Jueyin Disease and Wumei Wan




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The Jueyin chapter of the Shanghan Lun is one of the most
enigmatic chapters in Han-dynasty clinical literature. The chapter is seemingly
discombobulated and many attempts at explaining it fail in the face of the
seeming disconnect between the Jueyin disease standard representation line and
the formulas contained within the actual chapter. Even when an attempt at intellectually
understanding the chapter and its core concept of Jueyin disease succeeds, most
practitioners still fail to gain a visceral comprehension of the identification
and treatment of Jueyin disease in every day clinic.

This article, recently published in The Lantern, instructs in detail about Jueyin physiology and pathology. Then it uses Wumei Wan as the core example of an archetypical jueyin formula and lists various modern clinic cases as well as references contemporary research.


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