Pearls Six-Week Wen Bing Live Webinar Course

 September 17, 2022 – November 26, 2022

 Online Webinar

 A$800 - Early Bird discount available

In view that Wen Bing as one of the four major classic literature subjects is not being taught at most Chinese Medicine Universities Overseas like Shang Han Lun,  Pearls of Wisdom Chinese Medicine  is delighted to  present a six-week three hour lecture course commencing 17th October 2022 ending 26th November 2022 by Dr. Greta Young Jie De.

Details of the Wen Bing Six-week Live Webinar Course:

Outline for the Six Weeks Wen Bing Course

By Dr. Greta Young Jie De (Ph.D)

 Lecture One: 17th September 2022  6-8pm

  • Introduction and History of Wen Bing
  • Difference between Shang Han and Wen Bing
  • Five Major Wen Bing Schools
  • Different Categories of Wen Bing: (1) Newly-contraction; (2) Latent pathogen
  • Feng Wen (wind warmth), Chun Wen (Spring Warmth), Shu Wen (Summer Warmth), Shi Wen (Damp-Warmth), Qiu Zao (Autumn Dryness), Fu Shu (Latent Summer heat Warmth) , Wen Du (Warm Toxin)
  • Major Treatment Strategies of Wen Bing

Lecture Two: 24th September  2022  Time: 6-8pm

  • Concept of Feng Wen
  • Aetiology and Pathogenesis of Feng Wen
  • Treatment of Feng Wen
  • Yin Qiao San
  • Sang Ju Yin
  • Sha Shen Mai Dong Tang
  • Venting Strategy: Application of Wind herbs
  • Concept of Jiao Yao 角药 (Corner herbs)
  • Jiao Yao for Feng Wen

Lecture Three: 8th October 2022  Time:7-9pm (Daylight saving)

  • Definition of Chun Wen
  • Aetiology and pathogenesis of Chun Wen
  • Clinical Application of Qing Ying Tang
  • Clinical Application of Xi Jiao Di Huang Tang
  • Five Purging Formulae in Wen Bing
  • Jiao Yao for Chun Wen

Lecture Four: 26th October 2022   Time 7-9pm (Daylight Saving)

  • Definition of Shi Wen (Damp Warmth)
  • Aetiology and pathogenesis of Shi Wen
  • Clinical Application of San Ren Tang
  • Clinical Application of Gan Lu Xiao Du Dan
  • Bai Hu Tang + Cang Zhu
  • Acrid Opening and Bitter Discharging
  • Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang, Xiao Xian Xiong Tang
  • Jiao Yao for Shi Wen

Lecture Five: 12th November 2022   Time: 7-9 pm (Daylight Saving)

  • Definition of Qiu Zao (Autumn Dryness)
  • Aetiology and pathogenesis of Qiu Zao
  • Clinical application of Sang Xing Tang
  • Clinical application of Qing Zao Jiu Fei Tang
  • Case Studies
  • Jiao Yao nominated for Qiu Zao

Lecture Six: 26th November 2022   Time: 7-9pm Daylight Saving

  • Definition of Fu Shu (Latent Summer Heat Warmth)
  • Aetiology and pathogenesis of Fu Shu
  • Clinical Application of Hao Qin Qing Dan Tang
  • Case Studies
  • Wen Bing Approach and Treatment Strategy of COVID

Learning Outcome:

  • You will have a comprehensive understanding of the key treatment strategies of Wen Bing and how some of the Wen Bing formulae can be used to treat many internal diseases.
  • You will have a full comprehensive of how Wen Bing diagnosis differs from the Six Channels Pattern Identifications in Shang Han.
  • An introduction of the Clinical application of Jiao Yao 角药
  • How to apply the wind herbs to enhance your Treatment outcome
  • The application of purging formulae in Wen Bing to comply with the clinical approach of “Never purge too early with warm diseases”.

Concept of the Jiao Yao or Corner Herbs

The definition of “Jiao Yao 角药“ is the combination of three herbs in a group such as Ma Huang, Lian Qiao and Chi Xiao Dou” or “Huang Lian, Wu Zhu Yu and Shi Hu”. The concept is based on [Dao De Jing: Chapter 42]: said: “The Tao produced One;One produced Two;Two produced Three;Three produced All things.” This literally means that there is a formation of a three-legged condition like a triangle implying the relationships of the three herbs have an effect of being opposite with simultaneous unification creating a condition whereby the outcome is being both opposite and complementary. This means that Yin and yang elements are both opposites and at the same time unified suggesting that apart from yin and yang, there is a condition of combined yin and yang. In accordance to the eight guiding principles, all the elements are not totally opposite ie heat and cold per se and clinically there can be a complex heat and cold ; thus a heat pattern can incorporate cold and vice versa. Conversely, an excess pattern can be a complex excess and deficiency pattern. For example, the stagnation of blood stasis may impede the engendering of new blood and creating a deficient pattern.  Another example of qi deficiency may affect the circulation of blood and water movement.

Clinically, Jiao Yao can be divided into four categories: (1) Complementary; (2) Simultaneous treatment of multiple aetiology; (3) Combination of opposite herbs; (4) Adjuvant correction. An example of the Adjuvant correction herbs are: Huang Qi and Dang Gui are both tonifying and warm  herbs and are not appropriate for patient suffering from deficiency of qi and blood with deficient heat. Therefore,  Zhi Mu is added in the group to negate the warm properties of Huang Qi and Dang Gui.

CPD points : 18

Cost for the six-live lectures with Playback:

Full Registration: A$800  Early Bird: $720  on or before 10th August 2022

Student : A$600;  Early Bird on or before 10th August A$480

 

Playback   is available for each of the six lectures for practitioners who are unable to attend the live webinar. In order to gain the CPD points, the playback prerequisite is to submit the quiz of the associated lecture to Pearls Chinese Medicine.

Alternatively  if paid individually : A$145 full registration for one lecture ; Early Bird $130 if paid on or before 10th August 2022

There will be a surcharge of 4 percent if paid by PayPal.

 

Registration

About Dr Greta Young Jie De

Greta Young Jie De is a registered Chinese Medicine practitioner with the Chinese Medicine Registration Board Australia, with a focus on the treatment of emotional disorders using Chinese medicine. She is an expert in the classic literature of Chinese… Read more