La Medicina Cinese Spiriti Cuore Ed Emozioni

Author: Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée
Editor: Editoriale Jaca Book
ISBN: 9788816407947
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Il Simbolismo Dei Numeri Nella Cina Tradizionale

Author: Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée
Editor: Editoriale Jaca Book
ISBN: 9788816408876
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Alle Radici Della Civilt Cinese

Author: Claude Larre
Editor: Editoriale Jaca Book
ISBN: 9788816407015
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Elementi Di Medicina Tradizionale Cinese

Author: Jean Schatz
Editor: Editoriale Jaca Book
ISBN: 9788816404656
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Un Medico In Cina

Author: Sergio Perini
Editor: Armando Editore
ISBN: 8860819083
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Fondamenti Della Medicina Cinese

Author: Giovanni Maciocia
Editor: Elsevier srl
ISBN: 9788821429453
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Auricular Acupuncture Diagnosis

Author: Marco Romoli
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702042730
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Auricular Acupuncture Diagnosis

Medicine In China

Author: Paul U. Unschuld
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520266137
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In the first comprehensive and analytical study of therapeutic concepts and practices in China, Paul Unschuld traced the history of documented health care from its earliest extant records to present developments. This edition is updated with a new preface which details the immense ideological intersections between Chinese and European medicines in the past 25 years.

The Web That Has No Weaver Understanding Chinese Medicine

Author: Ted Kaptchuk
Editor: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483546276
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Chinese medicine is a healing art that has survived and continues to thrive in East Asia and is increasingly becoming a global resource. The Web That Has No Weaver is the classic English language introductory text that explains how medicine so rooted the archaic past can be relevant to modern health care. The book demystifies the worldview of Chinese medicine. Yin and yang, dampness and wind are easily comprehended. The Web lets the reader see, feel and discover aspects of illness that modern biomedicine overlooks or cannot even understand. The use of acupuncture and herbal medicine to regain harmony and balance is explained. The book is both accessible and scholarly and also incorporates the viewpoint of modern science. For students, scholars, health care providers and the general public, The Web has earned its place as the foremost authority synthesizing Western and Eastern approaches to healing. This revised second edition is the product of years of further reflection on ancient Chinese sources and active involvement in cutting-edge scientific research. Chapter include: 1. Medicine East and West: Two Ways of Seeing, Two Ways of Thinking / and the landscape patterns of nature and humans. 2. The Fundamental Textures: Qi, Blood, Essence, Spirit, and Fluids/ or the basic ingredients of human life. 3. The Organs of the Body: The Harmonious Landscape/ and on anatomy and its absence. 4.The Meridians: The Warp and Woof/and on acupuncture and herbology. 5. Origins of Disharmony: Stormy Weather/or when a cause is not a cause. 6. The Four Examinations: Signs and Symptoms/ and Aristotle and Lao Tzu revisited. 7. The Eight Principal Patterns: The Faces of Yin and Yang/ the patterns' basic texture and composition. 8. The Patterns of the Human Landscape//the details of the clinical scene. 9. Chinese Medicine as an Art/ or on the Penetrating Dvine Illumination. 10. The Web That Has No Weaver--and Mount Sina/ or on the location of truth.

Nan Jing

Author: Paul U. Unschuld
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520292278
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This newly revised and updated edition of Paul U. Unschuld’s original 1986 groundbreaking translation reflects the latest philological, methodological, and sinological standards of the past thirty years. The Nan Jing was compiled in China during the first century C.E., marking both an apex and a conclusion to the initial development stages of Chinese medicine. Based on the doctrines of the Five Phases and yinyang, the Nan Jing covers all aspects of theoretical and practical health care in an unusually systematic fashion. Most important is its innovative discussion of pulse diagnosis and needle treatment. This new edition also includes selected commentaries by twenty Chinese and Japanese authors from the past seventeen centuries. The commentaries provide insights into the processes of reception and transmission of ancient Chinese concepts from the Han era to the present time. Together with the Huang Di Nei Jing Su Wen and the Huang Di Nei Jing Ling Shu, this new translation of the Nan Jing constitutes a trilogy of writings offering scholars and practitioners today unprecedented insights into the beginnings of a two-millennium tradition of what was a revolutionary understanding of human physiology and pathology.