What is "traditional Chinese medicine" and what is unique compared with western medicine?

What is "traditional Chinese medicine" and what is unique compared with western medicine?
Traditional Chinese medicine is a great treasure house.

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What is traditional Chinese medicine? 

Traditional Chinese medicine is a great treasure house. 

It's hard to put it in a word. 

Generally speaking, it refers to traditional medicine and discipline rooted in China and famous in the world, created by the working people of all ethnic groups in China, based on Yin, Yang and the five elements, which studies the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of human diseases as well as physiology and pathology, as opposed to "western medicine". 

Traditional Chinese medicine has a long history in the Chinese nation, it can be said that traditional Chinese medicine was born at the beginning of Chinese civilization-born at the same time as the Chinese nation, and synchronized with Chinese civilization, accompanied all the time! 

As long as Chinese civilization is, traditional Chinese medicine will last as long as possible. 

Traditional Chinese medicine, protect the Chinese nation from beginning to end! 

Boiling water into the soup. 

The greatest contribution of traditional Chinese medicine to the sons and daughters of China and even to the world should be the first to put forward the concept of drinking boiled water! 

According to the textual research of French historian Brodell and recorded in the book material Civilization, economy and Capitalism in the 15th and 18th centuries: Chinese people have a history of drinking boiled water for more than 4,000 years, and this tradition is lacking in the West. 

As we all know, drinking boiled water is good for drinking water disinfection. 

If you drink too much-boiled water, the probability of getting sick must be greatly reduced. 

It is worth mentioning that, according to the point of view of traditional Chinese medicine, all teas have medicinal effects-according to the point of view of the five elements, the five elements are divided into five colors: green (green), red, yellow, white and black, corresponding to the five elements: Wood, fire, earth, gold, and water. and there are corresponding five colors of tea: green tea, black tea (rock tea), yellow tea, white tea, black tea (Pu'er)-- as pointed out above, traditional Chinese medicine believes that the human body is made up of these five elements-- quote which kind of tea is lacking! 

Later, Chinese people also used boiled water to cook medicine. 

IV. Attacking poison with poison-- the forerunner of immunology. 

It must be mentioned that traditional Chinese medicine emphasizes attacking poison with poison, which has become the forerunner of immunology in the world-planting acne and treating flowers. 

Smallpox is a severe infectious disease, which is famous for its fast transmission, short time of death, high case fatality rate, and difficult with treatment. 

However, inspired by the idea of "attacking poison with poison" since ancient times, traditional Chinese medicine has adopted the way of planting acne itself in the human body to attack "flowers" with "pox". In ancient times, there have been four methods of vaccination: acne method-wearing the underwear of smallpox patients; pox method-dipping cotton into the pimples and stuffing people's nostrils; early seedling method-dry and fine the pimples and blowing them in the nostrils with silver tubes. 

Water seedling method-fine the acne and mix it well with water, and the cotton is dipped in the Cypriot nostrils. 

Remarkable results have been achieved at last. 

With the maturity and popularization of traditional Chinese medicine vaccination technology, vaccination technology has also spread overseas. 

And Chena, a famous British medical scientist, invented vaccination based on the technology of vaccination in traditional Chinese medicine. Finally, on October 26, 1979, the World Health Organization announced that mankind had eliminated the smallpox virus! 

If there is no traditional Chinese medicine. 

So, what if there is no traditional Chinese medicine in China? 

The author believes that the greatest contribution of traditional Chinese medicine to the Chinese nation is to preserve the population of the Chinese nation to a great extent! 

Compared with the Chinese nation, Western countries are dwarfed, and it can even be said that they are dripping with blood. 

In 430 BC, a great plague broke out in Athens, killing nearly half of the population. 

Smallpox and measles plague in ancient Rome killed 1/3 of the total population-infectious diseases claimed the lives of two Roman emperors, and the total death toll is estimated to be as high as 5 million. 

In the 14th century, the Black Death broke out in Europe, killing about 25 million people, which became a turning point in European history. 

In 1520, smallpox broke out in America, especially in Mexico, resulting in the loss of nearly 20 million people in North America. 

Now the population of the Western world-Europe and America (according to statistics, the total population of Europe is about 700 million; the Americas has about 950 million residents; a total of more than 1.6 billion) is about the same as the population of China (more than 1.4 billion)!