• 15.01.2019 21:04 | Hui Zhang (Administrator)

    Patient Information

    63 patients (avg. 46 yrs, 58 male, 7 female), with atrophic  gastritis with distention, stomachache, hiccup, poor appetite, emaciation, etc., 35 patients treatment with acupuncture and 38 with Vitamin U Belladonna and Aluminium Capsules

    Basic Points

    BL18, BL21, SP6, KI3, ST44


    Liver Qi Stagnation: LR14, ST20

    Stomach Heat Impairing Yin: RN23, RN24, BL23

    Treatment and Outcomes

    10 treatments as a therapeutic period were performed once everyday or once every other day. After 30 treatments i.e. 3 periods, the result showed 29 (83%) cured, 4 (11%) significantly improved, and 2 (6%) improved. The result was significant better than the control group treated with Vitamin U Belladonna and Aluminium Capsules

    Zhang Y, Gong F (2003). Acupuncture treatment with the method of nourishing stomach yin to patient with atrophic gastritis. Journal of Nanjing TCM University, 19(3):175.

  • 10.01.2019 06:07 | Camilla Gliemann (Administrator)


    Point Name: Shi Qi Zhui (EXB8) or MBW25 (Peter Deadman)

    Location: on the midline of the lower back, in the depression below the spinous process of the 5th lumbar vertebra

    Indication: all gynecological disorders and lower back pain

    Comments: Recent studies reported that Shiqizhui shows favorable effect in the treatment for gynecological diseases e.g. irregular menstruation, PMS, primary dysmenorrhea; urinary system symptoms, and lower back and leg pain.

    The point locates on Du channel and closely related to the kidney channel. In anatomy, the point relates to the 5th lumbar nerve and the pelvic plexus which cover the the whole perineum region. Therefore, the point can directly affect the lumbosacral, genital,and urinary disorders. Acupuncture, moxibustion, Tuina, cupping and bleeding can be applied.

  • 15.11.2017 15:57 | Camilla Gliemann (Administrator)

    Shang Han Lun is regarded as the Holy Book of herbal medicine. After this book was published, most of the followers only use this book to guide their clinic practice of composing herbs. In fact, there are plenty of content on using acupuncture, moxibustion and other external methods. Shang Han Lun has presents us a model to understand and treat an illness, which is called Bian Zheng Lun Zhi (pattern identification and treatment application) in modern times. This model has been regarded as the core feature of TCM, not only in discussing theories but also in clinic practice. This model has been widely used to guide the application of herbal medicine and also acupuncture treatment.

    Is Shang Han Lun only a book for herbal medicine?

    The answer is definitely no!

    Firstly, the Six-jing model are named after not only from the Chapter 31, Su Wen, Re Lun (Plain Conversation, Discussion on Heat) but also from the channel system, i.e. Taiyang, Yangming, Shaoyang, Taiyin, Shaoyin, Jueyin. The channels are the key connections among internal organs and external manifestations, transporting Qi and blood but also Xie Qi (pathogen) For instance, because the Shaoyang channel goes through the rib-sides and around the ears, the patient shows chest and rib-side pain, and deafness when the cold Xie Qi enters Shaoyang. In the principle clause of Taiyang, the main symptoms i.e. headache and neck stiffness can be well explained by the indication of the foot Taiyang bladder channel. Thus, it is said that if the channel system is not considered, the Six-jing doesn’t exist.

    Acupuncture and Moxibustion is the main therapeutic method in Huang Di Nei Jing (Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic). Acupuncture and Moxibustion has also been widely used in Shang Han Lun. Zhang Zhong Jing said, “there are 59 points which can be punctured to treat warm disease”. Besides, moxa warming, fuming and washing, and warm needling are also recorded. For example, there are 5 clauses which includes the puncturing on LR14. LR14 is used to reduce the Shi (excess, full) in the liver channel, whose symptoms are heat in the Xue Shi (blood chamber) , and liver wind with delirious speech. In the stage of Shaoyin, moxa is frequently used to supplement the kidney Yang. For instance, “moxa warming should be used to treat diarrhea, tiny and choppy pulse, vomiting, and sweating.”

    According to Dr. Yang Wei Jie’s opinion, puncturing can be applied to treat Taiyang, Yang Ming and Shaoyang, and moxibustion to treat Taiyin, Shaoyin and Taiyin. Moreover, Shang Han Lun also records tens of clauses on the misuse of acupuncture, moxibustion, fire-needling, and the treatment for the side-events. It’s reasonable to believe that acupuncture and moxibustion are popular methods that time.

  • 09.04.2015 21:48 | Camilla Gliemann (Administrator)

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