BHU emulates China: Adopts acupuncture therapy to cure illness

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Published on 20 April 2016 11:03 AM GMT

BHU emulates China: Adopts acupuncture therapy to cure illness
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Varanasi: For the first time Banaras Hindu university (BHU) has adopted a lineal therapy of China i.e acupuncture therapy to cure illness.

Sir Sunderlal Hospital of BHU adopted this treatment since last three months and more than 50 patients have been treated of various ailments without under going any medicinal therapy.

" As Ayurvedic treatment is a lineal practice for us, similarly Acupuncture therapy is a lineal practice in China.The Agnikarma technique of Ayurveda and Acupuncture therapy are very similar to each other as they both take at least five weeks for treatment," said professor D N Pandey of BHU.

What is acupuncture therapy?

  • Acupuncture therapy includes the insertion of very thin needles to the patients skin at a specific points on the body.
  • It is a form of Chinese medicine that has been practised for centuries.
  • This is done to influence energy flow.

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