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Compendium of Chinese Medical Wisdom Vol 2

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Author: Xu Jingsheng;
Language: Chinese, English
Format: 26 x 18.6 x 1.6 cm
Page: 211
Publication Date: 08/2015
ISBN: 9787534977046
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Records of Medical History
Unusual Cases and Unconventional Treatements
Allegories Related to Medical Treatements
Table of Contents
医史记闻 Records of Medical History
医分四科
Doctors Divided into Four Specialized Fields
茹毛饮血
Eating Animal Flesh Raw and Drinking Its Blood
淫生六疾
Excess Leads to Six Diseases
钻木取火,以化腥臊
Drilling Wood for Fire to Remove the Offensive Smell
舞以导滞
To Inspire Activity and Boost Energy Through Dancing
乐调阴阳
Regulating the Yin Qi and Yang Qi with Music
神农尝百草
Shennong Tasting Various Herbs
祝由
Prayers as Cure
扁鹊“六不治”
Bian Ques “Six Incurables” Theory
缇萦救父
Tiying Saving Her Father
程姬之疾
Lady Chengs Sickness
相如消渴
Xiangru's Consumptive Thirst
酒爲百药之长
Liquor Is the Best Medicine
蜜煎通便
Processing Honey to Treat Constipation
五禽之戏
Wuqinxi (Five—animal Exercises)
华佗遇难
目 録
Contents
The Death of Hua Tuo
南阳菊潭
The Valley with Chamomile Water
同心连理
The Twins Who Shared One Heart
郭玉“四难”
Guo Yus Four Challenges
曹丕弈棋,毒杀曹彰
Cao Pi Poisoned Cao Zhang While Playing Chess
药祖桐君
Tong Jun, the Master of Medicinal Herbs
执柄者之恚
The Rage of the Power—holder
人有义声,卖药宋清
The Reputable Medicine Merchant, Song Qing
献方释罪
Sharing a Secret Formula to Atone for One's Crime
太子爲唐太宗吮痈
The Prince Sucking Pus for the Emperor
奇疾
Unusual Afflictions and Conditions
苏合香酒
Storax Wine
汤、散、丸药
Decoction, Powders and Pellets
汉代酿酒
Wine—making in the Han Dynasty
感冒
Origin of the Word for“Catching Cold”
岐黄论医
Qi Bo and the Yellow Emperor Discussing Medicine
嗜食槟榔
Areca—nut Addiction
梨酒
Pear Wine
朱丹溪“倒仓论”
The “Emptying the Barn” Theory
儒医不分
Confucianists and Chinese Doctors
酒辟雾瘴
Drinking Wine to Protect the Body from the Harm of Dampness
方之祖始于仲景
Zhongjing , the Father of TCM Formula
方之解始于成无己
The First Person Who Annotated Zhang's Formulas
外治调摄, 无日不在
The Ubiquitous External Treatments
医林改错
Correcting Errors in Medical Writings
奇方异案 Unusual Cases and Unconventional Treatments
华佗癒躄
Hua Tuo Cured a Cripple
寒水百灌
Taking One Hundred Cold Showers
蛴螬炙
Baked Insects
笔针破痈
Puncturing Carbuncle with a Calligraphy Brush
狄公针瘤
Treating Tumor with Acupuncture
治针道士
A Daoist Acupuncture Master
安常神针
The Miraculous Needle
嗜食竹鷄
Disastrous Diet Choice
啖梨癒风
Eating Pears as Medicine
红花薰蒸救産妇
Steaming Saffron Saves Life
掘土爲坎癒痿躄
A Life—saving Pit
螺利二便
River Snails Used as Purgative
儿寐不寤
A Baby Who Did Not Awake
喻嘉言一针救二命
One Needle Saving Two Lives
桐油滞解菱角积
Chinese Wood Oil Used to Promote Digestion
老医少卜
Best Fortune—tellers Are the Young Ones, and Best Doctors the Elderly
鸭涎巧癒螺梗喉
The Magical Effects of Duck Saliva
解叔谦藤酒疗亲
A Filial Son Seeking Treatment for His Mother
松萝茶解猪头
Usnea Tea Detoxifying Greasy Food
鹅血治噎
Goose Blood as Treatment for Choking
妙女变男结良缘
A Fake Lady's Legend
讽喻世情Allegories Related to Medical Treatments
不死之道
The Approach to Immortality
不死之药
The Medicine of Immortality
脐中纳李
Plums in the Belly Button
吞符致疾
The Disease of a Daoist Follower
三尸虫
Three Worms Inside Human Body
求伏神而得老芋
Mistaking Taros for Poria with Hostwood
速长良药
Formula for Rapid Growth
齐王赐药
The King of Qi Bestowing Medicine
唐婉之死
The Death of Tang Wan
刘邕嗜痂
Liu Yong's Addiction to Scabs
一目存誓
One Blind Eye for the Broken Promise
医缓治病
Doctor“Slow Cure”
讳疾杀医
Conceal One's Illness by Killing the Doctor
蜀贾卖药
Three Drug Dealers in Sichuan
秦医治病
The Qin Doctors' Approach to Illnesses
玄石好酒
Xuan Shi, the Alcoholic
瘿者自美
Seeing Swollen Necks as Normal
搔痒
Scratching the Itch
多忧
The Anxiety Syndrome
不死酒
The Wine of Immortality
病忘
Amnesia
艾子好饮
Aizi's Taste for Alcohol
洁疾
Mysophobia
弘霸尝秽
Hongba Tasting Feces
脚痛入邻
A Painful Foot Placed Next Door
黄须红须
Yellow Beard and Red Beard
女戎尤可畏
Beauty Is a Woman’s Weapon
庸医受匾
A Plaque to a Quack Doctor
受杖成瘾
Beating as Accidental Treatment
参考书目 Works Cited
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Tong Jun,the Master of Medicinal Herbs
Tao Hongjing of the Southern Dynasty once said, “King Shennong authored the book King Shen.nong's Classics of Herbal Medicine in remote antiquity.Lei Gong and Tong Jun supplemented the book and enlarged the selection of herbs recorded.” He also said,“According to King Shennong's Classics of Herbal Medicine and Tong Jun's Notes of Herbal Medicine, medicine can be divided into top, medium and low levels in terms of their quality.There are in total three hundred and sixty—five tastes in accordance with the days of a year, and the variation of qi of four seasons and eight periods.”
Xu Chunfu in the Ming Dynasty said,“Shao Shi and Tong Jun were officials for the Yellow Emperor.They could identify the tastes and characteristics of grass, trees, metal and stones.They could also evaluate the quality of herbal medicine, and determine their function as principal, facilitating or supplementary.They compiled the four volumes of Characteristics of Herbal Medicine, which depicted the flower, leaf, shape and color of herbs, compared different herbs with and against one another as well as treatment principles and proper methods.Their contributions will last forever.”
Compendium of Chinese Medical Wisdom Vol 2
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