To understand (summarize) the curative effect of traditional Chinese medicine
The origins of traditional Chinese medicine are still debated, although there is evidence that it has been around for about 5,000 years. Ancient acupuncture needles and herbal remedies prove that it can last for 4,000 to 8,000 years (Ma, 2000; Pan et al., 2014). The Book of Changes and the Huangdi Neijing are the earliest known philosophical and clinical texts of Chinese medicine. It depicts the flow of life based on a mathematical model of regulation. The Huangdi Neijing is as important as the Hippocratic Corpus (Sertel et al., 2010). It describes its modifications and patterns and provides emotional guidance.
Deviance (action) and the five phases of Yin and Yang are the basic ideas of traditional Chinese medicine (action). Their main activities are acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and diet, as well as Tai Chi, Tuina, Qigong and Tai Chi. It describes the role and function of body functions such as "qi", "blood" and "blood", as well as the consequences and differences of the syndrome of "Jin evil".
Ancient Chinese doctors believed that everything is the same substance because everything is connected through the symbiosis of the "qi" system, so this idea emphasizes oneness and wholeness. The aim of traditional Chinese medicine is to balance the body's qi, also known as vitality, and live in harmony with the qi of the environment. There is energy emitted by the sun and Moon, as well as by plants, soil, water, animals, and natural forms (Johnson et al., 2000). Chinese medicine treats the secondary (" standard ") and primary (" root ") aspects of chronic and acute diseases.
Chinese medicine is used in gynecology, trauma, internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, dermatology, ENT, and emergency department (Greten, 2013). Table 1 lists some of the drugs used to treat several diseases. The therapeutic potential of traditional Chinese medicine and Tai chi to improve health and minimize the risk of cardiovascular disease.