Classical Acupuncture Verses for 100 Diseases
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Written by famous physicians, these acupuncture verses recorded the experience of how to choose the most effective acupuncture points for the treatment of more than 100 diseases. These verses extracted the most valuable experience in practicing Chinese medicine. Clinicians in China still use these verses as important references to help them solve difficult medical problems. These acupuncture verses have been reprinted for hundreds of years, and learned by generations and generations of acupuncturists. They are the “must-learn” verses in Chinese medicine education in China. They are included in acupuncture textbooks used by all of the Chinese medicine colleges in China. The verses translated here are the most popular and valuable acupuncture verses in Chinese medicine history, including “Acupuncture for A Hundred Diseases in Verse (Bai Zheng Fu),” “The Jade Dragon Verse of Using Acupuncture (Yu Long Fu),” and “Understanding the Miracle and... More > Essence of Acupuncture (Tong Xuan Zhi Yao Fu).”< Less
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Oct 15, 2009"Classical Acupuncture" Acupuncture for A Hundred Diseases in Verse (known as “Bai Zheng Fu” in Chinese) summarizes the experience of how to choose the most effective acupuncture points (acupoints) for the treatment of about 100 diseases. These diseases include twenty-eight ailments in the head and face, six diseases in the neck and throat, six diseases in the shoulder and back, seven gynecological diseases, one pediatric disease, five infectious diseases, and forty-three diseases in other categories such as psychological problems. Totally 156 acupuncture points are used for these diseases. A broad range of diseases are covered, from complicated diseases such as diabetes to small problems such as twitching eyelids. Solutions for some of the health problems are hard to find elsewhere in common books, such as deafness caused by anger, and nightmares. The Jade Dragon Verse of Using Acupuncture (known as “Yu Long Fu” in Chinese) uses “jade dragon” in its name to indicate its... More > great value. This verse summarizes the experience of how to choose the most effective acupuncture points (acupoints) for more than eighty diseases. These diseases include twenty-one ailments in the head, face, neck, shoulder, and back, and twenty-one diseases in the chest and four limbs. The verse provides the most useful acupuncture prescriptions for four gynecological and pediatric diseases, twenty-one internal diseases, and seventeen diseases in other categories. Totally 102 acupuncture points are used for these diseases. The Jade Dragon Verse of Using Acupuncture emphasizes on the coordination of exterior and interior meridians. Another feature of this verse is that it uses many extra acupuncture points that are outside regular meridians or channels. In this English translation, locations of these points are added by the translator and listed at the end of the verse. This verse is one of the most popular acupuncture verses in Chinese medicine history. It was originally from Dr. Bian Que, one of the best physicians in Chinese history. He was called the “miraculous doctor” in China. The verse is a revised and extracted version of another longer acupuncture verse The Jade Dragon Song of Using Acupuncture (known as “Yu Long Ge” in Chinese). Understanding the Miracle and Essence of Acupuncture (“Tong Xuan Zhi Yao Fu” in Chinese) was written by a well-known acupuncturist Hanqing Dou (1196-1280) in the Yuan Dynasty. This verse summarizes the experience of how to choose the most effective acupuncture points (acupoints) for more than 50 diseases. These diseases include different pain syndromes and ailments of the eyes, ears, teeth, and nose. Totally 43 acupoints are used for these diseases, especially the Five-Shu points below the elbows and the knees. Manipulation techniques and the application of basic theories are emphasized. This translation not only translates the language, but also provides explanations and some background knowledge of the history and legends in Chinese medicine.< Less
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- March 10, 2009
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