Reference Book

References books used by me. This list is not complete, it represents just some of the main texts used in studying and practicing TCM

  1. Kaptchuk TJ. Acupuncture: theory, efficacy, and practice. Ann.Intern.Med. 2002
  2. Maciocia,Giovanni: Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Guide. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone 2004
  3. Maciocia,Giovanni: The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text for
  4. Acupuncturists and Herbalists. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone 1989
  5. Maciocia,Giovanni: Obstetrics and Gynecology in Chinese Medicine. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone 2004
  6. Maciocia,Giovanni: Tongue Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone 1995
  7. Maciocia,Giovanni: The Practice of Chinese Medicine: The Treatment of Diseases with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone 1995
  8. Maciocia,Giovanni: The Channels of Acupuncture Cards: Clinical Use of the Secondary Channels and Eight Extraordinary Vessels. Elsevier Churchill Livingstone 2006
  9. Deadman Peter, Al-Khafaji Mazin, Baker Kevin: A Manual of Acupuncture. Journal of Chinese Medicine Publications. 1998
  10. Veith, Ilza and Huang Ti. Yellow Emporer’s Classic on Internal Medicine (Huang Ti Nei Jing). 1949. University of California Press.
  11. Carey, Donna and de Muynck, Marjorie. Acutonics: There’s No Place Like Ohm, Sound Healing,
  12. Oriental Medicine and the Cosmic Mysteries, Devachan Press, 2002.
  13. Gach, Michale Reed. Acupressure’s Potent Points, Bantam Books, 1990.
  14. Hickey, John. Shiatsu Anma Therapy, Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies, 2005.

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  16. Lundberg, Paul. The Book of Shiatsu, Simon and Schuster, 2003.
  17. Tedeschi, Marc. Essential Anatomy for Healing and Martial Arts, Weatherhill, 2000.
  18. Xu, Xiangcai. Chinese Tui Na Massage, YMAA Publication Center, 2002.
  19. The Tao of Nutrition, by Maoshing Ni, The Shrine of the Eternal Breath of Tao, 1987.
  20. Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medicine, by Harriet Beinfield and Efrem Korngold, Ballantine Books, New York, 1991.
  21. Chinese Dietary Therapy, by Liu Jilin and Gordon Peck, Churchill Liverstone 1995.
  22. Eating Your Way to Health: Dietotherapy in Traditional Chinese Medicine, by Cai Jingfeng, Foreign Language Press, Beijing, 1996.
  23. Chinese Herbs with Common Foods, by Henry C. Lu, Kodansha International, Tokyo, 1997.
  24. Chinese System of Food Cures: Prevention & Remedies, by Henry C. Lu, Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. New York, 1986.
  25. Chinese Dedicated Diet, ed. Zhang Enqin, Publishing House of Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai, 1988.
  26. Staying Healthy with the Seasons, by Elson M. Haas, Celestial Arts, Berkeley, California, 1981.
  27. A Diet for All Seasons, by Elson M. Haas, Celestial Arts, Berkeley, California, 1995.
  28. Chinese Healing Foods, by Rosa LoSan and Suzanne LeVert, Pochet Books, New York, 1998.
  29. The Tao of Balanced Diet: Secrets of A Thin & Healthy Body, by Stephen Chang, Tao Publishing, San Francisco, 1987.
  30. Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica, by Dan Bensky & Andrew Gamble, Eastland Press, Seattle, Washington, 1993.
  31. Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas & Strategies, by Dan Bensky & Randall Barolet, Eastland Press, Seattle, Washington, 1991
  32. Healing with Whole Foods: Oriental Traditions and Modern Nutrition, by Paul Pitchford, North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, California, 1993.