Dr. James Michael Moore explores traditional Chinese medical concepts

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New book, ‘Six Strands of the Web,’ gives greater understanding of diseases, cures

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Mankind has been fighting disease since we first came into being. These concepts and treatment principles have served humanity for thousands of years and are needed yet today.

Dr. James Michael Moore explores key concepts of traditional Chinese medicine in his accessible new nonfiction, “Six Strands of the Web: An In-depth Study of the Six Stages of Disease In Traditional Chinese Medicine” (published by AuthorHouse).

Traditional Chinese medicine has always viewed the progression of disease within the body as something that happens in six distinct stages. Moore outlines these six stages in an effort to guide students of traditional Chinese medicine toward a deeper understanding of how disease progresses.

Tai yang, shao yang, yang ming, tai yin, shao yin and jue vin are the names of the six various stages of disease and are an integral part of traditional Chinese medicine. “Six Strands of the Web” offers an in-depth analysis of these stages and shows that learning how they interact can help in making a proper diagnosis and accurately locating disease within the body.

“Mankind has been fighting disease since we first came into being,” Moore writes. “These concepts and treatment principles have served humanity for thousands of years and are needed yet today. The herbal formulas found within this book have been proven safe and effective and have withstood the test of time.”

“Six Strands of the Web”
By Dr. James Michael Moore
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 300 pages | ISBN 9781477208731
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 300 pages | ISBN 9781477208748
E-Book | 300 pages | ISBN 9781477208724
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Dr. James Michael Moore’s degrees include a doctor of naturopathic medicine from Pacific College, a master of acupuncture from the Occident Institute of Chinese Studies and a doctorate in Oriental medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College. He studied Chinese herbal medicine under private tutorship with the late Dr. Hong-yen Hsu at the Oriental Healing Arts Institute. He was the founding president of the Acupuncture Association of New Mexico and served as a member of the New Mexico State Board of Acupuncture for seven years. Moore was the co-founder, teacher and assistant director for the Institute of Traditional Medicine and the Southwest Acupuncture College.

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