There are four seasons in a year, with rules governing what are best to do in each season. The 24 solar terms include Spring Commences, Spring Showers, Insects Waken, Vernal Equinox, Bright and Clear, Corn Rain, Summer Commences, Corn Forms, Corn on Ear, Summer Solstice, Moderate Heat, Great Heat, Autumn Commences, End of Heat, White Dew, Autumnal Equinox, Cold Dew, Frost, Winter Commences, Light Snow, Heavy Snow, Winter Solstice, Moderate Cold and Severe Cold. During time of spring and summer, the flow of Yang increases and the weather is humid and hot; as for autumn and winter time, weather becomes cooler and drier. Therefore, dietary focus should be around reducing dampness and relieving heat during spring and summer, whereas in autumn and winter, dietary focus should be around nourishing the Yin and supplementing the Yang.
Course Code: HRI18039
Tutor: Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner
Number Of People: 16 - 30
Duration: 1 - 1.5 Hours, 2 Hours
Course Type: Talk