Eastern Medicine Theory

One of the basic theories in Eastern medicine are that we have three main energy sources that sustain life: the air we breathe, the food we eat, and the inherited “jing” we are born with. Our jing is what enables us to fully develop in our mother’s womb. Our jing is stored within our bodies and becomes the substance for our growth, development, and reproduction. While we continually replenish our energy with food, water, and air, our jing provides us with the deep reserves of energy we can call on for health needs, crisis, and reproduction.