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Volume 24, Issue 6 - Nov 2011
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Sep 2011
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Jul 2011
Volume 24, Issue 3 - May 2011
Volume 24, Issue 2 - Mar 2011
Volume 24, Issue 1 - Jan 2011
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A Study on the Hyeon-hak(玄學) idea of Wang-bing(王冰) from the quotations of Taoism Books
Kim, Do-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 1~12
For the purpose of understanding Wang-bing's idea, which was influenced by Taoism and Hyeon-hak(玄學), I investigated the quotations of Taoism Books such as Jang-ja(莊子) in the Hwangje-Naegyeongsomunju(黃帝內經素問注), and came to the following conclusions. In the process of writing notes on the Hwangje-Naegyeongsomun, Wang-bing quoted Taoism Books such as Jang-Ja 10 times at 8 passeges which suggest the idea of Hyeon-hak. Through this annotating process, he suggested the vision of the Hyeon-hak idea which pursued the harmony of system and human nature. In the process of the annotating, he expressed the way of sage who practicing the caring of one's own health. And he emphasized on body and perfectly preserving of nature of oneself. Wang-bing especially emphsized on cultivating of one's mind while he insisting one's human nature. This means he pursued one's nature under the actual system, which was different from general Taoism. It was Hyeon-hak idea. So we can interpret Wang-bing as a sucessor of Hyeon-hak philosophers of Wi-Jin(魏晋) period.
Comparative Studies On Pancakarma Of "Caraka-sa
" And A Method Of 'Sweat, Vomit And Diarrhea(汗吐下)'
Lee, Kyung-Won ; Ha, Hong-Ki ; Seo, Ji-Young ; Kim, Ki-Wook ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 13~22
(闍羅迦集)" and "Su
(妙聞集)" are the most important medical scriptures in India and are called the three scriptures of Ayuverda including "Astanga-hrdaya-sa
(八心集)" (which integrates and summarizes internal medicine and surgery.) that is scribed in 8C. Scriptures that have been told today are deemed to be written in 3 ~ 4C. The three scriptures of Ayuverda and "Yellow Emperor's Canon Internal Medicine(黃帝內經)" are very similar in historical position, transmission and separation and addition, pattern and importance of contents, etc, from the aspect of formation and transmission of scriptures when compared with herb medicine. The characteristics that "SuWen(素問)" concentrates on medical theory and "LingShu(靈樞)" focuses on acupuncture therapy are similar with the characteristics that "Caraka-sa
" values internal medicine and "Su
" appreciates surgery. The chapter 8 of "Caraka-sa
(闍羅迦集)" is called as 'a volume of completion (or a volume of success)' and describes details of 'pancakarma (which means five representative treatment methods, that is successful regulations of two kinds of basti(灌腸),
irsavirecana(油劑), virecana(下劑), vamana(吐劑). Therefore, the author compares summery of 'internal therapy' of Indian medicine and drug treatment method with Method Of 'Sweat, Vomit And Diarrhea of the representative treatment in herb medicine, based on "RuMenShiQin(儒門事親)" of ZhangZiHe(張子和).
A Study On "LeiGongPaoZhiLun(雷公炮炙論)" - Centering Of Processing Of Medicinal -
Ha, Hong-Ki ; Kim, Ki-Wook ; Park, Hyun-Kook ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 23~50
"LeiGongPaoZhiLun" is the first pharmaceutical book, and there are various opinion on when LeiXiao(雷斅), the author lived. From the aspect of several data, it is appropriate most that LeiXiao live in the period of Sui(隋) Dynasty, like SuSong(蘇頌) in the Sung Dynasty said, This book was not made at one time by one person. At the beginning, it was written by LeiXiao and the later generations enlarged to finish. The original of "LeiGongPaoZhiLun" disappeared already but a large amount of this book was quoted to "ZhengLeiBenCao(證類本草)" to be preserved. The contents of "LeiGongPaoZhiLun" are the first professional book about processing of medicinal, in which most of processing of medicinal that is generally used today, is included and some methods are unused. Besides, the regulations of this book are specific, the range is broad, and theoretical frame is established for the first time. This book has abundant contents, in which several processing of medicinal are written. There are 10 methods such as steaming(蒸法), boiling(煮法), baking(炮法), stir-frying(炒法), calcining(煅法), long time boiling(煉法), scorching(燒法), baking after wrapping(煨法), immersing(浸法), washing(洗法), flying(飛法), etc. How to remove some section that is not used for drug, how to separate according to medical use and region to be applied, how to smash, how to cut, how to dry, container for medicine, warning for making a prescription, time to make medicine and amount of medicine, how to distinguish superior and inferior and origin, how to make medicine partially, etc, are contained in this book. The contents of "LeiGongPaoZhiLun" can be mixture of processing of medicinal of medical scientists and taoists. In conclusion, however, the effect by the later medical generations of "LeiGongPaoZhiLun" was not great on processing of medicinal. It stemmed from the difference of processing of medicinal in this very taoistic book that realistic difficulties were disregarded by taoists for training and practical purpose, treatment that is the reason that later medical generations used processing of medicinal. Consequently, there is no great relation between the development of processing of medicinal in the Sung Dynasty and this book. "LeiGongYaoXingFu(雷公藥性賦)" that was abundant in medical market in Ming(明) and Qing(清) period has no relation with "LeiGongPaoZhiLun" is kind of a distribution-purposed book that was mnge in or after Ming Dynasty. However, since a book that is said to be written by 'LiGao(李杲)'PaoZhihis nof a dijust borrowed and focus on a brief summery, it is not desirable for beginners to learn medical knowledge. "LeiGongPaoZhiLun" is the first pharmaceutical book and is a model to show how a science in the history of the herb medicine generated and developed and how such a book is changed and modified to make a change of value.
The Literature Study on the Efficacy and Manufacturing Process of Gyeongoggo
Kim, Myung-Dong ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 51~64
Gyeongoggo is first described in the Collected Prescription by Hong Family in the Song Dynasty in China. It is composed of Radix Rehmnniae, Panax ginseng, Poria cocos, and Mel. Its main efficacy is to treat weakness of primordial essence of body and dry cough, and to invigorate qi and replenish yin principle. It is one of the most important prescriptions that people have been using for a long time. We studied the documents recorded in the medical classics and comprehended the following results. Gyeongoggo has efficacy to keep a person healthy and live long age, to treat amnesia and dizziness from brain weakness, to strengthen muscle and bone by improving function of stomach and colon, to improve a person's memory and judgement, to invigorate brain weakness, and, to treat tuberculosis and lung cancer. The longer a person take it, the better it is for one's health and meditation. When it is made, it is important to mix four components up, to boil it with an oak tree for three days and nights, and then to add water from a well to reduce heat for a full day, and to boil up again for a full day to mature fully. As gyeongoggo is acquired not only by the full heart of a manufacturer but also the sympathy of nature, it is important to choose a clean place to make and keep. When it is taken, it is proper to take it with warm water or liquors. And when it is made, we came to know that it is possible to make gyeongoggo with special efficacy by adding one to three more components.
Yun, Chang-Yeol ; Lee, Jeong-Tae ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 65~72
通過對始於四肢末端, 行向心性流走, 最終於肘膝關節之四關合入本經經脈的井滎腧經合五腧穴之流走的研究, 得出如下結論. 井滎腧經合始於四肢末端, 終於肘膝關節, 呈向心性流走, 而這種經絡流走方式, 除五腧穴之外尚有十二經別, 十五別絡, 十二經筋, 十二經脈之根結與標本, 以及馬王堆帛書之"足臂十一脈灸經"和"陰陽十一脈灸經"等多種情形, 其內容可謂豐富多樣. 營氣行於脈中, 衛氣行於脈外, 十二經脈之順次流走屬於營氣之循環, 而井滎腧經合之五腧穴的流走則當看作衛氣之流動. 體表屬於陽部, 四肢爲諸陽之本, 頭部則是諸陽之會, 皆爲屬於陽氣的衛氣之分布十分旺盛之處, 其中做爲諸陽之本的四肢部的陽衛之氣, 則按陽受氣於四末的原理, 呈向心性和向上性的運行特點, 且一步步的畜積其氣而去. 另外, 與井滎腧經合之五腧穴同樣具有向心性和向上性流走特點的十二經別, 十五別絡, 十二經筋, 十二經脈之根結和標本, 以及馬王堆帛書的"足臂十一脈灸經"和"陰陽十一脈灸經"等的脈氣流走, 亦都與衛氣之運行具有密切的相關關系.
오수혈(五腧穴)의 오행배합(五行配合)에 관(關)한 연구(硏究)
Yun, Chang-Yeol ; Lee, Jeong-Tae ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 73~80
通過對五腧穴的五行配合的研究, 得出如下結論. 对陰經五腧穴的井滎腧經合配以木火土金水, 是出于五腧穴的脈氣之出溜注行入之流动, 显现为木火土金水之五行屬性的缘故; 而对陽經五腧穴配以金水木火土, 则是出于陰經和陽經各自的五腧穴形成夫妻关系的缘故, 即 陰經五腧穴的井滎腧經合分别属于乙木, 丁火, 己土, 辛金和癸火, 故按夫妻相合之原理, 阳经便应配以庚金, 壬水, 甲木, 丙火和戊土, 最终成为金水木火土之五行属性. 陰經和陽經的五腧穴之天干配合原理中, 不仅凝聚着母子相生原理和夫妻相克原理, 还包含着相生中复有相克, 相克中复有相生的原理. 陰經五腧穴之始井穴之所以木作为其起始, 而陽經之始井穴则以金作为其起始, 其中蕴涵着臟腑为體, 經脈为用的陰體陽用及陽體陰用之原理. 陰經和陽經的五腧穴的五行屬性中, 隐含着十分丰富多样的金火交易之原理. 始于四肢末端, 合入肘膝关节的五腧穴的流走方式中, 包含着陽受氣於四末, 进而返本還元的陽氣回歸之原理. 在五臟为五腧穴, 在六腑则为六腧穴的原因, 乃是缘于六腑陽經各多出一个三焦原氣聚会的原穴之故. 对于原穴的五行屬性, 內經之诸多注释家都配以木性, 但从五運化为六氣时多出一个少陽相火, 五臟对应的六腑则多出一个三焦相火之原理来看, 原穴之五行屬性当配以火性方为妥当.
A study on Samchobyeonjeung(三焦辨證) of "OnByeongJoByeon(溫病條辨)"
Kim, Sang-Hyun ; Baik, You-Sang ; Jeong, Chang-Hyun ; Jang, Woo-Chang ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 81~100
Byeon Jeung[辨證], which is to differentiate symptoms is a process of assessing the patient's condition. And like any other differentiation system, a ceratin pathological perspective is embedded. In Onbyeonghak(溫病學), new Byeon Jeung systems were designed to complement the insufficient, existing perspectives on acute epidemic febrile diseases. Oguktong(吳鞠通)'s Samchobyeonjeung(三焦辨證) is one of these newly designed systems. Though the meaning of Samchobyeonjeung varies among Onbyeong(溫病) researchers, they stand on common grounds of differentiating damp-heat disease[濕熱病]. However, Oguktong(吳鞠通) clearly demonstrated this system on epidemic febrile diseases. Researchers have acknowledged the importance of Oguktong(吳鞠通)'s approach, but thorough analysis of the subject has been insufficient. In this study, I have primarily studied the meaning of Samchobyeonjeung by analyzing "Onbyeongjobyeon(溫病條辨)", followed by assessment of negative and positive aspects.
Trends of Studies on Medical Classics in Korea
Keum, Kyung-Soo ; Song, Ji-Chung ; Eom, Dong-Myung ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 101~107
The Korean Medical Classics[KMC] which established in Sepember 20th, 1983. is a major society in Medical Classics. KMC has studied on classics and related branches such as "Neijing", "Nanjing", "Shanghanlun", "Jinkuiyaolue", "Dongeuibogam", "Dongeuisusebowon", etc. through The Journal of Korean Medical Classics[JKMC] that KMC published. This article is written on 727 articles of JKMC from 1983 to early 2010 and focused on tendency of studies on medical classics in KMC and JKMC.
A Study of Paste Preparations in "Dongeuibogam"
Hong, Yun-Jung ; Song, Ji-Chung ; Lee, Si-Hyeoung ; Keum, Kyung-Soo ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 109~149
Objectives : The study contains formulas, medicinal herbs, how to make of paste preparations in "Dongeuibogam". Methods : I will try to find paste preparations in "Dongeuibogam" using a word, paste(膏). Results : Paste preparations are categorized into two types: the external and the internal medicine. Paste preparations were used not only in the dermatology disease but in the internal disease. The same formula name to have different information was written by other people. Various kinds of medicinal herbs, minerals, animals were used and type of oil or juice was used to dissolve these. Methods to process paste preparations were to grind medicines or extract from medicinal materials. Paste preparations for the external was used to put in eyes or to push into wound and apply them to the skin. Paste preparations for the internal was used to take with wine, water and herbal tea. Some paste preparations were used both external and internal. Conclusion : These results explain that Paste preparations were variously used in "Dongeuibogam".
A Review on quotations of "Zhenjing" in "Suwen" annotated by Wangbing
Eom, Dong-Myung ; Sim, Hyun-A ; Keum, Kyung-Soo ; Song, Ji-Chung ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 151~159
Objective : In "Suwen" annotated by Wangbing at Tang dynasty of China, there are many books that he quoted. "Zhenjing" is one of them. "Zhenjing" has been known as another name of "Lingshu". However, in Wangbing's annotations, "Zhenjing" and "Lingshu" are shown as quotation books. Method : "Zhenjing" and "Lingshu" are compared. Result : 2 quotations of "Zhenjing" out of 32 quotations are from "Suwen" instead of "Lingshu", 3 quotations are not related with "Lingshu", 3 quotations are similar with "Lingshu" and rest of them could be from "Lingshu". Conclusion : It is supposed that several types of "Lingshu" could be existed when Wangbing wrote annotated "Suwen".
A study on Etiologic factors in modern society
Min, Jin-Ha ; Baik, You-Sang ; Jang, Woo-Chang ; Jeong, Chang-Hyun ;
Journal of Korean Medical classics, volume 24, issue 2, 2011, Pages 161~181
In spite of the development of scientific and medical technology, the rate of prevalence and death of the chronic disease gets higher. Therefore people come to know prevention is more important than treatment in disease. In Western, it is nearly after 1970's when it is revealed that the major factor of chronic disease comes from habitual behaviors in everyday life. But that is common idea in Oriental Medicine since thousand years. In Oriental Medicine, the main cause of disease is composed of natural factor including climate condition, living-life factor, psycho-social factor, constitutional factor, inbody-pathologic-substance factor, and other factors including habits of using drug and medical service, injury, environmental pollutions, and occupational etiologic factors. Among these, the major factors of disease in modern society are lifestyle factors like the tendency of choosing and intaking food, the level of physical activity and labor, smoking and drinking alcohol, psychological tendency, the habits of using drug and medical service and so on. This is a practical aspect of oriental medicine where the most important etiologic factor comes from human behaviors, not from external factors like germ or virus. So that etiology in Oriental Medicine where improvement in the way of life is needed to prevent disease would play an important role in modern society.