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Traditional Chinese Medicine Basics
If the wrong man (or women) uses the right means,
the right means work in the wrong way
Traditional Chinese Medicine is the term used for functional folk medicine (acupuncture, moxabustion, reflexology, massage, aromatherapy, hypnosis, nutrition and weight management etc.) that developed and originated in China over 5000 years ago.
TCM encompassed any therapy that worked which delivered good health/health promotion of the mind, body and spirit to the population, keeping China, vibrant, alive and well for many generations.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is not a cure-all for every disease, but TCM is an attempt at holistic balance to relieve, remedy and prevent disease, also a therapeutic way to understand how each individual metaphysically deals with disease to help the mind and body gain and remain in full health for their particular situation, TCM tries to understand the questions that an illness displays, which if understood by the practitioner could lead to a therapeutic answer (balanced health), stopping disease or guiding any disease away and out of the body.
The rules for TCM delivery to the western eye would sometimes seem rather flamboyant to say the least, however the facts are that most of the time TCM if applied correctly does in essence work with some diseases where western medicine fails (and visa versa).
The Chinese were probably the first nation to recognize physical therapy as a pathway to help overcome many diseases (qigong), TCM has delivered copious amounts of drug prescriptions that have been developed from traditional Chinese herbal medicine, which have been refined by western drug companies, and such drugs are used therapeutically daily by the whole world.
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