Traditional Chinese medicine has a long and complex history, yet the basic principles on the heart of practice remain, and are just as important these days. With no solid grounding in these basic theories, effective practice cannot take place, and this book provides a complete introduction to the whole lot that practitioners, both new and experienced, want to know. The authors outline the entire fundamental theories of the TCM approach, including yin/yang, the five elements, the zang and fu organs, Zang Xiang, Qi and the meridians and collaterals of the body. Explaining the basic principles upon which these elements work, and how they interrelate, the authors describe how they may be able to be used to identify, treat and prevent sick-health and disease. This thorough and accessible book, compiled by the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center (CBIATC), is very important reading for students of traditional Chinese medicine, and can be a useful basic reference for TCM practitioners.
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