The Layman's Guide to Acupuncture

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Weatherhill, 1972 - Medical - 143 pages
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Acupuncture can seem mysterious, even daunting. This illustrated guidebook introduces readers to the theory and practice of acupuncture and acupressure, as well as related treatment methods. The book also explores the ancient sources of Chinese medicine, the energy theory that is the foundation of acupuncture and the martial arts, stimulating acupuncture points with heat and electricity, and using acupressure points for self-defense.

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User Review  - Nusaybah Niara - Goodreads

Most people have heard at least a little something about Chinese acupuncture, but I was able to determine the principal difference between Chinese and Japanese treatments with the help of this book ... Read full review


Foreword by Sally Reston
An Introductory Overview
The Concepts of Energy and YinYang

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