Resources

Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica (Portable 3rd Ed.)

Dragon Rises, Red Bird Flies supplement: Management & Treatment

Handbook of Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis

Qin Bo-Wei’s New Guidelines for Treatment (in Chinese)

Dragon Rises, Red Bird Flies (Rev. Ed.), Ch. 11

Significant revisions were made to Ch. 11 when the revised edition of Dragon Rises, Red Bird Flies was published in the spring of 2010. The revised chapter is attached for those who have the earlier edition of the book.

Supplement to An Exposition on the Eight Extraordinary Vessels

This 6-page chapter was inadvertently omitted from the 1st printing of An Exposition on the Eight Extraordinary Vessels. It can be downloaded here.

Herb Index to Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine

Supplemental Resources for Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas & Strategies (2nd Ed.)

List of East Asian Medical Book Titles

Draft Glossary for Chinese Medicine 2009

Draft Glossary for Chinese Medicine: Simplified Character Version 2009

Cancer and Traditional Chinese Medicine: Treating the Side Effects of Chemotherapy and Radiation with Traditional Chinese Herbs

Monograph by Amy Hanks

A significant body of research has been conducted in China on the ability of Chinese Herbal medicines to support the immune system of cancer patients and reduce the toxic side effects of conventional Western cancer therapies. This review details some of these studies, in hopes that cancer patients and oncologists outside of China can begin to consider Chinese herbs as a viable, safe adjunct to conventional Western medical interventions of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery.

Eastland Press Herb List: Arranged by Pinyin

This file arranges by pinyin all the herb names in the 3rd Edition of Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica. It contains the pharmaceutical and English names, as well as both the traditional and simplified Chinese characters.

Supplemental Resources for Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica (3rd Ed.)

The herb Lablab Semen album (bai bian dou) was inadvertently omitted from the first printing of Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica (3rd Ed.). It is a tonifying herb that belongs in Chapter 12, section 1. The full descriptive text and illustration of this herb can be downloaded here.

In the second printing of Chinese Herbal Medicine: Materia Medica (3rd Ed.), the addition of a single line of type in Chapter 2 caused some of the pages in sections 4 and 5 of that chapter to reflow, shifting text and illustrations to the next page. Here is a list of the new page numbers.

Interview with Dan Bensky and John O’Connor of Eastland Press on Qiological