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Latest research, news and informed opinion on hot topics in Chinese medicine (access to the complete 20-year archive requires a journal subscription)

A trial carried out in Sweden has found that women who received manual acupuncture (MA) or electro-acupuncture (EA) during labour used less epidural analgesia than women who received standard care. The longitudinal randomised...


Research from China suggests that a combination of acupuncture and moxibustion can provide significant therapeutic benefits in patients with active Crohn’s disease (CD).


Tai chi (TC) has beneficial effects on blood pressure (BP) and levels of gaseous cellular signaling molecules in the blood of patients with essential hypertension (EH).


A Chinese research team has found that tai chi (TC) can improve balance and decrease fall risks in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD).



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Aculux Korean style spring handle needles (500 needle pack)

Korean style spring handle disposable acupuncture needle for one time use only.

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  • 500 needles per box
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  • Made with surgical grade stainless steel
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Acupressure for Natural Pain Relief in Labour DVD

Debra Betts & Tom Kennedy

Instructional DVD for pregnant women & their support people. The acupressure techniques outlined in this DVD are easy to use, promote natural birth and encourage close partner involvement.

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AS SUPER 4 digital needle stimulator

AS SUPER 4 digital belongs to the newest generation of acupuncture needle stimulator. Modern design, highest technology, various parameters are combined in one unit.

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Mawangdui poster

Fine quality poster (666mm x 410mm) reproduction of the Daoyin Tu (“guiding and pulling exercises”) silk scroll found in the tomb at Mawangdui, China. Dated 168 BCE or before.

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A Manual of Acupuncture iPhone app

We are proud to announce the release of a Manual of Acupuncture for iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad, now available from the Apple App Store.

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