Chinese Medicine Books

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Chinese Medicine Book Collection

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Tang, S. and R. Craze (1995). Chinese herbal medicine. London, Piatkus.

Tang, W. and G. Eisenbrand (1992). Chinese drugs of plant origin: chemistry, pharmacology, and use in traditional and modern medicine. Berlin; London, Springer-Verlag.

Tao, H. (1445). Xin juan Tao Jie'an jia cang mi shou Shang han liu shu: [6 juan]. [China], Da xing tang.

Tateno, M. (1997). [Todo Yoshimasu's view of the destiny of Heaven in relation to the ancient Chinese philosophy of medicine].

Taylor, K. (2004). Chinese medicine in early communist China (1945-1963): medicine of revolution. New York, NY, Routledge.

Taylor, K. (2005). Chinese medicine in early communist China, 1945-63: a medicine of revolution. London, RoutledgeCurzon.

Tchoubarov, V. (1996). Human being biorythmical profile and traditional Chinese medicine. Hamburg, Kovac.

Te, c. a., Deqian, et al. (1995). Secret Shaolin formulas for the treatment of external injury: chapters one through ten of Shao Lin Si mi fang ji jin: highlights of Shaolin monastery's secret prescriptions. Boulder, Blue Poppy Press.

Teeguarden, R. (1998). The ancient wisdom of the Chinese tonic herbs. New York, Warner Books.

Teeguarden, R. and C. Davies (1985). Chinese tonic herbs. Tokyo, Japan Publications.

Telford, T. A. (1992). Covariates of men's age at first marriage: the historical demography of Chinese lineages.

Temple, R. and J. Needham (1991). The genius of China: 3,000 years of science, discovery and invention. London, Prion, 1991.

Teng, T. i.-T. a. and K. Ergil (1999). Practical diagnosis in traditional Chinese medicine. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone.

Thái Van, K. (1976). Sengs et ginseng: le destin dans la médicine sino-viêtnamienne. Bruxelles, Editions Thanh-Long.

Thomas, L. and S.-m. Sun (1981). Un traité chinois d'oculistique: le yin hai jing wei, attribué à Sun-Si-Miao (dynastie des Tang): traduction annotée et commentaire. Lille, Universite.

Thomas, L. and S.-m. Sun (1981). Un traité chinois d'oculistique: le yin hai jing wei, attribué à Sun-Si-Miao (dynastie des Tang). Lille, Universite.

Thompson, C. M. and W. University of (1998). A negotiated dichotomy: Vietnamese medicine and the intersection of Vietnamese acceptance of and resistance to Chinese cultural influence.

Tierra, L. (1998). The herbs of life: health & healing using Western & Chinese techniques. Delhi, Sri Satguru.

Tierra, M. (1998). The way of Chinese herbs. New York; London, Pocket Books.

Tierra, M. and D. Frawley (1999). Planetary herbology: an integration of Western herbs into the traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic systems. Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass.

Tierra, M. and L. Tierra (1998). Chinese traditional herbal medicine. Twin Lakes, WI, Lotus Light Pub.

Tierra, M., D. Frawley, et al. (1988). Planetary herbology: an integration of Western herbs into the traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic systems. Twin Lakes, Wis., Lotus Press.

Tode, I. (1988). [A study on east wind and wood in Chapter Yin Yang Ying Xiang Da Lun of the "Su Wen"].

Tong, B. (1994). Unsubmissive women: Chinese prostitutes in nineteenth-century San Francisco. Norman; London, University of Oklahoma Press.

Tongso Uihak, Y. g. (1975). A collection of treatise in commemoration of one century research on East-West medicine. Seoul, Korea Oriental Medical Academy.

Tono, H. (1995). [On an official message for 'Hishio' and 'Umakasu', as written on a wooden tablet excavated at the site of the Imperial Nagoya-o Residence].

Tosa, H. and K. Terasawa (1992). [Therapy by Japanese Oriental medicine (Kampo) in irritable bowel syndrome].

Trawick, M. (1995). Writing the body and ruling the land: Western reflections on Chinese and Indian medicine.

Tremayne, S. (1993). We Chinese eat a lot: food as a symbol of ethnic identity in Kuala Lumpur.

Trocki, C. A. (1990). Opium and empire: Chinese society in colonial Singapore, 1800-1910. Ithaca; London, Cornell University Press.

Tseng, W.-S., D. Y. H. Wu, et al. (1985). Chinese culture and mental health. Orlando, Fla; London, Academic Press.

Tseten, D. (1973). Three Tibetan medical texts from the library of Ri-bo-che Rje-drun Rin-po-che of Padma-bkod. Tezu, Dist. Lohit Arunachal Pradesh, Tibetan Nyingmapa Monastery.

Tshe rin nor, b. (1998). Sman min tshig mdzod blo gsar sgo 'byed lde mig. Dharamsala, Bod-gzun sman rtsis khan.

Tsui-Po, P. (1994). Healing secrets of ancient China. Melbourne, Vic., Hill of Content.

Tsung, P.-K. and H.-Y. Hsu (1986). Immunology and Chinese herbal medicine, Oriental Healing Arts Institute.

Tuê, T., T. Ð. Lê, et al. (1998). Tuê Tinh toàn tâp. Ha Noi, Y hoc.

Turck, F. B. (1924). The relation between western science and Chinese civilization.

Twitchett, D. C. and J. K. Fairbank (1998). The Cambridge history of China. Cambridge [Eng.]; New York, Cambridge University Press.

Ulett, G. A., J.-S. Han, et al. (1998). Traditional and evidence-based acupuncture: history, mechanisms and present status.

United Nations Industrial Development, O. (1987). Better Utilization of Medicinal Plants: the phytopharmaceutical supply system in China. Vienna, UNIDO.

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