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Drawing on the writings of Nicholas Culpeper, the 17th-century herbalist, apothecary and astrologer, this updated, accessible introduction celebrates the holistic medical traditions of the West, and places Culpeper in his appropriate context as one of the forebears of modern holistic medicine and a prophet of the NHS. An extensive new introduction to the work comments on the latest research and developments in the area.
The book traces the development of the Western holistic medical tradition from its origins in the natural philosophy of Ancient Greece to the work of Culpeper himself. It describes and explains the relationship between the four elements, the four humours and the four constitutional types: sanguine, choleric, melancholic and phlegmatic, as well as explaining the functional relationships of organs and body systems. The book explores the interconnectedness of psyche (mind) and soma (body) and includes a section on herbal medicine and therapeutics with a study of 20 common herbs, dietary suggestions and uses for culinary herbs. It also provides accessible information on astrology and the importance of the horoscope for holistic patient assessment. The book looks at the holistic approach to the preservation of health and prevention of disease, with explanations of the various disease states, their humoral medical diagnosis and treatment.
Lycium Fruit (Gou Qi Zi) is also known as the Chinese wolfberry, lycium comes from a medium-sized bush that is native to east Asia and Europe. In China, the best lycium grows and is cultivated in the Ningzia, Gansu and Qinghai provinces.
The fruit is bright red in appearance and about the size of a kidney bean. It is gathered during the summer, then dried in the shade. Lycium fruit contains a variety of chemicals and chemical compounds, including valine, glutamine, taurine, carotene, vitamins B1 and B2, vitamin C, and more than a dozen kinds of sterols.
Medicinal Mushrooms - The Essential Guide is a highly accessible introduction to the health benefits of the main medicinal mushrooms written by Martin Powell, author of Medicinal Mushrooms - A Clinical Guide. 64 Pages in full colour.