Blood Stasis: China's Classical Concept in Modern Medicine
BLOOD STASIS: CHINA'S CLASSICAL CONCEPT IN MODERN MEDICINE covers the area of blood stasis in Traditional Chinese Medicine, drawing from a huge range of original Chinese material. The book discusses many Western diseases including diabetes, gynecological disorders, stroke, tumors, myocardial infarction, and the interaction of these with other pathological factors. The book also provides both classical and modern differentiations and treatments, including both herbs and acupuncture in all categories with appropriate case histories.
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Comprehension and diagnostics of SECTION 3 Classical texts
Practical application 47
Examples of treatment principles from six other classical texts
Glossary of essential terms in Appendix 8 Eminent Chinese physicians and their works 329
Index of medicinals
List of formulas in this book
9g Radix acupuncture Angelica Sinensis bleeding Blood invigorating medicinals Blood stasis Carthamus Chai Hu chest Chinese medicine Chong Chuan Xiong clinical usage Cold Dang Gui Dang Gui Angelica Decoction disease Dong effect Fang Feng ﬁrst ﬂow ﬂuid formula Fructus Gan Cao Gan Jiang Glycyrrhizae Uralensis heart Heat Hong Hua Huang Lian Huang Qi Huo Xue Tang invigorate Blood Jiang Jiao Jing Kidney Lian Liver Notoginseng Paeoniae Rubrae pain pathogenic patient Persicae Tao Ren pharmacological research Phlegm Pill Powder prescriptions pulse Qi deﬁciency Qi stagnation Qian Qing Qing dynasty Radix Radix Glycyrrhizae Radix Paeoniae Rehmannia Rhizoma Salvia Miltiorrhiza San Qi Semen Persicae Tao Shan Shang skin Spleen Stomach sublingual veins symptoms Tao Ren Teng Tian Tong tongue tonifying treatment Wang Xiao Yu Tang Anti-Stasis Yuan Zhang Zheng Zhong Zhu Yu Zhu Yu Tang