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TCM Foundation

Description: Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been developing for over two thousand years. It is the accumulation of the experience of the Chinese in the attempt to maintain health and treat disease. It is an important component of Chinese culture. TCM Foundation is a beginning, the first course of TCM study. We have a good instructor Dr. Liu here to teach this TCM first course. You will learn the most basic theories of TCM: Yin-Yang and five elements; visceral manifestation theory; qi, blood, body fluid and vitality; meridian theory; etiology and pathogenesis; pathological mechanism; principles of treatment and prevention in this TCM Foundation Course. The high towers come from the ground up. TCM and acupuncture learners and followers, let us start from here today.
Language: English
Instructor: Xuemei Liu
Runtime: 1201 minutes

TCM Foundation Part 1
Runtime: 62 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Introduction of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

TCM Foundation Part 2
Runtime: 58 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Yin Yang Theory

TCM Foundation Part 3
Runtime: 78 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: The Theory of Five Elements

TCM Foundation Part 4
Runtime: 76 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Visceral Manifestation ( Five Zang-Viscera: Heart,Pericardium, Lung)

TCM Foundation Part 5
Runtime: 70 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Visceral Manifestation ( Five Zang-Viscera: Spleen,Liver)

TCM Foundation Part 6
Runtime: 67 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Visceral Manifestation (Five Zang-Viscera and Six Fu-Viscera: Kidney, Vital Gate, Gallbladder, Stomach )

TCM Foundation Part 7
Runtime: 75 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Six Fu-Viscera Manifestation (Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Urinary Bladder, Triple-Jiao), Extraordinary Organs and Relationship between Zang-Viscera.

TCM Foundation Part 8
Runtime: 75 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Relationship between Zang-Viscera, Relationship between Zang and Fu Viscera, Relationship among Fu-Viscera, as well as Qi, Blood, Body Fluid and Vitality.

TCM Foundation Part 9
Runtime: 70 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Qi, Blood, Body Fluid and Vitality, Meridians

TCM Foundation Part 10
Runtime: 68 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Meridians, TCM Etiology

TCM Foundation Part 11
Runtime: 82 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: TCM Etiology

TCM Foundation Part 12
Runtime: 71 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: TCM Pathogenesis, Basic Pathological Mechanism

TCM Foundation Part 13
Runtime: 75 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Basic Pathological Mechanism

TCM Foundation Part 14
Runtime: 70 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: The Pathological Mechanism of Exogenous Febrile Diseases and Five Endogenous Evils

TCM Foundation Part 15
Runtime: 72 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Five Endogenous Evils, Pathological Mechanism of Five Zang-Viscera

TCM Foundation Part 16
Runtime: 65 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Pathological Mechanism of Five Zang-Viscera, Six Fu-Viscera and Extraordinary Organs, Principles of Prevention.

TCM Foundation Part 17
Runtime: 67 minutes
Type: Audio + Slides + Content
Introduce: Principles of Treatment.
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