Theory of Chinese Medicine
Outlines the key methods used in diagnosis, and describes the eight basic categories of ailment and disease: yin and yang, exterior and interior, cold and heat, and deficiency and excess.
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The first English language textbook and clinic manual specifically on the Chinese medical treatment of kidney and bladder diseases.
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Accessible to the layman, yet a resource for the professional in any healing art, this book examines the natural energy functions of the human organism as a key to mental, emotional and spiritual health.
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Energy Medicine East and West: A Natural History of Qi provides a unique, comprehensive overview of Qi or bio energy for students and practitioners of energy medicines, Chinese and Oriental Medicine, and all disciplines of Complementary and Integrative Medicine.
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The first translation into English of the complete Yin-hai jing-wei, a classic 15th century text on Chinese ophthalmology.
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An authoritative text on musculoskeletal and physical medicine that integrates Eastern and Western approaches, covering every aspect of musculoskeletal medicine, starting with an in-depth introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) principles as they relate to the subject.
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A classical dictionary of TCM, intended for those interested in a more direct translation from the Chinese language, comprising a helpful explanation of word formation, derivation, and pronunciation of Chinese characters from a linguistic perspective.
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The first part of this book clarifies the aspects of the heart which have been variously translated as heart governor, heart protector, heart constrictor and pericardium. Xin zhu is discussed as ‘the heart as master’ and contrasted with the heart as a void. Xin bao luo is presented as the enveloping and connecting aspect of the heart, and tan zhong as the central temple within the chest – the sea of qi and gathering place of ancestral qi, the place of transmission for elation and joy.
Presents just over 800 commonly used Chinese terms in thematic order.
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The jingjin are a network of secondary meridians that form part of the meridian system of Chinese acupuncture
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A complete presentation of traditional diagnosis in Chinese medicine.
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