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The Web That Has No Weaver

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Ted J. Kaptchuk

Unlike Western medicine, which tends to diagnose and treat individual diseases, Chinese medicine takes a different approach. It integrates a patient's symptoms and signs into an overall pattern of imbalance. This holistic method aims to restore balance and harmony to the patient's body, rather than focusing solely on treating specific ailments.

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The Web That Has No Weaver (2000) serves as a comprehensive and accessible guide to the ancient practice of Chinese medicine. Based on intensive research and careful interpretation of primary texts, it presents a profound yet reader-friendly exploration of this time-honored healing tradition and its philosophical underpinnings.

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Unlike Western medicine, which tends to diagnose and treat individual diseases, Chinese medicine takes a different approach. It integrates a patient's symptoms and signs into an overall pattern of imbalance. This holistic method aims to restore balance and harmony to the patient's body, rather than focusing solely on treating specific ailments.

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Chinese medicine prioritizes identifying patterns over pinpointing causes.

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Chinese philosophy aims to identify and understand the patterns of equilibrium and disequilibrium in the universe.

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A body in good health resonates with the natural world.

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The Chinese medical practitioner is a custodian of equilibrium and harmony.

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