Secret Shaolin Formulas for the Treatment of External Injury: Chapters One Through Ten of Shao Lin Si Mi Fang Ji Jin : Highlights of Shaolin Monastery's Secret Prescriptions

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Blue Poppy Enterprises, Inc., 1995 - Health & Fitness - 119 pages
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This book is translated from a manuscript copied by a student of the Abbot of Shaolin Monastery. Part of the monastic lineage of 'fall & strike' medicine, this book presents hundreds of treatments for a wide variety of external or martial arts injuries as well as preventive training formulas. Back by popular demand, this is the second edition of this title which now includes a full symptom index, easier to use formula descriptions, and Pinyin as well as Latin herbal descriptions.
 

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Secret Shaolin formulas for the treatment of external injury is a good book for any one suffering from marshal art injury because of iron worrior training or direct kombat. it is a factul book listing a range of day da jows helpfull to any one on the path to enlightenment.

Contents

Emergency Formulas For Martial Injury
1
Shaolin Troop Deployment Powder
2
Shaolin Precious jade Powder
3
First Aid Prescription for Hematemesis Due to Injury to the Precordium
4
Prescription for the Treatment of Fainting Due to Injury to Bai Hui GV
5
Treatment of Unstoppable Hematemesis 9 Recover the Pulse Decoction 10 Five Treasure Elixir
7
Stop Bleeding Formulas
9
Shaolin Metal Injury Powder 14 Yang Family Spear Wound Powder
10
Rx for the Treatment of Bleeding Due to Injury of the Nose 16 Rx for the Treatment of Nose Bleed 17 Rx for the Treatment of Hematuria Due to Inj...
11
Rx for the Treatment of Hemafecia Due to Injury of the Lower Abdomen
12
Rx for the Treatment of Bleeding from the 7 Portals Due to Injury
19
Rx for the Treatment of Bleeding from the
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Flawsis an internationally known practitioner and teacher of traditional Chinese medicine. He studied acupuncture, Tuina massage, and Chinese herbal medicine at the Shanghai College of Medicine, and is also a graduate of the Boulder School of Massage.

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