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The Web That Has No Weaver

  In the world as seen through human eyes, all phenomena have multiple affinities, adding complexity and often the element of common error to interpreting. Cosmological patterning recognized by Chinese medicine allows us to view the world, and not least of which, medical things, with accuracy. The web that has no weaver by Ted Kaptchuck, […]


Points along Luo channels were the earliest treated points in acupuncture. Collaterals of the primary meridians, they are visible reservoirs for pathology. When the Wei level of the body has become incapable of releasing a pathogenic factor, the body holds it.   Luo vessels will then contain the pathological factor in a minor blood vessel […]

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