A Clinical Guide to Chinese Herbs and Formulae / Edition 1

A Clinical Guide to Chinese Herbs and Formulae / Edition 1

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by C. Song Yu, L. Fei
     
 

A clinical handbook for practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that provides quick and easy reference to the selection of herbs for treatment and their action alone and in combination. This is a handbook from two eminent teachers from the Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine who have between them accumulated over 60 years of clinical

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A clinical handbook for practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that provides quick and easy reference to the selection of herbs for treatment and their action alone and in combination. This is a handbook from two eminent teachers from the Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine who have between them accumulated over 60 years of clinical practice and teaching. They emphasise how to combine herbs and differentiate between single herbs and formulae depending on the treatment strategy adopted. It contains case histories illustrating how to adapt formulae in practice.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780443046803
Publisher:
Elsevier Health Sciences
Publication date:
02/15/1993
Edition description:
REISSUE
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
7.62(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.89(d)

Table of Contents

PART 1 a COMPARISON of the ACTIONS and INDICATIONS of SOME COMMON CHINESE HERBS: Herbs that Release the Exterior. Herbs that Clear Heat. Herbs that Purge and Promote Digestion. Herbs that Resolve Phlegm and Stop Coughing and Wheezing. Herbs that Eliminate Wind-Damp. Herbs that Resolve and Drain Dampness. Herbs that Warm the Interior and Regulate Qi. Herbs that Regulate Blood. Herbs that Calm the Mind and the Liver and Extinguish Wind. Tonics. Astringent Herbs PART 2 COMBINATIONS of COMMON CHINESE HERBS: Herbs that Release the Exterior and Stop Cough and Wheeze. Herbs that Clear Heat. Purgative and Digestive Herbs. Herbs that Relieve Bi Syndromes. Herbs that Resolve and Drain Dampness. Herbs that Resolve Phlegm. Herbs that Subdue Wind and Calm the Mind. Tonics and Astringents. Herbs that Warm the Interior and Regulate Qi. Herbs that Activate Blood Circulation and Stop Bleeding PART 3 APPLICATION of HERBS on the BASIS of the DIFFERENTIATION of PATTERNS of the ZANG FU: The Lungs. The Heart. The Spleen, Stomach and Large Intestines. The Liver and Gall Bladder. The Kidneys and Bladder PART 4 COMBINATIONS and COMPARISONS of COMMONLY USED FORMULAE: Formulae for Releasing the Exterior. Purgative Formulae. Formulae for Clearing Heat. Formulae for Warming the Interior. Formulae that Tonify. Formulae that Regulate Qi. Formulae that Regulate Blood. Formulae that Expel Dampness. Formulae that Eliminate Phlegm. Formulae that Expel Wind. Formulae that Calm the Mind. Formulae that Reduce Food Stagnation and Dissipate Masses. Astringent Formulae PART 5 the TREATMENT of COMMOM DISEASE BASED on DIFFERENTIATION of SYNDROMES: Diseases in Internal Medicine. Gynaecological Disorders APPENDICES: Pin Yin Names of Herbs with Latin Equivalents. Latin Names of Herbs with Pin Yin Equivalents. Pin Yin Names of Formulae with English Equivalents. English Names of Formulae with Pin Yin Equivalents. Formulae and Constituent Herbs Index

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