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Encyclopedic Reference of Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Xinrong Yang
  • Anmin Chen
  • Yingfu Ma
  • Yuan Gao
  • Zhemin Gao
  • Bingyi Fu
  • Fang Sun
  • Jinlin Qiao
  • Quan Li
  • Shuqian Wan
  • Hermut Werner
  • Yinfu Chuang
  • Xinsheng Zhu
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. A
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 1-37
  3. B
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 38-62
  4. C
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 63-127
  5. D
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 128-184
  6. E
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 185-220
  7. F
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 221-253
  8. G
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 254-267
  9. H
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 268-298
  10. I
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 299-322
  11. J
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 323-337
  12. K
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 338-341
  13. L
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 342-375
  14. M
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 376-399
  15. N
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 400-412
  16. O
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 413-420
  17. P
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 421-455
  18. Q
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 456-467
  19. R
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 468-479
  20. S
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 480-538
  21. T
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 539-570
  22. U
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 571-577
  23. V
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 578-590
  24. W
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 591-608
  25. X
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 609-616
  26. Y
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 617-634
  27. Z
    Xinrong Yang, Anmin Chen, Yingfu Ma, Yuan Gao, Zhemin Gao, Bingyi Fu et al.
    Pages 635-643
  28. Back Matter
    Pages 645-660

About this book

Introduction

The Traditional Chinese Medicine is a national treasure of China, and an important part of the treasure of the entire world as well. The Traditional Chinese Medicine has a long history for thousands of years since the beginning of the written literature on medicine in China. Even in ancient time with very low developed culture, science, and technology, our ancestry had made a gigantic contribution to the healthy multiplying of the Chinese people of all nationalities through the application of acupuncture techniques and medicinal herbs as well as massage and Qigong. After the People's Republic of China was founded, the administration has been standing for combining of Traditional Chinese Medicine with Western Medicine in order to use reference to each other, which has gained gratifying achievements in the treatment for a lot of ordi­ nary illnesses and hypochondria. With the reformation and opening of the People's Republic of China, the Traditional Chinese Medicine has been recommended to the of returning to nature is rising western countries. While the voice higher and higher, more and more friends over the world have ac­ cepted the Traditional Chinese Medicine, and many of them hope to deeply understand the Traditional Chinese Medicine, study its the­ ory and learn how to apply medical herbs and techniques of acupunc­ ture, massage and Qigong.

Keywords

Arzneidrogen Chinese Medicine Chinesische Heilkunde Drogen TCM Traditionelle Chinesische Medizin drugs herbal drugs traditional Chinese medicine

Editors and affiliations

  • Xinrong Yang
    • 1
  • Anmin Chen
  • Yingfu Ma
  • Yuan Gao
  • Zhemin Gao
  • Bingyi Fu
  • Fang Sun
  • Jinlin Qiao
  • Quan Li
  • Shuqian Wan
  • Hermut Werner
  • Yinfu Chuang
  • Xinsheng Zhu
  1. 1.Center of Information for Traditional Chinese MedicineFrankfurtGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-05177-1
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2003
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-07678-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-662-05177-1
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