Chinese Medicine has a long tradition with roots in the very distant past, however, because it is a living tradition it also has a present and a future. In this section we will look, in the present and with appreciation for the past, towards that future.
Unknotting difficult cases -
Practical, clinical strategies on Blood Stasis, Yin Fire and the Fire Spirit School ... all delivered in the engaging style of one of Chinese medicine’s most dynamic presenters
Old wives tell of a lost tradition - from the Editors
Our foremothers were told to throw away the home remedies they inherited. However, we are a grassroots medicine: our best support is among the people, so let us foster that relationship. Let us help folk to help themselves, and increase their options and knowledge.
Barefoot in Bengal - by Tom Connor and Natasja Sproat
In December 2007, we travelled to West Bengal, India, 400 km northwest of Calcutta, to do voluntary acupuncture work in a remote village known as Ananda Nagar, the “City of Bliss”.