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Wood Becomes Water: Chinese Medicine in Everyday Life Paperback – May 1, 1998
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Each chapter includes: -Lists of common ailments associated with each element -Feng shui solutions for the home and workplace -Acupuncture treatment -Dietary therapy -Qigong exercises
About the Author
GAIL REICHSTEIN is a writer, teacher, and licensed acupuncturist with practices in New York City and Croton-on-Hudson, New York. She is also on the faculty of the Tri-State Institute of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture.
Top Customer Reviews
It explaines every Element in such a way, that you can realy understand it and use it in every day's life.
I reccomend this book to everyone who wants to know more.
I would highly recommend anyone interested in TCM to get a copy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is one of my favorite 5 Element books! It can even be read by someone without Chinese Medicine training!Published 3 months ago by Julie
Its A great book very informative educational if I could give a 12 I would'vePublished 11 months ago by gem collie
Gail Reichstein has done a brilliant job of explaining the five elements in Chinese Medicine She has a deep understanding of the system and how they interact. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Socrates
I love this book. Every part of it that I read is full of insight on chinese elemental, feung shui, qi gong and other various principals. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Hank
Very clearly written. Best explanation on the Elements and people, food etc...Published 17 months ago by Barbara
Interesting introduction to the Chinese medicine way of looking at life, especially health matters and food. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Eliza Bennett