The Resource Illustrated Chinese Moxibustion Techniques and Methods, (electronic resource)

Illustrated Chinese Moxibustion Techniques and Methods, (electronic resource)

Label
Illustrated Chinese Moxibustion Techniques and Methods
Title
Illustrated Chinese Moxibustion Techniques and Methods
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This authoritative text provides a complete overview of Chinese moxibustion techniques and methods, including detailed treatments and contraindications for a wide range of conditions. The authors cover the fundamentals of theory as well as the skills and techniques practitioners will need, and provide a detailed summary of all of the acupoints commonly used in moxatherapy. The book also covers the ways in which moxatherapy can be used to cultivate general health and wellbeing in patients, and explains in detail how to treat a wide range of complaints; for each complaint, descriptions of typica
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
615.892
Index
no index present
LC call number
RM184
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Label
Illustrated Chinese Moxibustion Techniques and Methods, (electronic resource)
Link
http://library.quincycollege.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=476349
Instantiates
Publication
Note
2.2 Foster and Supplement Original Qi, Protect Against Disease
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Illustrated Chinese Moxibustion Techniques and Methods; Preface; Disclaimer; Synopsis; Part I Foundation of Moxibustion; Chapter 1 Basic Theory of Moxibustion; 1. The Origins and Development of Moxibustion; 1.1 The Origins of Moxibustion; 1.2 The Development of Moxatherapy; 2. The Concept of Moxatherapy; 3. The Basics of Moxatherapy; 4. Specific Characteristics and Range of Application of Moxatherapy; 4.1 Specific Characteristics; 4.2 Range of Application; 5. Contraindications and Cautions; 5.1 Contraindications; 5.2 Cautions; 6. Moxibustion Supplementing and Draining
  • 6.1 Moxibustion Supplementing6.2 Moxibustion Draining; 7. Postures and Order of Execution for Moxatherapy; 7.1 Appropriate Posture for Performing Moxibustion; 7.2 The Order of Execution of Moxibustion; 8. Managing Moxa Sores and Post-Moxa Care; 8.1 Managing Moxa Sores; 8.2 Post-Moxa Care; 9. Moxibustion Sensation and Moxibustion Quantification; 9.1 Moxibustion Sensation; 9.2 Moxibustion Quantification; 10. Moxibustion Treatment Principles; 10.1 Root and Branch, Moderate and Acute; 10.2 Supplement Vacuity and Drain Repletion; 10.3 Act According to Time, Place and Person
  • 11. Primary Therapeutic Effects of Moxibustion11.1 Course Wind and Resolve the Exterior, Warm and Dissipate Cold Pathogen; 11.2 Warm and Free Channels and Collaterals, Quicken Blood and Expel Impediment; 11.3 Reinforce Yang and Stem Qi Desertion, Lift Yang and Raise Prolapse; 11.4 Disperse Stasis and Dissipate Knots, Draw Out Toxins and Drain Heat; 11.5 Prevent Disease, Improve Health and Prolong Life; 12. Point Selection Principles and Combined Point Prescriptions; 12.1 Point Selection Principles; 12.2 Methods for Point Combination
  • Chapter 2 Location and Indications of Commonly Used Points inMoxibustion1. Points of the 14 Channels; 1.1 Points of the Lung Channel of Hand-Taiyin, LU; 1.2 Points of the Large Intestine Channel of Hand-Yangming, LI; 1.3 Points of the Stomach Channel of Foot-Yangming, ST; 1.4 Points of the Spleen Channel of Foot-Taiyin, SP; 1.5 Points of the Heart Channel of Hand-Shaoyin, HT; 1.6 Points of the Small Intestine Channel of Hand-Taiyang, SI; 1.7 Points of the Bladder Channel of Foot-Taiyang, BL; 1.8 Points of the Kidney Channel of Foot-Shaoyin, KI
  • 1.9 Points of the Pericardium Channel of Hand-Jueyin, PC1.10 Points of the Sanjiao Channel of Hand-Shaoyang, SJ; 1.11 Points of the Gallbladder Channel of Foot-Shaoyang, GB; 1.12 Points of the Liver Channel of Foot-Jueyin, LR; 1.13 Points of the Du Channel (Governor Vessel), DU; 1.14 Points of the Ren Channel (Conception Vessel), RN; 2. Commonly Used Extra Points; Chapter 3 Moxibustion and Health Cultivation; 1. Defining Health Cultivation Moxatherapy; 2. The Effects of Health Cultivation Moxatherapy; 2.1 Warm and Open the Channels, Move Qi and Invigorate Blood
Control code
ocn792688493
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Illustrated Chinese Moxibustion Techniques and Methods, (electronic resource)
Link
http://library.quincycollege.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=476349
Publication
Note
2.2 Foster and Supplement Original Qi, Protect Against Disease
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Illustrated Chinese Moxibustion Techniques and Methods; Preface; Disclaimer; Synopsis; Part I Foundation of Moxibustion; Chapter 1 Basic Theory of Moxibustion; 1. The Origins and Development of Moxibustion; 1.1 The Origins of Moxibustion; 1.2 The Development of Moxatherapy; 2. The Concept of Moxatherapy; 3. The Basics of Moxatherapy; 4. Specific Characteristics and Range of Application of Moxatherapy; 4.1 Specific Characteristics; 4.2 Range of Application; 5. Contraindications and Cautions; 5.1 Contraindications; 5.2 Cautions; 6. Moxibustion Supplementing and Draining
  • 6.1 Moxibustion Supplementing6.2 Moxibustion Draining; 7. Postures and Order of Execution for Moxatherapy; 7.1 Appropriate Posture for Performing Moxibustion; 7.2 The Order of Execution of Moxibustion; 8. Managing Moxa Sores and Post-Moxa Care; 8.1 Managing Moxa Sores; 8.2 Post-Moxa Care; 9. Moxibustion Sensation and Moxibustion Quantification; 9.1 Moxibustion Sensation; 9.2 Moxibustion Quantification; 10. Moxibustion Treatment Principles; 10.1 Root and Branch, Moderate and Acute; 10.2 Supplement Vacuity and Drain Repletion; 10.3 Act According to Time, Place and Person
  • 11. Primary Therapeutic Effects of Moxibustion11.1 Course Wind and Resolve the Exterior, Warm and Dissipate Cold Pathogen; 11.2 Warm and Free Channels and Collaterals, Quicken Blood and Expel Impediment; 11.3 Reinforce Yang and Stem Qi Desertion, Lift Yang and Raise Prolapse; 11.4 Disperse Stasis and Dissipate Knots, Draw Out Toxins and Drain Heat; 11.5 Prevent Disease, Improve Health and Prolong Life; 12. Point Selection Principles and Combined Point Prescriptions; 12.1 Point Selection Principles; 12.2 Methods for Point Combination
  • Chapter 2 Location and Indications of Commonly Used Points inMoxibustion1. Points of the 14 Channels; 1.1 Points of the Lung Channel of Hand-Taiyin, LU; 1.2 Points of the Large Intestine Channel of Hand-Yangming, LI; 1.3 Points of the Stomach Channel of Foot-Yangming, ST; 1.4 Points of the Spleen Channel of Foot-Taiyin, SP; 1.5 Points of the Heart Channel of Hand-Shaoyin, HT; 1.6 Points of the Small Intestine Channel of Hand-Taiyang, SI; 1.7 Points of the Bladder Channel of Foot-Taiyang, BL; 1.8 Points of the Kidney Channel of Foot-Shaoyin, KI
  • 1.9 Points of the Pericardium Channel of Hand-Jueyin, PC1.10 Points of the Sanjiao Channel of Hand-Shaoyang, SJ; 1.11 Points of the Gallbladder Channel of Foot-Shaoyang, GB; 1.12 Points of the Liver Channel of Foot-Jueyin, LR; 1.13 Points of the Du Channel (Governor Vessel), DU; 1.14 Points of the Ren Channel (Conception Vessel), RN; 2. Commonly Used Extra Points; Chapter 3 Moxibustion and Health Cultivation; 1. Defining Health Cultivation Moxatherapy; 2. The Effects of Health Cultivation Moxatherapy; 2.1 Warm and Open the Channels, Move Qi and Invigorate Blood
Control code
ocn792688493
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote

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