New Approaches to Wu-Xing Theory
AUTHORS : Klimenko D.P. | Klimenko P.D.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Grodno Regional Clinical Hospital, JSC “Bellakt”, Grodno, Belarus
YEAR : 2000 | Category : Educational
Recently, the integration of Western and Eastern medicine has been observed more and more often. Oriental medicine has ancient traditions developed in Tibet, Mongolia, India, China, Japan based on medical practice. Modern acupuncture is based on the theory of WU-XIN, formulated by ancient authors and outlined in many modern sources available to practitioners [1–8]. According to the teachings of Wu- Xing, schemes of the organization of both the Universe (macrocosm) and man (microcosm) were drawn up. In medicine, this theory is widespread, it allows you to determine the relationship of organs with each other, as well as the relationship of various organs to external natural phenomena.