The Ling Shu, considered to be the Canon of Acupuncture, is translated here by Wu Jing-Nuan in its context as the first known treatise about acupuncture with its . Ling Shu or the Spiritual Pivot by Wu Jing-Nuan, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Lingshu Jing also known as Divine Pivot, Spiritual Pivot, or Numinous Pivot, is an ancient Chinese medical text whose earliest version was probably compiled in.
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The Muscle Channels The Vocabulary of the Ling Shu 1. Swellings and Suppurations Appendix A. The Partitions of Qi.
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