Books on chinese medicine, acupuncture, herbology, pathology, anatomy, theory and more.
Managing Depression with Qigong provides a guide to an effective and increasingly recognised form of treatment that will be invaluable to people with depression and their families.
This practical book will help anyone who is prone to stress, regardless of their level of ability or experience of Qigong.
Sale Ends: 09-04-2021
Manual of Dermatology in Chinese Medicine provides the practitioner with the information needed to properly treat skin diseases.
This accessible and beautiful form will be of interest to experienced practitioners and beginners alike, and especially to those interested in the authentic connection with forms practised in ancient China.
Sale Ends: 01-27-2022
This book describes the disease mechanisms, pattern discrimination, and Chinese medical treatment of perimenopausal and menopausal syndromes.
Sale Ends: 09-09-2021
Methodologies for Effectively Assessing Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) - Mark J. Langweiler and Peter W. McCarthy
Examining the methods and criteria for assessing Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), this book highlights how CAM research must be treated differently to research in conventional medicine. Experts from a wide range of CAM modalities provide background to the therapies and suggest the most effective research methodology for each.
Sale Ends: 09-04-2021
Miscellaneous Records of a Female Doctor written by Tan Yunxian and translated by Lorraine Wilcox with Yue Lu, is the earliest known writings by a female doctor in China. It consists of one volume with 31 cases surrounded by two prefaces and three postscripts
Sale Ends: 09-23-2021
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This book is a manual for the mycological rescue of the planet. Setting the stage for the mycorestoration revolution, Mycelium Running unveils new methods for growing mushrooms, generating mycelium, and implanting mushroom colonies into the environment. Capitalizing on the digestive power of mycelium, this pioneering book shows how to strengthen sustainability of habitats while providing a multitude of biological benefits.
For each mushroom, clinical studies, references and enzyme analysis are provided along with contra-indications. While primarily from a TCM viewpoint, over fifty-percent of the references and clinical studies are from a non-TCM viewpoint, thereby providing practitioners a holistic viewpoint on each mushroom.
Written by a mycologist and mushroom cultivator with more than 30 years of experience in the field, this full-color resource guide describes and documents the health benefits of 17 different species of mushrooms. Newly updated and expanded, MycoMedicinals includes answers to frequently asked questions and an extensive bibliography. 96 pages, softcover.