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Ancient Chinese Medicine Used By The Pentagon

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Ancient Chinese Medicine Used By The Pentagon

Pentagon Commission New Painkiller, Ancient Chinese Acupuncture…

Acupuncture, the traditional Chinese medicinal technique, has proved so successful in relieving chronic pain that the Pentagon plans to add the therapy to it’s medical arsenal.

Please with the success of treating wounded troops at home, Military physicians will begin training US Air Force doctors deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, how to fight severe pain by inserting needles into the soldiers’ skin.

“This is one of the fastest pain attenuators in existence,” one Military surgeon said, adding that “relief lasts for days.”

 Ancient Chinese Medicine Used By The Pentagon

The pain relief works by inserting needles into five points of the ear, this interrupts signals headed for the brain.

The ancient Chinese technique cannot replace morphine in combat, but it will help some patients avoid it and other psychotropic drugs known to cause side effects, allergies, and addiction. A US Air Force physician said:

“We use acupuncture as an adjunct…

“The Chinese have used it for 5,000 years. It works, and it’s powerful.”

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