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The Resource A materia medica for Chinese medicine : plants, minerals, and animal products, Carl-Hermann Hempen, Toni Fischer ; translator, Velia Wortman, (electronic book)

A materia medica for Chinese medicine : plants, minerals, and animal products, Carl-Hermann Hempen, Toni Fischer ; translator, Velia Wortman, (electronic book)

Label
A materia medica for Chinese medicine : plants, minerals, and animal products
Title
A materia medica for Chinese medicine
Title remainder
plants, minerals, and animal products
Statement of responsibility
Carl-Hermann Hempen, Toni Fischer ; translator, Velia Wortman
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OPELS
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Leitfaden chinesische Phytotherapie
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1948-
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Hempen, Carl-Hermann
Dewey number
  • 615/.321
  • 610.957
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RS180.C5
LC item number
.H4613 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
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Fischer, Toni
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  • Materia medica, Vegetable
  • Medicine, Chinese
  • Plants, Medicinal
  • Drugs, Chinese Herbal
  • Medicine, Chinese Traditional
  • Phytotherapy
Label
A materia medica for Chinese medicine : plants, minerals, and animal products, Carl-Hermann Hempen, Toni Fischer ; translator, Velia Wortman, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface -- General principles of Chinese pharmacology -- Herbs according to clinical groups: -- I Herbs that release the exterior: warming and cooling acrid herbs -- II Herbs that stop vomiting -- IIa Herbs that promote vomiting -- IIb Herbs that stop vomiting -- III Herbs that purge and drain -- IIIa Herbs that aggressively purge -- IIIb Laxative herbs that moisten -- IIIc Strong laxatives -- IV Herbs that Cool Heat -- IVa Herbs that drain fire and cool heat -- IVb Herbs that cool Liver heat -- IVc Herbs that cool blood -- IVd Herbs that clear heat and dry dampness -- IVe Herbs that cool and disinfect -- IVf Herbs that clear heat from deficiency -- V Aromatic herbs that Open the Orifices -- VI Aromatic Herbs that Transform Dampness -- VII Herbs that Drain and Transform Dampness -- VIII Herbs that Dispel Wind-Dampness -- IX Herbs that Warm the Interior and Expel Cold -- X Substances that Calm the Spirit -- Xa Substances that Anchor and Calm the Spirit -- Xb Substances that Nourish the Heart and Calm the Spirit -- Xc Substances that Extinguish Wind and Calm the Liver -- XI Herbs that Regulate the Qi -- XII Herbs tht Regulate the Blood -- XIIa Herbs that Invigorate the Blood -- XIIb Herbs that Stop Bleeding -- XIII Herbs that Transform Phlegm and Stop Coughing -- XIIIa Herbs that Transform Cold Phlegm -- XIIIb Herbs that Cool and Transform Hot Phlegm -- XIIIc Herbs that Stop Coughing -- XIV Herbs that Promote Digestion -- XV Tonifying herbs -- XVa Qi tonifying herbs -- XVb Tonifies yang -- XVc Herbs that Tonify the Blood -- XVd Herbs that Tonify the Yin -- XVI Herbs that Stabilize and Bind -- XVII Herbs that Expel Parasites -- XVIII Substances for External Use -- Treatment guidelines according to the main patterns of disharmony -- How to prepare herbs -- Appendix: Quality Proof of herbal drugs from Traditional Chinese -- Medicine (TCM-drugs) by H. Wagner/R. Bauer -- Indices: -- General index -- Latin herb names -- Pinyin herb names -- English herb names -- Other herb names -- Chinese herb names
  • Herbs that release the exterior : warming and cooling acrid herbs -- Herbs that stop vomiting -- Herbs that purge and drain -- Herbs that cool heat -- Aromatic herbs that open the orifices -- Aromatic herbs that transform dampness -- Herbs that drain and transform dampness -- Herbs that dispel wind-dampness -- Herbs that warm the interior and expel cold -- Substances that calm the spirit -- Herbs that regulate the qi -- Herbs that regulate the blood -- Herbs that transform phlegm and stop coughing -- Herbs that promote digestion -- Tonifying herbs -- Herbs that stabilize and bind -- Herbs that expel parasites -- Substances for external use
Control code
SCIDI460883283
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed. in English.
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 1007 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780443100949
Other physical details
col. ill.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
A materia medica for Chinese medicine : plants, minerals, and animal products, Carl-Hermann Hempen, Toni Fischer ; translator, Velia Wortman, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface -- General principles of Chinese pharmacology -- Herbs according to clinical groups: -- I Herbs that release the exterior: warming and cooling acrid herbs -- II Herbs that stop vomiting -- IIa Herbs that promote vomiting -- IIb Herbs that stop vomiting -- III Herbs that purge and drain -- IIIa Herbs that aggressively purge -- IIIb Laxative herbs that moisten -- IIIc Strong laxatives -- IV Herbs that Cool Heat -- IVa Herbs that drain fire and cool heat -- IVb Herbs that cool Liver heat -- IVc Herbs that cool blood -- IVd Herbs that clear heat and dry dampness -- IVe Herbs that cool and disinfect -- IVf Herbs that clear heat from deficiency -- V Aromatic herbs that Open the Orifices -- VI Aromatic Herbs that Transform Dampness -- VII Herbs that Drain and Transform Dampness -- VIII Herbs that Dispel Wind-Dampness -- IX Herbs that Warm the Interior and Expel Cold -- X Substances that Calm the Spirit -- Xa Substances that Anchor and Calm the Spirit -- Xb Substances that Nourish the Heart and Calm the Spirit -- Xc Substances that Extinguish Wind and Calm the Liver -- XI Herbs that Regulate the Qi -- XII Herbs tht Regulate the Blood -- XIIa Herbs that Invigorate the Blood -- XIIb Herbs that Stop Bleeding -- XIII Herbs that Transform Phlegm and Stop Coughing -- XIIIa Herbs that Transform Cold Phlegm -- XIIIb Herbs that Cool and Transform Hot Phlegm -- XIIIc Herbs that Stop Coughing -- XIV Herbs that Promote Digestion -- XV Tonifying herbs -- XVa Qi tonifying herbs -- XVb Tonifies yang -- XVc Herbs that Tonify the Blood -- XVd Herbs that Tonify the Yin -- XVI Herbs that Stabilize and Bind -- XVII Herbs that Expel Parasites -- XVIII Substances for External Use -- Treatment guidelines according to the main patterns of disharmony -- How to prepare herbs -- Appendix: Quality Proof of herbal drugs from Traditional Chinese -- Medicine (TCM-drugs) by H. Wagner/R. Bauer -- Indices: -- General index -- Latin herb names -- Pinyin herb names -- English herb names -- Other herb names -- Chinese herb names
  • Herbs that release the exterior : warming and cooling acrid herbs -- Herbs that stop vomiting -- Herbs that purge and drain -- Herbs that cool heat -- Aromatic herbs that open the orifices -- Aromatic herbs that transform dampness -- Herbs that drain and transform dampness -- Herbs that dispel wind-dampness -- Herbs that warm the interior and expel cold -- Substances that calm the spirit -- Herbs that regulate the qi -- Herbs that regulate the blood -- Herbs that transform phlegm and stop coughing -- Herbs that promote digestion -- Tonifying herbs -- Herbs that stabilize and bind -- Herbs that expel parasites -- Substances for external use
Control code
SCIDI460883283
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed. in English.
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 1007 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780443100949
Other physical details
col. ill.
Specific material designation
remote

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