Modern medicine tells us that the human body is made up of organs like the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, spleen, stomach, brain, nerves, muscles, bones, blood vessels, and blood, but Traditional Chinese Medicine believes that the human body has another structure called Jing Luo and Shu Xue that exists alongside these tissues and organs. Jing Luo translates to Meridians and Collaterals, which refers to the longitudinal line of the human body and the net that surrounds it. Because acupuncture stimulates Shu Xue’s position, Shu Xue signifies holes dispersed on Jing Luo and outside Jing Luo. Shu Xue is translated into an English acupuncture point, abbreviated as acupoint or point, since massage and other methods can treat ailments. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, meridians and acupoints are particular understanding of the human body structure. For thousands of years, Traditional Chinese Medicine has not only drawn the distribution map of the meridians and acupoints in the human body, but has also used them to treat ailments. There are hundreds of these acupoints, and stimulating each one with acupuncture, massage, or other treatments has a unique effect on the human body, and can be used to cure a variety of ailments. But, in order to treat various ailments, what effect does stimulating each acupoint have on the human body? Traditional Chinese Medicine is a hazy and unintelligible topic that cannot be proven by experiments.
This document presents a clear and accurate exposition of the effects on the human body and ailments that can be treated with acupoint massage, based on the author’s more than 30-year research. These assertions can be verified through experiments, hence they are seen to be trustworthy. After the contents of this paper are proven by others through experiments, it is hoped that meridians, acupoints, and massage therapy can be included into contemporary medicine and become a component of modern medicine in the future.
Not only does massaging acupoints treat many disorders that are difficult to treat with drugs, but it also has simple methods and is inexpensive.
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Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shaanxi Province, China.
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