The traditional and oriental Chinese medication (TCM), or Chinese drug, is an antiquated medicinal framework that takes a profound comprehension of the laws and examples of nature and applies them to the human body. One imperative way that TCM varies from western prescription is in the connectedness of the world and the human body.This view depends on the old Chinese impression of people as microcosms of the bigger, encompassing universe interconnected with nature and subject to its powers. The human body is viewed as a natural element in which the different organs, tissues, and different parts have capacities yet are overall reliant. In this view, well being, and sickness identify with the equalization of the capacities.Determination requires watching, particularly the tongue, hearing/smelling, asking/talking, and contacting/palpating (particularly the beat. The five elements - fire, earth, metal, water, and wood each relate to a specific organ or tissue in the body and clarify how the body functions.