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    EditorialBoard Advisors Somchai Bovornkitti Editor Vichai Chokevivat Suwit Wibulpolprasert Associate Editors Wongduern Jindawatthana Chayan Pichaensoonthon Suphan Srithamma ExecutiveEditor Papassorn Chemboonsri

    MembersJiraporn Limpananont Yenchit Techadamrongsin Prapoj Pratrakard Anchalee Chaiyasuj Wichai Eungpinichpong Vichai Chankittiwat Thongchai Sooksawate Anchalee Chuthaputi Pravit Akarasereenont Saowanee Kulsomboon Sanan Subhadhirasakul Rutchanee Chantraket Trungta Poolpolamnuay Tewan Thaneerut Kanyanoot Taoprasert Aurutchat Vichaidit Pichet Wechvithan Pakakrong Kwankhao JournalManager Pawana Khumtrakul

    Journal of Thai Traditional & Alternative Medicine is owned by the Department for Development of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine, Ministry of Public Health for the presentation of research works and technical papers on Thai traditional medicine, indigenous medicine and alternative medicine. The journal is published every four monts and will be issued on April, August, and December.

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    EDITORIAL,Note Vichai Chokevivat Special Article Case study : Foetid cassia (Senna tora (L.)Roxb.) Vichai Chokevivat REVIEW ARTICLE TheOriginofSen Prathan Sip Prapoj Petrakard Original Articles Antibacterialactivityofseven

    IndigenousVegetables

    Jiraporn Burakorn Ruenkaew Praphruet Studyontheexamination,diagnosis

    andtreatmentbasedonthetheories

    of10mainenergylines(sen prathan sib) andelements(tard)ofThaimassage therapists

    Makorn Limudomporn Pakakrong Kwankhao Boontam Kitniyom Yongsak Tantipidok Pinit Chinsoi Kanchana Buadok Jiraporn Yovatit Kunanit Hongtrong Pawatsara Kampheratham Sudarat Suwanpong

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    Contents TheassociationbetweenThai

    TraditionalMedicineDhammanamai

    HealthPromotionProgramand

    qualityoflifeindiabetespatientsin

    Kantharalakdistrict,SiSaKetprovince

    Prapa Pithaksa Pannasuk salitool Miscellaneous MonographofSelectedThaiMateria

    Medica:PHLAI subcommittee on the preparation of monofraphs of selected thai materia medica Appendix DictionaryofThaiTraditionalMedicine andPharmacy(13)

    Subcommittee on the Preparation of the Dictionary of Traditional Thai Medicine And Pharmacy Journal Club Thongchai Sooksawate Instructions to Authors

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    Abstract The Origin of Sen Prathan Sib Prapoj Patrakard* *Federation of Thai Traditional Medicine, Sport Garden Building, 2nd Floor, Tiwanon Rd., Ministry of Public Health, Nonthaburi 11000 Sen Prathan Sib or ten primary energy lines (paths) in traditional Thai massage are Ida, Pingala, Sushumna, Kalathari, Sahasrangsi, Dwari, Chandabhusang, Rujam, Sukumang, and Sikhini. Knowing about the origin of Sen Prathan Sib or how the knowledge about the ten energy lines was derived is very important because it will connect us to the root of knowledge and the theory of the Sen (energy lines). The traditional standard textbooks of traditional Thai massage which were systematically recorded are Massage Illustrations (Pharb Phaen Nuad) of Wat Phra Chetuphon (a Buddhist temple), the Textbook of Etiology (Rok Nithan Khamchan 11) with a section on Sen Sib (ten energy lines), and Massage Scripture Volumes 1 and 2 in the Royal Medical Textbook (Tamra Vechasart Chabab Luang) of King Rama V, but no mention was made of the energy lines origin. A comparison Sen Prathan Sib theory with Nadis (energy lines or paths) of yoga shows that both of them have some similarities such as the belief in the routes of wind element, the number of routes or lines (totaling 72,000), and three lines of Sen Prathan Sib and three lines of Nadis having the same names (i.e. Ida, Pingala, Sushumna). The main path of Ida in Thai massage is on the left side of the body and Pingala is on the right side, while the Nadi Ida and Nadi Pingala cross each other on the left and right sides of the body. Moreover, the wind line of Ida in Thai massage and Nadi Ida are the same (wind of the moon); and the wind of Pingala in Thai massage and Nadi Pingala are the same (wind of the sun). The main paths of Sushumna in Thai massage and Nadi Sushumna are in the midline of the body. However, there is no evidence of the other lines of Sen Prathan Sib, except that in the Thai Massage Textbooks there are records of the pressure points in healing symptoms and the relationship between Sen Prathan Sib and the elements including the etiology of their deterioration and malfunctioning as well as the effect of seasonal changes. Such matters are not mentioned in any yoga textbooks, which however contain some information about illness etiology and diagnosis. It is believed that Thai massage therapists have adopted such principles of etiology and diagnosis and got them modified for application; later on they became the Thai massage wisdom. That was because, in Ayurvedic massage, oil is used and it is a part of the Panja Karma (five actions) which do not mention about Sen Prathan Sib or the 14 Nadis in the yoga principle. Key words: Sen Prathan Sib, Thai massage, Ten primary energy lines

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