História da acupunctura

A teoria e a prática da acupunctura originaram em China. Mencionou-se e foi gravado primeiramente nos originais que datam alguns cem anos antes da era comum.

Mais cedo em vez das agulhas apontou pedras e os ossos afiados longos foram usados em torno de 6000 BCE para o tratamento da acupunctura. Estes instrumentos poderiam igualmente ter sido usados para procedimentos cirúrgicos simples como lancing um abcesso etc.

Dr. Ananya Mandal

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  1. Arthur Fan Arthur Fan United States says:

    There are something inaccurate here. In 1929 it was NOT outlawed in China along with other forms of traditional medicine. Please read the original documents.

    In 1929, some western trained doctors and officials intended to let Chinese medicine "outlawed", but did not success.

    Dr.Arthur Yin Fan notes 04/26/2013

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