I’ve been teaching TCM to future acupuncture professionals since 2008 and absolutely love it! Now, my goal is to expand my reach to TCM Rock Stars (yep, that’s you!) all over the world. I want to make Chinese medicine easy to grasp and fun to learn. This video course is all about the Yin Yang Theory. Enjoy and let me know what you think in the comment section below.

In the mean time, keep rocking using TCM,
Clara
TCM Geek

1- Yin Yang theory is the foundation for physiology, pathology and treatment of TCM.

  • Yin & Yang are opposite: relative opposition only

  • Inter-dependance: one cannot exist without the other (day & night)

  • The mutual consumption: it’s a quantitative change (continuous adjustment of relative level of yin & yang)

  • Inter-transformation: it’s a qualitative change (certain conditions are required: egg to Chick)

  • Nothing is totally Yin or totally Yang

  • Yin and Yang contain each others seed.

2- Yin Organs: Lung, Heart, Liver, Spleen, Kidney, Pericardium

3- Yang organs: Large intestine, Small intestine, Gallbladder, Stomach, Bladder, San Jiao (Triple burner)

4- Yin & Yang Pathology:

  • Excess of Yang causes heat syndromes

  • Excess of Yin causes cold syndromes

  • Deficiency of Yang brings cold syndrome (Yang deficiency cold)

  • Deficiency of Yin brings heat syndrome (Yin deficiency heat)


 

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