Chinese Acupuncture by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

“Chinese Acupuncture in London” by Jiaogulan is an introduction to Chinese medicine and the benefits of using Chinese Acupuncture techniques for healing. In this Chinese herbal reference book, Jiaogulan provides a clear description of Chinese medicines, Chinese herbal medicines, and Chinese herbal therapy, which include oriental medicine, traditional Chinese medicinal methods, and traditional Chinese therapies and Chinese medication. Also included are discussions on why certain herbs have been selected as part of the “herb prescription”, on the benefits of the herb for specific conditions, and on the safety measures that must be used when using Chinese herbal medicines. This book also includes an introduction on the use of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), and a short note on what to expect from a visit to a Chinese Acupuncture Chelsea clinic. This book provides detailed information on the different styles of Chinese medicine, herbal remedies, herbal cures, and also discusses some common illnesses that can be treated with Chinese medicines.

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The author provides a brief introduction on herbal medicine and its relation to traditional Chinese medicine. Herbal cures and treatments such as acupuncture, cupping, moxabustion, and herbal teas, are based on traditional Chinese medicine and are recommended for use by people with no prior knowledge of these practices. The various types of Chinese medicines are divided into five sections: diet and food; body system and Qi energy; alimentary system; external medical treatments and homeopathy.

This book is not only a reference manual on Chinese herbal cures, treatments, and practice, but it also has been categorized into four sections to make it easier to study the book. The first section (related to diet and food) consists of an introduction to Chinese nutrition, including general dietary and lifestyle guidelines for healthy living. Then there is a discussion on the twelve meridians along the major meridians (the names of which are mentioned throughout the book), and a description of the body’s major systems, such as the skeletal, cardiovascular, digestive, urinary, excretory, musculoskeletal, respiratory, vascular, gastrointestinal, and immune systems. The fourth section is related to Chinese herbal cures. It includes descriptions on how to use selected Chinese herbal medicines, and herbal teas that are recommended by the author.