Traditional Chinese Medicine Vancouver
Medicines that guide the collection, processing, and preparation of traditional Chinese medicine, explain the mechanism of action, and guide clinical application are collectively referred to as traditional Chinese medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine can effectively treat new coronary pneumonia.
In short, traditional Chinese medicine refers to substances that are used to prevent, treat, diagnose diseases and have rehabilitation and health care under the guidance of traditional Chinese medicine theory. Traditional Chinese medicine mainly comes from natural medicine and its processed products, including botanical medicine, animal medicine, mineral medicine, and some chemical and biological products. Since Chinese medicines are mostly botanicals, there is a saying that “all medicines are based on herbs”.
The origin and authentic medicinal materials of traditional Chinese medicine
The distribution and production of natural medicinal materials are inseparable from certain natural conditions. The production of various medicinal materials, regardless of variety, yield and quality, has certain regional characteristics. Therefore, physicians have attached great importance to authentic medicinal materials since ancient times. The so-called authentic medicinal materials, also known as authentic medicinal materials, is a special term for high-quality pure medicinal materials. Such as angelica from Gansu, wolfberry from Ningxia, rhubarb from Qinghai, astragalus from Inner Mongolia, ginseng, Asarum, Schisandra from Northeast China, Codonopsis from Shanxi, Rehmannia glutinosa, Achyranthes, yam, chrysanthemum from Henan, etc.
Collection of traditional Chinese medicine
The harvest time and method of traditional Chinese medicine are closely related to ensuring the quality of the medicine. Because animals and plants have different effective and harmful ingredients in their medicinal parts in different periods of their growth and development, the efficacy and toxic and side effects of drugs are often quite different, so the harvesting of medicinal materials must be collected at the appropriate time.
Before the drug is applied or made into various dosage forms, the necessary processing is performed according to the needs of medical treatment, preparation and preparation. Commonly used concocting methods include repair, water , fire , and water and fire. The purpose of processing is to purify the medicinal materials, ensure the quality, sort the medicines, and distinguish the grades; cut the decoction pieces to facilitate the preparation of preparations; dry the medicinal materials, which is convenient for storage; function, improve clinical efficacy; change drug properties, expand the scope of application. Introducing the medicine into the meridian, which is convenient for targeted medication.
Theory of medicinal properties
The reason why drugs can be aimed at the disease is because each drug itself has several characteristics and effects. The predecessors called it the bias of the drug, and the properties and performance related to the curative effect of the drug were collectively referred to as the drug property. The material basis and the role reflected in the treatment process. It is a high-level summary of the properties and functions of drugs. The theory that studies the mechanism of the formation of medicinal properties and its application rules is called medicinal property theory.
The four different medicinal properties of cold, hot, warm and cool are called the four properties. It reflects the tendency of the drug to act on the rise and fall of yin and yang, and the change of cold and heat in the human body, and is one of the main theoretical bases for explaining the effect of the drug. It is summed up by the different reactions of drugs acting on the human body and the different therapeutic effects obtained, and it is relative to the nature of the disease being treated.
Five flavors refer to the five different flavors of sour, bitter, sweet, pungent, and salty medicines, and thus have different therapeutic effects. The generation of five flavors is firstly identified by taste, that is, with human sense organs, and it is a reflection of the true taste of drugs. But it is not only a true reflection of the taste of the drug, but also a high-level summary of the effect of the drug.
Lifting and sinking
Lifting, floating and sinking are the different tendencies of the action of drugs on the human body. Relative to the tendency of the disease. The factors that affect the ups and downs of medicines are mainly closely related to the four qi and five flavors, the weight of the medicines, and are affected by processing and compatibility.
Return to the classics
Meridian return refers to the selective effect of a drug on a certain part of the body, that is, a drug has a special affinity for certain zang-fu meridians, and thus plays a major or special therapeutic role in the pathological changes of these parts. Its therapeutic effect is also different. Guijing specifies the scope of application of medicines to treat diseases, that is to say, the effect of medicines is clear, and the concept of qualitative positioning of medicines is included. It is inseparable from the body factors, namely the physiological characteristics of the zang-fu meridians, the accumulation of clinical experience, the continuous development and improvement of the theoretical system of TCM syndrome differentiation, and the characteristics of the medicine itself.
In ancient times, poison was often regarded as a general term for all drugs. Drug toxicity has a wider meaning. Toxicity is the bias of drugs. It is generally believed that toxicity refers to the adverse effects and damage of drugs on the body. Including acute toxicity, subacute toxicity, subchronic toxicity, chronic toxicity and special toxicity such as carcinogenicity, mutagenesis, teratogenicity, addiction, etc. The side effects of traditional Chinese medicine are different from the toxic effects. Side effects refer to the unpleasant reactions that are not related to the treatment needs at the usual doses, which are generally mild and not harmful to the body, and can disappear on their own after stopping the drug.
The dose of traditional Chinese medicine refers to the amount in clinical application. It mainly specifies the adult daily amount of each medicine. The vast majority of traditional Chinese medicines are derived from crude drugs, and the safe dosage range is relatively large. If the dose is too small, it will not have a therapeutic effect and will delay the disease; if the dose is too large, it will damage the righteousness, and may also cause adverse consequences or cause unnecessary waste.
It mainly refers to the decoction of decoction and the taking method of different dosage forms.
- Decoction Decoction Decoction is one of the most commonly used formulations of traditional Chinese medicine. The production of decoction has certain requirements on frying utensils, water, heat and cooking method. The casserole and crock pot are the best utensils for decoction, followed by enamel pots, and copper iron pots should not be used to avoid chemical changes and affect the curative effect. Decoction heat can be divided into slow fire and martial fire. Decoction heat and time, to be determined according to the potential properties. Some medicines have different decoction methods because of their different textures, which are marked on the prescription. There are different decoction methods, such as decoction first, then lowering, wrapping, decoction separately, dissolving, soaking, brewing, decoction instead of water, etc.
- Medication method: Medication time decoction is generally 1 dose a day, decocted 2 times and divided into serving, and the interval between two times is about 4 to 6 hours. Medication method Decoction should generally be taken warm. The pills with small granules can be taken directly with warm boiled water; the large honey pills can be divided into small ones and swallowed; if the water pills are hard, they can be dissolved in boiling water and taken. Powders and powders can be mixed with honey for delivery, or swallowed in capsules to avoid direct swallowing and irritation of the throat. The ointment should be taken with boiling water, avoid swallowing directly into the mouth, so as to avoid sticking to the throat and causing vomiting. The granules should be taken with boiling water; the syrups can be swallowed directly. In addition, there is the nasal servo method.
Name of TCM
Named because of the outstanding efficacy of the drug, such as Motherwort, which is good at promoting blood circulation and regulating menstruation. It is mainly used for women’s blood stagnation, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, irregular menstruation, postpartum stasis and abdominal pain, etc. It is an essential medicine for gynecological labor; Wind evil, treats wind diseases.
Chinese medicinal materials are named because of their medicinal parts. The sources of Chinese medicinal materials are wide, including plants, animals, minerals, etc. The medicinal parts of plants and animals are different, and the medicinal parts are named after the medicinal parts, which is one of the common naming methods of traditional Chinese medicine. In botanical medicine, reed root and cogongrass root are used as medicine; neem root bark and mulberry root white bark are used as medicine by root bark; mulberry leaf, Daqingye, Suye and other leaves are used as medicine.
Named because of the place of origin China has a vast territory, and the natural and geographical conditions are very complex. The ecological environment such as water and soil, climate, sunshine, and biological distribution are not exactly the same everywhere, and even the north and south are very different, and the differences are very large. Therefore, the production of various medicinal materials has a certain regionality in terms of yield and quality, so medical scientists have attached great importance to “authentic medicinal materials” since ancient times. For example, Coptidis, Cortex Phellodendri, and Suduan are the best ones produced in Sichuan, so they are called Chuan Huanglian, Chuan Huangbai, and Chuan Duan; orange peels are best produced in Xinhui, Guangdong, so they are called Xinhuipi and Guangchenpi; Poria is produced in Yunnan. The best, hence the name Yunling