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Cheng Dan-an, who created the first modern acupuncture college in China and rescued acupuncture from oblivion in its native land, is arguably the single most important Chinese acupuncturist of the early-to-mid 20th century. Many teachers who came to the US in the early days of acupuncture in the West had been students of this important patriarch.
This book is a compilation of his formulas and treatments for a wide range of Chinese diseases such as wind stroke, mania, diarrhea, cough, wheezing, headaches, exhaustion, women’s health conditions, and more. Cheng’s descriptions of the treatment of specific patients are fascinating and very clinically useful. This is a seminal book in the development of modern acupuncture and should not be overlooked!
AUTHOR: Cheng Dan-an
260 pages, eBook