Author: Henry Han, O.M.D.
Release Date: 2008-12-18
Genre: Health & Fitness
The best of Eastern and Western medicine in an integrative healing system for the mind, body, and spirit. Now, for the first time, a Western physician and a doctor of Oriental medicine combine the unparalleled technological advances of the West with the unmatched wisdom and healing touch Chinese herbal medicine provides for many diseases and conditions that elude modern medicine. Ancient Herbs, Modern Medicine demonstrates the many important, highly effective ways Chinese medicine and Western medicine can complement each other in treating everything from allergies and insomnia to mental illness and cancer. This accessible, comprehensive guide offers many informative and enlightening case studies and up-to-the-minute information on: • How integrative medicine combines the best of Western pharmacology and Eastern herbology • How integrative medicine helps fight the diseases and illnesses of our time, including allergies, asthma, and chronic fatigue syndrome, and eases and even reverses symptoms of arthritis, diabetes, depression, osteoporosis, AIDS, heart disease, and cancer--often without side effects • How Chinese medicine can help you recognize signs before an illness becomes a crisis • The importance of Western techniques in diagnosing serious diseases • Why Chinese medicine offers the most effective treatment for many chronic/recurrent illnesses • Restoring essential balance to the Five Energetic Systems--the Heart, Lung, Spleen, Liver, and Kidney Energies • The Eight Strategies of Herbal Therapy--how herbs work in your body Plus illuminating discussions of the basic principles of Chinese medicine, as well as food remedy recipes, diagrams, glossaries of medical terms and herbs, resource listings, and much more to help you tailor an integrative health regimen that is right for you. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Author: Stephen Holt
Publisher: Birch Lane Press
Release Date: 1998-01
Genre: Health & Fitness
A guide to alternative and modern health care options describes how the two fields of medicine have intertwined to treat cancer, AIDS, heart disease and much more, and speculates about the advances that we can expect in the near future.
Timeless Ancient & Modern Methods for Healing the Animal Body and Mind in A Most Natural, Sustainable and Complete Way. Herbal Remedies & Plant Medicine includes tons of rare information on the preparation, exact dosages and attributes of over 125 popular and highly effective herbs and plants as well as the preparation and use of any and every herb or plant in existence, all compiled and thoroughly explained in one location! Plus much more! Add to this the additional remedies for 100 common ailments and a straight-forward, easy to understand presentation and you have one of the best books available on the subject anywhere! Herbal Remedies & Plant Medicine makes an excellent gift to give to family and friends and will aid in safeguarding the health and wellness of you and your loved ones! Take back a more natural approach to health and wellness in your life! Enjoy this rare work today! Features of Our Herbal Remedies & Plant Medicine Book: 1. All information is presented in a simple, straight-forward, down to Earth manner. No specialty jargon, no mysteries and no needing to consult Google or a dictionary just to read and understand the information presented! 2. All information is thorough, complete and straight to the point! 3. The advantages and disadvantages of synthetic chemical vs natural medicines explained! 4. Complete information on over 125 herbs & plants, both popular and largely unknown but incredibly effective varieties! 5. This book is currently available in ereader ready format with a complete and thorough table of contents to aid in navigating the massive amounts of information provided with zero headaches! 6. Nearly every method of basic and even advanced extraction is provided with in depth instructions. 7. There are “simplified” sections at the end of each extraction method for those who want to just get down to business the easy way! 8. Simple step by step instructions provided for all operations! 9. Fine images detail all 125 herbs & plants and even many sections of information! 10. We are the only ones to offer all of this rare information in one location! 11. Exact dosages and preparation methods are given for all 125 herbs and plants detailed! 12. Excellent and thorough section included detailing the simplest effective remedies for taking care of 100 common ailments! 13. Full information on which herbs & plants are best for using in specific healing situations! 14. Recommendations for sourcing your own herbs, the best equipment to use in creating your own remedies, what things to avoid or other precautions, storing your own extractions, the best substances to effectively combat or soothe a massive array of maladies and much more! Special & Rare Tips You’ll Find in The Book: 1. How to make any remedy far more effective! 2. Rare and little known traits of over 125 herbs and plants! 3. How to make any extraction far more efficient! 4. Identifying rare adaptogenic herbs & plants! 5. Commentary on healing your companion animals using herbal medicine, just as it was done throughout all of history! 6. Identifying the even more rare and far too few “all-heal” herbs & plants or those materials that balance and promote the health of all systems of the body!
Author: Jingduan Yang
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date: 2017-09-01
Clinical Acupuncture and Ancient Chinese Medicine weaves together historical perspectives, ancient wisdom, and modern medicine to provide a holistic, effective, and rewarding way to understand and apply acupuncture in clinical practice. Methodology for memorizing the function of acupuncture meridians and points is supplemented by nearly 600 high-quality images that illustrate point locations and needle insertion techniques. Algorithms for making diagnostic formulations, developing treatment strategies, and implementing effective therapeutic interventions are emphasized. Chapters also cover published outcomes data, the critical role of human psychology and spirituality in healing, and adjunctive therapies to acupuncture such as medicinal herbs and cupping. Authored by Dr. Jingduan Yang and Dr. Daniel A. Monti, two internationally known leaders and teachers of Chinese Medicine and Integrative Health, Clinical Acupuncture and Ancient Chinese Medicine is an ideal resource for a diverse range of health care practitioners and trainees including physicians, chiropractors, and licensed acupuncturists.
This book investigates 23 select herbs, and trees mentioned in the verses of the Bible. Each plant is analyzed from the point of view of their origin. distribution, botany, trade and use. The book contains resin yielding aromatic plants, plants used in food, medicine and cosmetics.
Author: Wilhelmina Feemster Jashemski
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Release Date: 2014-12-15
When workmen excavating the ruins of Pompeii eagerly gathered the native medicinal plants growing there, Wilhelmina Jashemski discovered that this was another example of the continuity of life in the shadow of Vesuvius. Many of the plants used for herbal medicine around Pompeii today are the same ones that ancient authorities such as Pliny the Elder and Dioscorides recommended for treating the same types of disorders. In this book, Jashemski presents an herbal of thirty-six medicinal plants, most of them known to the ancients and still employed today. She describes each plant's contemporary medicinal uses and compares them to ancient practices as recorded in literary sources. Scientific, English, and Italian names and the plant's mythological associations complete the entries, while elegant, full-page portraits depict each plant visually.
Author: Mary B. Woods
Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books
Release Date: 2011-03-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
Medical technology is as old as human society itself. The first humans on Earth used simple healing techniques. They developed ways to set broken bones. They learned which plants were good for treating colds, headaches, and stomachaches. Over the centuries, ancient peoples learned more about medicine. The ancient Indians performed plastic surgery. The ancient Romans operated on people s eyes. People in many ancient cultures wrote medical textbooks. What kinds of tools and techniques did ancient doctors use? Which of their remedies worked and which ones didn t? And how did ancient medicine set the stage for our own modern medical technology? Learn more in Ancient Medical Technology.
Author: Carmen Mckenzie
Release Date: 2015-02-02
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Learn The Hidden Benefits Of 10 Prehistoric Ancient Herbs That Have Been Used For Centuries To Heal Your Self Naturally *** BONUS! : FREE Natural Remedies Report Included !! *** * * * LIMITED TIME OFFER! * * * The idea of prehistoric medicine is a thought provoking subject. What kinds of plants did people, before modern medicine was around to lean on, use to cure themselves and fight through illness? While it is true that our lifespan on average has increased over the years with newly emerging technology, the fact remains that there are some times nature's cures may be a lot more beneficial to us.Because of the time that prehistoric medicine came about, this means that a lot of cures would be considered today to hold mystical and superstitious properties. It is difficult for many scientists to accept and further research older healing theories, even if they seemed to work at the time. They may credit this fact with the placebo effect, and the rest of it with some minor benefits natural foods and minerals may have on the body.Why Should You Purchase And Read This Book? = > 1. Its Short And Informative No Fluff!! = > 2. This Book Is Straight Forward And Gets To The Point = > 3. It Has A Great Concept = > 4. Learn What You Need To Know FAST! = > 5.Don't Waste Hours Reading Something That Won't Benefit You = > 6.Specifically Written To Help And Benefit The Reader! = > 7. The Best Compact Guide To Learn What You Need To Learn In A Short Period of Time Check Out What You Will Learn After Reading This Book Below!!Prehistoric medicine predates the written word, and so it is often difficult to know for sure what was used to cure illness and how. However, there are some clues provided to us through archaeology and historical texts like the Bible about what people had used so long ago to treat their ailments. Prehistoric medicine may have its perks, but the fact remains that much of it is not scientifically grounded. For some cures to work, the presence of a spiritual medicine person was often required, a shaman of sorts, who was willing to step outside a normal plane of consciousness to fight illness in unconventional ways. Rituals were performed and different types of plants were administered to treat these issues. While it may not have any scientific backing, these rituals worked well enough for these prehistoric cultures that they were continued. Table Of Contents Introduction Why I Wrote This Book What You Should Know Before Reading This Book Chapter 1: Aloe Vera Chapter 2: Rosemary Chapter 3: Yarrow Chapter 4: Birch Polypore Chapter 5: Belladonna Chapter 6: Castor Bean Chapter 7: Bloodroot Chapter 8: Wild Yam Chapter 9: Senna Chapter 10: Papaya Conclusion Those types of prehistoric medicinal practices won't be further explored or encouraged, as they are lost to time and we can't be sure of their implications or results. However, there are ways that the logic of prehistoric peoples was sound, and the herbal medicine they practiced does have its own merit. This book aims to explore these aspects of herbal medicine thoroughly to provide readers with unique and reliable natural cures to modern day ailments. Get The Book Before The Promotion Runs Out! Only For A Limited Time! You Do NOT Need A Kindle Device To Read This E-Book, You Can Read On Your PC, Mac, Smart Phone, And Or Your Kindle Device --------Tags:herbal medicine, herbal remedies, natural remedies, organic antibiotics, organic antivirals, herbal antibiotics and antivirals, ancient herbal medicine
Americans are increasingly using natural remedies to treat physical ailments, buying herbs like St. John's wort, echinacea, and ginkgo biloba in record quantities, and spending over $27 billion per year on alternative heath care. Now "Modern Ailments, Ancient Remedies" brings alternative medicine home. This easy-to-follow, beautifully illustrated A-to-Z healing manual is filled with descriptions, history, uses, and helpful hints about using over 30 popular herbs -- from alfalfa to yarrow -- to treat over 40 contemporary ailments, from allergies to varicose veins. Consumers everywhere will want to add this terrific book to their reference shelf.
In a society where toxins are everywhere and disease is rampant, our body need some special fuel to maintain health and vitality. Luckily, Mother Nature has our back! Super foods are packed full of nutrients and antioxidants, which help our bodies maintain balance and fight off the toxins that can otherwise undermine our health. Meet the King and Queen of herbal medicine! In this book we introduce you to a famous and ancient herb that has influenced people's health for centuries. I've spent hundreds of hours researching super foods and learning how to incorporate them into my life. Ashwagandha is one that has particularly stood out to me, and I want to make sure you know about it. Inside you will find information that have been proven by numerous clinical studies and research. You will find out why I and so many others are excited about this phenomenal super food!
Author: Rudolf Fritz Weiss
Release Date: 2000-01
Genre: Herbes - Emploi en thérapeutique
With the new contribution of Dr. Volker Fintelmann, Weiss's classic text on Herbal Medicine has been expanded and refocused to meet the needs of practicing physicians, residents, students, and other clinicians. Arranged by organ system, the book's clear structure and scientific orientation make the topic of herbal medicine accessible to even the most traditional medical doctor. You will benefit from the newest research, clinical studies, and the pivotal findings of the German Commission E on the efficacy of herbs. Special features include: In-depth coverage of the state-of-the-art of phytotherapy Key prescription information highlighted in each chapter Superb color photographs throughout the text Two new quick reference sections that maximize your access to the material-- by herbs and the disorder they are used for, and by disorder and the herbs used in its treatment Volker Fintelmann, MD is a licensed doctor of internal medicine and gastroenterology. Former Chairman of the German Commission E, his work focuses on the practical and methodological development of herbal medicine. Rudolf Fritz Weiss, MD (1895-1991), author of the first edition of HERBAL MEDICINE is highly regarded as the "founding father" of modern German phytotherapy. He studied botany and medicine at the University of Berlin, qualifying as a doctor in 1922 and subsequently taking additional qualifications in internal medicine. A teaching post in herbal medicine was interrupted by war service as an army doctor, followed by seven years in Russian captivity as a doctor in prisoner-of-war camp hospitals. After retiring from clinical practice in 1961, he devoted his life to the scientific development and acceptance of herbal medicine. Weiss was appointed as a member of the German Commission E in 1978. He was founder and editor of the ZEITSCHRIFT FUER PHYTOTHERAPIE, and lectured on current advances in the subject at the University of Tuebingen.
The Getty Museum building recreates an ancient Roman villa on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, where guests can feel that they are visiting the Villa dei Papiri before it was buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. The climate of southern California has made it possible to plant the gardens with dozens of herbs, flowers, and fruit trees known to the Greeks and Romans. In classical times they were practical as well as beautiful, providing color, perfume, home medicines, and flavorings for food and drink. Martha Breen Bredemeyer, a San Francisco Bay area artist, was inspired to paint two dozen of the garden's herbs. Her watercolor gouaches combine vibrant color with the fragile delicacy of these short-lived plants while her pen-and-ink drawings share their wiry grace. Jeanne D'Andrea discusses twenty-one of the herbs in detail after presenting their place in myth, medicine, and home in the introduction.
Author: Simon Y. Mills
Release Date: 1991-01-01
Genre: Health & Fitness
A study that reconciles herbal lore with modern medicine includes an introduction to the history and philosophy of herbalism, a list of herbs that shows how they work and answers questions about their safety, and an index-by-ailment.
DISCOVER THE WORLDS BEST PROVEN ANCIENT HERBAL REMEDIES IN A BOX SET #2 4 IN 1 *** BONUS! : FREE Natural Remedies Report Included !! *** * * * LIMITED TIME OFFER! * * * I am tired of relying on pharmaceuticals and chemicals to deal with every day common illness, from a cold to a headache to high blood pressure. Every medication we use, no matter how common or well-researched, comes with intended and unintended effects. Some of these effects, such as the intended effects, are desired, like pain relief when taking pain relief medication. The problem is the unintended effects these medications cause in the body. I am not a doctor or a pharmacist, but I tend to rely on my common sense. Grant it, natural remedies have not received the same amount of scientific testing lately that modern medicine has. But, on the positive side, it hasn't had to face the rigorous testing stages most people abhor, such as animal testing, beta testing on people, etc. One thing people don't realize though is that for most new medicines, 7 Reasons To Buy This Book = > 1. Its Short And Informative No Fluff!! = > 2. This Book Is Straight Forward And Gets To The Point = > 3. It Has A Great Concept = > 4. Learn What You Need To Know FAST! = > 5.Don't Waste Hours Reading Something That Won't Benefit You = > 6.Specifically Written To Help And Benefit The Reader! = > 7. The Best Compact Guide To Learn What You Need To Learn In A Short Period of TimeBut something incredible is happening now. Maybe it can be attributed to the influx of international information that is now readily available through the internet, maybe it can be attributed to the diversity that the United States is now enjoying due to modern immigration, or maybe it is more of a need to simplify. We, in the United States, are more and more connected with other cultures around the world. We are learning that not everyone lives like we do, and that there are many other opinions about health and wellness than what we have learned at home or in our culture Check Out What You Will Learn After Reading This Book Below!! Discover The Top 5 Herbal Plants How To Use The Herbs For Maximum Benefit Learn Their Uses And Benefits How To Use Ancient Medicine How To Use Ancient Medicine Properly Chapter 1: Before There Was Aspirin Big Pharma and Big Beauty What We'll Discuss Chapter 2: Sleep Remedies Valerian Root Chamomile Conclusion Chapter 3: Herbal Remedies for Sicknesses Echinacea Thyme Licorice Root Garlic In modern times, pharmaceutical companies have created drugs that incorporate some of these herbs but they are often altered chemically or otherwise. Most drugs that your doctor will prescribe are produced in a lab and sold by large drug companies. Of course, these drugs have their place and do save some a lot of people from death or chronic illness. However, what is concerning is that so many ailments can be healed and so many symptoms can be eased by merely checking out what is already in your spice cabinet. Get The Book Before The Promotion Runs Out! Only For A Limited Time! You Do NOT Need A Kindle Device To Read This E-Book, You Can Read On Your PC, Mac, Smart Phone, And Or Your Kindle Device --------Tags:herbal medicine, herbal remedies, natural remedies, organic antibiotics, organic antivirals, herbal antibiotics and antivirals, ancient herbal medicine,Herbal remedies, Greek Medicine, Greek Herbal Remedies, Greek Herbs , Ancient Medicine, Ancient Herbal Medicine,Ancient Medicine, Herbal Remedies , Herbs , Ancient Herbal Remedies, Organic Antibiotics
Author: Tom Atkinson
Publisher: Luath Press Ltd
Release Date: 2007-09-01
Herbalism is the oldest form of medicine in the world. It has been practised for thousands of years, and is still the most widely used method of healing in existence. This concise history reveals the development of herbalism through the ages, a unique journey from Neolithic Kurdistan to present-day Edinburgh. It also contains the casebook and autobiography of Duncan Napier, a Victorian practitioner of herbal medicince, with notes from a modern herbalist. From the creation of Lobelia Syrup for coughing to the 48 foot tapeworm, the history of Napiers makes for fascinating reading.