Iranians to read Chinese Healing
‘Chinese Healing’ (Chinesisch heilen) co-authored by Alexander Meng and Wolfgang Exel, is converted into Persian by M. Razgardani. According to the translator, the book not only familiarizes the reader with keys to health, it also presents a supplementary encyclopedia of Chinese healing methods for medical students.
IBNA: Translator of ‘Chinese Healing’ is familiar with Chinese healing methods. “The book is simple but as the content needed mastery over the subject I decided to first learn about the functions of Chinese Acupuncture, Acupressure and special massages before beginning to translate,” Razgardani said.
“The book helps to maintain body balance and cure diseases without the use of any chemical medicine. It is useful for acupuncture students and could be read as an encyclopedia on this subject.”
Razgardani added that traditional medicine is now applied in hospitals of many European countries in Germany and Austria as supplementary healing methods and the patient can make use of them besides modern medicines.
As stated in the foreword to the book, studying this book familiarizes the reader with new health methods, discovers new aspects of their body, and learns how to maintain health. The most outstanding characteristic of the book is to show how to balance modern and traditional Chinese medicines. The book is originally penned in German.
“Chinese Healing” (Chinesisch heilen) is co-authored by Alexander Meng and Wolfgang Exel and converted into Persian by M. Razgardani. It is published in 272 pages by Saless Publications.
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