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A Manual of Acupuncture by Peter Deadman

Reviewed by Sacred Lotus on: 03/04/2013

After almost 15 years, I still regularly pick up this book to reread Peter Deadman's commentaries on the points. The experience almost always expands my understanding of Chinese Medicine. If you are serious about Acupuncture... this is the on... [ Read the Entire Review ]

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Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines: The Clinical Desk Reference

Reviewed by Sacred Lotus on: 03/04/2013

There are thousands of Chinese herbal patent medicines from different manufacturers available in the United States. While Fratkin's clinical desk reference is an older book (2001), it is still my personal favorite for referencing any of the bottle... [ Read the Entire Review ]

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The Foundations of Chinese Medicine

Reviewed by Sacred Lotus on: 03/04/2013

It is an incredible accomplishment to read and translate ancient Chinese medical texts and then present your work to the world. There is bound to be intense scrutiny, and even some misdirected blame when the philosophy is so foreign from our weste... [ Read the Entire Review ]

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Chinese Herbs

Curing Pills (Bao He Wan)

Reviewed by Sacred Lotus on: 02/26/2013

Bao He Wan is also known as "Curing Pills" (and "Preserve Harmony Pills") for a very good reason. Whether you've overeaten or have a hangover, everyone should have Bao He Wan in their medicine cabinet. Even if you haven't overly enjoyed ... [ Read the Entire Review ]

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Free & Easy Wanderer (Xiao Yao Wan)

Reviewed by Sacred Lotus on: 02/26/2013

Xiao Yao Wan is probably the most commonly prescribed Chinese patent medicine in the west. It goes by a few western names (translations), such as 'Free and Easy Wanderer', 'Free and Relaxed Pills', and 'Rambling Powder'. Its modern applications ar... [ Read the Entire Review ]

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Yunnan Baiyao

Reviewed by Sacred Lotus on: 02/26/2013

Truly amazing. No medicine cabinet or first aid kit should be without Yunnan Baiyao. Putting it on cuts or traumatic injuries not only stops bleeding and prevents infection, but also alleviates the pain and quickly heals the injury. It has both an... [ Read the Entire Review ]

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