An Illustrated Chinese Materia Medica

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Selected Bibliography

A Brief History of Chinese Medicine (Yi Xue Shi Hua) Wei Feng Zhang et al. Shanghai: Science and Technology Publishing House, 1982.

A Colored Atlas of the Chinese Materia Medica Specified in Pharmacopoeia of the People's Republic of China (1995; Edition) (Zhong Hua Ren Min Gong He Guo Yao Dian Zhong Yao Cai Se Tu Ji) Xuetian Pan et al., eds. Guangdong: Guangdong Science & Technology Press, 1995.

A Comprehensive Dictionary of Chinese Medicine (Zhong Yi Da Ci Dian) Shanghai: Shanghai Science and Technology Publishing House, 1978.

A Concise Dictionary of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Jian Ming Zhong Yi Ci Dian) Beijing: People's Hygiene Press, 1978.

A Practical English-Chinese Library of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Ying Han Dui Zhao Shi Yong Zhong Yi Wen Ku) Shanghai: Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Publishing House, 1988.

Foundations of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Zhong Yi Xue Ji Chu) Beijing Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Shanghai: Science and Technology Publishing House, 1978.

Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine. Harriet Beinfield and Efrem Korngold. New York: Ballantine Books, 1991.

Chinese Drugs of Plant Origin: Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Use in Traditional and Modern Medicine. W. Tang and G. Eisenbrand. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1992.

Chinese English Dictionary of Chinese Medicine (Han Ying Zhong Yi Ming Ci Ci Dian) Liu Bi-xian. Beijing: Five-Continent Publishing House, 1984.

Chinese Herbal Medicine. Daniel Reid. Boston: Shambhala Publications, 1987.

Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas and Strategies. Dan Bensky and Randall Barolet. Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, 1990.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 3
  • Illustrated Materia Medica 31
  • Appendix 671
  • Selected Bibliography 683
  • Glossary 685
  • Latin (Pharmaceutical) Name Index 695
  • English Name Index 701
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