Human history is rich and mysterious. In The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine, a Chinese work that dates back to 100 BCE, the emperor and his minister Chhi Po were having a conversation about acupuncture. The emperor tediously questions the minister about the different techniques involving needles and control of the life energy chi, and the minister patiently answers these questions on the basis of the healing traditions that were passed down to him by his ancestors. This magnificent book marks the first mention of the now popular Chinese method, Acupuncture.
Acupuncture is aptly named: Acu meaning needle and puncturemeaning piercing. Like all systems of ancient medicine, acupuncture deals with the belief that the energy in a being is concentrated at specific points- called acupuncture points. This system is also very similar to the chakra system, which also deals with specific chakras or energy rich regions in the body.
But acupuncture is startlingly unique even among other alternative medicine bodies. For starters, it involves a precious understanding of both modern medicine and holistic healing. To be able to predict the areas of imbalance in the body and accurately target those areas with needles- this requires knowledge and extensive practice. Another feat that acupuncture has triumphed in is that it has gained remarkable admiration from the western science community. It has been acknowledged as a full fledged academic course in many universities across the world.
The biggest strength of acupuncture lies in two things: the evolution of acupuncture over the ages, and the intense research done on the acupuncture points and energy balance methods.
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acupuncture points .... aka needles
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acupuncture feels awesome.
Acupuncture is spread throughout the world.
no their are certain risks that could result in acupuncture
Acupuncture in Medicine was created in 1982.
Acupuncture originated in China. The earliest reference to acupuncture is in a Chinese medical journal from the second century BCE.
I have had acupuncture for my back and it wasn't on the tongue. I found acupuncture fairly painless for the most part and it did help.
Acupuncture originated in China.
Acupuncture can be used as an antidote to cure allergies.
Stylostixis is another word for acupuncture.
can acupuncture cause a rash
Acupuncture originated in China over 3,500 years ago
long flexible needles are usedin acupuncture
Acupuncture can be done on children as young as 2 years of age.
Yes, acupuncture can cause rash & hives.
Acupuncture means inserting fine needles into various points on the body. Acupuncture is a Latin word which is acus and pungere to prick.
No. Acupuncture is NOT covered by Medicare. Medicare considers it an umproven treatment and specifically says it is an out of pocket expense for Medicare recipients
Acupuncture does not really help hammer toes. Acupuncture increases blood flow to the feet and other areas but does not change malformations.
I have numerous articles about acupuncture and what it is good for on my website. The link can be found below.
im 12 and i had acupuncture in my neck and shoulder and they were in for 7 minutes