von: Sionneau, P.

Dui Yao - The Art of Combining Chinese Medicinals

Dui Yao - The Art of Combining Chinese Medicinals

7. Aufl. 2005, 145 pages

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Dui Yao - The Art of Combining Chinese Medicinals von Sionneau, P.

This book has been enthusiastically received by Chinese herbal students throughout the U.S.
We are constantly told how useful this book is.
It is always one of the first books to sell out whenever we visit schools or display at conventions where there are large numbers of students.
Philippe Sionneau has done a very worthwhile and much appreciated piece of work with the compilation of this book.
BACKCOVER description:
Typically, students of Chinese medicine first study the individual materia medica (ben cao xue) and then study formulas and prescriptions (fang ji xue).
However, there is an important intermediary step which is often overlooked.
This is called dui yao in Chinese, the art of combining medicinals. Based on thousands of years of recorded clinical experience, certain combinations of Chinese medicinals work better than others. Although theoretically there may be several possible combinations which might achieve a certain therapeutic effect, in actual fact, one combination in particular gets definite, dependable clinical results.

This book describes over 100 of the best known, most useful two medicinal combinations in Chinese medicine. By studying these two medicinal combinations, students and practitioners alike will:
understand the construction of standard, time-tested formulas all the more easily and thoroughly
be able to modify standard formulas to fit individual needs
be able to draft completely new formulas out of empirically verified building blocks
Whether you are a beginning student or a professional practitioner of Chinese medicine, this book is sure to help you reach a new level of understanding and expertise.

Sionneau, P.

Philippe Sionneau was born in 1967.
In 1986 he earned a BA in economics and in 1987 he received a diploma from the Naturopathic Institute of R. Masson. In 1994, Philippe earned a B.S. degree in Chinese medicine from the Hubei College of Chinese Medicine. Philippe currently teaches at the Traditional Japanese Medicine School in Paris, the Association for the Research of Asian Medicine, and for a number of private TCM study groups in France. He conducts a private practice in acupuncture and Chinese medicine in the environs of Paris. Philippe has studied and practiced a number of types of qi gong. These include the Five Animal Frolics, nei yang gong, and dao yin yang sheng gong with Bruno Lazzari and xing yi quan and southern shao lin with Frederic Cresel.
Philippe is the author of a number of Blue Poppy Press pulbications. These include Pao Zhi: An Introduction to the Use of Processed Chinese Medicinals; Dui Yao: The Art of Combining Chinese Medicinals; and The Treatment of Disease in TCM. The last is a seven volume series covering diseases from the head to the feet with acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Philippe's French language publications include L'acupuncrture practiquee en Chine, Tome 1: les points traditionnels & Vol 2: les traitments efficaces; Troubles psychiques en medecine chinoise; and Utilization clinique de pharmacopee chinoise.

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