Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a branch of traditional Chinese medicine was practiced in ancient times.

It involves inserting metal needles or stimulation by various methods and tools of Chinese items, located at specific sites and precise.

These points are connected by lines: are the meridians. Here are conducting vessels of energy, which the Chinese call chi. The points are like knots along the channels through which energy or chi flows.

This energy is composed of two equal and opposite forces: inn and IanG (or blood and energy) that are mixed in exact proportions, but vary according to the meridian or region of the body.

If this ratio is disturbed, it causes disease. Health is energy balance, the imbalance disease. With acupuncture harmonizes and balances energy.

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Although it is accepted that acupuncture is at least four millennia of existence, no direct evidence to support it. In the Nei-Ching mentions the Emperor Hoang-Ti, which would have been twenty-seven centuries before Christ, and that would be the author of an edict which states:

"I regret that my people, detained by sickness, not pay me in kind and in labor. I want no more remedies are given toxic, dosage error, and that no further use of the old hallmarks of stone. I wish that use only the fine metal needles to harmonize the blood and energy. "

Acupuncture has been developed and disseminated in the West at a rate increasing for several reasons: the high efficiency in most conditions and in some functional lesion, its safety, poverty of Western medicine therapy against functional tables, etc.

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Indications of Acupuncture: amenorrhea, anemia, anxiety, arthritis, osteoarthritis, bulimia, headaches, migraines, headaches, sciatica, depression, dysmenorrhea, pain of all kinds, eczema, frigidity, gastritis, hernia, impotence, insomnia, lumbago, disorders menopause, neurosis, palpitations, pruritus, rheumatism, stress, gastric ulcer ... and so on.

Inn and Iang

It is first mentioned in the Book of Changes, a book that originates in the inn-IanG school, pre-Confucian school. Literal meaning: the slope of the mountain that overlooks the shaded slope overlooking the sun, respectively.

Chinese philosophy has extended the use of these terms to all of nature, showing that the principle of competition is everywhere and that is, so to speak, the origin of all manifestations, which, in turn, contains two principles in projecting a temporary variable composition, giving rise to the dominance of the opposite.

Light - shade, hot - cold, day - night ... natural phenomena show the alternation inn-IanG and also show the mechanism that operates inside: IanG contains inn, inn contains IanG. Each has its opposite within itself. The opposite will grow up to destroy her guest inn will be transformed into IanG and vice versa.

And then the reverse process begins ...

 
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