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Chinese Medicine

Transcript: There is reason to believe the practice dates from as early as 3000 B.C.; the earliest record of cupping is in the Ebers Papyrus, one of the oldest medical textbooks in the world, describes that in 1550 B.C. Egyptians used cupping. Archaeologists have found evidence in China of cupping dating back to 1000 B.C. In ancient Greece, Hippocrates (c. 400 B.C.) used cupping for internal disease and structural problems. This method in multiple forms spread into medicine throughout Asian and European civilizations. Traditional Chinese religion attributes the introduction of acupuncture to the god Shennong. One explanation is that Han Chinese doctors observed that some soldiers wounded in battle by arrows were believed to have been cured of chronic afflictions that were otherwise untreated, and there are variations on this idea. Fire cupping (Báhuǒguàn) Ginseng (Cān) Chinese Medicine Wolfberry is grown in the Far East and is grown from shrubs with long vines. The shrubs are covered with small trumpet-shaped flowers, which turn into small, bright red berries. The berries are usually fresh and sometimes used when dried. Ginger (Jiāng) Acupuncture (Zhēn cì) Wolfberry (Gui qi) Ginger is a herb and a spice that is used in Chinese cuisine. There are four main kinds of preparations in Chinese herbology: fresh ginger, dried ginger, roasted ginger, and ginger charcoal, all made of the rhizomes. The use of ginseng is well over two thousand years old in Chinese medicine. Wild ginseng is rare and commands the highest prices on the market. Red Panax ginseng is the most popular form of ginseng. Ginseng comes in two kinds, red and white. The color of the ginseng depends on how it is processed. White ginseng is unprocessed and dries naturally. Red ginseng is processed with steam and is believed to be more effective.

Chinese Medicine

Transcript: Acupuncture my Big Question: How was medicine developed in ancient china? china was one of the first countries to have a medical culture. the chinese medical culture has a history of 5,000 years and has formed a deep and immerse knowledge of medical science, diagnostic methods, and cures. Chinese Medicine Chinese medicine is a medical system that has diagnosed, treated and prevented sickness and illness for over 23 centuries. In the history of chinese medicine, dating back centuries, primitive chinese people spent most of the leisure time on basic survival skills hunting, locating and preparing food, shelter and defending themselves and it was trial and error that they discovered plants and food had an effect on illnesses which were poisonous. Fire also played an important part as the ancestors discovered the healing powers of heat. Heat was an immediate cure from illnesses. They discovered a natural reaction to pain is to press or rub the affected area or to apply heat. Early ages of chinese medicine dates back approximate 3000 years ago. chinese medicine was 1st recorded around the times of the 3 kingdoms dynasty. China was one of the first countries to have a medical culture. The Chinese medical culture has a history of 5,000 years and has formed a deep and immerse knowledge of medical science, diagnostic methods and cures. Chinese Medicine was 1st recorded around the times of the 3 kingdoms Dynasty Chinese acupuncture Acupuncture involves placing very fine needles into certain places on the skin. Acupuncture was originally from China. Acupuncture, an important and unique part of traditional chinese medicine, it has played a major role in the health care of the chinese people, occupying a significant place in the history of chinese medicine. Acupuncture can prevent many different health problems. In conclusion chinese medicine is one of the oldest medical systems in the world chinese medicine creates control over personal health care and treatment of medical condition helping save many life's. C conclusion Thank you for watching introduction

Chinese Medicine

Transcript: Thin needles stuck into points in the body Acupuncture points (acupoints) all over the body. Relieves tension. Body is treated by rebalancing the yin, the yang and "qi" (life energy). Any questions? Thank you for listening!!! http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/fintastique/fintastique0612/fintastique061200010/647858-close-up-of-dried-fish-at-chinese-market.jpg moon Conclusion http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=dried+seahorses&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=cwNsHqPn-aNEWM&tbnid=sApKka584KO1RM:&ved=&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwtfplanet.com%2F2012-08-26%2Fperu-police-seize-dried-seahorses-9162&ei=acEMUe8Q55iIB53HgaAK&psig=AFQjCNH2H9Clf0jNIFfNB_Ctg2judnjrdg&ust=1359876841448558 sun upward Using Moxa (mugwort) Mugwort is a herb aged and ground to fluff Cigar or acupuncture needles. moist Acupuncture Fire Cup http://cdn.tcmwiki.com/image/c/post-cupping/fire-cupping-method.jpg The QI Western uses drugs, chinese tea is made of plants and nature. Chinese goal: restore the balance of the body, western goal: remove symptoms with similar symptoms. The whole body coordinates in China, in western civilization, scientific knowledge such as DNA, germs... Seahorses In the traditional chinese medicine: "life energy" in the body. Meridians Yin and yang symbol for balance Acupuncture downward Chinese herbal tea Mugwort http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=mugwort+herb&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=9NjaAtTIcJGLgM&tbnid=PhNEK5RvT0KgFM:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.incensewarehouse.com%2FMugwort-Herb-cut-sifted_p_2094.html&ei=IDgOUaqMJsSriAe7woDgCA&bvm=bv.41867550,d.aGc&psig=AFQjCNHdprCX2xq0oWSVWu1uENT9zscftg&ust=1359972766084136 yang Boost health of human bodies Heal or prevent illness dried flowers, leaves, seeds or roots, and grains Sea cucumbers hot http://denverlibrary.org/files/tai%20chi1.jpg cold Fire Cupping http://www.diytrade.com/china/pd/2404535/Dried_sea_cucumber.html#normal_img female Salted dried fish http://www.discovertcm.com.au/images/acupuncture.jpg http://www.dreamstime.com/register?jump_to=http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-image-dried-seahorses-image23891911 http://www.google.com/imgres?q=moxibustion&um=1&hl=en&sa=X&tbo=d&authuser=0&biw=1280&bih=738&tbm=isch&tbnid=oDeGv5D1RDXzSM:&imgrefurl=http://www.northhoustonacupuncture.com/services/moxibustion/&docid=-cAwv2lJzRZsIM&imgurl=http://www.northhoustonacupuncture.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/moxibustion.jpg&w=244&h=339&ei=yzcOUfc70bOJB9q1gagG&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,r:12,s:0,i:131 Chinese medicine and well being Tai Chi Herbs Cotton ball dipped in a 50% alcohol and is lit, then inserted in the cup for a second. Can help treat breathing diseases (bronchitis, pneumonia...) Acupuncture, fire cupping, dried herbs and animals, tai chi and moxibustion... http://www.topchinatravel.com/pic/china-guide/medicine/chinese-medicine-24.jpg outside Thank you for listening!!! Chinese dried herbology and animals yin Martial art Health and defense Slow and then quick! Moxibustion damp http://images.skymall.com/images/products/fd/15/06/102104461gx2.jpg http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=http://www.hughsacupuncture.com/img/herbs.jpg&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=abNqvPL1Ae7xFM&tbnid=HISuAjiWb6bktM:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.hughsacupuncture.com%2Fchinese-herbs.html&ei=RDgOUarRAoahiAeJzID4Dw&bvm=bv.41867550,d.aGc&psig=AFQjCNH2-m3i3u7MZ8lry6j3WEQ1YylqPQ&ust=1359972235237051 http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=moxibustion&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=olwZVt6a7HGI4M&tbnid=9wwyHMeotmi10M:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.patriciakowal.com.au%2Fmoxibustion.html&ei=zjcOUYSoDKqQiAfT64DQAg&bvm=bv.41867550,d.aGc&psig=AFQjCNHA8KX4-6ZOM-ZzqPsTLTPArUV6ng&ust=1359972683304252 Herbology, animals and mineral products Making species endangered (seahorses, tigers (bones), rhino (horns)...) http://www.quinl.com/productImages/UploadImages/6c6vO9d-WhiteDriedWhole100gm.jpg http://www.google.com/imgres?q=yin+yang&um=1&hl=en&tbo=d&authuser=0&biw=1360&bih=671&tbm=isch&tbnid=5pxTOOouA-FdaM:&imgrefurl=http://taoism.about.com/od/visualsymbols/ig/Taoist-Symbols/Yin-Yang-Symbol.--jj.htm&docid=bfZxPg4bghmRyM&imgurl=http://0.tqn.com/d/taoism/1/0/0/-/-/-/yinYang.gif&w=466&h=466&ei=28EMUYnkJ4iOiAfDqIG4AQ&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,r:0,s:0,i:160&iact=rc&dur=3891&sig=115337332305085510912&page=1&tbnh=178&tbnw=178&start=0&ndsp=18&tx=69&ty=108 inside male

Medicine Powerpoint

Transcript: From your first day in the dissection lab to the start of your clinical training, student life at UCD School of Medicine is a stimulating, diverse and vibrant experience. When you choose Medicine at UCD, you choose early patient contact, a world-class curriculum and an unrivalled calendar of social and extra-curricular activities. Medicine at UCD Medicine at Trinity College The admissions test selected by the Irish Medical Schools is called HPAT – Ireland (Health Professions Admission Test-Ireland). The test measures a candidate’s logical reasoning and problem solving skills as well as non-verbal reasoning and the ability to understand the thoughts, behaviour and/or intentions of people. The duration of the exam is 2 and 1/2 hours. Medicine Powerpoint Conclusion Course Type: Undergraduate No. of Places: 123 Min Entry Points for 2012: 746* points Duration: 5 Year(s) Full Time Medical education utilises a combination of small group teaching, problem based learning, didactic and bedside teaching. Clinical and communication skills together with ethics are given an important place in the curriculum. Student selected modules and a global health module have been introduced Examines, treats and advises sick people in a local surgery or hospital. Qualification as a doctor opens the door to a wide range of specialisms - General Doctor or Family GP, Surgeon, Radiologist, Oncologist, Anaesthetist, Audiologist, Dermatologist, Paediatrician, Gynacologist, Optometrist, Opthalmologist, Orthopist, General Dentist, Orthodontist and Oral Surgeon and many more. Medicine at UCD Duration: 5-6 years Places: 90 Points: 535-625 Course Features: Modern, modularised curriculum Early and continual patient contact Multiple opportunities to travel Ireland's most extensive clinical network Taught by internationally renowned experts HPAT Admission Exam

Chinese Medicine

Transcript: By: Bennett Miller What was Used to Make it? How Has it Evolved? * A new thing doctors have been able to cure is food allergies. * Food allergies effects the way you look and the way you have to live so you need the formula for your sickness. * Doctors have made improvments to medicine. Necessary * People need medicine so they can survive and live the rest of their lives. * The town needs it when a worker gets sick. It's a chain reaction when someone isn't at work.Work isn't done, projects don't get done, people get mad. Cures *Snake Bites * Warts * Possession by Demons (Mental Illness) Yes, it is still useful today. * It can be used for healthy eating. * It can also be used for curing people if they are sick or if they have got injected. * Also for the body appearance. Other Information * China had become a major center of medical research home to some of the best Doctors in the world. * The Doctors made this book called the Neijing. A book about the Chinese Medicine. *They used a Mortar and Pestle to crush and mix the Herbs. Disagreeing Doctors *Doctors disagree the fact the demons make you sick. * They believe that when the Yin and Yang are out of place then you get sick. Necessary or Luxury? Who made it? >>>> * Doctors made the medicine to cure people. *Ingredients to make medicine: Doctors use a combination of acupuncture, moxibustion, herbal medicine, and exercises depending on how you are sick. What Time, What Else Time * The first ancient Chinese Medicine was invented in 186 BC. What Else * All of Upper Egypt revolted against Alexandria for almost 20 years (205-186 BC). * Under leadership of pharaohs named Haronnophris and Chaonrophris. * People want to look good and with warts it makes you look bad so you need to get cured so they could look good. Chinese Medicine Is it Useful Today? >> Two more slides! How was it Used? Bibliography *Pacificcollage.edu *clinic.acumedic.com/can-we-help/how-does-chinese-medicine-work/ *tebuni.berkeley.edu/lecture/revolt *www.historyforkids.org/learn/china/science/chinamedicine Where is it Used * Chinese medicine is used almost everywhere in the entire world. * Most used in China and U.S.A.

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Transcript: Where To Find Chinese Herbal Medicine Would you use this? Chinese medicine holds very different concepts compared to Western medicine. It has proved to be effective by the Chinese people who used it for thousands of years. Expose people to new cultures. Show them that it is not always the choice but sometimes it is very affective. Herbal medicine is very cost-affective. The cost for Chinese Herbal Medicine is relatively cheap however it can be varied based on the seller. Modality Your friendly Pharmacist Eric Zhao recommends: Chinese Gin Sengs In Ultimo http://www.sitcm.edu.au/ http://www.uts.edu.au/about/faculty-science/traditional-chinese-medicine-clinic/about-us/uts-chinese-herbal-medicine http://www.tcmaustralia.com.au/ Many cures via herbal medicine take much more time and can take more time to take affect. People could be allergice to some ingredients. If it does not work to cure, it cannot be used presistantly without side affects. There is no quality assurance for herbal products. Herbal Medicine is more cost-effective for specfic remedies. Herbal Medicine does not require prescription (in most cases). Herbal medicine have less side affects when compared to usual pharmaceutical medicines. Chinese medicines revolves around natural herbs and ingredients. It focuses on the inner flow and spirituality of the body. Most Chinese medicines nowadays are made by companies, buin ancient times only trusted pharmacies were able to create these medicines. Chinese herbal medicine is doubted by foreigners due to its lack of scientific backing. It is often regarded as "untrustworthy" and is used significantly less than Western medicine Reputation Advantages Of Chinese Herbal Medicine Intro Chinese Herbal Medicine Marketing Strategies Bibliography Cost Chinese Medicine is a very specific method of getting treatemet. Thus unless you have been exposed tothis culture chances are you won't trust or consider it. Also there might be people who are not confident in or skecptical about Chinese medicine. Disadvantages Of Herbal Medicines

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