By Helmut Magel, Wolfgang Prinz, Sibylle van Luijk
1. Auflage, 24. Oktober 2012
Übersichtlich und leicht nachvollziehbar: Westliche Kräuter nach den aus der Chinesischen Medizin bekannten energetischen Kriterien `Geschmack, Temperaturverhalten, Funktionskreisbezug, Wirkrichtig´ beurteilen und therapeutisch einsetzen. Nach den Arzneimittelgruppen der Chinesischen Medizin geordnete Kurzbeschreibungen von ca. a hundred and eighty westlichen Kräutern zum Lernen und Nachschlagen. - Beschreibung nach den Kriterien, die für chinesische Arzneimittel kennzeichnend sind: Geschmack, Temperaturverhalten, Leitbahn-/Organ-/Funktionskreisbezug, Wirkrichtung. - Tabellarische Aufbereitung der Eigenschaften auf einen Blick zum schnellen Erfassen und Einprägen. - mit Beispielrezepturen für häufige Erkrankungen
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