Principles of Tibetan Medicine: The Only Introduction You'll Ever Need
Tibetan medicine, an ancient system of mind and body healing, is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative health treatment. This book, the first self-help guide to Tibetan medicine, outlines the history, the techniques, and the simple and safe herbal treatments and exercises that prevent illness and create energy. The author also includes an international resource directory and information on how to find a qualified practitioner.
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