28 characteristics of TCM pulses

28 characteristics of TCM pulses

The term pulse image is presumably not unfamiliar to many people. This is a saying of traditional Chinese medicine. By treating the pulse in the traditional Chinese medicine, the pulse can be used to initially determine the patient’s disease, so that the prescription can be more detailed.

  There are 28 common pulses in Chinese medicine. What are the specific manifestations of these pulses?

Let’s take a look together.

  Floating pulse: The pulse is frivolous. If you press the pulse slightly, the overlap speed is insufficient.

  Hong Mai: The pulse is suddenly broad, strong, and strong, but strong and weak when it comes.

  Zangmai: The pulse is frivolous and weak, soft.

  Scattering pulses: Fluffy and frivolous, like rootless duckweed, pulse speed jumps unevenly.

  Pulse: frivolous and large, but the burst is very empty.

  Leather veins: The pulses are frivolous, but they also fight against the fingertips of the pulses, showing that the two sides of the hollow space are hard, similar to a drum.

  The above pulses are easy to get.

  Shen pulse: Shen is heavy. The pulse manifestation of Shen pulse is that it is difficult to feel with a light touch. It takes a little effort to realize the pulse on the wrist.

  Fu pulse: Fu pulse is like latent pulse. Fu pulse is more difficult to get than Shen pulse. You need to press the bones to get pulse.

  Weak pulse: The pulse is thin and weak, and it is difficult to detect the pulse if you do not press it again.

  The pulse: This kind of pulse manifests as a deep and solid pulse. It must be pressed to obtain it. The pulse is solid and broad, and the rhythm is long.

  The common feature of the above several pulses is that they can be obtained by pressing again.

  Delayed pulse: Delayed means slowness, slowness, delayed pulse manifested as slowness, and the pulse of a breathing time pulse is less than 4 times here, it is delayed pulse.

  Slow pulse: The slow pulse is slightly faster than the late pulse. There are four beats between each breath, but the pulse is still slow and weak.

  Astringent: Astringent, as astringent, the specific manifestation of astringent pulse is delayed pulse, not smooth.

  Knots: The appearance of pulses is still slow, at the same time there will be irregular stops, and the number of stops cannot be determined.

  The common feature of the above several pulses is that the pulses are slow but slow and irregular.

  Counting pulses: The appearance of counting pulses is that the pulse beats more than five times between each breath, but not enough seven times.

  Disease pulse: Disease means fast, disease pulse means that the pulse beats fast, and each breath can reach seven or eight times.

  Promoting pulse: Promoting pulse is an irregular stop on the basis of counting pulses.

  Artery: It means that the pulse beat is short and strong at the same time.

  The common feature of the above several pulses is that the pulse beats for five to five or more.

  Real pulse: Opposite to the virtual pulse, the real pulse is full and powerful.

  Slippery pulse: Slippery is smooth, the pulse is like glass and round.

  String pulse: The pulse is straight and long, just like a string.

  Tight pulse: The pulse is tense and fingers snap.

  Long pulse: Contrast to short, long pulse.

  Big pulse: The pulse is broad and calm, without showing turbulence.

  The common feature of the above several pulses is that they should be powerful.

  Pulses are an important basis for TCM diagnosis. The above is a brief introduction to 28 common pulses. I hope it will help you.

  Deficiency pulse: Deficiency is deflection, and the pulse response is weak on the fingertips.

  Thin pulse: The pulse is like a thin thread, and the reaction is more obvious on the fingertips.

  Micropulse: This pulse appears to be soft and sometimes absent in the future.

  Generation pulse: Slow and regular pauses.

  Short pulse: As the name suggests, it is a short pulse from the head to the tail.  The common feature of the above several pulses is that they should mean weakness.

  Real pulse: Opposite to the virtual pulse, the real pulse is full and powerful.
  Slippery pulse: Slippery is smooth, the pulse is like glass and round.
  String pulse: The pulse is straight and long, just like a string.

  Tight pulse: The pulse is tense and fingers snap.
  Long pulse: Contrast to short, long pulse.
  Big pulse: The pulse is broad and calm, without showing turbulence.
  The common feature of the above several pulses is that they should be powerful.
  Pulses are an important basis for TCM diagnosis. The above is a brief introduction to 28 common pulses. I hope it will help you.