Bloodletting is an often-overlooked but highly effective practice in Chinese medicine. Contrary to what many practitioners believe, bloodletting can be incorporated into everyday clinical use with excellent patient acceptance, practitioner confidence and safety. In this article the author describes his personal experiences with bloodletting, including techniques, best points and areas to bleed, and conditions most likely to respond.
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