Yellow Emperor’s Classical Medicine

There are four classical works in Chinese medicine: Yellow Emperor’s Classical Medicine, Treatise on Febrile Diseases, Synopsis of Golden Chamber and Doctrine for Seasonal Febrile Diseases. Among the four, Yellow Emperor’s Classical Medicine, initially compiled during the Warring State period, is the earliest and most influential in the Chinese Medicine field, which systematically formulated the doctrine of Chinese medicine.

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Bronze Men of Acupuncture

Acupuncture was first invented by Chinese thousands of years ago, and whoever studies acupuncture must have learned the legend about China’s “Bronze Men of Acupuncture” (针灸铜人). Bronze Men of the Song Dynasty – for Acupuncture Exam Bronze Men are statues made of bronze in life-size. They were created in the Song Dynasty and then kidnapped by Jin tribesmen invaded China […]

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