What is Chinese Medicine?

Chinese Medicine, the official journal of the International Society for Chinese Medicine, is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that encompasses all aspects of research on Chinese medicine, provided the material, methods, results, and conclusions are evidence-based, scientifically justified, and ethical.

Areas of interest include herbal medicine, health food, clinical nutrition, acupuncture, Tui-na, Qi-qong, Tai Chi Quan, energy research, medical education, cultural exchange, and technical translation.

Chinese Medicine is a credible channel to disseminate unbiased scientific data, information, and knowledge in Chinese medicine to researchers, clinicians, academics, and students in Chinese medicine, integrative Chinese-Western medicine, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), and related biomedical fields.

Latest Article

Saponin accumulation in the seedling root of Panax notoginseng
Dong Wang, Hongtao Zhu, Keke Chen, Min Xu, Yingjun Zhang, Chongren Yang
Chinese Medicine 2011, 6:5 (24 January 2011)
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Anti-proliferative effects of raw and steamed extracts of Panax notoginseng and its ginsenoside constituents on human liver cancer cells
Ding-Fung Toh, Dhavalkumar Narendrabhai Patel, Eric Chun-Yong Chan, Alvin Teo, Soek-Ying Neo, Hwee-Ling Koh
Chinese Medicine 2011, 6:4 (24 January 2011)
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Peripheral muscarinic receptors mediate the anti-inflammatory effects of auricular acupuncture
Wai YEUNG Chung, Hongqi Zhang, Shi PING Zhang
Chinese Medicine 2011, 6:3 (21 January 2011)
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Perception of Deqi by Chinese and American acupuncturists: a pilot survey
Kathleen KKS Hui, Tara N Sporko, Mark G Vangel, Ming Li, Jiliang Fang, Lixing Lao
Chinese Medicine 2011, 6:2 (20 January 2011)
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Misdiagnosis and undiagnosis due to pattern similarity in Chinese medicine: a stochastic simulation study using pattern differentiation algorithm
Arthur S Ferreira
Chinese Medicine 2011, 6:1 (12 January 2011)

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