Fuzi : exploration of the growing regions and conditions of aconite

Many of you may know that I work with Heiner Fruehauf, who was one of the founders of the Classical Chinese Medicine program at NCNM.  He still teaches there, but has several other projects as well.  Two are accessible online: Classicalchinesemedicine.org : a fantastic educational resource for people interested in the roots of Chinese medicine.  […]

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Learning classical Chinese is foundational – an interview with Rick Goodman

As I’m working on some of the foundational materials for the upcoming Shennong Relational Herb Learning course, I’m revisiting some material from classical Chinese medicine texts that I don’t know particularly well.  It’s prompted me to get out my Big Chinese-English Dictionary and start slogging through the tedious process of translating passages when you’re not fluent […]

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