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KCI등재 학술저널

아유르베다와 한의학의 비교연구

3도샤이론과 오행체질이론을 중심으로

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Modern medicine has been continuing to develop but still faces limitations. Recently, alternative medicines such as Ayurvedic or Oriental Medicine is being used efficiently, necessitating more research in these systems. The aim of this study was to investigate the similarities, differences and mutual complemental points between Ayurveda and Oriental Medicine in order to provide good methods for preventing and curing diseases. The similarities in Ayurveda and Oriental Medicine were that of the same definition of five the components of the body constitution, and similar diagnoses methods for recognizing health conditions. Body composition is sorted within diagnoses (macjin method), thereafter treatments are recommended such as eating habits and life styles for curing the particular disease. The differences are that Ayurveda is derived from the two roots of life and knowledge, while Oriental Medicine has one basic cosmology. And the causes of disease in Oriental Medicine were external, internal, and any other included characteristic. Ayurveda considers only the unbalance of the three dosha namely Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. In treatment of disease, Ayurveda had none of the Sangsaeng-Sangkuk theories, and locates fire in the center of five points, while for Oriental Medicine it is the earth. Also Ayurveda has a controlled body and soul curative methods that have developed treatments including yoga, breath, meditation, and mantras. But the principles of Oriental Medicine are about left and right-side definition with condition of tenderness and strength. Therefore the knowledge of the strength of the left side at birth and the right side during pregnancy can complement weaknesses and simultaneously used immediate and effective treatments such as spit(Chim), moxa(Dtum), or cupping(Buhang) therapy in curing diseases when more extreme methods are warranted. Otherwise the treatment method in Ayurveda considers the inherent unbalance of the body. The combination of Ayurveda and Oriental Medicine attributes can create health care that can substitute for other pathologic, physiologic and pharmacological treatment.

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Ⅳ. 결론 및 논의

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