Concept about treating the Liver

Tim Vukan · September 10, 2020

The liver and spleen influence each other and act as cause and effect. Liver disease often causes poor spleen function, so in the process of treating liver disease, strengthening the spleen is very important.

There is a saying in traditional Chinese medicine that “observe disease of the liver, and know the liver will pass to the spleen, and be the first to consolidate the spleen”. This is also one of the classic theories of “preventing the disease” in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

This course is about the Analysis of “Prior to strengthen Spleen when knowing the diseases transfer to Spleen from Liver“.

In the first chapter of the Synopsis of Prescriptions of the Golden Chamber (Jin Gui Yao Lue): 知肝传脾当先实脾 “while treating Liver diseases, it is prior to strengthen Spleen when knowing the diseases transfer to Spleen from Liver.

You will learn about:

  • TCM Physiology of the Liver
  • TCM Pathology of the Liver
  • Relationship with other Viscera and pathogenesis
  • Medication rules of Liver diseases
  • 20 Categories of Common used herbs
  • Clear examples on how to understand and apply the concepts in your clinic

This Online Course includes:

Free Introduction Course – 6 minutes

Online Course – 65 minutes

Certificate: After you finished watching each lesson click “Mark Complete”, once all lessons are completed you can download the Certificate. You can find a download link on the main page of your purchased course.

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CPD Approved:

65 minutes of CPD (Acupuncture NZ)

Certificate:

by Wushan TCM – Chinese Medical Network in China

About Instructor

Tim Vukan

Tim Vukan, MMed, Master of Chinese medicine at (ZCMU) is one of the few foreigners who completed his more than 13 years of Chinese medicine education directly in China! He is a certified Chinese medicine practitioner who has been studying and practicing for more than ten years at Zhejiang Chinese Medical University in Hangzhou (China). He is now teaching Chinese medicine to Chinese and foreign students at ZCMU.

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  • Course Certificate