Welcome to The Journal of Chinese Medicine Bookshop
Each of these books is one we consider especially valuable in the study and practice of Chinese medicine and related activities. Wherever possible we include contents pages, reviews and sample text.
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Packaging policy: please note that we use biodegradable packaging for all our shipments. This includes all-paper protective bags, paper-based sealing tape, cornstarch or paper fillers and recycled content card boxes.
An edited transcript of two seminars given in 2004 in London, containing detailed descriptions of the various differentiated kinds of qi, and a wide-ranging philosophical investigation and explanation of the origin and development of the concept of qi itself.
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A-Z of Complementary and Alternative Medicine provides a pocket-size quick reference of CAM, allowing conventional and complementary health practitioners to ascertain:
- what the CAM intervention is
- what it does
- contraindications, precautions and interactions.
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Presents an in-depth explanation of common disorders, providing information on causative factors, dietary and behaviour recommendations, point techniques that can offer relief and when to seek medical help.
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Instructional DVD for pregnant women & their support people (pack of five individually packaged DVDs)
Instructional DVD for pregnant women & their support people. The acupressure techniques outlined in this DVD are easy to use, promote natural birth and encourage close partner involvement.To view an introductory video, please click here ...
Compiled by the faculty of one of China's leading schools of traditional medicine, Acupuncture: A Comprehensive Text is among the most authoritative textbooks and reference sources in its field. Since its translation into English in 1981, it has become a standard text used throughout the world.
This volume contains twelve articles covering the latest scientific explanations of the mechanism of acupuncture and critical reviews of clinical trials on its efficacy by leading scholars, including Edzard Ernst at Exeter, Lixing Lao at the University of Maryland, PC Leung at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Thomas Lundeberg at Karolinska Institute.
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