7 edition of introduction to Chinese herbal medicine found in the catalog.
The book seeks to facilitate and promote interdisciplinary understanding between the related subjects of Chinese herbal medicine, botany, phytochemistry and pharmacokinetics. To this end, it assumes no prior understanding of the concepts and terminology of those elements by the reader.
Introductory sections are included on:
•Chinese herbals – their origin and history of development in Chinese medicine;
•Chinese medicine – its concepts and language, and an appreciation of its correspondence with biomedicine;
•botany – its historical origins, terminology, taxonomy and nomenclature;
•phytochemistry – its language and nomenclature, together with notes on the phytopharmacology of principal phytochemical groups; and
•pharmacokinetics – its salient features, how it relates to Chinese herbal medicine and its implications for patients receiving both Chinese herbs and other pharmacologically active materials.
Detailed monographs of 26 umbelliferous herbs from classical Chinese herbals follow the introductory material. They unite the knowledge of centuries past with that of modern science. Each monograph includes entries for:
•botanical identity, distribution and cultivation;
•classical Chinese medical lore including the nature, flavour, actions, applications and contraindications to use;
•biomedical information comprising actions, applications and phytochemical composition;
•the use of a herb in other herbal traditions, where such information is available.
Species of the Umbelliferae are used in the treatment of a wide range of conditions in Chinese herbal medical practice. Familiarity with the contents of the introductory sections provides the means of understanding entries within the monographs.
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Amazing insights into TCM. I've been a collector of plants, shells, rocks and bugs all my life. This book shows how Chinese doctors have been using many for medicine for hundreds of years. Not so much a book about doseges but more for those intrested in the general actions of these herbs Reviews: In the United States, an estima Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practitioners aid more than one million patients each year using a variety of tools, from acupuncture to herbs. And the World Health Organization estimates that 80 percent of people worldwide rely on herbal medicine as part of their personal health care regimen.
The introduction to the book traces the historical evolution of the formulas, and provides practical pointers for their preparation and use. Detailed timelines depict the key events, authors, and texts in the 2,year history of traditional Chinese herbal medicine, placing the contents of this book . IntroduCtIon to ChInese medICIne Five Classes, 12 hours (12 PDA/CeU hours) The fundamental concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine are presented, including causes of disease, patterns of disharmony, and an introduction to diagnostic methods including questioning the patient and reading the tongue and pulse.
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