Nei Ching

Nei Ching

the Yellow Emperors' Classic of Internal Medicine as part of the history of Chinese medicine.
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Four thousand five hundred years ago, the Yellow Emperor of China noted in the Nei Ching, an ancient book of medicine, that "if too much salt is used for food, the pulse hardens.
The earliest known text on acupuncture is the Nei Ching, or classic of internal medicine, traditionally subscribed to the Yellow Emperor, Huang Ti, (2697-2596 B.