China and Europe: Who has more Advanced Sciences and Medicine?
In the early years of medicine things were slowly coming into perspective that there where many different ways to help and cure people. In ancient china (500-1500 C.E.) they themselves were quite interested in the healing ways. Back then many doctors used very old yet somewhat effective methods of primitive medicine. Primitive medicine is an ancient practice done by people even before this era. It was widely used and even still used today in very many modern and rural areas. Primitive medicine is the act of finding and using herbs as a means to become healthy or cure themselves of a disease or illness. The thing with the herbs however where that they must be completely edible in terms of it will not kill you when eaten. With this being said many herbs given out by doctors did tend to have serious side effects such a vomiting or runny nose and some times diarrhea. Even though the herbs had these side effects they did not kill but instead put you through a little trouble but in exchange for a clear bill of health when it was all over.
Also another commonly used thing was acupuncture. This method of healing is also used today in urban and rural areas that practice medicine. In China back then acupuncture was used to clear energy blockages. Since the Chinese believed that most sickness and trouble came from an issue in energy, meaning there were blockages in the energy flow and affects them in a negative way displayed through sickness, they used methods to attempt to clear these blockages and free up space and enable the energy itself to flow freely and more comfortably throughout the body eliminating the sickness with it. Acupuncture is a means of sticking needles into certain chi and chakra points in the body to make it positively healthy and break up and free all blocks in energy.
China not only used these primitive and spiritual methods but where also the pioneers of one of the greatest things...