This is another popular article, but I just took this opportunity to briefly talk about the connection and relationship between the external influences of traditional Chinese medicine, the plague and the viruses of Western medicine, and how to choose Chinese medicine in treatment. exogenous First of all, we can imagine that there was no concept of microorganisms such as viruses in ancient times, so the only thing we can do is to define diseases or causes through the observation of phenomena.
For example, the most important causes of external symptoms in traditional Chinese medicine are called six evils, namely wind, cold, summer heat, dampness, dryness, and fire. These are natural weather changes or phenomena that can be observed, if they photo retouching are not severe enough, or if the person is in good physical condition, they will not cause problems, but if they are not in good physical condition, or if they are too intense, they will cause physical discomfort.
Then if a person is fine, but because the weather is too hot and uncomfortable, and shows the characteristics of fire, such as heat and redness, it is an exogenous fire evil; if it is because of the unpleasantness of blowing all the time, and the characteristics of wind appear, such as pain Running around, the location is not fixed and so on, that is Feng Xie. But we all know now that the so-called cold should be caused by exposure to a virus. Does this mean that traditional Chinese medicine is very unscientific.