Clinical Handbook Of Chinese Medicine

Author: Bob Xu
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814579882
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This is a concise handbook providing a quick clinical reference on Chinese medicinal treatments for many diseases, based on Traditional Chinese Medicine theory and practice. Organized by different clinical conditions and diseases, it provides clinicians and healthcare professionals with definitions and recommended treatment methods, especially herbal medicine formulae. In addition to being a comprehensive quick reference source, this handbook also conveys a generalized understanding of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Contents:Overview:IntroductionChinese History vs. Chinese MedicineMisunderstandings of Chinese Medical HistoryObstacles in Chinese Medical HistoryMilestones in Chinese Medical HistoryPre-scientific, Qualitative, and Philosophical MedicineComplexity of Chinese MedicineMethodology of Chinese MedicineChinese Medicine vs. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)Fundamental Characteristics of Chinese MedicineResearch and Regulation on Chinese MedicineNomenclature of Chinese MedicinePractice:General PrinciplesInternal MedicinePediatricsObstetrics and GynecologySurgeryAnorectal DiseasesAndriatricsDermatologyOphthalmologyOtologyRhinologyLaryngologyStomatologyPreventive Medicine Readership: All TCM clinicians, health professionals, and practitioners. Individuals in the following fields: medicine, psychology, psychopathology, life and health sciences, philosophy, humanities, sociology, education, and anthropology. Members of the laypublic. Keywords:Chinese Medicine (CM);Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM);Chinese Herbal Medicine;Herbal Formulation

Clinical Handbook Of Chinese Herbs

Author: Will Maclean
Editor: Singing Dragon
ISBN: 0857012983
File Size: 66,56 MB
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This revised edition of Maclean's classic Clinical Handbook of Chinese Herbs is an extensive and detailed guide to the medicinal properties of traditional Chinese herbs, and how they should be prescribed in today's medical practice. The handbook employs comparative charts to help clinicians to select the optimal medicinals for their patients. Each table outlines the characteristics of a group of herbs, including extensive indications with relative strengths of action and function, the domain, flavour, nature, and dosage guidelines. The book also caters for special circumstances in health that may alter a patient's requirements, with appendices giving need-to-know instructions for a number of specific cases. Easy-to-use and comprehensive, the handbook will facilitate efficient comparative reference, as well as detailing the fine points of discrimination.

A Clinical Handbook Of Chinese Herbal Formulas

Author: Heinrich Otmar Fruehauf
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Clinical Handbook Of Classical Chinese Herbalism

Author: Tim Rudowsky
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781466354319
File Size: 31,74 MB
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This part-formulas text, part-clinical notebook approaches standard traditional Chinese herbal formulas in a unique and readily accessible format. With both the Chinese herbal medicine student and practicing clinician in mind, the Clinical Handbook concisely presents herbal formulas alphabetically with associated ingredients, dosages, source text quotations, specific preparation and decoction instructions, TCM anecdotes, and notes from master herbalists. In addition, all Shanghan lun and Jingui yaolue prescriptions are all paired with quotations from those texts along with fastidiously translated dosage information and preparation instructions penned by the hand of Zhang Zhongjing. The ultimate purpose of this text is to join the renaissance of classical herbalism in the US by empowering students and clinicians with the requisite tools for authentic and effective herbal prescription. This text somewhat disregards the typical TCM formula categories and, instead, simply lists herbal formulas alphabetically in a dense, yet highly readable, format. This book is the only one of it's kind in combining both clinical application with classical diligence and scholarship. As such, Clinical Handbook of Classical Chinese Herbalism is the perfect companion to the more comprehensive Bensky-Clavey-Stoger and Wiseman-Brand materia medicas. The Clinical Handbook was self-published by Green Tea Apothecary Press in Portland, OR (www.CookMyHerbs.com).

Clinical Handbook Of Chinese Veterinary Herbal Medicine

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ISBN: 9780976935919
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Clinical Handbook Of Chinese Prepared Medicines

Author: Chun-Han Zhu
Editor: Paradigm Publications
ISBN: 9780912111438
File Size: 43,72 MB
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A presentation of TCM prepared patent" medicines assembled from the work of a Chinese practitioner who has had years of experience training students and treating patients. Each formula is identified by Chinese, pinyin, and a "generic" English name."

A Clinical Guide To Chinese Herbs And Formulae

Author: Song Yu Chen
Editor:
ISBN: 9780443046803
File Size: 77,19 MB
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This is a clinical handbook for practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that aims to provide quick and easy reference to the selection of herbs for treatment and their action alone and in combination. Written by two eminent teachers from the Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, who between them have accumulated over 60 years of clinical practice and teaching, this handbook emphasizes how to combine herbs and differentiate between single herbs and formulae depending on the treatment strategy adopted. It contains case histories illustrating how to adapt formulae in practice, and tables of information help with quick identification of herbs and combinations of herbs."

Handbook Of Chinese Herbal Formulas

Author: Him-che Yeung
Editor: Redwing Book Company
ISBN: 9780963971517
File Size: 75,76 MB
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This text describes some 300 frequently used formulas, giving characters, Pinyin, common names and botanical names for each of the formula constituents along with the range of dose in grams. Each of the the descriptions contain the action of the formula in TCM and an indications section listing symptoms, tongue, and pulse signs. The applications section lists allopathically defined conditions treated by the formula. There is also a modifications section that describes substances that can be added or deleted for specific conditions.

National Library Of Medicine Current Catalog

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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Current Catalog

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.

How To Heal Hashimoto S

Author: Marc Ryan
Editor: Hay House
ISBN: 1401953603
File Size: 50,13 MB
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Here's the simple truth about Hashimoto's- It's way more than a thyroid problem. And even though it's an autoimmune disease it is also way more than an immune system problem. Over time, it becomes a body-wide disorder. Most people are familiar with the common hypothyroid symptoms of fatigue, brain fog, weight gain, sensitivity to cold, hair loss, and constipation. But what many people don't seem to understand is that many Hashimoto's patients also have anxiety and depression, acid reflux, blood sugar imbalances like hypoglycemia and insulin resistance, intestinal permeability, anemia, food intolerances, and much more. This is not coincidence. It is all caused by repeated patterns of one system of the body breaking down and bringing other systems down with it. This causes vicious cycles that lead to the breakdown of the gut, the brain, the adrenals, the stomach, the gall bladder, the liver and every other major organ in the body. The system revealed in this book provides an easy-to-follow approach for first figuring out what is breaking down and then developing a plan for fixing it. This book is a practical road map for healing Hashimoto's using diet, lifestyle changes, and other natural interventions to transform these vicious cycles into positive healing momentum-thereby allowing the body to return to balance.

A Handbook Of Traditional Chinese Gynecology

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Clinical Applications Of Ayurvedic And Chinese Herbs

Author: Kerry Bone
Editor:
ISBN: 9780646295022
File Size: 78,41 MB
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Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines

Author: Jake Fratkin
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A Handbook Of Tcm Patterns Their Treatments

Author: Bob Flaws
Editor: Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc.
ISBN: 9780936185705
File Size: 59,43 MB
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This book is the second, revised edition of a practical handbook of Chinese medical patterns with their disease causes and mechanisms, signs and symptoms, treatment principles, guiding formulas, main modifications, and acupuncture treatments. It is meant for both the student and the clinical practitioner. The authors have included numerous patterns previously not described in the English language literature as well as many complex patterns which are commonly seen in real-life practice in the West. It also includes a symptom-sign index and a formula index for easy reference. All medicinal names in this new edition conform to Bensky et al.'s Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica 3rd edition, and all Chinese medical terminology corresponds to Wiseman and Feng's A Practical Dictionary of Chinese Medicine. Ingredients in Chinese medicinal formulas begin with their pinyin names and are listed down for easier reference. In addition, this new edition contains a number of case histories for use in problem-based learning (PBL) along with suggested answers, thus making it even more useful in the classroom.

The Oriental Medicine Resource Guide

Author: Betsy Fogelman
Editor: Onword Press
ISBN:
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The Drug Natural Medicine Advisor

Author: Time-Life Books
Editor: Time Life Education
ISBN: 9780783549385
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Covers "prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and natural remedies ... side effects .. color guide to pills and herbs; interactions with food and other drugs ... how to prepare natural remedies; vitamins, minerals, and nutritional supplements"--Back cover.

Handbook Of Chinese Medicine And Ayurveda

Author: Bridgette Shea
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1620556170
File Size: 28,69 MB
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A comprehensive reference tool for maximizing healing of the mind, body, and spirit through a holistic synergy of Chinese medicine and Ayurveda • Details the foundational principles of each tradition and the many concepts they share, such as qi and prana, meridians and nadis, and energy centers and chakras • Provides tools for self-assessment including a primer on tongue diagnosis and a mental, emotional, and physical constitutional questionnaire • Offers breathing exercises, dietary regimens, herbal recommendations, and guides for detoxification, including safe and gentle at-home cleansing Chinese medicine and Ayurveda are two of the oldest healing systems in use today. Each is a complete art, in and of itself, and has profoundly contributed to the health and well-being of millions of people around the world. Drawing on their shared roots and spiritual principles, Bridgette Shea, L.Ac., MAcOM, shows how these two practices integrate seamlessly, with the two traditions’ individual strengths harmonizing to form a practical basis for prevention, wellness, detoxification, and treatment. The author explains the foundational principles of both Chinese medicine and Ayurveda in detail, providing the reader with a working understanding of both disciplines. She examines shared concepts such as qi and prana, meridians and nadis, and energy centers and chakras. She explores the strengths of each practice, such as the clinical efficiency of diagnosis and the use of acupuncture for pain relief, improving fertility, and stress reduction in Chinese medicine and the dietary, detoxification, and spiritual guidance of Ayurveda, including the detox branch of Ayurveda known as Panchakarma. Moving beyond theory into practical application, she explores the Elements, known as the Five Phases and the Panchamahabhutas, and how they affect our well-being. She provides tools for self-assessment including a primer on tongue diagnosis and a mental, emotional, and physical constitutional questionnaire. Offering treatment and prevention strategies that draw from both disciplines, she encourages the reader to implement an integrated practice of these two systems in daily life or clinical practice. She details breathing exercises, dietary regimens, herbal recommendations, and guides for detoxification, including safe and gentle home cleanses, all rooted in the holistic synergy between Ayurveda and Chinese medicine. Sharing case studies that highlight the interconnectedness of these approaches, Shea provides a comprehensive guide for self-healing of body, mind, and spirit and a practitioner’s resource to cross-reference complex questions with respect to both healing traditions.

A Handbook Of Traditional Chinese Gynecology

Author: Bob Flaws
Editor: Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc.
ISBN: 9780936185064
File Size: 60,30 MB
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This book was the first English language translation of a complete Chinese clinical manual on TCM gynecology and obstetrics. It was the textbook for the OB-GYN class at the Zhejiang College of Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, PRChina. It covers the disease causes and mechanisms and the pattern discrimination treatment for 35 commonly encountered complaints. The book is divided into five sections: 1) menstrual diseases, 2) abnormal vaginal discharge diseases, 3) gestational & birthing diseases, 4) postpartum diseases, and 5) miscellaneous diseases. Because Chinese gynecology in China means treatment via the internal administration of Chinese herbs, all the treatments in this book are herbal ones. If one wants to buy a single book covering all of Chinese gynecology in an introductory, survey fashion, this is the book to buy.

The New Chinese Medicine Handbook

Author: Misha Ruth Cohen
Editor: Fair Winds Press (MA)
ISBN: 1592336930
File Size: 78,25 MB
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A comprehensive, practical user's guide for Traditional Chinese Medicine.