We wish to draw your attention to our Chen Ming’s Jing Fang Special Offer Bundle – 3x Professor Chen Ming’s Jing Fang seminars for Pearls of Wisdom (2017, 2018, 2019).
Professor Chen Ming 陈明教授 is a Jing Fang practitioner with many years of clinical experience. He adopts an unique approach by combining the theories of Shang Han Lun, Jin Gui Yao Lue, Wen Bing and Nei Jing to treat many contemporary diseases. Apart from his rich clinical experience he is a popular lecturer at the Beijing University and has been nominated as one of the “Ten most popular and Beloved teachers” at the university. Professor Chen studied under the renowned Shang Han specialist Professor Liu Du Zhou and is involved in the research of “Academic Theory of Zhang Zhong Jing”. For practitioners who embrace the theory of Jing Fang, this is a MUST.
We are pleased to offer a free sample from each of the seminars. Just click on the links below.
2017 Pearls Chinese Medicine Seminar
Theory behind the “Lifting the Lid Off the Teapot” is a strategy to diffuse the lung qi in the upper jiao so as to achieve the freeing of urination in the lower jiao. This is because the lung’s function is to regulate the waterway. Indications for this strategy are Long Bi, prostate hypertrophy, oedema, strangury, constipation etc.
Please enjoy this free highlight from the 2017 Seminar on the use of Ma Huang Tang and the Strategy of Lifting the Lid Off the Teapot
2018 Pearls Chinese Medicine Seminar
Professor Chen Ming cited that Xiao Jian Zhong Tang can be used to treat heart palpitations due to : “Shang han for two or three days, if there are palpitations in the heart and vexation, Xiao Jian Zhong Tang governs.”
Please enjoy this free highlight from the 2018 Seminar on the explanation of Xiao Jian Zhong Tang for treatment of heart palpitations based on [Clause 102] in Shang Han Lun
2019 Pearls Live Educational Webinar
Professor Chen Ming explained that Ma Xing Gan Shi Tang is indicated for a pattern that is neither Tai Yang or Yang Ming, it is a disorder between the two channels. For Tai Yang pattern, Gui Zhi Tang is indicated while for Yang Ming pattern, there should be big fever. Having said that, this does not mean that Ma Xing Gan Shi Tang cannot be used for patient characterised by fever. This is because Shi Gao is very effective to reduce fever.
Please enjoy this free highlight from the 2019 Seminar on the explanation on the pathogenesis and clinical application of Ma Xing Gan Shi Tang based on [Clause 28] and [Clause 162} in Shang Han Lun
The original price for these three seminar recordings was A$1050 but they are now available as a bundle for only A$650 which is a discount of 38%.