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Professor Xu Xin

Health World Chinese Medicine Pearls Seminar/webinar 2014

Once again our Pearls Chinese Medicine Annual Seminar presented in Melbourne at VU on July 5th & 6th and in Sydney at UTS on July 12th & 13th was a resounding success. This annual event was very well supported with more than 160 attendees in Me… Read more »


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An Invitation to join the World Federation of External Treatment of Cancer Membership

At the request of Professor Li Zhong, the renowned Chinese Medicine oncologist, this is an invitation for you to become a member of the above association to promote the scientific development of Chinese medicine globally. Once you click the link, pleas… Read more »


Pearls Wen Bing Series #5 Webinar 16~17th August 2014

Series #5 is focused on the Wen Bing pattern of Autumn Dryness or Qiu Zao, mainly associated with upper respiratory tract infection characterised by dryness and fluid depletion. This webinar will enable you to apply the principal formulas of Wen Bing with confidence and accuracy in order to bring greater efficacy to your clinical treatments.


Wen Bing Series #4 – Latent Pathogens in Auto Immune Disorders

This new Pearls series explains how Wen Bing theory has significant clinical relevance not only for febrile disease, but also for non-febrile disease. You will learn how to use Wen Bing formulas, and the principles, so that you can produce effective results in both common and uncommon conditions, including auto- immune disease.


Jason C Blalack

Writing Precise Prescriptions with Qin Bo-Wei’s 56 Methods – Ongoing Webinar Course

Pearls of Wisdom Seminars is proud to present a webinar course in Qin Bo-Wei’s New Guideline for Treatment, with Jason Blalack. Qin Bo Wei was one of the most important Scholar-Physicians of the 20th Century, and a major contributor to the synthesis that became modern TCM.


Professor Xu Xin

Health World Pearls 2014: Infertility and Gynaecological Disorders

The Clinical Experience of Professor Xu Xin: Infertility & Gynaecological Disorders. Chinese Medicine Management of: Infertility & Ovulatory dysfunction (Day One), Luteal phase defect, Unruptured follicle syndrome, Premature ovarian failure (Day Two), PID & Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome


Wen Bing Series #3 – Damp & Heat Disorders

The 3rd webinar focuses on conditions associated with damp, whether associated with heat or not. A deeper knowledge of this area in Wen Bing treatment strategies will make possible effective treatment of gastro-intestinal conditions such as dysentery, hepatitis, Crohn’s disease, eczema, and gastritis – and also rheumatic bi syndrome conditions.


Wen Bing Series #2 – Blood Cooling & Stasis Bind

This is the second in a series of 5 weekend webinars discussing Wen Bing theory and formula patterns and their practical application in the treatment of contemporary diseases. This weekend lecture will not only give you a comprehensive understanding of Chun Wen (spring warmth) but will enable you to apply the principal formulas with confidence and accuracy in order to bring greater efficacy to your clinical treatments


Wen Bing Series #1 – Upper Respiratory Tract: Wind Warmth & Spring Warmth

The first lecture will not only give you a comprehensive understanding of Feng Wen and Chun Wen but will enable you to apply the principal formulas with confidence and accuracy in order to bring greater efficacy to your clinical treatments and include: Paediatric cough related to an exterior pattern Application of the latent pathogen theory in the treatment of auto-immune disease Using Ye Tian Shi’s treatment strategy to address stasis and heat bind Treatment of skin diseases using Wen Bing theory


Pearls Wen Bing Series – Free Introductory CPD Webinar

What you may have learnt at uni about the Wen Bing school barely scratches the surface. This introductory talk will change many people’s conceptions about what they think they know about the History and Development of the Wen Bing school, and the webinar series will open new doors to clinical efficacy.