Tibetan medicine offers more concrete and deeper understanding of the structure of the human body. It can be seen as the most advanced among the medicines of traditional Chinese medicine of ethnic minority groups.
Tibetan medicine also believes that man has Wuzang and Liufu. Wuzang refers to the heart, liver, spleen, lungs and kidneys while Liufu refers to the large and small intestine, stomach, bladder, and gall Sanmuxiu.
For the physiological functions of Wuzang, Tibetan medicine once it has been assigned to various activities and necessities of life: the heart like a king, sitting on a throne in the middle of the chest, lung - as ministers or princes around the king, the liver and spleen, as the queen and the concubines of the king, under the king, but with a close relationship with him, the kidneys as the main beams of the house, without which the building could not survive, it also deals with the foreign relations of the state.
Liufu was described this way: Sanmuxiu-refers to the sperm ducts of the male or the ovaries of the woman, who is like the treasure of a country, equal to the stomach in the skillet home cooking used to treat food, small and large intestines work as servants of the queen, gall-like a leather bag, may contain important things, like the bladder, a water tank.
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