TCM Traditional Chinese Medicine

TCM Chinese Medicine "Home Education ROSS-SSMHG Completely Certified

New Home Study (Distance E-learning) now available only by ROSS complete recognized education Worldwide

The Chinese medicines that were developed centuries ago are not only used in China but also in the Western world. Over the course of many years, the knowledge of these medicines has been supplemented with an enormous amount of practical experience and, in addition, new treatment methods and techniques are constantly being developed on the basis of Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine is therefore a useful addition to our modern Western medicine. Much attention is also paid to Chinese herbalism. The possibilities of Qi gong are discussed extensively, a healing method that is currently in the spotlight in the West. The home course Working with Chinese Medicine is a course that enables you to successfully apply one of the most developed forms of therapy in your own practice.

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During the Working with Chinese Medicine course, the origins and modern application of these forms of therapy are discussed. You will become acquainted with the origins of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and the forms of therapy that have emerged from it. We look at the balance and possible imbalance of the human being -yin and yang- and the importance of the elements. Also, attention is paid to pulse and tongue diagnosis, as well as to acupressure and massage techniques based on Tuina. 

New Home Study (Distance E-learning) now available only by ROSS complete recognized education Worldwide

The Chinese medicines that were developed centuries ago are not only used in China but also in the Western world. Over the course of many years, the knowledge of these medicines has been supplemented with an enormous amount of practical experience and, in addition, new treatment methods and techniques are constantly being developed on the basis of Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine is therefore a useful addition to our modern Western medicine. Much attention is also paid to Chinese herbalism. The possibilities of Qi gong are discussed extensively, a healing method that is currently in the spotlight in the West. The home course Working with Chinese Medicine is a course that enables you to successfully apply one of the most developed forms of therapy in your own practice.

General

Pronunciation of Chinese sounds

Qi gong

The practice of qi gong

Conditions to practice

The qi gong booth

Correct qi gong posture

Healthy breathing

Self-examination of your breathing

Natural breathing

External healing

The energetic diagnosis

The treatment

Strengthen the jing

Qi gong exercises

Exercise 1: Dantian chime, dong chime

Exercise 2: Cleaning the brain

Exercise 3: The little celestial orbit

Exercise 4: The standing meditation

Exercise 5: The lion is holding the ball

Exercise 6: The bat hangs at the bottom of the bridge

Exercise 7: Swinging the fan in the wind

Exercise 8: The male deer

Exercise 8: The female deer

Exercise 9: Meditation of the five yin organs

Exercise 10: The heavenly pillar will swing

Exercise for rheumatism complaints

Chinese Medicine (TCM)

preface

Laozi and Confucius

Yin and Yang

The theory of the five movements

preface

The generating cycle

The controlling cycle

Disturbances within the cycle

The five movements in the physiology of TCM

The five movements in the pathology of TCM

The five movements and treatment

The vital substances

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The five vital substances

Functions of qi

Disharmonic patterns

Jing

Jing in human development

The differences between jing and qi

Shen

The bodies of shen

Blood (xue)

Functions of blood

The body fluids

Learn from the organs

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The wood organs

The liver

The gallbladder

The fire organs

The heart

The small intestine

The pericardium

The triple heater

The organs of the earth

The spleen

The stomach

The metal organs

The lungs

The colon

The water organs

The kidneys

The bladder

The relationships between the yin organs

The heart and lungs

The heart and spleen

The heart and liver

The heart and kidneys

The liver and lungs

The liver and spleen

The liver and kidneys

The spleen and lungs

The spleen and kidneys

The kidneys and lungs

The meridians

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Meridian points

The liver meridian

The gallbladder meridian

The heart meridian

The small intestine meridian

The pericardium meridian

Triple heater meridian

The spleen meridian

The stomach meridian

The lung meridian

The colon meridian

The kidney meridian

The bladder meridian

The eight extra meridians

The ren mai

The du mai

Locating the points

The causes of illness

Three groups of pathogens

External pathogens

Endogenous Pathogens: The Seven Emotions

Other pathogens

Two examples from practice

Make a diagnosis

Look

Hear and smell

Ask

To feel

Tongue diagnostics

Pulse diagnostics

The disease course

The eight diagnostic principles

Organ syndromes

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Syndromes of the heart

Small intestine syndromes

Syndromes of the liver

Gallbladder syndromes

Syndromes of the spleen

Syndromes of the stomach

Syndromes of the lungs

Colon syndromes

Syndromes of the kidneys

Bladder syndromes

Triple heater syndromes

Chinese massage

Tuina

Currents in the tuina massage

The treatment

Treatment techniques

Fenfa

Hufa

Yunfa

Cuofa

Jafa

Fufa

Cafa

Zhenfa

Bofa

Gunfa

Zhefa

Niezjifa

Huangfa

Tso huatuojiaji

Rock the knee and twist the hip

Turn neck and pull arm

Shake and turn neck

Treatment techniques

Tuifa

Roufa

Nafa

Liefa

Quiti

Dafa

Treatments

Stiffness in the neck

Low back pain and lumbago

Headache

Urinary retention

Impotence

Rheumatoid arthritis

How to use moxa

Chinese herbalism

preface

Acorus calamus

Acorus gramineus

Alisma plantago aquatica

Allium sativum

Allium cepa

Arctium lappa

Artemisia annua

Artemisia capillaris

Artemisia vulgaris

Beta vulgaris

Calendula officinalis

Cannabis sativa

Citrus

Crataegus cuneata

Foeniculum vulgare

Gardenia jaminoides

Ginkgo biloba

Hibiscus

Humulus lupulus

Isatis tinctoria

Leonurus cardiaca

Lycopodium clavatum

Magnolia

Mentha

Morus alba

Nicotiana tabacum

Oryza sativa

Paeonia

Panax ginseng

Plantago major

Platycodon grandiflorum

Polygonum

Portulaca oleracea

Punica granatum

Rheum

Rubus fructicosus

Salvia officinalis

Sesamum indicum

Taraxacum officinale

Tussilago farfara

Valeriana officinalis

Zingiber officinale