Our list of some of the best Chinese Medicine books & series in recent years. Get inspired by one or more of the following books.
- Nutritional Healing with Chinese Medicine: + 175 Recipes for Optimal Health (2017)
- Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine (1992)
- The Chinese Medicine Cookbook: Nourishing Recipes to Heal and Thrive (2019)
- Healing With Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition (3rd Edition) (2002)
- The Web That Has No Weaver : Understanding Chinese Medicine (2000)
- The Complete Book of Chinese Medicine: A holistic Approach to Physical, Emotional and Mental Health (2002)
- The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine: A New Translation of the Neijing Suwen with Commentary (1995)
- Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine: Zhong Yi Xue Ji Chu (Paradigm Title) (1995)
- The Complete Guide To Chinese Medicine Bloodletting (2018)
- Wood Becomes Water: Chinese Medicine in Everyday Life – 20th Anniversary Edition (2018)
- Lyme Disease and Modern Chinese Medicine (2006)
- Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine (2009)
- Navigating the Channels of Traditional Chinese Medicine (2004)
- Traditional Chinese Medicine Curriculum Review: Pulling it all Together and Passing Exams (2016)
East meets West in the kitchen with the nourishing treasures of Chinese Medicine. Food can be the most powerful medicine. This outstanding book introduces and teaches how to apply the ancient wisdom and traditions of the healing that comes through food according to Chinese medicine. This is a new way of thinking about what foods are needed to achieve balance and ultimately improve health.
The promise and mystery of Chinese medicine has intrigued and fascinated Westerners ever since the “Bamboo Curtain” was lifted in the early 1970s. Now, in Between Heaven and Earth, two of the foremost American educators and healers in the Chinese medical profession demystify this centuries-old approach to health.
Food is the best medicine―Chinese food therapy is here.Your body is a temple―honor and heal it with nourishing foods. The Chinese Medicine Cookbook is your introduction to traditional Chinese food therapy―and how to prepare your daily meals to increase your health and happiness.This practical approach includes the basic information you need to personalize your diet through every season.
Used as a reference by students of acupuncture, this is a hefty, truly comprehensive guide to the theory and healing power of Chinese medicine.
The Web That Has No Weaver is the classic, comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of Chinese alternative medicine. This accessible and invaluable resource has earned its place as the foremost authority in synthesizing Western and Eastern healing practices. This revised edition is the product of years of further reflection on ancient Chinese sources and active involvement in cutting-edge scientific research.
The Complete Book of Chinese Medicine: A holistic Approach to Physical, Emotional and Mental Health (2002)
The Complete Book of Chinese Medicine is the result of years of research and study by a world renowned Shaolin Grandmaster, Sifu Wong Kiew Kit, who has an excellent track record in curing many so-called incurable diseases like cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, sexual inadequacy, kidney failure, rheumatism and asthma using chi kung therapy.The aim of this exciting book is to introduce the wonderful and unique con…
The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine: A New Translation of the Neijing Suwen with Commentary (1995)
The Neijing is one of the most important classics of Taoism, as well as the highest authority on traditional Chinese medicine. Its authorship is attributed to the great Huang Di, the Yellow Emperor, who reigned during the third millennium BCE.
Publication of an English translation of “Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine” is an important step toward assuring that a process of serious questioning will take place and that the medical dialogue between East & West will have lasting importance and conscious direction. Only accurate information will allow the beginnings of an American or European version of Oriental Medicine.
Bloodletting has long been known as perhaps the most powerful practice in Chinese medicine – the great Master Tung bled some 30-40% of his patients, including his toughest cases. The first book of its kind, The Complete Guide to Chinese Medicine Bloodletting contains all the detailed information you need to safely and effectively perform bloodletting in your clinic.
Wood Becomes Water uses the five elements of Chinese cosmology — wood, fire, earth, metal, and water — to introduce readers to the connection between the physical, emotional, and spiritual forces in their lives. Practical, accessible, and wise, the book shows how the centuries-old techniques and philosophies of Chinese medicine can be applied to everyday issues of health and well-being in the modern world.
Lyme Disease and Modern Chinese Medicine (2006)
Lyme disease is the fastest growing infectious disease and it is now epidemical in the Northeast, Middle West, and Northwest regions of the United States. The number of reported cases has doubled in last decade and the infection scale has become larger than HIV. Aside from hepatitis C, Lyme Disease may be the second largest infectious disease in this country. Worldwide, it is also rapidly spreading in Canada, Europe, and Asia.
Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine provides a practical path to a deeper understanding of traditional Chinese herbal formulas. Dr. Huang discusses the core aspects of the ten most important families of formulas in the classical formula tradition in a way that is both profound and accessible.
A favorite for first year acupuncture and TCM students because it covers the essential knowledge of the channels and collaterals and the characteristics of the channel system, providing descriptives that include the key points, pathway, associated organs and points, physiology, pathology, clinical applications, and divergent, teninomusc…
Traditional Chinese Medicine Curriculum Review: Pulling it all Together and Passing Exams is written for students of Chinese medicine.
Best Chinese Medicine Books You Should Enjoy
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Qigong. Chinese Medicine or Pseudoscinece?
Author(s): Zixin Lin
ID: 2332554, Publisher: Prometheus Books, Year: March 2000, Size: 23 Mb, Format: pdf
A Comprehensive Guide to Chinese Medicine
Author(s): Ping-Chung Leung
ID: 2388129, Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Year: 7 Sept 2015, Size: 5 Mb, Format: epub
Curing Infertility with Ancient Chinese Medicine: How to Become Pregnant and Healthy with the Hunyuan Method
Author(s): Yaron Seidman
ID: 2393709, Publisher: Skyhorse, Year: 4 Jun 2013, Size: 2 Mb, Format: epub
Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are really chart-busters according to Chicago Tribune, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.