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Chinese medicine has been around for thousands of years and is a holistic approach to health care. It is based on the principle that all living things are made up of energy, which flows throughout the body through pathways called meridians. When this energy is blocked or out of balance, physical and emotional symptoms can result. Chinese medicine works by restoring balance to these pathways through various modalities such as acupuncture, herbal remedies, massage therapy, and dietary changes.

Acupuncture involves inserting tiny needles into specific points along the body's meridians to help restore the balance between yin (negative) and yang (positive) energies in the body. This helps release pain-relieving endorphins while stimulating circulation throughout your system so it can better heal itself from any ailments or injuries you may have had recently or long ago that caused blockages in your system. your energy flow patterns over time up to now where acupuncture treatment could benefit you today!

Herbal remedies are another form of Chinese medicine often used alongside acupuncture treatments. they work by delivering nutrients directly into our bodies through ingestion rather than externally like with acupressure/acupuncture needles thus allowing us to access these same healing properties without having direct contact with them first!

The twelve regular meridians

Name Feature Associated symptoms
1 - Lung meridian 1 - Yin of the hand (Zang organs) 1 - Tightness, cough, asthma, sore throat, common cold, chills and shoulder and back pain
2 - Large Intestine Meridian 2 - Yang of the hand (Fu organs) 2 - Abdominal pain, diarrhoea, constipation, sore throat, toothache, runny nose
3 - Stomach meridian 3 - Yang of the foot (Fu organs) 3 - Gastralgia, edema, vomiting, facial paralysis, sore throat, chest and knee pain
4 - Spleen and pancreas meridian 4 - Yin of the foot (Zang organs) 4 - Tongue pain, stomach pain, vomiting, jaundice, weakness and hard body feeling
5 - Heart meridian 5 - Yin of the hand (Zang organs) 5 - Dry throat, pain in the heart, thirst, jaundice, heat in the palms
6 - Small intestine meridian 6 - Yang of the hand (Fu organs) 6 - Lower abdominal pain, deafness, jaundice, swollen cheeks, sore throat
7 - Bladder meridian 7 - Yang of the foot (Fu organs) 7 - Urinary retention, headache, eye disease, pain in the back, neck, lower back and lower limbs
8 - Kidney Meridian 8 - Yin of the foot (Zang organs) 8 - Dyspnea, dry tongue, sore throat, lumbago, oedema, constipation, diarrhea, motor paralysis and muscular atrophy of the lower limbs, heat of the sole of the foot
9 - Pericardium Meridian 9 - Yin of the hand (Zang organs) 9 - Angina pectoris, chest fullness, palpitation, irritability and restlessness, spasm and contracture of the elbow and arm
10 - Triple Heater Meridian (San Jiao) 10 - Yang of the hand (Fu organs) 10 - Edema, dysuria, deafness, ringing in the ears, sore throat, swollen cheek, post-auricular and shoulder pain
11 - Gallbladder meridian 11 - Yang of the foot (Fu organs) 11 - Bitter taste, dizziness, headache, pain under jaw, pain in inner corner of eye, deafness, ringing
12 - Liver meridian 12 - Yin of the foot (Zang organs) 12 - Lumbago, chest fullness, vomiting, urinary retention, hernia, lower abdominal pain

The eight extraordinary meridians

Name Feature
1 - Governor Ship (Du Mai) 1 - It plays the role of "governor" of all Yáng-type meridians
2 - Design ship (Ren Mai) 2 - It connects all yin meridians
3 - Chong Mai 3 - Life vessel
4 - Dai May 4 - Belt ship
5 - Yinwei Mai 5 - Yin regulating vessel
6 - Yangwei Mai 6 - Yang regulating vessel
7 - Yinchiao Mai 7 - Yin motility vessel
8 - Yangchiao Mai 8 - Vessel of yang motility

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