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acupuncture - Introduction to Acupuncture Jun Wang Ph.D CMD...

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Jun Wang, Ph.D., CMD Introduction Introduction to Acupuncture to Acupuncture
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Acupuncture is Based on Yin Yang and Five Elements Theory.
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Meridians: Resemble water networks on earth and agricultural field. Qi and blood : flow in meridians like waters to reach every part of the body. Basic Concepts in Acupuncture
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Meridian functions Distribution Blood &Qi Reflection Diseases Connection Internal Organs
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The 24-Hour Cycle of the Twelve Primary Meridians
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The Eight Extraordinary Channels The Eight Extraordinary Channels Governor Channel Governor Channel Functional or Conception Channel Functional or Conception Channel Yang Regulator Channel Yang Regulator Channel Yin Regulator Channel Yin Regulator Channel Thrusting Channel Thrusting Channel Belt Channel Belt Channel Yang Bridge Channel Yang Bridge Channel Yin Bridge Channel Yin Bridge Channel
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Flow directions of the 12 Yinyang meridians 3 Yin of the hand (LU, HT, PC) Chest to Hand 3 yang of the hand (LI, SI, TB) Hand to Face (head) 3 Yin of the foot (SP,KI, LV) Foot to Chest 3 Yang of the foot (ST, BL, GB) Head to Foot
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