Xinnong Cheng - Chinese acupuncture and moxibustion - Aryana LibrisForeign Languages Press, Beijing. Hardback pp. Paradigm Publications, Massachussets. Paperback pp. These two books, published within a short time of and manipulation, moxibustion techniques, distribu- eachother, reflect the rapid growth of Chinese medicine tion of the channels, discussion of point categories and worldwide and the appearance of a growing number of approaches to selecting and combining points.
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Traditional Chinese medicine encompasses many different practices, most notably acupuncture and moxibustion. Traditionally, these modalities are used in combination to augment treatment but seldom are they tested together in clinical studies. Numerous acupuncture studies have been conducted in Asia, Europe, and the United States but there have been few randomized controlled trials utilizing moxibustion outside of East Asia. Limited studies have described the use of a moxibustion control or placebo procedure. The methods for developing an acupuncture and moxibustion protocol used in a randomized controlled trial for irritable bowel syndrome, diarrhea predominant in adults are described here. Our approach conformed to the scientific rigor for a clinical trial and was consistent to the foundations of traditional Chinese medicine.
Lien permanent Xinnong Cheng. The science of acupuncture and moxibustion is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine. For thousands of years the Chinese people have appreciated it for its nonpharmaceutical treatment, simple application, wide range of use, good curative effect, and low cost. As part of Chinese science and culture acupuncture and moxibustion have long been known in the world as a result of cultural exchange between China and other countries. However, a global interest in acupuncture and moxibustion and special enthusiasm for the subject have been growing in the past dozen years. To offer further service to the other people and help acupuncture and moxibustion enrich the world's science and culture, the Ministry of Public Health of China established three international acupuncture training centres in research institutes and colleges of traditional Chinese medicine in Beijing, Shanghai and Nanjing with the support of the Office of the Western Pacific Region of the United Nations' World Health Organization. More than 1, foreign students from countries and regions have been trained there in less than ten years.
Xinnong Cheng - Chinese acupuncture and moxibustion