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As of this writing, you may not treat other people with Fu Xi Wen. This chapter is meant to reflect
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how Fu Xi Wen can be utilized when licensing has been established to treat other people.


The tissues listed below are best guesses for each condition. You should not read these lists as prescriptions for any particular disorder. Rather, they are starting points for your problem-solving.


Be extremely cautious treating children, especially babies. Painting the box and balancing container Qi is recommended over tissue treatments.


Fever

paint the box


Cough

paint the box of chest, side ribs, neck, and back


Reflux

stomach, stomach cardiac sphincter, stomach pyloric sphincter, liver, emotions, diaphragm


Fears and Anxieties

Paint the box, emotional treatments


Premature birth

paint the box, one lung every other day (if needed), other body parts as needed


Bronchiolitis

paint the box, lung bronchi as needed, one lung alveoli every other day as needed, upper body lymphatic vessels,


Croup

paint the box, lung bronchi as needed, one lung alveoli every other day as needed, upper body lymphatic vessels, epiglottis, vocal cords


Cerebral Palsy

Always be extremely cautious, slow and methodical treating the brain, especially of children. Cerebrum arteries/capillaries/veins/lymphatic vessels, specific brain parts as determined affected, all nerves, cerebrum motor cortex, cerebrum central nucleus, muscles, nerves muscles, muscles nerves, tongue muscles, cerebrum speech center, nerves


Failure To Thrive

paint the box, arteries/veins/capillaries/lymphatic vessels, stomach, spleen, liver, kidneys, heart, bone marrow only if absolutely necessary, brain sub-parts only if absolutely necessary, nerves all directions




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