Acupoint Tapping: A Natural Way for Prevention and Treatment Through Traditional Chinese Medicine

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 4/1/2014
  • Publisher: TUTTLE C E CO INC
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Tap into your meridian and collateral channels for a happier and healthier life.

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, meridians and collateral's are channels that connect internal organs with limbs and drive vital energy and blood throughout the human body. By learning to tap relevant parts of the body, you will be able to clear your meridians and collateral's, invigorate your body and enhance your overall health and spirit.

In Acupoint Tapping, physician Haung Guangmin explains the simple and professional practicing methods that will allow you to incorporate this aspect of TCM into your daily life. With help from Huang, it will only take around half an hour a day to practice and benefit from meridian and collateral exercises. In addition, this book offers techniques against 10 sub-health conditions, such as obesity and depression and 19 chronic diseases, including high blood pressure and the common cold. These tapping exercises can strengthen physique, prevent diseases, reduce illness, and facilitate recovery.

Become the guardian of your own health with Acupoint Tapping: A Natural Way for Prevention and Treatment through Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Author Biography

Huang Guangmin is the Chief Physician of General Administration at the Institute of Sports Medicine in China. He worked as a medical consultant of the Chinese Olympic Delegation has been awarded the Prize for China's Scientific and Technological Progress in Sports and the Gold Prize for China's Sports Nutrition many times.

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