Main : alternative health, menopause, non-fiction, TCM
198 x 128 mm
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is based on the relationship between mind, body and emotions. Chinese Medicine for Women takes a common-sense approach to women's health based on these principles. A practitioner of shiatsu therapy, acupuncturist and TCM herbalist, Bronwyn Whitlocke outlines the practices and applications for women's health, including stress, diet and lifestyle. There are chapters on menstruation, pregnancy, menopause and infertility, as well as on migraines, colds, obesity and depression. Bronwyn Whitlocke is also the author of Shiatsu Therapy for Pregnancy.
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‘Bronwyn Whitlocke presents a comprehensive guide for women to understanding their bodies in terms of the holistic approach of traditional Chinese medicine. A good basic guide for women seeking an alternative to western treatments.’Heather Nix, The Republican
Table of Contents
AN OUTLINE OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
Yin and Yang
Fluids, Shen, Jing
The Five Phases or Elements
The Five Evils
Pregnancy and Birth
Urinary Tract Infection
2. Soup Recipes
3. Medicated Liqueurs
4. Shopping List
5. Suggested Reading
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