By Le Bon Carra De Vaux
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They often do not tell their doctor as they resent his depreciating reception of their psychosomatic symptoms. 56 Chinese pulse diagnosis39 can, not infrequently, find a dysfunction in these patients with ‘supratentorial’ disease. With the appropriate treatment the ‘supratentorial’ disease is alleviated or cured and the patient’s fatigue, lethargy, restlessness or other symptoms, which he may have had for many years, are dissipated. In these cases acupuncture is sometimes the appropriate treatment, in other cases less food and running a mile before breakfast is the answer.
But, at the same time, it is clear that, in most instances, they do not cure-in the sense that changes in cellular pathology are not usually reversed. Likewise acupuncture does not cure ‘real’ diseases. The temporary alleviation which is achieved by taking a medicine every day, cannot be emulated by acupuncture, for acupuncture is normally only applied half a dozen times, followed sometimes by a few single follow-up treatments. The aim of acupuncture, and I hope that of Western medicine in the future, is to treat disease before it is by definition incurable.
Digitalis will help for a day, but the congestive cardiac failure could only have been cured at the preclinical phase, at which stage both the mind, acupuncture and drugs can influence it. Many consider that a double blind cross over trial can distinguish between a real medicine and a placebo, because the effect of the mind is excluded. This is to a large extent correct in modern medicines with their strong pharmacological actions: pentothal works or it does not work; when it is excreted the effect wears off and more has to be injected.
Avicenne by Le Bon Carra De Vaux