“清氣在下,濁氣在上”에 대한 考察 - 傷寒論 病症과의 비교 -
Understanding the Phenomenon of “Clear Qi Below, Turbid Qi Above” with Reference to Symptom Patterns of the Sanghallon (Treatise on Cold Damage 傷寒論)
- 박상균(Park Sang-Kyun) 방정균(Bang Jung-Kyun)
- 제32권 제1호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 33 - 42 (10 pages)
Objective : Describe the phenomenon of “clear qi below, turbid qi above” as found in the Somun･Eumyangeungsangdaelon (Major Essay on Yinyang Resonances and Appearances 素問･陰陽應象大論) and compare this pattern with water-grain dysentery and flatulence symptom patterns in the Sanghallon (Treatise on Cold Damage). Method : Study the annotation of the Hwangjenaegyeong (Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic 黃帝內經) and compare the results with the Sanghallon’s water-grain dysentery and flatulence. Conclusions and Results : The causes of water-grain dysentery and flatulence are associated with the ascending and descending properties of Yin and Yang. Additionally, these symptoms can also be caused by pathogenic heat, turbid pathogenic factors, and interruption of the movement of clear and turbid qi. Aspects of water-grain dysentery resemble several patterns found in the Sanghallon. If caused by a weakness of yang qi, it resembles Sayeoktang (四逆湯) syndrome. Weakness of spleen qi resembles Ijungtang (理中湯) syndrome. Flatulence is similar to fullness in the chest syndrome, which in the Sanghallon is caused by an obstruction of cold qi. If there is excessive cold, water-grain dysentery is similar to the syndrome of Gyeolhyung (結胸). If the qi is not scattered, deficiency syndrome is similar to Gyejigejagyaktang (桂枝去芍藥湯) syndrome and excess syndrome is similar to Mahwangtang (麻黃湯) syndrome. When flatulence is caused by fever in chest, it is similar to Chijasitang (梔子豉湯) syndrome. When caused by heat and phlegm build up in chest, it is similar to Sipjotang (十棗湯) syndrome.