Nei Ching

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Nei Ching

the Yellow Emperors' Classic of Internal Medicine as part of the history of Chinese medicine.
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According to Huangdi Neijing (Yellow Emperor's Canon of Medicine) (Li, 2005), a TCM classic, the four seasons are featured by spring-birth, summer-growth, autumn-reaping, and winter-storing, which means the energy begins to grow in Spring, enhances fast in Summer, reaches its peak in Autumn, and decreases in Winter.
Huangdi Neijing develops therapeutic principles based on syndrome differentiation, seasonal changes, geographical localities, and individual constitution.
Kim Tujong [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] assumes that all 164 volumes were medical and accordingly identifies "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]" as the two medical compendia Huangdi neijing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and Huangdi waijing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], both of which are mentioned in the Honshu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], but this has no justification since the only recorded senses of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are "Buddhist texts" and "non-Buddhist texts" respectively: Han'guk uihaksa (Seoul: T'amgudang, 1966), 30.