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            A Patient's Guide to Chinese Medicine (excerpts and commentary)

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            How Clean & Pure Is Chinese Medicine?

            How Clean & Pure Is Chinese Medicine?

            Over the years we hear reports of contamination or mislabeling of imported Chinese herbal products. Some of these stories turn out to be exaggerated, but others need to be taken seriously.

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            Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine

            Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine

            Chinese Herbal Medicine   Gifts of Heaven and Earth  Chinese herbal medicine is easily the  most highly evolved medical system in the world. Its immense scale of experience spans countless trillions of administrations over thousands of years.    Over 10,000 natural...

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            Techniques of Chinese Medicine

            Techniques of Chinese Medicine

            Acupuncture & Moxabustion:  Where There's Pain There's No Flow.Where There's Flow, There's No Pain Acupuncture Theory Acupuncture is a complete medical system originating in China幸运彩规则 thousands of years ago. Today it is used throughout the world to treat hundreds of...

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            The Theories of TCM: The 8 Principles

            The Theories of TCM: The 8 Principles

            Ba Gang Bian Zheng: The Eight Principles: Differentiating Disease And Understanding Its Nature The Eight Principles are four YIN / YANG pairs of conditions which assess the location and nature of the illness. Once this is known, the treatment plan is...

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            Theories of TCM, The Five Elements

            Theories of TCM, The Five Elements

            WU XING: The Five Elements, and the Correspondences A Storm in the Mountains, and the Valley is Flooded A Unique Way to Understand How Things Interact WU XING, has been translated in many different ways.  It's been called the Five Elements, Five Phases, Five Agents, and other names.  Viewing...

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            Theory of the Channels and Acupuncture Points

            Theory of the Channels and Acupuncture Points

            Channels and Acupuncture Points Where There's Flow, There's No Pain Many people receiving acupuncture for the first time are surprised by the placement of the needles.  Needles are often placed in the extremities for reasons that seem less than obvious....

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