Jeju traditional medicine – the healing biodiversity of the island
Jeju Weekly, 28 March 2013

JEJU, REPUBLIC OF KOREA: The traditional healing system used by Jeju people has three branches: the mainland’s traditional medicine, botanical as well as physical therapies such as acupuncture which were adapted from that of China; shamanism, traditionally a system of healing used to calm the mind and console the spirit; and the island’s indigenous medicinal botany. Read the article …

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