Mizutani Sensei says that trying to explain what Japanese Medicine is, is “trying to name that which cannot be named”. In other words, it is a collection of “approaches to medicine that originated in the Orient (i.e. China), that have been influenced by Japan’s particular history, culture and landscape, and that have continued to develop either in or outside of Japan.” (NAJOM)
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Japanese Medicine Articles
An Ordinary Practitioner’s Moxibustion for Cancer Patients by Fukushima Tetsuya This article was first published by the North America Journal of Oriental Medicine, NAJOM, July