✵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, hyperfunctional, 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).
In the classification of the syndromes sequence from herbalist Zhāng Zhòngjǐng, the cold-induced disease are big diseases with very urgent symptoms, the Yin syndromes among them are especially severe and unfavorable priced, especially difficult to differentiate and treat, as an independent doctrine, the Yin Syndrome theory was established since ancient herbalist Wáng Hǎogǔ who ever lived from the beginning year of the 13th century to the early period of the 14th century, as the founder of the Yin syndrome doctrine, he inherited the discussions and explorations about Yin syndromes from previous ancient herbalists, and established it as an independent doctrine, opened the wisdom of herbalists from later generations.
Yin Pulse of Qi Bo and Endogenous Three Yin Syndromes of Jie Gu.
An introduction about Yin Pulse of Qi Bo, Qí Bó is a famous physician in the reign period of Huangdi(the Yellow Emperor), and Endogenous Three Yin Syndromes of Jie Gu, Zhāng Yuánsù is a herbalist physician of the 12th century, the founder of the Yi Shui School of TCM.
Endogenous Three Yin Syndromes of Wang Haogu.
The Endogenous three Yin syndromes of Wang Haogu were established by herbalist Wang Haogu, mainly for the complexion-pulse differentiation of three meridians which should use the warm method.
Yin Syndromes of Bian Que and Yin Syndromes of Zhong Jing.
An introduction about Yin Syndromes of Bian Que and Yin Syndromes of Zhong Jing, herbalist Biǎn Què is a famous ancient herbalist physician, the famous ancient works Nan Jing(the Difficult Classic) was ascribed to him.
Yin Syndromes of Zhu Gong.
Introduction about Three Yin Syndromes, theory of Yin toxin and three Yin, Yin syndrome similar to Yang, Exessive Yin refusing Yang, Yin Yang Exchange, Untreatable for Yin Toxin three syndromes till seven days. Herbalist physician Zhū Gōng who lived at end years of the North Song Dynasty, he has an indepth study with the ancient works Shang Han Lun(the Treatise on Cold-induced Diseases).
Yin Syndromes of Xu Shuwei.
Three syndromes of Yin toxin.Herbalist Xǔ Shūwēi is a leading herbalist physician of the Song Dynasty, he was the representative herbalist of Meng He School during the Song Dynasty period.
Yin Syndromes of Han Zhihe.
General discussion of three Yin, Harmonization depends on time or seasons.Hán Zhīhé is a herbalist physician of the northern Song Dynasty. He studied the theory of exogenous febrile disease(cold-induced disease) intensively.
Yin Syndromes of Wang Haogu.
The Yin Syndromes theory of herbalist Wang Haogu, are mainly:(1).Yin Syndromes Classifications;(2).Fog and Dew, Cold Drinks are both Turbid Pathogens;(3).Restlessness and Non-restlessness, Life pulse and death pulse of Yin syndromes...
Fog and Dew,Cold Drinks are both Turbid Pathogens.
The natural factors Fog and Dew, Cold Drinks are both Turbid Pathogens, they could also affect a person and lead to sickness.
Restlessness and Non-restlessness,Life pulse and death pulse of Yin syndromes.
An introduction about the restlessness and Non-restlessness of Yin syndromes differentiation, and the Life pulse and death pulse of Yin syndromes, with related cases.
Endogenous and Exogenous types of Yang Collapse.
An introduction about the Endogenous types of Yang Collapse., and Exogenous types of Yang Collapse, related pulse manifestations..
Yin and Yang Differentiation of Wild talk,Spontaneous perspiration,Shaking of body,Syncope.
An introduction about the Yin and Yang Differentiation of Wild talk, the Yin and Yang Differentiation of Spontaneous perspiration, Shaking of body, the Yin and Yang of Syncope.
Thirst,Cough,Fever,Constipation,Urinary stoppage and red urine of Yin syndrome.
An introduction about other symptoms of Yin syndromes, including Thirst of Yin Syndromes, Cough of Yin Syndromes, Fever of Yin Syndromes, Constipation of Yin Syndromes, Urinary stoppage of Yin Syndromes, and Red urine of Yin syndromes.
Yin Yang Exchange.
The Yin syndrome and Yang syndrome exchanged, until herbalist Zhu Feng set Yin Yang Exchange as two entries discussion, laters starts to know there is difference of cold and heat.