Fundamentals of TCM Quiz

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5) According to traditional Chinese medicine there are about 361 important pressure points or __________ along the meridians.


6) This is a practice of applying a series of bell or cup-shaped vessels upside down over strategic points on the skin to create a vacuum and create a stimulating effect.


7) This is a generic term for any weakness or insufficiency of qi, blood, yin, yang or essence.


8) Called “Lao Shang” in Chinese, this refers to the six natural weather factors that are not harmful under normal conditions but become toxic to the human body when in excess or there is an imbalance in the yin and yang elements inside the body.


9) A fundamental principle used by Chinese medicine practitioners to explain the relationship between the natural world and the body. This theory asserts that all substance and matter in the universe are correlated and interact naturally to one another.


10) In TCM there are 12 major pathways through which the qi flows. These are called _____________and they correspond to the yin and yang organs and the pericardium.


11) This is a lack of qi which manifests as symptoms of lethargy, weakness, shortness of breath, slow metabolism, frequent colds and flu with slow recovery, low or soft voice, palpitations and/or frequent urination.


12) The ancient philosophy of oneness in all creation.


13) In Chinese philosophy, _______________ are mutually interdependent properties or elements that represent the duality of everything.



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