Chinese medicine for women: a common sense approach

by Whitlocke, Bronwyn

Spinifex Press, North Melbourne, Vic, 1997

This Australian book is easy to understand, and written especially for women. It explains the concepts of traditional Chinese medicine and suggests management strategies for specific women's health conditions. Areas covered include terminology, diet and medication, what to expect at a consultation and how to apply the principles of traditional Chinese medicine.

Categories: Complementary therapies, Health and Wellbeing

Subjects: Acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Complementary therapies, Diet, Herbal medicine, Lifestyle, Massage, Menopause, Menstruation, Pregnancy, Women, women's health

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