Autism & Traditional Chinese Medicine

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If we can demonstrate the topography of the brain with concordant tongue acupoints, this research will play an important role in developing a potential paradigm shift as to the pathogenesis of autism and neural plasticity.
Virginia Wong
In Chinese medicine, the dian type refers to taciturn and uncommunicative behavior, dementia, lack of sympathy, apathy, and soliloquy; soliloquy; it refers to the person who turns inward. This is closest to the autistic condition.
Subhuti Dharmananda
The ability of an Autistic child to relate to others is a function of the health of the Heart Blood. CM assigns the clouded stares or unfocused eyes observed in many Autistic children to Shen disturbances.
Mary Cissy Majebe
In the treatment of Autism, the three primary organ systems of concern are the Heart, Spleen, and Kidneys; these organ ,system are associated with speech, hearing, and taste, respectively.
M. Cissy Majebe
Invented by Dr. Gunvant Oswal, an integrated practitioner in Ayurveda and Allopathy, the treatment involves intake of a special combination of herbal extracts in potentised form and salts of body.
All these are the symptom of autism and we have the complete cure for all these problem. You have spend enough time for the cure, it varies from 1 month to 6 months for intensive treatment... According to Master Leong it is his brain's Qi is not moving smoothly

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