Lao Tze

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Sun Simiao: "Cultivate the disposition to preserve health" Sun simiao, a great expert on medicine and life cultivation, wrote a great work Qian Jin Fang, or Valuable Prescriptions. He wrote treatises on life cultivation such as Sheyang Zhenzhong Fang, or Handy prescriptions for life cultivation. The comprehensive regulation methods are  dietary therapy  for life (Sexual life promotions health.), regulation of the mind for promotion of activities, massage, etc. .

Sun Simiao: "Cultivate the disposition to preserve health" Sun simiao, a great…

Wang Shu  He recovered the first major herbal formulary, the Shang Han Lun (ca. 220 A.D.), by Chang Chung Ching [Zhang Zhongjing] , putting together the fragmentary record and arranging it in logical order. He set down the knowledge of pulse diagnosis in the book Mai Ching. Both books remained medical classics and were revived and revised during the Song Dynasty. Expert in chinese dietary. He cautioned about impure foods, overeating, excessive drinking, and the hazards of fried foods.

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Hua To was the first famous Chinese surgeon. He developed the use of anesthesia, and furthered theknowledge of anatomy.  When using acupuncture and herbs, he preferred simple methods, using a small number of acupuncture points and formulas comprised of only a few herbs. He practiced Chi-kung [Qi Gong] and taught the "frolics of the five animals,"

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Chang Chung Ching he most famous of China's ancient herbal doctors. He is known for his book, which was later divided into two parts: Shang Han Lun and Chin Kuei Yao Lueh [Jin Gui Yao Lue]

Chang Chung Ching he most famous of China's ancient herbal doctors. He is known for his book, which was later divided into two parts: Shang Han Lun and Chin Kuei Yao Lueh [Jin Gui Yao Lue]

Sun Simiao (581-682) was a prominent physician of the Tang Dynasty. He began to learn to read and write at 7 years old and liked commenting on the thoughts of Lao Zi,

Sun Simiao was a prominent physician of the Tang Dynasty. He began to learn to read and write at 7 years old and liked commenting on the thoughts of Lao Zi,

Huang Fu  lived to see the end of the latter Han Dynasty. He is famous for his skills in acupuncture therapy; he wrote the Zhenjiu Jiayi Jing (Systematic Classic of Acu-Moxa Therapy) which was the first treatise exclusively dealing with this subject

Huang Fu lived to see the end of the latter Han Dynasty. He is famous for his skills in acupuncture therapy; he wrote the Zhenjiu Jiayi Jing (Systematic Classic of Acu-Moxa Therapy) which was the first treatise exclusively dealing with this subject

Tsang-kung lived about 200 B.C., at the beginning of the early Han Dynasty period. He is famous for keeping clinical records and case histories, thus being able to develop the concept of prognosis based on prior experience

Tsang-kung lived about 200 B., at the beginning of the early Han Dynasty period. He is famous for keeping clinical records and case histories, thus being able to develop the concept of prognosis based on prior experience

Li Shizhen: "Stand hard work to extend life span"  Ming Dynasty is  famous for Bencao Gangmu, or Compendium of Materia Medica. He had very rich discussions concerning life cultivation with drugs and the diet, collected many dietary therapeutic methods. Li Shizhen advocated that senior citizens should reinforce and tonify primordial qi, regulate the spleen and stomach, sue prescriptions with warming and tonic actions to prolong life.

Li Shizhen: "Stand hard work to extend life span"

Lao Tze

Lao Tzu, author of the Tao Te Ching whose philosophies inspired the Taoist world view which in turn is the foundation philosophy of Tai Chi Chuan.

Sun Simiao

Sun Simiao

Li Shizhen (born 1518AD, died 1593 AD

Introduction to Li Shizhen, founder of traditional Chinese medicine. He is mainly known for publishing an encyclopedia of natural medicine called the Bencao Gangmu.

Ko Hung  the most famous alchemist of China. He strongly believed in the ability to transform anything and everything, given the proper procedure; that especially included transforming man from a mortal to an immortal being. He was a careful observer of nature;  provided detailed descriptions of serious diseases (such as smallpox and tuberculosis) and described formulas for treating serious medical situations in his Handbook of Prescriptions for Emergencies. Sun Ssu-mo was one of his…

Ge Hong was born in the Jurong Zhengjiang Jiangsu Provence in 284 CE. He was the grandnephew of Ge Xuan an initiate of the Daoist tradition of external alchemy, and one of the key founders of the Taiqing movement

Pien Ch'iao | ITM The most ancient of the physicians from the historical period (ca. 500 B.C.). He was reputed to be an excellent diagnostician, excelling in pulse taking and acupuncture therapy. He is ascribed the authorship of Bian Que Neijing (Internal Classic of Bian Que)

A brief description of the TCM Master, Bian Que. Discover why he's one of the founding fathers of TCM, and some of the interesting stories about his remarkable skills.

北京中医药数字博物馆英文版 The History of TCM

北京中医药数字博物馆英文版 The History of TCM

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