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'Pancreatitis - An Example of Wen Bing Disease in the Qi Level ' Webinar Presented by Dr Cynthia Lankenau

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Chinese Herbs

About the Webinar

Warm Disease Theory (Wen Bing Xue) is the most modern of the Chinese Classical theories. Warm disease Theory was developed as an independent system during Qing Dynasty; the last imperial dynasty 1600-1912. Until that time, The Shang Han Lun On Cold Damage was the classic text that dealt with the invasion of external cold pathogens. Although this theory explained an ability of cold pathogens to be transformed into warm pathogens, the theories of an invading warm pathogen had not been developed. As practitioners accumulated more experience with more cultivation and advanced herbal knowledge, theories specific to warm invasion were developed using the Shang Han Lun On Cold Damage as a framework to understand disease progression. In the Wen Bing theory, it was asserted that warm pathogens could enter the body through the mouth and nose. The theory also states that warm diseases develop and transmit through four aspects: Defense, Wei; Qi; Construction, Ying, and Blood; damp-heat disease forms from factors in Yang Ming and Tai Yin; and that Triple Heater pathology.

One of the traditional characteristics of Warm diseases is that they are caused by externally contracted warm heat pathogens including environmental heat stress. They can also be caused by damage from internal disorders; vaccine antigens injected directly into the deeper layers, injected pathogenic substances from insect bites; food toxins, pesticides; and internal emotions. Warm diseases can be infectious, epidemic, seasonal, or geographic.

In this presentation Dr Lankeanu details the principles of Wen Bing Xue used in a case of para-duodenal pancreatitis that was cured primarily with the use of use of a Classical Wen Bing formula. Cool the Diaphragm, Liang Ge San will be illustrated with photos and videos from her own integrative practice.  

Originally presented at the 2020 IVAS & CIVT Joint Online Congress, CIVT is pleased to offer this lecture as a recording.

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Speakers

Dr Cynthia Lankenau
DVM Grad Dip VWHM ACVHM CVA , RH (AHG), MS (TCVM)
Cynthia Lankenau, DVM, graduated from Cornell’s Veterinary College in 1981 and joined a 99% dairy practice in upstate NY with a total love of working with small dairy farms. In the attempt to expand her practice knowledge, she joined the...
10 Webinars and 2 Courses

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Inclusions

  • Access to a recording of the webinar that you can view as many times as you wish
  • Lecture Notes
  • Certificate of Attendance

CE Credits

  • 2 IVAS Credit