Dai Kan (Big Cold) protocols of Yoshimasu Todo

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In this class, we will dive into a magnificent Japanese classical text called Shindo Happi Kogi, written by Yoshimasu Todo and commented on by Yokota Kanpu Sensei. One of the first chapters of this text is about the Dai Kan (big cold) protocols. Dai Kan summarizes the classic, thin, stringy-shouldered, female patient (think Reynaud’s syndrome) that many of us see in clinics on a frequent basis. We will take this theory and then apply our Oshide, Needle-top Moxa, and Chinetsu Kyu to treat.

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