Frank Ros, “The Lost Secrets of Ayurvedic Acupuncture”, 1994 was the topic of an earlier blog post.
The composition of the Human Body is shown in the table BELOW. Chemistry is the lowest level of anatomy reduces the body to molecules. The elements of the human body are twenty-five (25). These elements in order of abundance are: O C H N Ca P S K Na Cl Fe Mg F Zn Si Cu B V Se Mn I Mo Co Li Cr. Silver (Ag) and gold (Au) are “not” human essential elements; and, silver (Ag) and gold (Au) are listed last below because they have “no” physiological chemistry in humans.
Eidonomy is exterior anatomy of the acupuncturist; and, historically Eidonomy is a periodicity of body composition.
In the Asian world spanning from West Asia (Mesopotamia’) to East Asia (China) written records date back to 3,500 BC. Writing began in Ur, Mesopotamia’ with the Sumerian language; and, the ancient Chinese independently developed there of writing system.
Traditional acupuncture is associated with the Yellow Emperor (Huang Di) of China; and, most writings on ancient acupuncture are from Chinese sources.
Ilza Veith, “The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine “, 1949 was the topic of an earlier blog post.