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Traditional Oriental Medicine by Helga
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Traditional Oriental Medicine by Helga

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Oral Presentation by Helga Puigdomènech Sanjuán …

Oral Presentation by Helga Puigdomènech Sanjuán
2º Bachillerato EFL
Instituto Español “V. Cañada Blanch”
London 2010-2011

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  1. Traditional Oriental Medicine<br />by Helga PuigdomènechSanjuán<br />2º Bachilleraro EFL <br />I.E. V. Cañada Blanch<br />London 2010-2011<br />
  2. Traditional Oriental Medicine<br />Herbal Medicine<br />Acupuncture<br />Tui Na Massage<br />
  3. Herbal Medicine 脏腑<br />Methods to classify traditional Chinese herbs:<br />
  4. Herbal Medicine 脏腑<br />SOME INTERESTING PRODUCTS:<br />Mushrooms -> Clinical, animal and cellular research has shown mushrooms may be able to up-regulate aspects of the immune system.<br />Ginger -> It is beneficial to digestion, neutralizing poisons in food, ventilating the lungs, warming the circulation of blood to the limbs, and healing heart conditions.<br />Salvia -> It is applied in cases where the body tissues have been damaged by disease or injury. It lowers blood pressure, helps reduce cholesterol and enhances functions of the liver. Salvia can be taken alone or consumed with other herbs, teas or pills.<br />
  5. Acupuncture 黃帝內經<br />Inserting and manipulating needles.<br />To relieve pain or for therapeutic purposes.<br />
  6. Acupuncture 黃帝內經<br />Active scientific research.<br />Acupuncture points and meridians.<br />To control some types of nausea and pain.<br />It is safe!<br />
  7. TuiNa Massage 推拏<br />In connectionwithacupuncture<br />A hands-on body treatment <br />Brush, knead, roll/press and rub<br />Stimulation of acupressurepoints<br />
  8. Sources:<br />http://www.qi-journal.com/tcm.asp<br />http://www.holisticonline.com/remedies/arthritis/arth_oriental_medicine.htm<br />http://www.innatia.com/s/c-medicina-natural/a-medicina-oriental-energia.html<br />

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