively annotate the Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) and one of the main representatives of the Shang Han school(the school of theory on exogenous febrile disease).more

郭雍(Guō Yōng)
郭雍Guō Yōng  郭雍(Guō Yōng):an herbalist and a scholar of the I Ching, he is very fond of Zhongjing's book, and his study of it has been deepening, took discussions from other ancient books, and theories from other herbalists to compile and supplement it, author of the book Shang Han Bu Wang Lun(the Recovery Supplement of Shang Han Lun).more

王好古(Wáng Hǎogǔ)
王好古Wáng Hǎogǔ  王好古(Wáng Hǎogǔ):a distinguished sagacious physician ever lived in the 13th century and early of the 14th century, he is a prominent herbalist of the Yishui school during the Jin Yuan period, he mastered the ancient book Nei Jing(the Inner Canon), has an in-depth study of Zhongjing's theory, ever learned from herbalist Zhang Yuansu and Li Dongyuan, and developed the theory of his teachers, his chief contribution was the explanation of Yin syndromes and the use of warming tonics in the later stage of cold-induced diseases, developed and enriched the theory of TCM, had far and deep influences on later generations.more

張璧(Zhāng Bì)
張璧Zhāng Bì  張璧(Zhāng Bì):a herbalist in the Jin Dynasty, son of famous herbalist 张元素(Zhāng Yuánsù), his pulse study is quite accurate, and he also has some study on the theory of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), author of the book Shang Han Bao Ming Ji(the Life Saving Collection of Shang Han).more

滑壽(Huá Shòu)
滑壽Huá Shòu  滑壽(Huá Shòu):a great herbalist in Yuan Dynasty, his contribution is mainly on interpretation of Nei Jing(the Inner Canon), Nan Jing(the Difficult Questions), pulse manifestations, annotations supplements on acupuncture and theory of meridians, he is the author of the books about Shang Han study named Shang Han Li Chao, but the book could not survive till today.more

黃仲理(Huáng Zhònglǐ)
黃仲理Huáng Zhònglǐ  黃仲理(Huáng Zhònglǐ):a herbalist in the Ming Dynasty, He studied Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) since he was a child, lived since late of the 14th century to early of the 15th century, he is the author of the book 《傷寒類證》(Shang Han Lei Zheng, or the Classified Syndromes of Shang Han.), in 10 volumes, collected his studies on the Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

許宏(Xǔ Hóng)
許宏Xǔ Hóng  許宏(Xǔ Hóng):he studied Confucianism in his childhood and was not known in medicine, was famous for effectiveness in treating strange diseases and syndromes, so later he became famous for a period. Xu Hong paid much attention to collecting and researching prescriptions throughout his life, he is the author of 《金鏡內臺方義》(Jin Jing Nei Tai Fang Yi, or the Golden Mirror of the Inner Stage Recipes), collected his studies about the prescriptions of the Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

陶華(Táo Huá)
陶華Táo Huá  陶華(Táo Huá):a herbalist in the Ming Dynasty, specializes in the study of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases). Usually the patient takes only one dose of his prescription then get recovered, he is the author of 《傷寒六書》(Shang Han Liu Shu, or the Six Books of Shang Han), a book of about the study of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

吳綬(Wú Shòu)
吳綬Wú Shòu  吳綬(Wú Shòu):herbalist, lived since the late period of the Yuan dynasty till the early period of the Ming dynasty. He is good in the treatment of Shang Han(exogenous febrile diseases), proficient in medical skills, he was recruited to the capital as a famous herbalist and was assigned an official career Yuan Pan of the Imperial Academy of Medicine, he is the author of the book 《傷寒蘊要全書》(Shang Han Yun Yao Quan Shu, or the Essential Collect Complete Book of Shang Han).more

萬全(Wàn Quán)
萬全Wàn Quán  萬全(Wàn Quán):a famous herbalist in the Ming Dynasty, he was born in a herbalist family, and his grandfather and father were both pediatricians. Wan Quan is even more famous for pediatrics, he inherited medical ethics of his grandpa and father, saved countless folks in over 50 years of his career, he is the author of the book 《傷寒摘錦》(Shang Han Zhai Jin, or the Picked Brocade of Shang Han), his study of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

繆存濟(Miào Cúnjǐ)
繆存濟Miào Cúnjǐ  繆存濟(Miào Cúnjǐ):a herbalist in the Ming Dynasty, lived in Jiajing and Wanli years of Ming Dynasty. Miao studied Confucianism when he was a child, later studied medicine with his uncles, he is the author of the book 《傷寒撮要》(Shang Han Cuo Yao, or the Brief Points of Shang Han), his study of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) with reference to Tao Hua’s books Shang Han Quan Sheng Ji and Shang Han Liu Shu.more

方有執(Fāng Yǒuzhí)
方有執Fāng Yǒuzhí  方有執(Fāng Yǒuzhí):a scholar of Shang Han(the exogenous febrile diseases), famous herbalist ever lived during the Ming Dynasty, well-known for his refined study on Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), and he rearranged the entries of the book, he was the beginning of the missing slip theory school of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), his main theories and achievements are mainly presented in the "revise again of missing slips" and "theory of wind and cold affect Ying and Wei".more

王肯堂(Wáng Kěntáng)
王肯堂Wáng Kěntáng  王肯堂(Wáng Kěntáng):ever passed the imperial examination and achieved Jinshi, author of the book 《傷寒準繩》(Shang Han Zhun Sheng, or the Standards of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), collected his studying with Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

喻昌(Yù Chāng)
喻昌Yù Chāng  喻昌(Yù Chāng):a famous herbalist in the late Ming dynasty and early Qing dynasty, was known as the three great master herbalists of the early Qing dynasty, one of the famous herbalists who study Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), he is the author of the book 《尚論篇》(Shang Lun Pian), a famous study of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

張遂辰(Zhāng Suìchén)
張遂辰Zhāng Suìchén  張遂辰(Zhāng Suìchén):born in the Wanli 17th year of the Ming dynasty(the year 1589 AD) and died in the Kangxi 7th year of the Qing dynasty (the year 1668 AD), good at writing ancient poems, author of 《張卿子傷寒論》(Zhang Qing Zi Shang Han Lun, or the Shang Han Lun by Zhang Qing Zi).more

童養學(Tóng Yǎngxué)
童養學Tóng Yǎngxué  童養學(Tóng Yǎngxué):a herbalist lived since about late years of the 16th to early years of the 17th century, he studied as a candidate for the imperial examinations in his young age, Tong's profession was not in medicine or herbalist, but he knows medicine, has an in-depth study on Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), and he is good at collating and researching ancient classic medical literature.more

張誌聰(Zhāng Zhìcōng).
張誌聰Zhāng Zhìcōng  張誌聰(Zhāng Zhìcōng):a famous herbalist in the Ming and Qing dynasties, hee mastered medicine skills, acupuncture and moxibustion, his study followed the ancient works Nei Jing(the Inner Canon) and Zhang Zhongjing, and he has made an in-depth study on Nei Jing(the Inner Canon) and Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

張璐(Zhāng Lù)
張璐Zhāng Lù  張璐(Zhāng Lù):a famous herbalist during the Ming and Qing dynasties, has been involved in academics and medicine throughout his life, especially in the study of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases). It is precise because of Zhang Lu's great academic influence that he was later called one of the three great medical experts in the early period of the Qing dynasty.more

史以甲(Shǐ Yǐjiǎ)
史以甲Shǐ Yǐjiǎ  史以甲(Shǐ Yǐjiǎ):a herbalist of the late period of the Ming dynasty and the early period of the Qing dynasty, advocates Zhongjing's studies, devoted himself to studying Zhongjing's Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) for more than 30 years and wrote the book 《傷寒正宗》(Shang Han Zheng Zong, or the authentic theory about the Treatise on Febrile Diseases).more

陳堯道(Chén Yáodào)
陳堯道Chén Yáodào  陳堯道(Chén Yáodào):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, lived during the middle to late years of the 17th century, his prescription is wonderful, the people from far and near are crowded in his house, applying medicines to help those poor people, he is the author of 《傷寒辯證》(Shang Han Bian Zheng, or the Syndrome Differentiation of the cold-induced diseases).more

程知(Chéng Zhī)
程知Chéng Zhī  程知(Chéng Zhī):a famous herbalist in the Qing dynasty, the years of his birth and death are unknown. He is the author of 《醫經理解》(Yi Jing Li Jie, or the Medicine Classics and Understandings). Cheng's main academic view is to advocate the theory that the pericardium channel is the life gate.more

徐彬(Xú Bīn)
徐彬Xú Bīn  徐彬(Xú Bīn): a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, ever lived about since the middle to late years of the 17th century, he is the author of 《傷寒方論》(Shang Han Fang Lun, or Treatise on the Prescriptions of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), 《金匱要略論註》(Jin Kui Yao Lue Lun Zhu, or A brief commentary on the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber), praises Zhongjing's theory.more

柯琴(Kē Qín)
柯琴Kē Qín  柯琴(Kē Qín):a scholar of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) in the Qing dynasty, his method of "using prescriptions to name syndromes, to classify and categorize syndromes according to prescriptions" is more clinically practical, and has a considerable influence on later studies, he is the author of the book 《傷寒來蘇集》(Shang Han Lai Su Ji, or the Renewal of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

程應旄(Chéng Yīngmáo)
程應旄Chéng Yīngmáo  程應旄(Chéng Yīngmáo):a herbalist in the early period of the Qing dynasty, his life was unknown in details, ever lived during about the middle to the late period of the 17th century. He is one of the important commentators of the book Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), author of the book 《傷寒論後條辨》(Shang Han Lun Hou Tiao Bian, or the post entries' identification of Shang Han Lun).more

林瀾(Lín Lán)
林瀾Lín Lán  林瀾(Lín Lán):a TCM herbalist of the Qing dynasty, his life in details is unknown, according to his book, he lived about since the middle period to the late period of the 17th century, author of the book 《傷寒折衷》(Shang Han Zhe Zhong, or the compromise of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

周揚俊(Zhōu Yángjùn)
周揚俊Zhōu Yángjùn  周揚俊(Zhōu Yángjùn):a herbalist ever lived during the Qing dynasty, studied Zhongjing's books for over ten years. In the Kangxi 10th year(the year 1671 AD), he came to the capital and was known as a herbalist, he is the author of the book 《傷寒論三註》(Shang Han Lun San Zhu, or Three Notes on the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

汪琥(Wāng Hǔ)
汪琥Wāng Hǔ  汪琥(Wāng Hǔ):a herbalist mainly lived during the middle to the late period of the 17th century, he has extensively read various works on Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) by predecessors, has an in-depth study in Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) and unique attainments, elaboration, and innovative views. He is a great herbalist who grasped the essence of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) during the Qing dynasty, author of 《傷寒論辨證廣註》(Shang Han Lun Bian Zheng Guang Zhu) and 《中寒論辨證廣註》(Zhong Han Lun Bian Zheng Guang Zhu).more

沈明宗(Shěn Míngzōng)
沈明宗Shěn Míngzōng  沈明宗(Shěn Míngzōng):a herbalist lived during the Shunzhi period and Kangxi period(mid and late 17th century), He studied Zhongjing's theory in fine details, and praised Fang Youzhi and Yu Jiayan in the commentaries of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), author of the book 《傷寒六經辨證治法》(Shang Han Liu Jing Bian Zheng Zhi Fa, or the Six Channels Syndrome Differentiation and Treatment of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

陶憺庵(Táo Dànān)
陶憺庵Táo Dànān  陶憺庵(Táo Dànān):a herbalist during the Kangxi period of the Qing dynasty, years and dates of his birth and passing away is unknown in details, he lived during the 17th century and passed away when he was 89 years old.He is the author of 《傷寒源流》(Shang Han Yuan Liu, or the Complete Works of the Origins of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

錢潢(Qián Huáng)
錢潢Qián Huáng  錢潢(Qián Huáng):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, he believes that Zhongjing's prescriptions are accurate and later's could not pass over it, while Wang Shuhe's order of compilation, Cheng Wuji's annotations, are attached with their intentions and lose the original meaning of Zhongjing, he is the author of the book 《傷寒溯源集》(Shang Han Shuo Yuan Ji, or the Origin Tracing of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

鄭重光(Zhèng Chóngguāng)
鄭重光Zhèng Chóngguāng  鄭重光(Zhèng Chóngguāng):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, he read the medical books since the ancient book Nei Jing(the Internal Classics), thoroughly understand the principles of medicine and cure diseases with miraculous effects, especially innovative in Shang Han(cold-induced disease) and warm disease,he is the author of 《傷寒論條辨續註》(Shang Han Lun Tiao Bian Xu Zhu, or the Continued Supplement on the entries' identification of Shang Han Lun), and 《傷寒論證辨》(Shang Han Lun Zheng Bian, or the Syndromes Differentiation of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

張錫駒(Zhāng Xījū)
張錫駒Zhāng Xījū  張錫駒(Zhāng Xījū):inherited his father’s ambition to study medicine, studied day and night, study hard with the Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), gradually achieved big progress in study. In severe cases or complicated diseases, as the medicine took effect, the symptoms vanished, he is the author of the book 《傷寒論直解》(Shang Han Lun Zhi Jie, or the Direct Annotations on the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) and 《胃氣論》(Wei Qi Lun, or the Theory on Stomach Qi).more

魏荔彤(Wèi Lìtóng)
魏荔彤Wèi Lìtóng  魏荔彤(Wèi Lìtóng):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, in his early years, he studied Confucianism and developed quite a lot.In his middle age, he devoted himself to medicine study and became a learned scholar.He is the author of the book 《傷寒論本義》(Shang Han Lun Ben Yi, or the Original Meanings of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) and 《金匱要略本義》(Jin Kui Yao Lue Ben Yi, or the Original Meanings of the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber).more

王子接(Wáng Zǐjiē)
王子接Wáng Zǐjiē  王子接(Wáng Zǐjiē):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, at a young age, he was studying Confucianism as a candidate for the imperial examination, he devoted himself to medicine while studying Confucianism, and studies it for more than 20 years, later became a famous herbalist.more

吳謙(Wú Qiān)
吳謙Wú Qiān  吳謙(Wú Qiān):He was a court physician, ever was assigned as a Yuan Pan of the Imperial Academy of Medicine during the Qianlong period. Wu Qian advocated Zhongjing's theory, author of the book 《訂正傷寒論註》(Ding Zheng Shang Han Lun Zhu, or the Revised Annotations on the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), 《訂正金匱要略註》(Ding Zheng Jin Kui Yao Lue Zhu, or the Revised Annotations on the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber).more

黃玉璐(Huáng Yùlù)
黃玉璐Huáng Yùlù  黃玉璐(Huáng Yùlù):a well-known herbalist of the Qing dynasty and a representative of the Zunjing School(the loyal to classics school).There are fourteen kinds of his works survived till today, eleven are medical books, he has incisive views on ancient works Nei Jing(the Inner Canon), Nan Jing(the Difficult Classic), Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), Jin Kui Yao Lue(the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber).more

舒詔(Shū Zhào)
舒詔Shū Zhào  舒詔(Shū Zhào):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, he was fond of medical prescriptions and learned medical skills from a famous herbalist 罗子尚(Luo Zishang), a disciple of Yu Chang, and his medical skills were greatly improved, he is the author of 《傷寒集註》(Shang Han Ji Zhu,or the Collected Annotations on the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases), 《傷寒六經定法》(Shang Han Liu Jing Ding Fa, or the Fixed Methods of the six-channels cold-induced diseases).more

徐大椿(Xú Dàchūn)
徐大椿Xú Dàchūn  徐大椿(Xú Dàchūn):Xu Dachun has been learning Confucianism since he was a child and read various schools too, due to his family's illness, he devoted himself to medicine, studying the books of famous herbalists in the past, and quickly became profound, for the case of serious disease, he often treated it with a positive effect, he is the author of 《傷寒類方》(Shang Han Lei Fang, or the Classified Prescriptions from the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

吳儀洛(Wú Yíluò)
吳儀洛Wú Yíluò  吳儀洛(Wú Yíluò):He was born in a family of famous herbalists for generations, and his previous generations had a wealth of book collections, He practiced medicine for 40 years and was famous in the township, he is the author of 《傷寒分經》(Shang Han Fen Jing, or the Separate Channels of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

沈金鰲(Shěn Jīnáo)
沈金鰲Shěn Jīnáo  沈金鰲(Shěn Jīnáo):a herbalist in the Qing dynasty, in his early years, he studied Confucianism, learned extensively with a good memory, and studied through epics and literature, medical skills, practice divination, and star calculations, he is the author of 《傷寒論綱目》(Shang Han Lun Gang Mu, or the Outline of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

俞肇源(Yú Zhàoyuán)
俞肇源Yú Zhàoyuán  俞肇源(Yú Zhàoyuán):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, a famous expert of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) in the Qing dynasty. He inherited his family studies early, studied Zhongjing's doctrine deeply and effectively, he is the author of 《通俗傷寒論》(Tong Su Shang Han Lun, or the Popular Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

陳念祖(Chén Niànzǔ)
陳念祖Chén Niànzǔ  陳念祖(Chén Niànzǔ):a native of Changle County, born in a medical family, made up as a candidate of student in the Qianlong 51st year(the year 1786 AD), and studied in Fuzhou Aofeng Academy since the Qianlong 52nd year(the year 1787 AD), taught medicine in Changle Songshan Jingshang Humble Cottage after retired, he is the author of 《傷寒論淺註》(Shang Han Lun Qian Zhu, or the Shallow Notes on the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases),《金匱要略淺註》(Jin Kui Yao Lue Qian Zhu, or the Shallow Notes on the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber).more

尤怡(Yóu Yí)
尤怡Yóu Yí  尤怡(Yóu Yí):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, used to sell calligraphy for a living in a temple, later he became a favorite disciple of Ma Chu, his academic attainments became more profound in his later years, have a deep study of Zhong Jing's books, he is the author of 《金匱要略心典》(Jin Kui Yao Lue Xin Dian, or the Heart Code of the Synopsis of the Golden Chamber),《傷寒貫珠集》(Shang Han Guan Zhu Ji, or A String of Beads from the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

章楠(Zhāng Nán)
章楠Zhāng Nán  章楠(Zhāng Nán):a herbalist ever lived during the late Qianlong period and Daoguang period of the Qing dynasty, Zhang studied traditional Chinese medicine because of his illness, studied hard in Zhongjing's book, He is unique in the theory of warm disease, he is the author of 《傷寒論本旨》(Shang Han Lun Ben Zhi, or the Primitive Principle of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

呂震名(Lǚ Zhènmíng)
呂震名Lǚ Zhènmíng  呂震名(Lǚ Zhènmíng):a herbalist in the Qing dynasty, professional Confucian scholar in generations, he passed the imperial examinations and achieved Ju Ren(former second-degree candidate in the provincial examination), his diagnosis and treatment have miraculous effects, studying Zhongjing's book single-minded for more than 20 years, his monograph 《傷寒尋源》(Shang Han Xun Yuan, or the Seeking Primitive Origin with the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) was praised as the number one among all studies of Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases) since Daoguang period.more

戴耀墀(Dài Yàochí)
戴耀墀Dài Yàochí  戴耀墀(Dài Yàochí):a herbalist of the Qing dynasty, his life and deeds in detail is unknown, he ever lived approximately in the 19th century, the author of 《傷寒正解》(Shang Han Zheng Jie, or the Correct Explanation of the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).more

余景和(Yú Jǐnghé)
余景和Yú Jǐnghé  余景和(Yú Jǐnghé):a famous herbalist of the Menghe School in the late Qing dynasty. He was humble, noble medical ethics and good skills, and profound knowledge of cold-induced diseases.He is the author of 《余註傷寒論翼》(Yu Zhu Shang Han Lun Yi, or the Supplement Annotations on the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases by Yu),《傷寒六經病解》(Shang Han Liu Jing Bing Jie, the Explanation of the cold-induced diseases and syndromes of the six channels), etc.more

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