The prescriptions of “Treatise on Febrile and Miscellaneous Diseases” were hailed as “jingfang” by later generations. Among them, “Treatise on Febrile Diseases” actually contains 113 prescriptions, and “The Synopsis of the Golden Chamber” actually contains 262 prescriptions, excluding the repetitive prescriptions, a total of 178 prescriptions and 151 medicines. taste.
The characteristics of classic prescriptions can be summarized as “universal, simple, inexpensive, and effective.” The classic prescriptions are well-matched and used properly, which often has the effect of covering the cup and reaching the drum.
Traditional Chinese medicine experts in ancient and modern times, both at home and abroad, often use Jing Fang as the mother prescription to cut out a series of prescriptions.
Interpretation of Classics
In the pre-Qin and two Han dynasties, the “Hanshu·Yiwenzhi·Fangjilue” recorded four main medical schools, namely “medical classics, classic prescriptions, gods, and Fangzhong”.
The original books of the eleven schools of Jingfang have now been lost. Including “Five Zang Liu Fu Bi Twelve Disease Prescriptions” in 30 volumes, “Five Zang Six Prefecture Hernia and Sixteen Disease Prescriptions” in 40 volumes, “Five Zang Six Prefectures and Twelve Disease Prescriptions” in 40 volumes, and “Feng Han Hot Ten” “Six Disease Prescriptions” in twenty-six volumes, “Taishi Huangdi Bianque Yu Hing Fang” in twenty-three volumes, “Five Zang Shangzhong Eleven Disease Prescriptions” in thirty-one volumes, and “Ke Ji Wu Zang Kuang Dian Disease Prescriptions” in ten Seven volumes, 30 volumes of “Prescriptions for Jinchuang Zhuan”, 19 volumes of “Prescriptions for Women and Infants”, 32 volumes of “Tangye Jingfa”, and 7 volumes of “Shen Nong Huangdi Food Forbidden”.
Tao Hongjing in the Liang Dynasty once saw the “Tangye Jingfa” with his own eyes, and extracted some prescriptions from it, and wrote it as a volume of “Fuxing Jue Zangfu Application Method”.
“Treatise on Febrile Diseases and Miscellaneous Diseases” by Zhang Zhongjing in the Han Dynasty (later divided into “Treatise on Febrile Diseases” and “Synopsis of the Golden Chamber”), including 113 pieces of “Treatise on Febrile Diseases” and 262 pieces of “Synopsis of the Golden Chamber”, except Repeat, a total of 178 prescriptions, 151 flavors of medicine. Jingfang is “the ancestor of medical prescriptions”. Later generations of Chinese medical experts called “Treatise on Febrile and Miscellaneous Diseases” as the “Book of Living Man” and “the ancestor of prescriptions”, and praised Zhang Zhongjing as the “Sage of Medicine”. Traditional Chinese medicine experts in ancient and modern times, both at home and abroad, often use Jing Fang as the mother prescription, and cut out a series of prescriptions based on the principle of syndrome differentiation.
Physicians who use classic prescriptions are usually called typhoid school
The characteristics of Jingfang can be summarized as “universal, simple, clean and effective”.
Zhang Zhongjing (150-219 years), famous machine (made by “The Mirror of Ancient Gods and Immortals”), written by Zhongjing, was born in Nieyang County, Nanyang County (now Dengzhou City and Zhenping County, Henan Province), a famous medical scientist in the late Eastern Han Dynasty .