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Chinese herbal medicine

Richard Hyatt

Chinese herbal medicine

ancient art and modern science

by Richard Hyatt

  • 26 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Schocken Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Herbs -- Therapeutic use,
    • Medicine, Chinese,
    • Plants, Medicinal -- China,
    • Medicine, Oriental

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesChung yao chʻien shuo.
      Statementby Richard Hyatt, with therapeutic repertory by Robert Feldman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRM666.H33 H9
      The Physical Object
      Pagination160 p. ;
      Number of Pages160
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4569414M
      ISBN 100805236821
      LC Control Number77087891
      OCLC/WorldCa3631385

      And the Chinese words for north and south are respectively bei and nan. Discard the herbs, preferably in your compost pile. Gan means 'sweet,' so Gan Cao Radix glycyrrhizae is 'sweet herb," an adequate description for the licorice root. Modern Materia Medicas such as Bensky, Clavey and Stoger's comprehensive Chinese herbal text discuss substances derived from endangered species in an appendix, emphasizing alternatives.

      Each herb is identified by is pharmaceutical, pinyin, botanical, and family names, as well as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and English common names. For more Chinese herbal medicine book traditional Chinese medicine, treatment, cures, beliefs, and other interesting topics, see:. Go to the next page to learn about traditional Chinese herbal medicine categories. Many of us who enter the field of Chinese medicine--or merely seek care from an acupuncture and Chinese medical practitioner—appreciate to varying degrees that ancient healing is a life practice and not just a 1-hr session of needles with a bag of medicinal herbs. Actions and indications are integrated with important combinations that illustrate the range of an herb's functions, with references to appropriate formulas.

      Staying Healthy with the Chinese herbal medicine book fastens a Western life to manageable ancient Eastern practice. As the person's health improves, the nature of the imbalance changes, so the herb formula must also change. The Herbal Kitchen by Kami McBride No herbal home should be without this delightful book, which provides simple and creative ways to use herbs in the kitchen. Examples of such names include Niu Xi Radix cyathulae seu achyranthis"cow's knees," which has big joints that might look like cow knees; Bai Mu Er Fructificatio tremellae fuciformiswhite wood ear,' which is white and resembles an ear; Gou Ji Rhizoma cibotii'dog spine,' which resembles the spine of a dog. Xu Duan Radix Dipsaciliterally 'restore the broken,' effectively treats torn soft tissues and broken bones.


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What will you Chinese herbal medicine book to your herbal library next? Herbal medicine: Herbs and herbal tea may be suggested. Aimed at medical scientists, and including detailed explanations of the theories behind the science, this text may help researchers to understand, and communicate more effectively with, Chinese medical practitioners and will lead to greater acceptance of traditional medications in the West.

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Discard the herbs, preferably in your compost pile. As the person's health improves, the nature of the imbalance changes, so the herb formula must also change.

Each herb is identified by is pharmaceutical, pinyin, botanical, and family names, as well as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and English common names. Practitioners describe the pulse as "floating".

Compassion for others and personal development are seen as important elements for maintaining health. What to Expect During a typical appointment, a TCM practitioner would assess your overall health by taking a health history, doing a tongue assessmentpulse assessment, and a physical exam.

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Examples of such names include Niu Xi Radix cyathulae seu achyranthis"cow's knees," which has big joints that might look like cow knees; Bai Mu Er Fructificatio tremellae fuciformiswhite wood ear,' which is white and resembles an ear; Gou Ji Rhizoma cibotii'dog spine,' which resembles the spine of a dog.

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Strain this liquid and set it aside. This balance is attained, in part, by harmonizing yin and yang, two opposing but complementary energies thought to affect all life.

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