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Herbal Formulas

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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and thus also the Chinese phytotherapy is becoming more and more popular. Therefore so-called W... Weiterlesen
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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and thus also the Chinese phytotherapy is becoming more and more popular. Therefore so-called Western herbs are described and therapeutically applied according to TCM criteria.

Herbal formulas consisting of Western herbs are presented in this book. They are structured by their effects in 20 groups (for example: herbal formula tonifying the Qi and the Blood; herbal formulas nourishing the Yin; herbal formulas tonifying the Yang; herbal formulas promoting the Qi flow, stimulating the blood circulation; herbal formulas calming the spirit; herbal formulas calming internal wind; etc.) and are described as follows: Individual herbs are listed with their respective daily dose in gram per day. This is followed by effect, indication and respective Western symptoms as well as tongue and pulse diagnoses in abbreviated form. The way the formula is compounded and the effects of the individual herbs used in the formula are explained for better understanding. Your advantages: Herbal formulas by symptoms categorised in 20 groups Detailed description how the herbal formula is compounded Precise description of the effects of the individual herbs This book serves as an important source of information both for beginners and for experienced therapists.

Autorentext
Florian Ploberger MD, B. Ac., MA, Vienna, born in the year of the Yin Water Ox 1973. Main fields: Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Tibetan Medicine. Education: Medical studies and internship in Vienna, study of acupuncture at the Austrian Society of Acupuncture and Auriculotherapy in 1996; three years of TCM studies with Claude Diolosa until 1998; Bachelor in Acupuncture from K. S. University in the USA 1999; four semesters of Sinology studies and 39 study and research visits (partly lasting several months) to China (TCM University in Beijing, TCM University in Chengdu), India (LTWA Library of Tibetan Works & Archives, Men-Tsee-Khang (Institute of Tibetan Medicine and Astrology of H.H. the XIVth Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, North India)) and Nepal. 2012 Master of Tibetology at the University of Vienna. Medical practice in Vienna. International teaching activity and numerous publications in the subject areas TCM (e.g. the book "Westliche Kräuter aus Sicht der Traditionellen Chinesischen Medizin" published in its 8th edition (also available in English language titled "Western Herbs from the Traditional Chinese Medicine Perspective"), the book "Westliche und traditionell chinesische Heilkräuter" published by Elsevier and "Tibetan Medicine". Numerous articles in German-language as well as English-language professional journals. Head of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Bacopa Educational Centre in Upper Austria and President of the Austrian Educational Society for Traditional Chinese Medicine (ÖAGTCM). Member of IASTAM (International Association for the Study of Traditional Asian Medicine). 2008 invited by the Men-Tsee-Khang to lecture at their institute. Since 2007 university lecturer on various subjects of Tibetan Medicine at the Institute of South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies (ISTB) of the University of Vienna. In the course of these activities he was able to invite renowned Tibetan physicians to give guest lectures at the university. For example Dr. Dawa, Dr. Namgyal Qusar, Dr. Tsultrim Kalsang, Dr. Teinlay P. Trogawa, and astrologist Dr. Tsering Choezom were guest lecturers. In the summer semester 2010 teaching activity at the Institute of South and Central Asia of the Prague St. Charles University for one term, 2011 holding a guest lecture at the Institute of Eastern Asian Sciences of the University of Vienna / department of sinology, since 2012 annual guest lecture at the Medical University of Vienna in the context of the series of lectures on complementary medicine, 2014 four lectures on Western Herbs from the TCM Perspective on invitation of the Austrian Pharmacist Chamber as well as a lecture at the Institute of Social Anthropology of the Austrian Academy of the Sciences (ÖAW). Additional lecturing activity at various international congresses, for example 2012 at the 12th ICOM Congress in Seoul/South Korea, 2014 at the 3rd International Congress on Traditional Tibetan Medicine in Kathmandu/Nepal as well as chairman of the meeting Acupuncture at the Menopause Congress in Vienna (organised by: University Clinic of Gynaecology), 2015 at the International Workshop on Tibetan Medical Formulas at the University of Westminster in London / British Academy, at the Establishing Meeting for the Tibetan Medicine Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies & First Annual Conference on Tibetan Medicine in Xining, China, as well as at the 4th International Academic Conference on Comparison of Traditional and Modern Medicine in Yunnan, China. 2016 at the14th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies in Bergen, Norway. 2009 officially commissioned by Dr. Dawa, the Men-Tsee-Khang director at the time, in consultation with the Health Department of the Tibetan exile government, to translate the first two parts of the most significant work of Tibetan Medicine (rGyud-bZhi) into the German language. This text, which meanwhile was published under the German title "Wurzeltantra und Tantra der Erklärungen", has been serving as the basic text in the training of Tibetan medical practitioners since the 12th century, and is still being memorised today. 2011 commissioned by Dr. Tamdin, the Men-Tsee-Khang director at the time, to translate the subsequent part of the rGyud-bZhi (2015 published under the title "Das letzte Tantra aus Die vier Tantra der Tibetischen Medizin"). Award winner of the Lebensweise prize 2013 in the category Science and Medicine.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Herbal Formulas
Untertitel: Western Herbs from the TCM Perspective
Autor:
EAN: 9783902735980
ISBN: 978-3-902735-98-0
Format: Fester Einband
Altersempfehlung: 18 bis 18 Jahre
Herausgeber: Bacopa
Genre: Medizinische Fachberufe
Anzahl Seiten: 450
Gewicht: 1148g
Größe: H27mm x B237mm x T169mm
Veröffentlichung: 05.11.2019
Jahr: 2019
Land: AT