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An essential study guide &exam preparation workbook.Comprised of 630 questions &answers,it covers all aspects of the theory &practice of Chinese herbal medicine.An very useful book for preparing for school state or national Chinese exams.
This an alphabetical guide to the basic essentials of materia medica. Designed for quick reference in clinic to jog the memory on the specifics of each materia medica. Covers 300 of the most taught herbs internationally.
Explores the healing properties of plant substances known in China;among these is the remarkable ginseng root well known for its ability to preserve sexual potency in men,to assist women through menopause,& to help general weakness.
In this book, 475 of the most commonly used medicinals are introduced and divided into 21 categories, according to their different action and indications. More commonly and more important herbs are indicated within each chapter.
Contains the most detailed & comprehensive clinical compilation of a total 739 crude medicinals & prepared substances, including plants, minerals & animal substances. Provides a total of 665 vivid illustrations of different species.
This collection of medical essays is by one of the four great masters, Zhu Dan-xi. The book discussed his theories on ministerial fire & the importance of enriching yin. He discusses at length the roles that diet and lifestyle all play.
Describes 400 substances from the Chinese Materia Medica. Chinese character, Pinyin, common, botanical and pharmaceutical name is given for each entry. 2nd revised edition
This book provides basic biomedical principles on adverse and beneficial interactions between Chinese herbal medicinal (CHM) products (herbs and ready-made medications) and orthodox drugs.The book includes concise accounts of trends.
Set 3 volumes.
This revised edition presents an authoritive introduction to the fundamentals of Chinese herbal medicine, including: *a brief history *the most important Chinese herbs and their properties *how to find a herbalist *what to expect from a consultation *patient stories *how to improve overall well-being
In the spring of 2007, Jason Blalack asked his mentor, Wu Bo-Ping, what was the most important Chinese medical text to translate into English. After a few moments of thought, Dr. Wu presented Jason with a tattered paperback copy of the original edition