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Qigong for Treating Common Ailments—The Essential Guide to Self Healing

by Xu Xiangcai

Discover the ancient secrets to self-healing! While providing a system for maintaining overall health, and addressing specific problems, this book offers all natural, safe, easy-to-learn, and time-tested exercises and treatments.

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October 1, 2000
Paperback: 142 pages
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ISBN: 9781886969704

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Release date: 
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Paperback: 142 pages
Dimensions: 
9.05 × 6.18 × 0.5 in
ISBN: 9781886969704
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Discover What China has Known for 1000 Years, Self Healing Works!

Wouldn't it be nice to stop common ailments before they happen? We can prevent many of them once we have the proper knowledge. This book, Qigong for Treating Common Ailments, provides a system for maintaining overall health while addressing specific problems with exact treatments. All natural, safe, and easy to learn, these exercises provide a life-long path to wellness! This re-edited edition, originally published by a university press in China, is essential for the home health library!

  • Protect & Strengthen the Internal Organs with Qigong Exercises.
  • Improve Circulation and Overall Health using Qigong Massage Methods.
  • Discover a Wide Variety of Breathing and Relaxation Techniques.
  • Easy to Learn and Easy to Practice!

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ForeWord's Book of the Year Award - Finalist - 2000

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About the Author

Xu Xiangcai

Xu Xiangcai, was born in 1943 in a small village on the banks of the Yellow River near the city of Jinan, the capital of Shandong province of China. During his childhood, he lived a poor life but had a very rich mind. Once he was asked what do he wanted to do when he grew up. "Something unusual!" was his answer. In 1963, he passed the state entrance examination to enter Shandong Teachers' University to learn English. Five years later, he graduated and began his career as an English teacher. By … More »