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Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine
Volume 07 - 2007
Date: 2008

Journal: Pages 447-458

February 2008 | A study on the classification system of herbology…

Woo-Chang Jang1, Chang-Hyun Jeong1, Yoo-Sang Baik1*, In-Seok Mohk2, Me-Riong Kim2 andYun-Ji Kim2

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Summary

​This paper reviews the historic origin and traits of the classification system used in currentKorean herbology textbooks. By reassessing its value, it proposes the most relevant path forfuture revisions and supplementations. Through an evaluation of the history of the modern styleof classification in terms of its efficacy and statistic analysis of the distribution of individual herbsin each category, this paper shows how the classification systems of Korean herbology textbookswere influenced by contemporary Chinese herbology, particularly that of the Cheong [淸]Dynasty. An examination of the academic background, strengths and weaknesses of eachclassification system demonstrates the need for future research on classification systems toconcentrate on resolving the following issues: how well the setting and composition of eachclassification system reflects reality, and how closely it is connected to related sciences such asetiology and pathogenesis, prescriptionology, and diagnosis.


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