Lycium Fruit (Gou Qi Zi) is also known as the Chinese wolfberry, lycium comes from a medium-sized bush that is native to east Asia and Europe. In China, the best lycium grows and is cultivated in the Ningzia, Gansu and Qinghai provinces.
The fruit is bright red in appearance and about the size of a kidney bean. It is gathered during the summer, then dried in the shade. Lycium fruit contains a variety of chemicals and chemical compounds, including valine, glutamine, taurine, carotene, vitamins B1 and B2, vitamin C, and more than a dozen kinds of sterols.
Tung's acupuncture UK seminar
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Master Tungs UK Course
Speaker(s): Susan Johnson Lic. Ac
This is a serious study by one of the most experienced Tung Teachers in the world. The course consists of 2 three day weekend trainings (40hrs in total) and will cover all the Tung theories, major points and applications 14th-16th June 21013 & 13th-15th Septmber 2013
Master Tung Ching-chang has been referred to as “The greatest acupuncture technician who ever lived.” He was a traditional Chinese physician from the Shandong Province in Northern China and was famous for the miraculous and spontaneous results he would obtain using just a few needles on the opposite side of the body. He often treated very large numbers of people a day. Dr. Tung’s Magic Points were a treasured family secret, handed down and refined over 300 years. And trace their origin to the Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic (Nei Jing)
Tea & coffee provided all day
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Both students and experienced practitioners
£600 for the complete 6 days training or £330 per weekend if paid separately