The Writings of Mao Zedong, 1949-1976 Vol 1: September 1949-December 1955

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Then again, to dismiss all of Chinese medicine out of hand is not evidence-based either. In any case, Mao was clearly successful in getting many in the West to embrace traditional Chinese medicine. Just this past October, a U. Senate resolution sponsored by Sen. One reason cited in the Senate resolution is that naturopathic physicians including those who practice traditional Chinese medicine can help address the shortage of primary care providers in the United States.

It is interesting that the U. But, can traditional Chinese medicine, which many consider to be unsupported quackery, alleviate our situation? Each of the Yin and Yang organs are identified with one of the five elements; fire, earth, metal, water, and wood. The heart Yin and small intestine Yang are associated with fire, the spleen Yin and stomach Yang with earth, the lungs Yin and large intestine Yang with metal, the kidney Yin and bladder Yang with water, and the liver Yin and gallbladder Yang with wood…The five-element medical model stresses interrelationships among the internal organs rather than their individual functioning.

Using principles of mutual creation and mutual destruction as contained in five element theory , Chinese medicine explains that both an excess as well as deficiency in one organ may affect another organ.

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Consequently, problems with one organ may be cured by the treatment of one or more related organs 3. Michael Y. Kau, John K eds , M. Sharpe Inc.

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