Male Infertility: An Integrative Manual of Western and Chinese Medicine

Classical Chinese Medicine in Male Infertility

Author(s): Giovanna Franconi

Pp: 90-99 (10)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681086637118010009

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


In Classical Chinese Medicine (CCM) the Kidney and Jing are at the root of reproduction. In CCM, the Kidney Jing is also nourished by the Jin Ye Fluids, which are lowered from the Lung. The Organs that have the most important role in male reproduction in CCM, in addition to the Kidney, are the Lung, the Spleen, and the Stomach. The formation of the Jin Ye Fluids and the points which control the formation of sperm are clearly described and discussed.

Keywords: Bao, Classical Chinese Medicine, Extraordinary Bowels, Fluids, Gallbladder, Gao, Jeffrey Yuen, Jin Fluids, Jin Ye, Jing, Jing-Ye, Ling Shu, Lung, Marrow, Kidney, Qi, Stomach, Su Wen, Turbid, Ye Fluids.

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