Web That Has No Weaver

By Ted Kaptchuk

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This classic guide to understanding Chinese medicine was first published in 1982, and gained a reputation as a concise and well written explanation of Chinese medicine.

Kaptchuk's descriptions of qi, meridians, principles of traditional Chinese medicine diagnosis, and the eight fundamental patterns of yin and yang are suitable for those new to Chinese medicine, but thorough and detailed enough to be of interest to professionals. Those interested in integrating Eastern and Western medicine will find this book quite valuable. This second edition also features summaries of clinical trials and their significance for Chinese medicine.

500 pages.

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