Chinese Medicine for Women: A Commonsense Approach

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Spinifex Press, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 138 pages
This balanced and straightforward guide to women's health thoroughly explains the basic principles and applications of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which bases its therapies on the need for balance between the mind, the body, and emotions. Treatments for a myriad of medical issues, from infertility and migraines to colds, obesity, and depression, are presented along with a discussion of diet, lifestyle choices, and stress.
 

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Contents

Particular Conditions
37
Lifestyle
94
Appendixes
112

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About the author (1997)

Bronwyn Whitlocke is a Shiatsu therapist, a Chinese-medicine herbalist, and an acupuncturist with more than 20 years of professional experience. She is the author of Shiatsu Therapy for Pregnancy.

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