In terms of
contents, all these texts are highly related: The Laozi Daodejing
contains much of the philosophy inherent to Traditional Chinese
Medicine (TCM) in the original Chinese medical texts. Hence, a
study of the Laozi Daodejing may be viewed as an essential pre-requisite of the
other three medical texts that follow.
The Suwen and the Lingshu form part of the Huangdi Neijing, with the Suwen forming an introductory text and the Lingshu being a more advanced text relatiung to more clinical matters.
The Nanjing as a separate work and not forming part of the Huangdi Neijing complements the material covered in the Huangdi Neijing text canon.
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