Chinese herbs and Kampo medicine

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Books of Chinese herbs and kampo

In Chinese Herbs, you will find books on Chinese medicines and recipes from well-known authors such as Bensky and Chen. Including some books with classical Chinese recipes, books on phytotherapy and books on Kampo medicine by Otsuka both in German and in English. Books about Chinese medicines, such as Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica by Dan Bensky, S. Clavey and E. Stöger or L. Deasy, ABC of Chinese Materia Medica, describe the mode of action of Chinese herbs. The Chinese Pharmacology Volume 1 of J.K. Chen and T.T. Chen, is a reconditioning of traditional knowledge under modern pharmacological point of view with many pictures and contraindications. Volume 2 of Chinese Pharmacology by Chen provides a detailed description of current formulations of Chinese herbs. Incidentally, both volumes of pharmacology are also available in a set at a special price. Also, the book Chinese Herbal Medicine by Leon Hammer and H. Rott, is one of the books on Chinese recipes and describes the use of Chinese medicines. Classic Chinese recipes and their reference to the pulse of Heiner Frühauf is available as a DVD and as an online video in the video center and explains classic Chinese recipes and their relation to the pulse. Textbooks on Chinese herbal medicine describe the selection and use of Chinese herbs in practice. This includes the book Chinese Phytotherapy by Florian Ploberger, in which he explains the functions of the individual herbs within a recipe. Also recommended is the DVD and the online video by Professor Frühauf on phytotherapy as an accompanying measure in relation to psychological and psychiatric complaints of the TCM Congress Rothenburg 2013. In return to books on Chinese herbs, describe textbooks on Kampo (Japanese medicinal herbs) the mode of action and use of Japanese herbs in Japanese herbal medicine. Another book on Tibetan herbs is by Fu-Kai Huan, An Illustrated Giude to Health Cultivation with Tibetan Medicine, and includes many practical skills that can be used in daily life.