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Articles on Jing Fang

  1. An Interpretation of Half Exterior and Half Interior

    The concept of half exterior and half interior constitutes an important Jing Fang philosophy. The half exterior and half interior yang pattern is Shao Yang disease while the half exterior half interior yin pattern is associated with Jue Yin diseases. Relevant treatment of disorder of the half exterior and half interior is “harmonizing” strategy. As... more »

  2. Clinical Observation of the Treatment of Modern Difficult-to-treat Diseases

    Professor Zhang Wen Xuan

    Two important methodologies in the diagnosis and pattern identification of Chinese Medicine: By using the disease as guiding principle and then apply the appropriate or relevant formula to treat the disease. For example the principle treatment strategy of hypertension based on TCM pattern identification is liver and kidney yin deficiency with hyperactive liver yang and... more »

  3. What is Jing Fang?

    The theory and philosophy of Jing Fang is first recorded in Han Shu: Yi Wen Zhi (The book of Han: Annals of Dynastic Literature). The contemporary Shang Han specialist Professor Hu Xi Shu dedicated a lifetime of research into the practical application of Jing Fang theory. In additions to pattern identification according to the Six... more »

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Treatment of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease with Chinese Medicine

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Clinical Observation of the Treatment of Modern Difficult-to-treat Diseases

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Two important methodologies in the diagnosis and pattern identification of Chinese Medicine: By using the disease as guiding principle... more »

Professor Xu Xin’s Clinical Experience in the Treatment of Premature Ovarian Failure

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Premature Ovarian Failure (POF) is the loss of ovarian function before the age of 40. From the Chinese... more »