Health & Fitness:Alternative Health
We continue through the cycle of the Organ Networks, with an in-depth exploration of the Large Intestine Network.
In a previous episode, we provided a general introduction to the 12 Organ Networks of Chinese medicine, and a more detailed description of the Lung Organ Network. Each of the twelve represents a set of functions that can be observed throughout the natural world, including the human body.
As an example, the Lung function in nature is associated with the first month of spring, when the yang qi emerges and begins to manifest at the surface. Although the coldness of yin still dominates, the warmth of yang begins to melt the winter ice. The rivers and springs begin to flow, and plant and animal life begins to come out. In the human body, the health of the lung function can be seen in the health of the skin. The tiger is the representative animal of the lung function—one can readily see the vibrancy at the surface of this potent animal.
In this episode, we discuss phenomena and themes associated with the Large Intestine organ network:
The Safety of Chinese Herbs: How to Counteract Contamination
The Stomach and Spleen Organ Networks of Chinese Medicine
Are we what we eat? An exploration of the Small Intestine organ system
Might saturated fats, eggs, butter, raw milk, and cholesterol actually be good for you?!?
The Yijing (I-Ching) and the Cycles of Nature
Building in Harmony with Nature
As Above, So Below
All Disease Comes From the Heart
A History of Chinese Medicine in the West
The Problem of Iatrogenic Disease
Acupuncture in the Wild: Part II
Acupuncture in the Wild: Part I
The China Study Re-visited—with very different conclusions!
Telltale Signs on the Tongue
Exploring Ancient Wisdom with Classical Chinese Medicine Scholar Sabine Wilms
The Triple Warmer Organ Network of Chinese Medicine
The Pericardium Organ Network of Chinese Medicine
Western Holistic Medicine: How to Truly Integrate Different Approaches to Medicine
Healing Through the Emotions: The Confucian Therapy System of Wang Fengyi
The Wisdom Podcast with Dorothy Ratusny
Reconditioned with Lauren Vaknine
The Gary Null Show
Nothing much happens; bedtime stories to help you sleep
Guided Sleep Meditations
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