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Happy New Year User:Wschact.

You may not think my edits improve the article, however, the theory of Complementarity has existed in all three of the world's most well-know Complementary medicine systems Ayurvedic medicine (practiced continuously since 200 B.C. according to archaeological records), Traditional Chinese Medicine (practiced continuously since 400 B.C. according to archaeological records), and Tibetan medicine (since 700 A.D.). Yin and Yang in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Tibetan medicine is one example of it. I will be expanding the article in the coming weeks to reflect details on these 3 systems use of the term Complementarity. Cause and effect is related to it. The categories stand as well since Complementarity is part of Disease classifications in Ayurvedic medicine.

As I mentioned here, I request your patience on editing the following areas mentioned here: User_talk:TheAmericanRedoubt#100_Ayurvedic_Herbal_Medicine_Articles_for_1st_Week_of_January_2015

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

TheAmericanRedoubt 23:37, 2 January 2015 (EST)

P.S. I will be writing an article on flashlight this month and am making the hyperlinks to it in advance as I go along. TheAmericanRedoubt 23:39, 2 January 2015 (EST)