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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The Qi jing ba mai kao is among the most remarkable of texts in the Chinese medical literature. Bringing together writings on acupuncture, herbal medicine and internal cultivation (nei dan), it argues that aspiring adepts and physicians alike must understand the full scope of the extraordinary vessels.
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The medicinals are categorised according to the alphabetical order of herbs' pinyin names
Covers life, birth, daily life habits and disease, health-cultivation techniques, dietary regimens, sexual activity, medicinal baths and more.
An Integrated Clinical Approach with Chinese Medicine: Alleviating the Side Effects of Cancer Treatment
The author of this book, Dr. Zhang Dai-zhao, is a well-known oncologist in China and is the one of the leading authorities on the usage of integrative medicine to relieve the side effects of cancer treatment.
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A practical full-color photo atlas of acupuncture points; imposition of channels on human models offers an indispensable aid to accurate location of points for students and practitioners. Anatomical cross-sections provide a vivid illustration of the tissues traversed by needling of commonly used and potentially dangerous points.
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Presents a unique, whole systems, view of myofascial/locomotor anatomy in which the bodywide connections among the muscles within the fascial net are described in detail for the first time.
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