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The Treatise on the Spleen and Stomach: A Translation of the Pi Wei Lun
Li Dong-Yuan

Blue Poppy Pr, 1993

This is a translation and annotation of Li Dong-yuan's Pi Wei Lun; by Bob Flaws. With so much new research in China on the ideas and formulas of Li Dong-yuan, we feel this book is one of the most important pre-modern texts in Chinese medicine for 21st century clinicians. Bob has undertaken the task of a fresh translation of this book, this time including detailed commentary, relevant case histories and random clinical trail reports for each ...


Dui Yao: The Art of Combining Chinese Medicinals
Philippe Sionneau

Blue Poppy Pr, 1997

Based on 2,000 years of recorded clinical experience, certain combinations of Chinese medicinals work better than others. Although theoretically there may be several possible combinations which might achieve a certain therapeutic effect, in actual fact, one combination in particular gets definite dependable results. This book describes over 100 of the best known, most useful two medicinal combinations. Using this book, one can more easily ...


Mastering Tung Acupuncture - Distal Imaging for Fast Pain Relief
Brad Whisnant, Deborah Bleecker

Draycott Publishing, LLC, 2015

Take away the guess work Eliminate the complexity Want to know what works? Our Master Tung book about images, Mirrors and relationships was NOT only written to help explain these concepts, it was written to help you choose the BEST image in your clinic. --- No longer will it take 50,000 patients and 10 years to "figure out" what works "best". This book has done this for you. Honest, open, factual and clinically effective based Acupuncture ...


Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine
Huang Huang, Translated by Michael Max

Eastland Press, 2009

Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine provides a practical path to a deeper understanding of traditional Chinese herbal formulas. Dr. Huang discusses the core aspects of the ten most important families of formulas in the classical formula tradition in a way that is both profound and accessible. By introducing the concept of constitutions and the attendant vulnerabilities of those constitutions to certain types of disorders, he hands the ...


Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Guide, 1e
Giovanni Maciocia CAc(Nanjing)

Churchill Livingstone, 2004

Easily accessible and heavily illustrated, this complete guide to diagnosis in Chinese Medicine places an emphasis on "real world" issues. Focusing on clear interpretations of signs and symptoms, it addresses the practice beyond the theory and leads readers through both basic and sophisticated levels of diagnostic interpretation. Since Chinese medicine diagnosis relies on a subtle appraisal of a patient's disharmony, many factors beyond ...


Chinese Medical Herbology & Pharmacology
John K. Chen, Tina T. Chen

Art of Medicine Press, 2004

Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology integrates contemporary understanding of the ancient practice of Chinese herbal medicine with essential safety information for a context in which use of pharmaceutical and traditional medicines is increasingly integrated in the treatment of illness. In 1,266 information-packed pages, this text offers healthcare practitioners, researchers, educators and students information for a lifetime of learning and ...


Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine, 2e
Jane Lyttleton BSc (Hons) (NZ) MPhil (UK) Dip TCM (Aus) Cert Acup (China) Cert Herbal Med (China)

Churchill Livingstone, 2013

The second edition of this popular text systematically addresses all aspects of treatment of infertility using Chinese medicine. Clinically focused and with a new easy-to-navigate design, the book begins by covering all the essential fundamentals you will need to understand and treat infertility, before going on to look at what Chinese medicine offers in the way of treatment for functional infertility in men and women, gynecological disorders ...


The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text for Acupuncturists and Herbalists. Second Edition
Giovanni Maciocia CAc(Nanjing)

Churchill Livingstone, 2005

This successful Chinese medicine textbook covers the theory of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture, and discusses in detail the use of acupuncture points and the principles of treatment. The material is based on rigorous reference to ancient and modern Chinese texts, and explains the application of theory in a Western practice context. The new edition features new and updated material, including discussion of 50 additional acupuncture ...


Chinese Language and Culture
Weijia Huang, Qun Ao

The Chinese University Press, 2003

This is a reader written especially for learners of intermediate level Chinese and above. It contains forty articles on topics such as Chinese language, culture, history, society, folklore, holidays, geography. Grammatical notes and exercises are included after each article and two appendices are available for easy reference.


Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas & Strategies (2nd Ed.)
Volker Scheid, Dan Bensky, ...

Eastland Press, 2009

The new 2nd edition of Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas & Strategies, the companion volume to Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica, is designed to serve as both a textbook for students and an authoritative reference for practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine. Included in the new edition are over 800 medicinal formulas drawn from both classical and modern sources, which provide more than twice the information in the earlier edition. ...


Chinese Natural Cures: Traditional Methods for Remedy and Prevention
Henry C. Lu

Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, 2006

The most comprehensive, trusted, and user-friendly guide to Chinese traditional medicine is finally available in a handy paperback. A perennial backlist bestseller in hardcover, Chinese Natural Cures remains the most complete and up-to-date book available in the Western world on the system and wisdom of Chinese medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine is made up of four distinct methods of treatment: the use of herbs, acupuncture, the use ...


Dictionary of the Ben cao gang mu, Volume 1: Chinese Historical Illness Terminology (Ben Cao Gang Mu ...
Zhibin Zhang, Paul U. Unschuld

University of California Press, 2014

The Ben cao gang mu , compiled in the second half of the sixteenth century by a team led by the physician Li Shizhen (1518–1593) on the basis of previously published books and contemporary knowledge, is the largest encyclopedia of natural history in a long tradition of Chinese materia medica works. Its description of almost 1,900 pharmaceutically used natural and man-made substances marks the apex of the development of premodern Chinese ...


Chinese Herbal Formulas: Treatment Principles and Composition Strategies, 1e
Yifan Yang MD MSc

Churchill Livingstone, 2010

Traditionally the study of Chinese herbal formulas has involved memorizing hundreds of classic formulas, and recognizing and summarizing the relevant treatment rules and formula-making strategies in order to create appropriate formulas for treatment.  This new book by Yifan Yang, author of Chinese Herbal Medicines: Comparisons and Characteristics (which pioneered the comparative method of single herb study), introduces a new approach to ...


Manual of Natural Veterinary Medicine: Science and Tradition, 1e
Susan G. Wynn, Steve Marsden

Mosby, 2002

This handy reference provides users with an understanding of complementary and alternative treatment options for more than 130 common disease states. A practical manual, it describes a variety of possible approaches to small animal disorders. Concentrating on nutrition, herbs, traditional Chinese medicines, and physical therapies, the authors present both tradition- and evidence-based therapies for disorders not always responsive to conventional ...


Beginning Chinese, 2nd Revised Edition (English and Mandarin Chinese Edition)
John DeFrancis, Yung Teng Chia-yee

Yale University Press, 1976

A complete revision of the first volume in the Yale Linguistic Series, this new version, in pinyin romanization, and aimed at secondary school and college levels, is an introduction to spoken Chinese. It includes dialogues, pronunciation drills, sentence-building exercises, examples of characters, substitution drills, and miscellaneous exercises in the form of games like crossword puzzles. There is a combined glossary-index, supplementary ...


T'ung & Pollard's Colloquial Chinese
P.C. T'ung, D.E. Pollard

Routledge, 1982

T’ung and Pollard’s Colloquial Chinese course is the ideal introductory course for all dedicated learners of Mandarin Chinese. Written by experienced teachers, the course provides a rigorous introduction to the pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar of Mandarin Chinese. By the end of this rewarding course learners will be able to communicate confidently in a wide variety of situations. The solid foundation provided is also ideal for ...


Chinese Herbalist's Handbook 3rd Edition
Dagmar Ehling

Lotus Press, 2002

The Chinese Herbalist's Handbook is a new tool for prescribing and modifying herbal formulas. This book makes the practice of herbs easily accessible to Chinese medical practitioners and students. For practitioners who rely upon patent herbal formulas, but would like to custom-tailor formulas to each patient's unique needs, this book demystifies the process, with instructions and exhaustive cross-referencing and indexing.


Chinese Traditional Herbal Medicine Volume I Diagnosis and Treatment
Michael Tierra, Lesley Tierra

Lotus Press, 1998

This first volume focuses on the theory, principles, diagnostic methods and treatment modalities that are an essential part of the practicum of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It is intended to not only provide the background and theoretical framework for the reader to understand the viewpoint from which TCM starts in its understanding of human health, but also gives the reader systematic insight and practical information to permit ...


Fang Xiang Liao Fa: Essential Oil Analogues of TCM Herbal Formulas
Esther E Aldrich, Randall R Bornemann

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013

Some people just don't like needles. Children, for example, can be very difficult to needle. Then there are people who have to be careful with herbs. Celiacs are limited in that they can only use gluten-free herbs. This book provides an alternative to both. With a 53 page TCM-based Materia Medica of essential oils, a full Materia Medica of carrier oils, and over 100 blends, all based on TCM herbal formulas, complete with point prescriptions ...


Notes From South Mountain : A Guide to Concentrated Herb Granules
Andrew Ellis

Thin Moon Publishing, 2003

This book is a reflection of the author's belief that the modern practitioner of Chinese medicine in the West needs educational material that not only includes indications and functions of the formulas but that also ties this information to the roots of Chinese medicine and the real world of the clinic. To that end, its purpose is to help students and practitioners see classical formulas not as archaic and static fossils of intellectual dogma ...



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