Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine
This is a rich and informative course for anyone interested in either learning it as personal interest or as an aromatherapies, massage therapist, homeopath, nutritionist or ... .
It is a very important tool in your toolbox. Through recognition of patterns TCM describes disharmonies without diagnosing disease.
This course offers a student the opportunity to learn about the terminology and patterns of disharmonies.
Over the centuries, Ayurvedic and Chinese diagnosis have developed an extremely sophisticated system of correspondences between outward signs and the internal organs.
Detecting internal conditions through external manifestations is the key to diagnosis in Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine. This is based upon the theory that any internal conditions will be manifest externally. The concept of signs and symptoms in Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine are broader than in western Medicine. They use not only “symptoms and signs” but many other manifestations to form a picture of the disharmony present in a particular person.
According to this basic idea underlying Ayurvedic and Chinese diagnosis, practically everything, such as skin, complexion, bones, channels, smells, sounds, mental state, preferences, emotions, tongue, pulse, demeanour, body build, reflects the state of the internal organs and can be used in diagnosis.
Observation of the tongue is a pillar of diagnosis because it provides clearly visible clues to the patient’s disharmony. Tongue diagnosis is remarkably reliable: whenever there are conflicting manifestations in a complicated condition, the tongue nearly always reflects the basic and underlying pattern.
Observation of the tongue is based on four main items: the tongue body colour, the body shape, the coating and the moisture.
Various areas of the tongue reflect the state of the internal organs.
Signs and Symptoms Analysis
This course presents a diagnostic system of signs and symptoms analysis that focuses on the most important questions you should be asking your patients. The questions are organized by body systems and will help you gather more information on the functional state of your patients. Whether you are homeopath, nutritionist, health coach,... you will benefit from this course.
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Homeopathy is a natural, safe, inexpensive, and highly effective complement to conventional medicine. By triggering the body’s own self-healing abilities, homeopathic remedies effectively treat everyday ailments of mind and body. This course provides a clear and comprehensive guide to the use of homeopathic remedies for quick relief for cold, headaches, allergies, children’s illnesses, women’s health problems, and many other common conditions.
In this course you will learn how to assess illnesses and identify clues that point to the right medicine. You also learn how to individualize homeopathic treatment and decide when professional medical treatment is required.
Dr. Bach believed that illness was the result of a conflict between the purposes of the soul and the personality's actions and outlook. This internal war, according to Bach, leads to negative moods and to "energy blocking", thought to cause a lack of "harmony", thus leading to physical diseases.
In this course we combined two important subjects of the emotions behind diseases and flower essence.
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Iridology is the science of observing and identifying markings in the iris. These markings represent a person’s genetic blueprint and congenital characteristics, and offer a means of evaluating the functioning of various bodily organs. They may indicate specific health problems, such as inflammation, the accumulation of toxins, and certain other disease-related conditions. Observing the iris even offers insight into a person’s lifestyle and related health issues.
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