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Commonly used acupuncture points classification

There are many points found from body.In ancient times, the number of acupuncture points was established to be the same as the number of days in the year: 365.

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What Is Acupuncture? Acupuncture Styles and Functions

What Is Acupuncture? Acupuncture is a safe and effective holistic medicine backed by more than two thousand years of practice and research. It is practiced worldwide both as a primary and adjunctive treatment for a wide range of conditions.

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Beideli Sika Deer Stalk Essence Capsule, Chinese traditional medicine boosts your sexual intercource ability

Chinese traditional medicine boosts your sexual ability, lengthens your sexual term, and impove your sexual life. Deer stalk had been the first choice for the royal family to invigorate kidney yang since the old times. This is because deer stalk is closely related to reproduction and copulation capacity. One buck/male deer in meridian of life […]

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Chinese Kung Fu Uniforms: Traditional Chinese silk clothing for Tai Chi and Martial Arts Masters

Chinese kung fu Uniform:  Traditional Chinese silk clothing for tai chi and Martial Arts Masters Traditional Chinese silk clothing has a long history, dating back to the 27th century BC. Once the skill of spinning silk, or sericulture, was discovered, the Chinese made silk exclusively for 3,000 years without divulging the secret of the process […]

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Chinese Martial Arts: External Styles Kung Fu and Shaolin Temple Martial Skills

Chinese Martial Arts: External Styles kung fu and Shaolin Temple Martial Skills You should know the Shaolin Temple if you want to learn Chinese Kung Fu. Also, you should learn Shaolin Chuan or Kung Fu if you know the Shaolin Temple. External Styles (Shaolin White Crane and Long Fist) (白鶴﹐長拳, Bai He, Changquan) Shaolin White […]

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Martial Morality, a Required Discipline in Chinese Kung Fu or Martial Arts Society

Martial Morality, a Required Discipline in Chinese kung fu or Chinese Martial Arts Society Martial morality has always been a required discipline in Chinese martial arts society. Teachers have long considered martial morality to be the most important criterion for judging students, and they have made it the most important part of the training in […]

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Kung Fu Training: Safest Way to Avoid Common Injuries in Chinese Martial Arts Training

kung fu Training: Safest Way to Avoid Common Injuries in Chinese Martial Arts Training Hand Conditioning: Traditionally, iron sand palm provided a method of conditioning the hands, which, once training was completed, would greatly enhance one’s ability to kill or seriously injure an opponent. Iron sand palm was very popular in ancient times, and almost […]

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Chinese Kung Fu Preview: Chi Kung or Qigong and Taoism

Chinese kung fu Preview: Chi Kung or Qigong and Taoism Qigong is being used as part of the Traditional Chinese Medication (TCM) in preventive and therapeutic health care. Qi is seen as the vital energy in one’s body to maintain life. Qigong will train one to work on physical to control and exercise this energy […]

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Chinese Kung Fu Generates Martial Power or Jin

Chinese kung fu Generates Martial Power or Jin Jin or Martial Power, can generally be divided into three categories: Hard Jin, Soft-Hard Jin and Soft Jin. Among these, Hard Jin uses the most muscular power, followed by Soft-Hard Jin and finally Soft Jin. But no matter which Jin, in order to manifest maximum power you […]

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Yellow Emperor Classic of Internal Medicine: Introduction of the Chinese Medical Classic

Introduction to Yellow Emperor Classic of Internal Medicine, the Chinese Medical Classic What kind of book is Yellow Emperor Classic of Internal Medicine? History will tell you. (Note: For translation reasons, this book is also translated and called The The Medical Classic Of The Yellow Emperor, or Inner Classic of The Yellow Emperor.) In the […]

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