✵To help clients and TCM fans know better with the common knowledge of ancient TCM and syndrome differentiation, there comes the online knowledge database in classified categories.
✵The main content including: the introduction of the most famous and talented Ancient Herbalists and Distinguished Physicians, the most influential and Well-Known Ancient Works, common Diagnostic Methods, the introduction of Common Disease and Syndromes, etc.
Febrile Disease and Cold-induced Disease according to ShangHanLun.
Seasonal febrile disease, Summer-heat affliction, Febrile disease, Dampness disease, Dryness-induced disease,Wind affection, Cold-induced disease, Tai Yang (Greater Yang) disease(Taiyang Syndrome), Yang Ming (Splendid Yang) disease(Yangming Syndromes), Shao Yang (Lesser Yang) disease(Shaoyang Syndrome), Tai Yin (Greater Yin) disease(Tai Yin Syndrome), Shao Yin disease(Shao Yin Syndrome), Jue Yin (Reverting Yin) Disease(Jue Yin Syndrome), etc.
Miscellaneous Internal Disease according to Jin Kui Yao Lue.
Cholera and Dysentery Syndrome, Convulsive Disease, Coital transmission of febrile disease, Taxation relapse disease, Lily disease, Fox bewitching syndrome, Yin and Yang toxin syndrome, Malaria syndrome, Blood-arthralgia, Consumptive Disease, Cough, Retained fluid, Yellowish sweating, Li-jie disease, Blood Stasis, Haematemesis, Descent of blood, Sore carbuncle, Chest impediment, Women's disease, etc.
The Yin Syndromes is a collective term for interior, cold and deficiency syndromes with inhibitory, hypofunctional, quiescent or dimmed manifestations, or inward and downward symptoms, as well as diseases caused by pathogenic factors of Yin nature. On the other aspect, the Yang Syndromes is a collective term for the exterior, heat and excess syndromes with excitatory, hyper-functional, restless or bright manifestations, or outward and upward symptoms, as well as diseases caused by pathogenic factors of Yang nature. The earliest records and discussion of Yang syndrome and Yin syndrome could be traced back to ancient works Nei Jing(the Huangdi's Internal Canon).
Syndromes of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Syndromes of Traditional Chinese Medicine:Liver deficiency syndrome,Liver excess syndrome,Liver Asthenia,Gallbladder deficiency and excess syndrome,Heart deficiency and excess syndrome,Small intestine deficiency and excess syndrome,Spleen deficiency and excess syndrome,Stomach deficiency and excess syndrome,Lung deficiency and excess syndrome,Large Intestine deficiency and excess syndrome,Kidney deficiency and excess syndrome,Urinary bladder deficiency and excess syndrome,Triple Energizer deficiency and excess syndrome,Amnesia,Constipation and difficulty in micturition. The unique theoretical system of traditional Chinese medicine has two basic characteristics, one is the overall-concept, the other is the dialectical treatment.
Common Internal Disease
Common Cold, Tinnitus and Deafness, Ophthalmology or Eye Disease, Rhinopathy(Nasal Disease), Stomatopathy and Odontopathy(Disease of mouth and teeth), Throat disease,Cephalea(Headache), Vertigo(black out), Shoulder pain, Back pain, Thoracalgia(chest pain), Hypochondriac pain(pain in the rib-side), Celialgia(abdominal pain), Ventosity(Abdominal distention and Abdominal fullness), Diarrhea, Constipation, Lumbago(Low Back Pain), Cough, Asthma, Wheeze(heavy breathing), Asthenic disease, Hematemesis, Hemoptysis, Hematochezia, Hematuria, Palpitation, Insomnia, Hypnosia(lethargy), Amnesia(forgetfulness), Spermatorrhea(seminal emission), Enuresis(bed-wetting), Uroclepsia(urinary incontinence), Turbid Urine(urine cloudy or urinary turbidity), Hernia, Melancholia(depression syndrome), etc.
Preceded menorrhea(advanced menstruation,early periods), Delayed menorrhea(delayed menstrual cycle/retarded menstruation), Irregular menstrual cycle, Hypermenorrhea(profuse menstruation), Hypomenorrhea(scanty menstruation), Menstrual hematemesis(blood vomiting during menstrual cycle), Premenstrual bloody stool(bloody stool before menstruation), Menstrual diarrhea, Dysmenorrhea(abdominal pain during menstruation), Amenia(amenorrhea or menostasis), Vaginal bleeding, Leukorrhea(morbid leukorrhea, gynaecological diseases), Abdominal mass, etc.
Introduction of well-known ancient works:Huang Di Nei Jing(Huangdi's Internal Classic), Nan Jing(Difficult Classic), Zhong Zang Jing(Central Treasury Canon), Shang Han Za Bing Lun(Treatise on Cold Pathogenic and Miscellaneous Diseases), Bei Ji Qian Jin Yao Fang(Invaluable Prescriptions), Qian Jin Yi Fang(Supplement to the Invaluable Prescriptions), Shang Han Zong Bing Lun(General Discourse on Cold-induced Diseases), Pu Ji Ben Shi Fang(Effective Prescriptions for Universal Relief), Pi Wei Lun(Treatise on the Spleen and Stomach), Jing Yue Quan Shu(Jing Yue's Complete Works), etc.