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.
The world's most widely used and oldest continually published medical reference now features expanded clinical focus on each disorder, as well as more specific guidance on patient examinations.
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This three page scalp acupuncture chart includes eighteen full colour illustrations and depicts locations of both the Chinese national standard scalp lines as well as Dr. Jiao Shun-fa’s scalp lines. Illustrations include scalp lines overlaid on scalp surface anatomy and over corresponding motor and sensory regions of the brain. Additional images display regional brain anatomy. Major arteries, nerves, correct and incorrect angle of needle insertion, and anatomical layers of the scalp are also shown. Includes: English, alphanumeric codes, and traditional Chinese characters. Ideal for clinical reference or student study guide.
Set of 3 charts.
CD 60 min + DVD 70 min + lyric booklet
A compilation of songs on Chinese medical and Daoist themes, this album is in the ancient Chinese tradition of poetry and song, but expressed through the modern genres of rock’n’roll, blues, jazz, calypso, rap and folk.
Since its development in the 1980's, seated acupressure bodywork has spread rapidly across the world, and more and more people are becoming familiar with massage in a chair.
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Practising Taiji and Qigong is the perfect antidote to the stresses of modern life and a great way to stay healthy. Now caring professionals can help those with limited mobility to experience the benefits of Taiji and Qigong with this easy-to-follow guide.