Tibetan Medicine: The Gentle Art of Treatment Sarah Sallon

ISBN: 9781856264396

Published: October 1st 2005

Hardcover

160 pages


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Tibetan Medicine: The Gentle Art of Treatment  by  Sarah Sallon

Tibetan Medicine: The Gentle Art of Treatment by Sarah Sallon
October 1st 2005 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 160 pages | ISBN: 9781856264396 | 9.42 Mb

From its inception, Tibetan medicine accepted the close relationship between mind, body and spirit, recognizing that emotions, diet, behaviour, climate and many other factors, could directly affect the physical workings of the body. Today, manyMoreFrom its inception, Tibetan medicine accepted the close relationship between mind, body and spirit, recognizing that emotions, diet, behaviour, climate and many other factors, could directly affect the physical workings of the body.

Today, many insights preserved in the Tibetan tradition including the use of complex herbal formulas, meditation techniques and dietary and behavioural changes have been shown to be highly relevant to the treatment and prevention of modern diseases. This volume explains how the Tibetan approach to disease as part of an holistic tradition, views and treats a variety of illnesses, including clogged or hardened arteries, hepatitis, arthritis, migraine, irritable bowel, cystitis, chronic fatigue and the common cold.

It shows how Western medical research and clinical trials have substantiated many of the claims of Tibetan medicine and provides some safe and effective alternatives to conventional drug therapy.



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