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  • Writer's pictureClaire Klingenberg

Akupunktura

V postu Netradiční čínská medicína jsme si vysvětlovali historii a podobu toho, čemu se říká Tradiční čínská medicína. Mao Tse Tung, jeden z tvůrců toho, čemu se říká TČM, TČM ani akupunkturu neužíval.


Její nedílnou součástí je i akupunktura, která na lidi působí více přesvědčivým dojmem, i když zbytek TČM odmítají.


Na to, co akupunktura je, co slibuje, čím je líbivá, versus to, čím je riskantní a jaké jsou její skutečné výsledky, se podíváme v tomto postu.





Další info

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