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Yin and Yang

two complementary principles of Chinese philosophy: Yin is negative, dark, and feminine, Yang positive, bright, and masculine. Their interaction is thought to maintain the harmony of the universe and to influence everything within it
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It can be concluded that the syndrome element Yin Deficiency and the syndrome element Exterior are the cause of the syndrome element Fire-Heat and the syndrome element Fire-Heat is the result.
Luo, "Bright eye to add and subtract the hope for pigment kidney Yin deficiency degeneration of clinical research," Chinese & Foreign Medical Research, vol.
Its indications include qi and yin deficiency and heart blood stasis, complicated with palpitations, shortness of breath, fatigue, dizziness, chest tightness, chest pain, and insomnia to improve a patient's quality of life.[sup][30]
Zhang, "Tongue temperature of healthy persons and patients with Yin deficiency by using thermal video," Chinese Journal of Modern Developments in Traditional Medicine, vol.
I used the following points for the yin deficiency syndrome: LI 4, Heart 7, Liver 2 , Kidney 3, Stomach 36.
Qi deficiency leads to blood flow without strength and Yin deficiency make blood flow unsmooth, hence resulting in stasis blocking the heart vessels.
Epidemiological study in the Chinese Han population revealed nine types of constitutions: the balanced constitution and eight pathological constitutions (qi deficiency, Yang deficiency, Yin deficiency, Phlegm-dampness, damp-heat, stagnant blood, stagnant qi, and inherited special constitutions) [1].
Yu et al., "Classification and differentiation between kidney yang and yin deficiency syndromes in TCM based on decision tree analysis method," International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Medicine, vol.
The Urology Department of the Guangdong Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine (GPHCM) has studied stage D prostate cancer for many years and has explored its aetiology, pathogenesis and syndrome differentiation and found the following common patterns of prostate cancer: "stage DO : spleen Qi deficiency, kidney Qi deficiency; stage Dl : blood stasis, lower energizer damp-heat, kidney Qi deficiency; stage D2 : spleen Qi deficiency, blood stasis, lower energizer damp-heat, kidney Qi deficiency, Yin deficiency and phlegm heat, deficiency heat and stage D3 : Qi and blood deficiency." (1)
Heart palpitation, excessive perspiration, general hyperactivity, and other hyperthyroid symptoms are signs of yin deficiency. Consequently, yin nourishing and/or fire-purging herbs, such as raw rehmannia and scrophularia, are common ingredients in Chinese herbal formulas for hyperthyroidism.
The acupuncturist to whom I referred the patient then explains that based on traditional Chinese medical evaluation, what we're calling allergic sensitivities and irritable bowel is, from his perspective, kidney yin deficiency with liver chi stagnation, and that the patient's early response to acupuncture treatment has been positive.
Distribution of qi deficiency constitution in dyslipidemia and ortholiposis people was reported in 10 articles [17-24, 26, 27], and yang deficiency, yin deficiency, damp-heat, qi stagnation, blood stasis, and allergic constitution were reported in 9 articles [18-24, 26, 27].