Wood Becomes Water

Wood Becomes Water: Chinese Medicine in Everyday Life

By Gail Reichstein

I remember getting very excited when I began reading this book and looked forward to discussing it with my colleagues. The author resides and practices acupuncture in New York; this is a fantastic book to read, it’s so well thought out and put together. I’ve shared it with some of my patients and they’ve been equally fascinated by it.

There’s a very comprehensive chapter on each of the 5 Elements and it’s written in a way that you can very easily relate to what the author is trying to get across. I think anyone like myself who’s studied this form of Chinese medicine will go straight to the chapter on their particular Element first. Once you’ve read this, your interest is started and you want to read more. A great book which I would highly recommend to anyone.

Paul Adkins Lic.Ac., BA(Hons), 1st Dan, FEA, MBAcC

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