Exclusive: Learn More About Your 5 Vital Organs Through TCM

Sunday 9 July 2017

In my previous article, How to Monitor Your Health from a TCM Point of View, you learnt that there are 5 Vital Organs in our body, namely the Liver, Heart, Kidney, Lungs and Spleen from the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) point of view. TCM is built on a foundation of more than 2,500 years of Chinese medical practice.

TCM's view of the body does not place much emphasis on anatomical structures, but is mainly concerned with identifying functional entities (which regulate digestion, breathing, aging etc.). Each organ has it's own functions in terms of its relationship with Qi or vital energy.

Good health is perceived as harmonious interaction of these entities and the outside world. Diseases happen when there is a disharmony. TCM diagnosis aims to trace symptoms to patterns of an underlying disharmony, by measuring the pulse, inspecting the tongue, skin, and eyes, looking at the eating and sleeping habits of the person as well as many other things.

(Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traditional_Chinese_medicine)

Here are some interesting snippets I learnt from several seminars I attended in relation to these 5 vital organs. The info is reserved exclusively for my Consumers and Business Partners.

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1. Liver

2. Heart

3. Lungs

4. Kidney

5. Spleen

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