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Příspěvekod P » čtv 24. bře, 2011 14:39

Raptor píše:Zdarec,

o tom Andovi jsem si mysel, že to tam bude, ale bohužel jsem půjčil všech 5 dílů přítelkyni, tak se nato nemůžu podívat. Jinak něco jsem na netu našel, není to ale nic moc:

1. Ling Shu, Or, the Spiritual Pivot
2. http://www.lingshuacupuncture.com/
3. Neúplný překlad Su-wen, Ling-shu a Nan-jing do angličtiny, ale o šlachách tam není nic ...

Rodger-Withers S. Understanding acute disharmonies of the channel sinews. Am J Acupuncture. 1999;27:141-149.:
Channel sinews, Jing Jin, are also translated as muscle sinew channels or musculotendinous channels. These 12 channels are superficial, in contact with the outer environment, overlay the pathways of the 12 main meridians, and play a protective role. They do not connect with the organs, but do communicate with the Jing Well points. Their functions include binding the bones, joint movement, and muscle flexion. They carry defensive energy (Wei Qi). Symptoms relating to them, when full, include spasms, contractions, and edema, usually Yang, with redness, heat, and pain. Emptiness can be indicated by poor muscle tone, wasting, cold and pale surface, and dull, deep pain. Analysis of some ancient texts regarding channel sinews is given. TCM pathology includes wind and cold attack depriving muscles of warmth and nourishment with wandering pain, twitching, itching, tremors, and sweating. Cold regions are more likely with chronic disharmony. Qi and blood stagnation can lead to sudden sharp, cramping pain. The surface can be cold and pale, but can also generate heat and redness with time due to conflict of Wei Qi and cold pathogen. Wind-heat causes floppy muscles and atrophy and impotence when the genital region meridians are involved. A table lists symptoms of sinew channel invasions by wind, cold, heat, and dampness.

Ahoj, mrkni sem:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/43982478/Ling-Shu-Taoista
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