By Skya Abbate
Publish yr note: First released in 2003 (first edition)
Chinese Auricular Acupuncture offers scholars and practitioners with a transparent, concise, and basic guide on ear acupuncture. It reduces the necessity for memorization through featuring a mode of ear acupuncture that's in line with the underpinnings of conventional chinese language medicine.
The publication should be independently studied and simply used to regard numerous ailments. It covers ear modalities equivalent to needles, press tacks, seeds and contains real instances from scientific perform to demonstrate the medical applicability of particular modalities and ear acupuncture issues. a bit on ear analysis permits you to complement your evaluation of the heartbeat, tongue, and hara, hence enhancing your skill to distinguish the useful foundation of imbalance and illness.
This edition contains 5 new chapters at the a number of use of auricular issues, prescriptionology perform, universal ear questions, new examine, and moral matters. It includes particular tables and pictures that relief figuring out and comprises an in depth and up-to-date bibliography.
The maximum power of this e-book is its consumer friendliness, which permits either the start pupil and the skilled practitioner to effectively practice auricular drugs within the therapy in their sufferers in a being concerned, particularly noninvasive, and potent demeanour.
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Effects of EAP on regional changes of monoamine neurotransmitters in brain of rat with carbon tetrachloride-induced liver injury. Am. J. Acupunc. ), 1983, 11: 282–283; ex. JTCM, 1982, 2(December): 261–265. , and Dong, B. The role of ear electroacupuncture on arterial pressure and respiration during asphyxia in rabbits. Zhen Ci Yan Jiu, 1992, 17(1): 36–38 (in Chinese). , and Minkov, M. The external ear/embryo relationship explains the basis of ear acupuncture. Pac. J. Orient. , 1996, 2: 20–23. W.
This division can be done visually or using an ear probe as a straight edge. 5). These sectors are universally assigned numbers 1 through 9 as you read from left to right and top to bottom. The points are located in relation to these sectors. ” For example, the Eye point is located in the center of the 5th sector. 11. Upper Teeth: Located slightly below the center of Sector 1. 12. Tongue: Located in the center of Sector 2. 13. Jaw: Located in the center of Sector 3. 14. Lower Teeth: Located in the center of Sector 4.
Helmut Kropej reminds us, though, “… regardless of the specific illness with which you are dealing, you must always keep the pathophysiological cause in mind. ”13 These factors should be kept in mind when constructing ear acupuncture prescriptions and proceeding to treatment. References 1. Huang, H. Ear Acupuncture. Rodale Press, Emmaus, PA, 1974, p. 1. 2. , p. 3. 3. Practical Ear Needling, 3rd ed. Medicine and Health, Hong Kong, September 1982, p. 1. , and Kroening, R. A comparison of Chinese and Nogier auricular acupuncture points.