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PREFACE
FOREWORD TO THE FIRST EDITION
FOREWORD TO THE SECOND EDITION
INTRODUCTION
PART I A General Description of the Basic Knowledge of Traditional Chinese
Medicine
CHAPTER I YIN-YANG AND THE FIVE ELEMENTS
I. YIN-YANG
1. The opposition and interdependence of yin and yang
2. The inter-consuming-supporting and the inter-transforming relation of yin and
yang
II. THE FIVE ELEMENTS
1. Attribution of things to the five elements
2. The inter-promoting, inter-acting, over-acting and counter-acting relation of
the five elements
CHAPTER II ZANG-FU (INTERNAL ORGANS)
I. THE ZANG ORGANS
1. Heart
2. Liver
3. Spleen
4. Lung
5. Kidney
6. Pericardium
II. FU ORGANS
1. Small intestine
2. Gall bladder
3. Stomach
4. Large intestine
5. Urinary bladder
6. Sa'njlao
III. EXTRAORDINARY ORGANS
1. Brain
2. Uterus
CHAPTER III CHANNELS AND COLLATERALS
I. NOMENCLATURE AND CLASSIFICATION
II. FUNCTIONS OF CHANNELS AND COLLATERALS
CHAPTER IV QI, BLOOD AND BODY FLUID
I. QI
II. BLOOD
III. BODY FLUID
CHAPTER V ETIOLOGY
I. SIX EXOGENOUS FACTORS
1. Wind
2. Cold
3. Summer heat
4. Damp
5. Dryness
6. Heat (fire, mild heat)
II. SEVEN EMOTIONAL FACTORS
III. MISCELLANEOUS PATHOGENIC FACTORS
1. Irregular food intake
2. Over-strain and stress or lack of physical exertion
3. Traumatic injuries
4. Stagnant blood and phlegm
CHAPTER VI METHODS OF DIAGNOSIS
I. INSPECTION
1. Observation of the expression
2. Observation of the colour
3. Observation of the appearance
4. Observation of the tongue
II. AUSCULTATION AND OLFACTION
1. Listening
2. Smelling
III. INQUIRING
1. Chills and fever
2. Perspiration
3. Food and drink, appetite and taste
4. Defecation and urination
5. Pain
6. Sleep
7. Menses and leukorrhea
IV. PALPATION
1. Feeling the pulse
2. Palpation of channels and points
CHAPTER VII DIFFERENTIATION OF SYNDROMES
I. DIFFERENTIATION OF SYNDROMES ACCORDING TO EIGHT PRINCIPLES
1. Exterior and interior
2. Cold and heat
3. Xu (deficiency) and shi (excess)
4. Yin and yang
II. DIFFERENTIATION OF SYNDROMES ACCORDING TO THE THEORY OF
ZANG-FU
1. Syndromes of the heart
2. Syndromes of the liver
3. Syndromes of the spleen
4. Syndromes of the lung
5. Syndromes of the kidney
6. Syndromes of the pericardium
7. Syndromes of the small intestine
8. Syndromes of the gall bladder
9. Syndromes of the stomach
10. Syndromes of the large intestine
11. Syndromes of the urinary bladder
III. DIFFERENTIATION OF SYNDROMES ACCORDING TO THE THEORY OF
CHANNELS AND COLLATERALS
1. Pathological manifestations of the 12 regular channels
2. Pathological manifestations of the eight extra channels
PART II Channels, Collaterals and Points
CHAPTER I AN INTRODUCTION TO CHANNELS, COLLATERALS AND POINIS
I. DISTRIBUTION OF THE 14 CHANNELS ON THE BODY SURFACE
1. The extremities
2. The trunk
3. The head, face and neck
II. CLASSIFICATION OF POINTS
1. Points of the 14 channels
2. Extraordinary Points
3. Ahshi Points
III. SPECIFIC POINTS
1. Five Shu Points
2. Yuan (Source) Points
3. Luo (Connecting) Points
4. Xi (Cleft) Points
5. Back-Shu Points
6. Front-Mu Points
7. Crossing Points
IV. METHODS OF LOCATING POINTS
1. According to anatomical landmarks
2. Proportional measurement
3. Finger measurement
V. AN OUTLINE OF THE THERAPEUTIC PROPERTIES OF THE POINTS OF THE
14 CHANNELS
CHAPTER II THE 12 REGULAR CHANNELS AND THEIR POINTS
I. THE LUNG CHANNEL OF HAND-TAIYIN
1. Zhongfu (Lu. 1)
2. Yunmen (Lu. 2)
3. Tianfu (Lu. 3)
4. Xiabai (Lu. 4)
5. Chize (Lu. 5)
6. Kongzui (Lu. 6)
7. Lieque (Lu. 7)
8. Jingqu (Lu. 8)
9. Taiyuan (Lu. 9)
10. Yuji (Lu. 10)
11. Shaoshang (Lu. 11)
II. THE LARGE INTESTINE CHANNEL OF HAND-YANGMING
1. Shangyang (L.I. 1)
2. Erjian (L.I. 2)
3. Sanjian (L.I. 3)
4. Hegu (L.I. 4)
5. Yangxi (L.I. 5)
6. Pianli (L.I. 6)
7. Wenliu (L.I 7)
8. Xialian (L.I. 8)
9. Shanglian (L.I. 9)
10. Shousanli (L.I. 10)
11. Quchi (L.I. 11)
12. Zhouliao (L.I. 12)
13. Hand-Wuli (L.I. 13)
14. Binao (L.I. 14)
15. Jianyu (L.I. 15)
16. Jugu (L.I. 16)
17. Tianding (L.I. 17)
18. Neck-Futu (L.I. 18)
19. Nose-Heliao (L.I. 19)
20. Yingxiang (L.I. 20)
III THE STOMACH CHANNEL OF FOOT-YANGMING
1. Chengqi (St 1)
2. Sibai (St. 2)
3. Nose-Juliao (St 3)
4. Dicang (St. 4)
5. Daying (St. 5)
6. jiache (St. 6)
7. Xiaguan (St. 7)
8. Touwei (St. 8)
9. Renying (St. 9)
10. Shuitu (St. 10)
11. Qishe (St. 11)
12. Quepen (St. 12)
13. Qihu (St. 13)
14. Kufang (St. 14)
15. Wuyi (St. 15)
16. Yingchuang (St. 16)
17. Kuzhong (St. 17)
18. Rugen (St. 18)
19. Burong (St. 19)
20. Chengman (St. 20)
21. Liangmen (St. 21)
22. Guanmen (St. 22)
23. Taiyi (St. 23)
24. Huaroumen (St. 24)
25. Tianshu (St. 25)
26. Wailing (St. 26)
27. Daju (St. 27)
28. Shuidao (St. 28)
29. Guilai (St. 29)
30. Qichong (St. 30)
31. Biguan (St. 31)
32. Femur-Futu (St 32)
33. Yinshi (St. 33)
34. Liangqiu (St. 34)
35. Dubi (St. 35)
36. Zusanli (St. 36)
37. Shangjuxu (St. 37)
38. Tiaokou (St 38)
39. Xiajuxu (St. 39)
40. Fenglong (St. 40)
41. Jiexi (St. 41)
42. Chongyang (St. 42)
43. Xiangu (St. 43)
44. Neiting (St. 44)
45. Lidui (St. 45)
IV. THE SPLEEN CHANNEL OF FOOT-TAIYIN
1. Yinbai (Sp. 1)
2. Dadu (Sp. 2)
3. Taibai (Sp. 3)
4. Gongsun (Sp. 4)
5. Shangqiu (Sp. 5)
6. Sanyinjiao (Sp 6)
7. Lougu (Sp. 7)
8. Diji (Sp. 8)
9. Yinlingquan (Sp 9)
10. Xuehai (Sp. 10)
11. Jimen (Sp. 11)
12. Chongmen (Sp 12)
13. Fushe (Sp. 13)
14. Fujie (Sp. 14)
15. Daheng (Sp. 15)
16. Fuai (Sp. 16)
17. Shidou (Sp. 17)
18. Tianxi (Sp. 18)
19. Xiongxiang (Sp. 19)
20. Zhourong (Sp. 20)
21. Dabao (Sp. 21)
V. THE HEART CHANNEL OF HAND-SHAOYIN
1. Jiquan (H. 1)
2. Qingling (H. 2)
3. Shaohai (H. 3)
4. Lingdao (H. 4)
5. Tongli (H. 5)
6. Yinxi (H. 6)
7. Shenmen (H. 7)
8. Shaofu (H. 8)
9. Shaochong (H. 9)
VI. THE SMALL INTESTINE CHANNEL OF HAND-TAIYANG
1. Shaoze (S.I. 1)
2. Qiangu (S.I. 2)
3. Houxi (SI. 3)
4. Hand-Wangu (S.I 4)
5. Yanggu (S.I. 5)
6. Yanglao (S.I. 6)
7. Zhlzheng (S.I. 7)
8. Xiaohai (S.I. 8)
9. Jianzhen (S.I. 9)
10. Naoshu (S.I. 10)
11. Tianzong (S.I. 11)
12. Bingfeng (S.I. 12)
13. Quyuan (S.I. 13)
14. Jianwaishu (S.I. 14)
15. Jianzhongshu (S.I. 15)
16. Tianchuane (S.I. 16)
17. Tianrong (S.I. 17)
18. Quanliao (S.I. 18)
19. Tinggong (S.I. 19)
VII. THE UBINARY BLADDER CHANNEL OF FOOT-TAIYANG
1. Jingming (U.B. 1)
2. Zanzhu (U.B. 2)
3. Meichong (U.B 3)
4. Quchai (U.B. 4)
5. Wuchu (U.B. 5)
6. Chengguang (U.B 6)
7. Tongtian (U.B. 7)
8. Luoque (U.B. 8)
9. Yuzhen (U.B. 9)
10. Tianzhu (U.B. 10)
11. Dashu (U.B. 11)
12. Fengmen (U.B. 12)
13. Feishu (U.B. 13)
14. Jueyinshu (U.B. 14)
15. Xinshu (U.B. 15)
16. Dushu (U-B. 16)
17. Geshu (U.B. 17)
18. Ganshu (U.B. 18)
19. Danshu (U.B. 19)
20. Pishu (U-B. 20)
21. Weishu (U.B. 21)
22. Sanjiaoshu (U.B. 22)
23. Shenshu (U.B. 23)
24. Qihaishu (U.B. 24)
25. Dachangshu (U.B. 25)
26. Guanyuanshu (U.B. 26)
27. Xiaochangshu (U.B. 27)
28. Pangguangshu (U.B. 28)
29. Zhonglushu (U.B. 29)
30. Baihuanshu (U.B. 30)
31. Shangliao (U.B. 31)
32. Ciliao (U.B. 32)
33. Zhongliao (U.B. 33)
34. Xialiao (U.B. 34)
35. Huiyang (U.B. 35)
36. Chengfu (U.B. 36)
37. Yinmen (U.B. 37)
38. Fuxi (U.B. 38)
39. Weiyang (U.B. 39)
40. Weizhong (U.B. 40)
41. Fufen (U.B. 41)
42. Pohu (U-B. 42)
43. Gaohuangshu (U.B 43)
44. Shentang (U.B 44)
45. Yixi (U.B. 45)
46. Geguan (U.B. 46)
47. Hunmen (U.B. 47)
48. Yanggang (U.B. 48)
49. Yishe (U.B. 49)
50. Weicang (U.B. 50)
51. Huangmen (U.B. 51)
52. Zhishi (U.B. 52)
53. Baohuang (U.B. 53)
54. Zhibian (U.B. 54)
55. Heyang (U.B. 55)
56. Chengjin (U.B. 56)
57. Chengshan (U.B. 57)
58. Feiyang (U.B. 58)
59. Fuyang (U.B. 59)
60. Kunlun (U.B. 60)
61. Pushen (U.B. 61)
62. Shenmai (U.B. 62)
63. Jinmen (U.B. 63)
64. Jinggu (U.B. 64)
65. Shugu (U.B. 65)
66. Foot-Tonggu (U.B 66)
67. Zhiyin (U.B. 67)
VIII. THE KIDNEY CHANNEL OF FOOT-SHAOYIN
1. Yongquan (K. 1)
2. Rangu (K. 2)
3. Taixi (K. 3)
4. Dazhong (K. 4)
5. Shuiquan (K 5)
6. Zhaohai (K. 6)
7. Fuliu (K. 7)
8. Jiaoxin (K. 8)
9. Zhubin (K. 9)
10. Yingu (K. 10)
11. Henggu (K. 11)
12. Dahe (K. 12)
13. Qixue (K. 13)
14. Siman (K. 14)
15. Abdomen-Zhongzhu (K 15)
10. Huangshu (K. 16)
17. Shangqu (K. 17)
18. Shiguan (K. 18)
19. Yindu (K. 19)
20. Abdomen-Tonggu . (K 20)
21. Youmen (K. 21)
22. Bulang (K. 22)
23. Shenfeng (K. 23)
24. Lingxu (K. 24)
25. Shencang (K. 25)
26. Yuzhong (K. 26)
27. Shufu (K. 27)
IX. THE PERICARDIUM CHANNEL OF HAND-JUEYIN
1. Tianchi (P. 1)
2. Tianquan (P 2)
3. Quze (P. 3)
4. Ximen (P. 4)
5. Jianshi (P. 5)
6. Neiguan (P. 6)
7. Daling (P. 7)
8. Laogong (P. 8)
9. Zhongchong (P. 9)
X. THE SANJIAO CHANNEL OF HAND-SHAOYANG
1. Guanchong (S.J. 1)
2. Yemen (S.J. 2)
3. Hand-Zhongzhu (S.J 3)
4. Yangchi (S.J. 4)
5. Waiguan (S.J. 5)
6. Zhigou (S.J. 6)
7. Huizong (S.J. 7)
8. Sanyangluo (S.J 8)
9. Sidu (S.J. 9)
10. Tianjing (S.J. 10)
11. Qinglengyuan (S.J 11)
12. Xiaoluo (S.J. 12)
13. Naohui (S.J. 13)
14. Jianliao (S.J. 14)
15. Tianliao (S.J. 15)
16. Tianyou (S.J. 16)
17. Yifeng (S.J. 17)
18. Qimai (S.J. 18)
19. Luxi (S.J. 19)
20. Jiaosun (S.J. 20)
21. Ermen (S.J. 21)
22. Ear-Heliao (S.J. 22)
23. Sizhukong (S.J. 23)
XI. THE GALL BLADDER CHANNEL OF FOOT-SHAOYANG
1. Tongziliao (G.B. 1)
2. Tinghui (G.B. 2)
3. Shangguan (G.B. 3)
4. Hanyan (G.B. 4)
5. Xuanlu (G.B. 5)
6. Xuanli (G.B. 6)
7. Qubin (G.B. 7)
8. Shuaigu (G.B. 8)
9. Tianchong (G.B. 9)
10. Fubai (G.B. 10)
11. Head-Qiaoyin (G.B. 11)
12. Head-Wangu (G.B. 12)
13. Benshen (G.B. 13)
14. Yangbai (G.B. 14)
15. Head-Linqi (G.B. 15)
16. Muchuang (G.B. 16)
17. Zhengying (G.B. 17)
18. Chengling (G.B. 18)
19. Naokong (G.B. 19)
20. Fengchi (G.B. 20)
21. Jianjing (G.B. 21)
22. Yuanye (G.B. 22)
23. Zhejin (G.B. 23)
24. Riyue (G.B. 24)
25. Jingmen (G.B. 25)
26. Daimai (G.B. 26)
27. Wushu (G.B. 27)
28. Weidao (G.B. 28)
29. Femur-Juliao (G.B. 29)
30. Huantiao (G.B. 30)
31. Fengshi (G.B. 31)
32. Femur-Zhongdu (G.B. 32)
33. Xiyangguan (G.B. 33)
34. Yanglingquan (G.B. 34)
35. Yangjiao (G.B. 35)
36. Waiqiu (G.B. 36)
37. Guangming (G.B. 37)
38. Yangfu (G.B. 38)
39. Xuanzhong (G.B. 39)
40. Qiuxu (G.B. 40)
41. Foot-Linqi (G.B. 41)
42. Diwuhui (G.B. 42)
43. Xiaxi (G.B. 43)
44. Foot-Qiaoyin (G.B. 44)
XII. THE LIVER CHANNEL OF FOOT-JUEYIN
1. Dadun (Liv. 1)
2. Xingjian (Liv. 2)
3. Taichong (Liv. 3)
4. Zhongfeng (Liv 4)
5. Ligou (Liv. 5)
6. Foot-Zhongdu (Liv 6)
7. Xiguan (Liv. 7)
8. Ququan (Liv. 8)
9. Yinbao (Liv. 9)
10. Femur-Wuli (Liv 10)
11. Yinlian (Liv. 11)
12. Jimai (Liv. 12)
13. Zhangmen (Liv 13)
14. Qimen (Liv. 14)
CHAPTER III THE EIGHT EXTRA CHANNELS AND THEIR POINTS
(APPENDIX: EXTRAORDINARY POINTS)
I. THE DU CHANNEL
1. Changqiang (Du 1)
2. Yaoshu (Du 2)
3. Yaoyangguan (Du 3)
4. Mingmen (Du 4)
5. Xuanshu (Du 5)
6. Jizhong (Du 6)
7. Zhongshu (Du 7)
8. jinsuo (Du 8)
9. Zhiyang (Du 9)
10. Lingtai (Du 10)
11. Shendao (Du 11)
12. Shenzhu (Du 12)
13. Taodao (Du 13)
14. Dazhui (Du 14)
15. Yamen (Du 15)
16. Fengfu (Du 16)
17. Naohu (Du 27)
18. Qiangjian (Du 18)
19. Houding (Du 19)
20. Baihui(Da 28)
21. Qianding (Du 21)
22. Xinhui (Du 22)
23. Shangxing (Du 23)
24. Shenting (Du 24)
25. Suliao (Du 25)
26. Renzhong (Du 26)
27. Duiduan(Du,27).
28. Mouth-Yinjiao (Du 28)
II. THE REN CHANNEL
1. Huiyin (Ren 1)
2. Qugu (Ren 2)
3. Zhongji (Ren 3)
4. Guanyuan (Ren 4)
5. Shimen (Ren 5)
6. Qihai (Ren 6)
7. Abdomen-Yinjiao (Ren 7)
8. Shenque (Ren 8)
9. Shuifen (Ren 9)
10. Xiawan (Ren 10)
11. Jianli (Ren 11)
12. Zhongwan (Ren 12)
13. Shangwan (Ren 13)
14. Juque (Ren 14)
15. Jiuwei (Ren 15)
16. Zhongting (Ren 16)
17. Shanzhong (Ren 17)
18. Yutang (Ren 18)
19. Chest-Zigong (Ren 19)
20. Huagai (Ren 20)
21. Xuanji (Ren 21)
22. Tiantu (Ren 22)
23. Lianquan (Ren 23)
24. Chengjiang (Ren 24)
III. THE CHONG CHANNEL
IV. THE DAI CHANNEL
V. THE YANGQIAO CHANNEL
VI. THE YINQIAO CHANNEL
VII. THE YANGWEI CHANNEL
VIII. THE YINWEI CHANNEL
APPENDIX: EXTRAORDINARY POINTS
1. Yintang
2. Taiyang
3. Yuyao
4. Sishencong
5. Jinjin, Yuye
6. Dingchuan (Asthma Relief)
7. Huatuo Jiaji
8. Weiguanxiashu
9. Yaoyan
10. Shiqizhui (17th Vertebra)
11. Abdomen-Zigong
12. Jianqian
13. Zhongquan
14. Sifeng
15. Shixuan
16. Baxie
17. Xiyan
18. Lanwei (Appendix)
19. Dannang (Gall Bladder)
20. Bafeng
PART III Acupuncture and Moxibustion Therapy (Appendix: Cupping)
CHAPTEB 1 TECHNIQUE OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION
I. MANIPULATION .OF THE FILIFORM NEEDLE
1. The needles and how to use them
2. Preparation for giving treatment
3. Insertion and withdrawal of the needle
4. The appearance of qi (needling reaction) and the method of reinforcing and
reducing
5. Precautions
6. Management of possible accidents in acupuncture
II. OTHER ACUPUNCTURE METHODS
1. The three-edged needle
2. The cutaneous or tapping needle
3. The intradermal or imbedding needle
III. MOXIBUSTION
1. Preparation
2. Classification of moxibustion
3. Precautions and remarks
APPENDIX: CUPPING
CHAPTEB 11 A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO ACTPTJNCTCRE TREATMENT
I. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT ACCORDING TO DIFFERENTIATION OF
PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
II. THE BASIC PRINCIPLE GOVERNING PRESCRIPTION AND COMBINATION OF
POINTS
III. THE APPLICATION OF SPECIFIC POINTS
1. The application of the Yuan (Source) Points and the Luo (Connecting) Points
2. The application of the Back-Shu and the Front-Mu Points
3. The application of the Five Shu Points
4. The application of the Xi (Cleft) Points and the Lower He-Sea Points
5. The Eight Influential Points of the eight tissues and the Eight Confluent
Points of the eight extra channels
CHAPTER III TREATMENT OF COMMON DISEASES WITH ACUPUNCTUBE AND
MOXIBUSTION
I. WINDSTROKE (APOPLEXY)
II. SYNCOPE
III. HEADACHE
APPENDIX: TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA
IV. DIZZINESS AND VERTIGO
V. FACIAL PARALYSIS
VI. SUNSTROKE
VII. MALARIA
VIII. THE COMMON COLD
IX. COUGH
X. ASTHMA
XI. INSOMNIA
XII. PALPITATION, ANXIETY
XIII. DEPRESSIVE AND MANIC MENTAL DISORDERS
XIV. VOMITING
XV. HICCUP
XVI. EPIGASTRIC PAIN
XVII. ABDOMINAL PAIN
XVIII. DIARRHEA
XIX. DYSENTERY
XX. JAUNDICE
XXI. HYPOCHONDRIAC PAIN
XXII. LOW BACK PAIN
XXIII. EDEMA
XXIV. NOCTURNAL ENURESIS
XXV. RETENTION OF URINE
XXVI. SEMINAL EMISSION
XXVII. IMPOTENCE
XXVIII. BI SYNDROMES (PAINFUL JOINTS)
XXIX. WEI SYNDROME (PARALYSIS)
(APPENDIX: INFANTILE PARALYSIS)
XXX. HYSTERIA
XXXI. AMENORRHEA
XXXII. DYSMENORRHEA
XXXIII. UTERINE HEMORRHAGE
XXXIV. LEUKORRHEA
XXXV. MORNING SICKNESS
XXXVI. LACTATION INSUFFICIENCY
XXXVII. INFANTILE CONVULSION
XXXVIII. INFANTILE DIARRHEA
XXXIX. MUMPS
XL. URTICARIA
XLI. ERYSIPELAS
(APPENDIX: HERPES ZOSTER)
XLII. FURUNCLE AND LYMPHANGITIS
XLIII. ACUTE MASTITIS
XLIV.- APPENDICITIS
XLV. GOITER
XLVI. SPRAIN
XLVII. DEAFNESS AND TINNITUS
XLVIII. CONGESTION, SWELLING AND PAIN OF THE EYE
XLIX. RHINORRHEA
L. EPISTAXIS
LI. TOOTHACHE
LII. SORE THROAT
APPENDIX
CHAPTER I EAR ACUPUNCTURE THEBAPY
I. RELATIONS BETWEEN THE AURICLE AND CHANNELS COLLATERALS AND
ZANG-FU ORGANS
II. ANATOMICAL STRUCTURE OF THE SURFACE OF THE AURICLE
III. AURICULAR POINTS
1. Distribution of auricular points
2. Location of commonly used auricular points and their indications
IV. CLINICAL APPLICATION OF EAR ACUPUNCTURE
1. Rules for selection of points
2. Technique of ear acupuncture
3. Remarks
4. Examples of selection of points for common diseases
CHAPTER II A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA
I. PRInNCIPLES OF SELECTING POINTS FOR ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA
1. According to the theory ot channels
2. Selection of points according to segmental innervatlon
3. Selection of auricular points
II. MANIPULATION METHOD
1. Hand manipulation
2. Electric stimulation .
3. Induction and retairiing of the needle
III. REMARKS
IV. SOME EXAMPLES OF SELECTING POINTS FOR ACUPUNCTURE ANALGESIA
INDEX OF THE ACUPUNCTURE POINTS
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Self-Massage Along Meridians and Acupoints
Self-Massage Along Meridians and Acupoints
$55.00

Practical Chinese Qigong for Home health Care: English
Practical Chinese Qigong for Home health Care: English
$60.00

Methods of Traditional Chinese Health Care(一学就会:常见病的治疗)(英文版)
Methods of Traditional Chinese Health Care(一学就会:常见病的治疗)(英文版)
$61.00

Kingston 2G (MicroSD)TF
Kingston 2G (MicroSD)TF
$8.99

Essentials in Communication Textbook 1: Great Wall Chinese
Essentials in Communication Textbook 1: Great Wall Chinese
$12.00

Chinese Tibetan Medicine (English)
Chinese Tibetan Medicine (English)
$144.00

900 Chinese Sentences (Chinese Thai Version Audio Pen Gift)
900 Chinese Sentences (Chinese Thai Version Audio Pen Gift)
$100.00

900 Chinese Sentences (Chinese & Spanish Version with DVD, 3CD)
900 Chinese Sentences (Chinese & Spanish Version with DVD, 3CD)
$45.00