Medicine of Minority


  • She Medicine
    During the long-time struggle with illnesses, the She Nationality summarized their experience in preventing and curing diseases by utilizing medical methods suitable to the social environment, geological and climatic features and habits in production and...
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  • Diet Therapy and Change of Seasons
     As the saying goes in the She area, "Healthy food is better than all drugs", the She people have been putting great emphasis on the nourishing effect of food. They emphasizes on strengthening human internal organs with corresponding animal's viscera,...
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  • Therapies for Sha Diseases
     The area where the She nationality resides in usually features hot weather, and the folks have given the symptoms of discomfort, low spirit, headache and chest distress, lassitude of limb, vomit and belly pain a general designation called Sha. The folk...
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  • The Dong Medicine
     The Dong medicine has made undeniable contributions to the subsistence and growth of the Dong Nationality in the history. The practitioners speak the same language with the local people and know about their life conditions and they only charge very...
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  • Legend about Dong Doctor
     As the legend goes, there was a dutiful son of Dong nationality named Ye Guangong in ancient times, who traveled around to find a cure for his mother's disease. Later he came across Sister Mama, the genius doctor who cured his mother, and married her....
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  • Tibetan Medicine
    With a history of over 2300 years, Tibetan medicine is a medical system featuring complete theoretical system, unique curing methods, and strong ethnic flavor. It is formed by virtue of long-term practice as well as continuous accumulation and perfection in...
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  • Tibetan Medicine Draws International Followers
     Polish student Slawomir Kosciuk doesn't speak Tibetan, but that does not discourage him from following his teacher, veteran physician Lankga, into the consulting room at a Tibetan hospital in northwest China's Qinghai Province.As Kosciuk closely watched...
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  • Tibetan medicine bring Tibetan culture to the world
     "Jiebai Wan, Jiebai Wan." In the Zhongyou drugstore in Lanzhou, capital of northwest China’s Gansu Province, two foreign customers are talking to the shop assistant with hand gestures, trying to buy medicine.Jiebai Wan is a Tibetan medicine, used to...
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  • The Folk Medicine of the Hakka
    The folk medicine of the Hakka is the original and handy folk medicine formed by the Hakka based on the old practice of medicine in the Central Plains while absorbing the essence of folk medicine and healthcare from other places during the thousand-year...
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  • Healthcare
     Food therapy: The Hakka people are particular about the function of food, and they generally acquire some knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine. For instance, chicken egg is nutritious, duck egg cold in nature, hen and duck meat capable of removing...
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