We are heading into winter, the first shift has come and gone. Now the cold is coming: there´s a smell of snow in the air like a whisper from our past. In this post we are going to look at winter, and how chinese medicine sees it and treats patients in it. If you want to get more out of this text I recommend you to read the previous post about autumn, where we talked more about the Daoist/Taoist skills in blending with the seasons and how their view on natural change has become one of the fundamental building-blocks of Chinese medicine.
That waits upon your grace?
Tendering my person's safety, hath appointed
This conduct to convey me to the Tower.
Upon what cause?
Because my name is George.
Alack, good doctor, that fault is none of yours;
He should, for that, commit your godfathers:--
O, belike his majesty hath some intent
That you should be new-christen'd in the Tower.
But what's the matter, Clarence? may I know?
Yea, Richard, when I know; for I protest
As yet I do not: but, as I can learn,
He hearkens after prophecies and dreams;
warm-hearted needles lit by moxa perchance