Theory of Chinese Medicine
This text has been designed to help students understand and appreciate the five-phase model of diagnostic patterning that is a part of the tradition of East Asian medicine.
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Provides a step-by-step introduction and practical guide to palpatation as a method of assessment, diagnosis and treatment within the context of Oriental medicine.
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Presents a full examination of the eight extraordinary meridians from the texts of the Neijing (The Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic), the Nanjing (The Classic of Difficult Issues), and their commentaries.
An understanding of women’s health is essential to modern Chinese medical practice, yet it has rarely been studied from the classics. In this unique book Elisabeth Rochat draws on a range of Chinese texts both well-known and more obscure.
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The six extraordinary fu, the brain, marrow, bones, mai, gallbladder and uterus, are a set of remarkable systems within the body which can act as ordinary fu but which also have the ability to store essences.
The number one basic primer of Chinese medicine theory
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This book begins with a look at the second chapter of the Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, Neijing Suwen chapter 2, and discusses the movements of heaven and earth in autumn, and the lung's need for clarity and abundant qi at this time.
This book is a perfect introduction to the zangfu, their spheres of influence and their responsibilities as set out in the first part of The Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, the Neijing Suwen chapter 8.
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The Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, the Neijing, has been a source book for traditional Chinese medicine for two thousand years. The Way of Heaven is a translation of the first two chapters together with a commentary.