Traditional Chinese Medicine

At Long Last…

I should have written this post 1/2 year ago. The studies were becoming very intensive. With work and travel, I found it difficult to update on my learning progress and my thoughts here. So what has been happening in my journey to become a veterinary acupuncturist? Well, after a bunch of self- directed TCVM online… Continue reading At Long Last…

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Getting my Head around the Pathological States (according to TCVM)

Do you feel hot? Is it because it’s 40℃ outside, or because your body cannot cool down? Is it cold? Is it because someone turned the AC on or you haven’t eaten for days and have no energy to keep yourself warm? The TCVM practitioner try to find the root cause of the Yin Yang… Continue reading Getting my Head around the Pathological States (according to TCVM)

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Yin Yang- Revisited

There is no Absolute On the surface, Yin and Yang are exact opposites. It is, however, always based on perspective, depending on what is the parameter of comparison. Nothing is ever strictly Yang or Yin. Examples: Summer: Winter= Yang/Yin Summer day: Summer night= Yang/Yin One also has to take into consideration of geography and where… Continue reading Yin Yang- Revisited