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Huangdi Neijing, also known as Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, has played a pivotal role in traditional Chinese medical education for about two thousand years. The first part of Neijing which is called Suwen — Basic Questions or Essential Questions — covers the theoretical foundation of Chinese medicine as well as disease diagnosis and treatment. There are 81 chapters in a question-and-answer format between the mythical Yellow Emperor and his ministers. This translated book is based on the Chinese version annotated and edited by Jinghua Fu and his team, published by China Renmin University Press in 2010.

Contents:
  • The Art of Health Cultivation in Ancient Times
  • Great Theory on Spirit Regulation in Four Seasons
  • Generative Qi Communicating with Nature
  • Distinctive Words in the Golden Chest
  • Great Theory on Yin–Yang Corresponding to Nature
  • Separation and Combination of Yin and Yang
  • Distinctive Theory on Yin and Yang
  • Secret Cannon Stored in Numinous Orchid Chamber
  • Six-Sixty System and Visceral Manifestations
  • Comprehensive Generation of Five Solid Viscera
  • Additional Theory on Five Solid Viscera
  • Proper Therapies for Different Diseases Geographically
  • Transferring Essence and Changing Qi
  • Thin and Thick Medical Wine
  • Fundamental Theory Inscribed in Jade
  • Diagnostic Essentials and Manifestations of Twelve-Meridian Exhaustion
  • Diagnosis for Pulse-Taking and Pulse Subtlety
  • Pulse-Qi Conditions of Healthy Person
  • Vital Theory on Critical Visceral Pulses Inscribed in Jade
  • Three Regions and Nine Positions of Pulse
  • Distinctive Theory on Meridians and Diseased Pulses
  • Transference of Solid Visceral Qi Following Regularity of Four Seasons
  • Clarification of Five-Visceral Qi
  • Blood, Qi, Body and Emotions
  • Cherishing the Life and Guarding the Body
  • Eight Solar Terms and Medical Perspective
  • Separation and Combination of Genuine Qi and Evil Qi
  • Comprehensive Theory on Deficiency and Excess
  • Taiyin and Yangming Meridians
  • Explanation on Yangming Meridian
  • Heat-Disease
  • Treatment of Heat Disease with Acupuncture
  • Commentary on Heat Disease
  • Disharmony of Diseases
  • On Malaria
  • Theory on Acupuncture for Malaria
  • Qi Reversal
  • Cough
  • Listing and Analyzing Pain-Disease
  • Abdominal Disorders
  • Treatment of Lumbago with Acupuncture
  • Wind Evil
  • Impediment Syndrome
  • Flaccidity Syndrome
  • Reversal Syndrome
  • Manifestations of Seven Diseases
  • Uncommon Diseases
  • Extraordinary Diseases
  • Explanations of Twelve-Meridian
  • Keys of Needling
  • Restrictions of Needling
  • Contraindications of Acupuncture
  • Notes of Needling
  • Explanation of Needling
  • Extension of Needling Manipulation
  • Skin Regions
  • Meridians and Collaterals
  • Qi-Acupoint
  • Qi-House
  • Bony Foramen
  • The Acupoints for Water-Disease and Heat-Disease
  • Regulation of Meridians
  • Contralateral Needling
  • Needling for Reversing or Complying with the Changes in Four Seasons
  • Branch–Root and Transmission of Diseases
  • Great Theory on Law of Primordial Qi in Nature
  • Great Theory on Movement of Five Phases
  • Great Theory on Movement of Six-Qi
  • Great Theory on Shifting and Interaction of Qi
  • Great Theory on Routine Functions of Five Phases
  • Great Theory on Normality of Six-Qi
  • Acupuncture Therapy for Abnormal Qi-Phase
  • Root of Diseases
  • Great Theory on Crucial Principles
  • Elucidation of Perfect Teaching
  • Administration of Reasonable Analysis
  • Listing and Analysis of Five Diagnostic Errors
  • Precautions for Four Diagnostic Faults
  • Categorization of Yin and Yang
  • Measurement of Exuberance and Exhaustion
  • Explanation of Subtleties of Essence
  • Appendix A: Acupuncture Therapy for Abnormal Qi-Phase
  • Appendix B: Root of Diseases

Readership: Medical practitioners who use alternative medicine or are interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine.Chinese Medicine;Healthcare;Huang Di's Innner Classic;Yin and Yang00

Huangdi Neijing, also known as Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, has played a pivotal role in traditional Chinese medical education for about two thousand years. The first part of Neijing which is called Suwen — Basic Questions or Essential Questions — covers the theoretical foundation of Chinese medicine as well as disease diagnosis and treatment. There are 81 chapters in a question-and-answer format between the mythical Yellow Emperor and his ministers. This translated book is based on the Chinese version annotated and edited by Jinghua Fu and his team, published by China Renmin University Press in 2010.

Contents:
  • The Art of Health Cultivation in Ancient Times
  • Great Theory on Spirit Regulation in Four Seasons
  • Generative Qi Communicating with Nature
  • Distinctive Words in the Golden Chest
  • Great Theory on Yin–Yang Corresponding to Nature
  • Separation and Combination of Yin and Yang
  • Distinctive Theory on Yin and Yang
  • Secret Cannon Stored in Numinous Orchid Chamber
  • Six-Sixty System and Visceral Manifestations
  • Comprehensive Generation of Five Solid Viscera
  • Additional Theory on Five Solid Viscera
  • Proper Therapies for Different Diseases Geographically
  • Transferring Essence and Changing Qi
  • Thin and Thick Medical Wine
  • Fundamental Theory Inscribed in Jade
  • Diagnostic Essentials and Manifestations of Twelve-Meridian Exhaustion
  • Diagnosis for Pulse-Taking and Pulse Subtlety
  • Pulse-Qi Conditions of Healthy Person
  • Vital Theory on Critical Visceral Pulses Inscribed in Jade
  • Three Regions and Nine Positions of Pulse
  • Distinctive Theory on Meridians and Diseased Pulses
  • Transference of Solid Visceral Qi Following Regularity of Four Seasons
  • Clarification of Five-Visceral Qi
  • Blood, Qi, Body and Emotions
  • Cherishing the Life and Guarding the Body
  • Eight Solar Terms and Medical Perspective
  • Separation and Combination of Genuine Qi and Evil Qi
  • Comprehensive Theory on Deficiency and Excess
  • Taiyin and Yangming Meridians
  • Explanation on Yangming Meridian
  • Heat-Disease
  • Treatment of Heat Disease with Acupuncture
  • Commentary on Heat Disease
  • Disharmony of Diseases
  • On Malaria
  • Theory on Acupuncture for Malaria
  • Qi Reversal
  • Cough
  • Listing and Analyzing Pain-Disease
  • Abdominal Disorders
  • Treatment of Lumbago with Acupuncture
  • Wind Evil
  • Impediment Syndrome
  • Flaccidity Syndrome
  • Reversal Syndrome
  • Manifestations of Seven Diseases
  • Uncommon Diseases
  • Extraordinary Diseases
  • Explanations of Twelve-Meridian
  • Keys of Needling
  • Restrictions of Needling
  • Contraindications of Acupuncture
  • Notes of Needling
  • Explanation of Needling
  • Extension of Needling Manipulation
  • Skin Regions
  • Meridians and Collaterals
  • Qi-Acupoint
  • Qi-House
  • Bony Foramen
  • The Acupoints for Water-Disease and Heat-Disease
  • Regulation of Meridians
  • Contralateral Needling
  • Needling for Reversing or Complying with the Changes in Four Seasons
  • Branch–Root and Transmission of Diseases
  • Great Theory on Law of Primordial Qi in Nature
  • Great Theory on Movement of Five Phases
  • Great Theory on Movement of Six-Qi
  • Great Theory on Shifting and Interaction of Qi
  • Great Theory on Routine Functions of Five Phases
  • Great Theory on Normality of Six-Qi
  • Acupuncture Therapy for Abnormal Qi-Phase
  • Root of Diseases
  • Great Theory on Crucial Principles
  • Elucidation of Perfect Teaching
  • Administration of Reasonable Analysis
  • Listing and Analysis of Five Diagnostic Errors
  • Precautions for Four Diagnostic Faults
  • Categorization of Yin and Yang
  • Measurement of Exuberance and Exhaustion
  • Explanation of Subtleties of Essence
  • Appendix A: Acupuncture Therapy for Abnormal Qi-Phase
  • Appendix B: Root of Diseases

Readership: Medical practitioners who use alternative medicine or are interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine.Chinese Medicine;Healthcare;Huang Di's Innner Classic;Yin and Yang00


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