Section 1: Analytics
The first branch of the Free-Warrior Medicine is the analysis. This is about the perception and allocation of existing symptoms, complaints and illnesses on the basis of logic and rationality, which are the necessary basis of any recommendation. The ability to analyze in the sense of the Free-Warrior Medicine requires knowledge of human anatomy and its functioning.
Section 2: Herbology & Nutrition
The second focus of the Free-Warrior Medicine is the knowledge about herbology and nutrition. This refers to the knowledge about medicinal plants, medicinal herbs and other nutritive bodies (e.g. animal nutritive bodies or minerals), which can have a positive effect on the human body in the sense of a food supplement. The ability to handle healing and nutritive bodies requires knowledge of Yaan meditation (especially smelling and tasting).
Section 3: Massage Techniques
The third branch of the Free-Warrior Medicine is the massage. The branch of the massage is further divided into pressure massage (acupressure), stretching massage (directional massage) and energy massage. By reversing these techniques, the grip and pressure point techniques of LING LOM were created. The traditional massage refers to the mechanical influence of another person as well as of oneself (self-massage).