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健康(中译英)


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famous TCM (Traditional Chinese medicine) work
中医名著
Huang Di's Classic of Internal Medicine/ Yellow Emperor's Canon of Traditional Chinese Medicine
《黄帝内经》
Shennong's Herbal Classic
《神农本草经》
Compendium of Materia Medica
《本草纲目》
I Ching; the Book of Changes
《易经》
nothing compares to a human life
万物人为贵
healing the sick and saving the dying
救死扶伤
yin-yang, the two opposing and complementary principles in nature
阴阳
mutual generation and restriction
相生相克
mutually opposing and constraining
对立制约
interdependent and mutually promoting
互根互用
mutually transformational
相互转化
acupuncture
针灸,针刺疗法
moxibustion
艾炙疗法
medical massage
推拿
acupuncture point
穴位
acupuncture anesthesia
针刺麻醉
general hospital
综合医院
TCM section/ department
中医部
(Chinese) cupping therapy
拔火罐疗法
skin scraping therapy with water, liquor or vegetable oil
刮痧疗法
physical therapy
理疗
feeling the pulse
切脉
folk prescription
偏方
secret prescription (normally of excellent curative effect)
秘方
secret prescription handed down from one's ancestors
祖传秘方
the theory of yin-yang and five elements (metal, wood, water, fire and earth)
阴阳五行学说
heart
liver
spleen
stomach
lung
kidney
internal causes (joy, anger, worry, thought, grief, fear and surprise)
内伤七情 (喜、怒、忧、思、悲、恐、惊)
external causes (wind, cold, heat, wetness, dryness and fire)
外感六淫 (风、寒、暑、湿、燥、火)
four properties of medicinal herb
中药四性
cold
hot
warm
cool
five tastes of medicinal herb
中药五味
sour
bitter
sweet
spicy
salty
massage therapy
按摩
lose weight
减肥
main and collateral channels inside human body; meridian
经络
maintain good health through the intake of nourishing food
食补保健
Tai chi quan; Tai chi Chuan; Taijiquan boxing
太极拳
to defer senility
延缓衰老
pharmacopoeia
药典
an organic whole
有机整体
yoga
瑜伽
Shennong, herbal medicine master of ancient China
中国古代药王神农氏
Chinese Medical Association
中华医学会
safety first, precaution crucial
安全第一,预防为主