The effect of Tai Chi on blood


The effect of Tai Chi on blood

Chinese medicine believes that qi and blood are the basic substances that constitute the human body, and are the material basis of the human body’s organs, meridians, and tissues and organs.

Qi is blood handsome, blood is a gas mother, and the harmony and smoothness of blood is the key to human health.

Taijiquan focuses on the practice of fineness, qi, and gods, especially when it is required to use the conductors to guide the body, so that the blood runs smoothly and calms.

Therefore, it is common for people who practice Taijiquan for a long time. Even if they are fighting outdoors in the winter, there is no need to wear gloves. After practice, the hands are still warm.

This only shows that practicing Tai Chi can promote the operation of blood and blood only.

銆€銆€Traditional Chinese medicine sums up the gas into: vitality, qi, camp, and qi; among them, vitality is the driving force of human life.

The qi is a mixture of the subtle gas of the water valley and the natural air, which is accumulated in the chest to supplement the vitality.

The camp is in the veins, raising the five internal organs and the limbs.

Wei Wei is outside the pulse, with the role of meat, fat, and opening and closing.

Their synergy ensures the smooth flow of blood and maintains the function of all parts of the body.

銆€銆€Taijiquan divides vitality, qi, and qi into internal gas, and categorizes qi as external gas. Through cultivation, storage, and transportation, the four aspects are used to practice qi and health.

In particular, Wu Toutnan’s master’s prophecy and cultivation of vitality.

Running camp gas and developing Weiqi is the key to Taijiquan health care.