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Six Types of Individual Constitution
Course in Nei-Jing and
Selecting Treatment Points

Course in TCM Herbal Therapy
in Clinical Practice

Course in TCM Food Cures
in Clinical Practice

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TCM Classics

A Complete Translation of The Yellow Emperor's Classics of Internal Medicine
and the Difficult Classic.

The Original Chinese Texts of Nei-Jing
(Su Wen, Ling Shu) and Nan Jing, With Paragraphs Numbered to Correspond
to the English Translation

The Art of Health and Healing in
Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Course in TCM Food Cures In Clinical Practice

This course covers over 100 major symptoms and diseases for food cures. The food cures of diabetes, diarrhea, and hypertension presented follow the standard format of presentation for each symptom and disease in the course.

Food Cures of Diabetes
Food Cures of Diarrhea
Food Cures of Hypertension

A TCM Doctor’s Clinical Manual of Food Cures
When taking this course, you will receive a complimentary copy of my book

Introduction
Section One: Six Types of Individual Constitution
This section explains in detail how each type of individual constitution may be identified by distinct signs, symptoms, and diseases, which are systematized into different categories for easy identification.
Section Two: Syndromes of Symptoms and Diseases
This section explains in detail how each syndrome is identified by distinct signs, symptoms, and diseases, which are systematized into different categories for easy identification.
Section Three: Food Cures Based on Six Types of Constitution
This section presents food cures of many hundreds of symptoms and diseases with each food accompanied by its suitable treatment types of individual constitution.
Section Four: Food Cures based on Treatment of Syndromes
This section presents food cures of all common syndromes, such as kidney yin deficiency, liver-spleen disharmony, and no communication between heart and kidneys, etc.
Section Five: Food Cures of Diseases by Time-honored Recipes.
This section describes how diseases are treated by time-honored recipes; the diseases treated range from indigestion, infectious hepatitis, herpes zoster, and hysteria, to psoriasis, cancer of oesophagus, and cervix cancer, etc.
Section Six: Foods with Common Actions.
This section lists a few hundreds of food actions, such as foods to relieve asthma, foods to lubricate dryness, foods to heal hemorrhoids, foods to promote digestion, and foods to wake up drunkenness, etc.

Food Cures of Diabetes
Food Cures of Diarrhea
Food Cures of Hypertension