By Henry Han, Glenn E. Miller, Nancy Deville
The better of japanese and Western medication in an integrative therapeutic process for the brain, physique, and spirit.
Now, for the 1st time, a Western healthcare professional and a physician of Oriental medication mix the extraordinary technological advances of the West with the unrivaled knowledge and therapeutic contact chinese language natural drugs presents for lots of ailments and stipulations that elude glossy drugs. historical Herbs, smooth medication demonstrates the numerous very important, powerful methods chinese language medication and Western drugs can supplement one another in treating every thing from bronchial asthma and insomnia to psychological sickness and melanoma. This obtainable, entire consultant deals many informative and enlightening case reports and up to date info on:
• How integrative drugs combines the simplest of Western pharmacology and japanese herbology
• How integrative medication is helping struggle the ailments and health problems of our time, together with asthma, bronchial asthma, and persistent fatigue syndrome, and eases or even reverses signs of arthritis, diabetes, melancholy, osteoporosis, AIDS, middle sickness, and cancer--often with no part effects
• How chinese language drugs might actually help realize indicators prior to an illness
becomes a crisis
• the significance of Western recommendations in diagnosing severe diseases
• Why chinese language medication deals the simplest remedy for lots of chronic/recurrent health problems
• Restoring crucial stability to the 5 vigorous Systems--the middle, Lung, Spleen, Liver, and Kidney Energies
• The 8 ideas of natural Therapy--how herbs paintings on your physique
Plus illuminating discussions of the fundamental ideas of chinese language medication, in addition to foodstuff treatment recipes, diagrams, glossaries of clinical phrases and herbs, source listings, and masses extra that can assist you tailor an integrative well-being routine that's best for you.
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Ancient Herbs, Modern Medicine: Improving Your Health by Combining Chinese Herbal Medicine and Western Medicine by Henry Han, Glenn E. Miller, Nancy Deville