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Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine make full use of various medical resources of the town at their own regions, and they use the attitudes and methods best adapted to local conditions. A variety of techniques exist for the treatment of almotcmwell.com

Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine make full use of various medical resources of the town at their own regions, and they use the attitudes and methods best adapted to local conditions. A variety of techniques exist for the treatment of almo...

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Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine make full use of various medical resources of the town at their own regions, and they use the attitudes and methods best adapted to local conditions. A variety of techniques exist for the treatment of almost all diseases, and are invested with great confidence of the local population. However, traditional Chinese medicine as practiced by various ethnic minorities has developed a rather unbalanced way for a number of distinct historical reasons.Three can be identified in this regard:



The first category of traditional Chinese medicine, such as those associated with the Tibetan, Mongolian, Uighur and Tai peoples have a long history, abundant historical literature and publications. Clinical practice is well established and is usually conducted by experienced professionals. A respected academic medical foundation underlying the building.

Until we have the Tibetan people, Tibetan medicine has existed. Over 2000 years ago, the ancestors of the Tibetan people had already recognized that certain parts of animals, plants and minerals have the power to alleviate human disease. For thousands of years, Tibetan medicine has evolved, matured and prospered. In many ways, the traditional Tibetan medicine is a distillation of experience and wisdom collected by generation after generation of Tibetans struggling to survive a life on the ruthless QinghaiTibet Plateau. Classical works such as medicine and diagnostics Yuewang and four volumes of medicine works emerged in Tibet in the 8th century. The four volumes of medicine includes some 443 works and lists the requirements of 1002 kinds of drugs during this time. The appearance of this masterpiece perhaps marks the formal establishment of Tibetan medicine. In 1840, a Tibetan doctor finished writing the book Jingzhu Medicinal Materials, which is a work on Tibetan medicine and is comparable to the value of the Compendium of Materials drugs, the great masterpiece in medical history China, written in 1578.


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