Chinese Medicine Database
The Chinese Medicine Database has been organized around one central principle -- translation of Classical Chinese texts, and dissemination of that information.
There are thousands of Chinese medicine texts that have never been translated. We have compiled a small list of the ones that we have found, but we believe that there are tens of thousands of documents that span from pre-Republican times to the Han dynasty. Most of these documents will never be read by people in the West, simply because of lack of translation.
Correcting or repairing the body is a specialty in Chinese medicine concerned with correcting or mending broken bones, dislocations, wounds, or other kinds of physical injury.
A nineteenth century commentary by Chen Xiuyuan on the Jin Gui Yao Lüe (Essentials from the Golden Cabinet)
Volumes IV-VI are commentaries on the formulas which appear in chapters twelve to twenty-three of the Jin Gui Yao Le (Essentials from the Golden Cabinet).
Sale Ends: 10-16-2019
The Great Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion by Yang Jizhou is an encyclopedic Ming dynasty work on Acupuncture and Moxibustion.
Volume 5, translated by Lorraine Wilcox, Ph.D, L.Ac., covers the details of using various point categories
Covers the different categories of disease by channel, and then looks at the categories of disease by body area.
Volume 9 of The Great Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion by Yang Jizhou translated by Lorraine Wilcox, Ph.D, L.Ac.,and is broken into four parts
Heal from the Heart: Odyssey through Nature, Soul and Recovery from Multiple Sclerosisis one woman's adventurous quest for life and recovery from multiple sclerosis.
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
The Outline of Female Medicine written by Xue Ji in the Ming Dynasty, is a book on the treatment of women, and is not strictly a book on obstetrics and gynecology. The emphasis is on reproductive disorders, but a number of sections are on non-reproductive conditions that women tend to suffer, including urinary problems, painful joints, scrofula, and skin conditions.
Sale Ends: 09-12-2019
Phenomenal resource for the clinical use of acupuncture and moxibustion.
The Zhen Jiu Zi Sheng Jing (The Classic of Supporting Life with Acupuncture and Moxibustion) by Wang Zhizhong, as translated by Yue Lu (with editing by Lorraine Wilcox) is an absolutely phenomenal resource for the clinical use of acupuncture and moxibustion.
by Jonathan Schell L.Ac