Curing Arthritis Naturally With Chinese Medicine
by Douglas Frank, Bob Flaws (Editor)
Chinese medicine has been relieving arthritis for 2,000 years by balancing the body
and allowing its healing powers to take over. This guide provides a basic introduction
to how Chinese self-care and home remedies, such remedies, such as self-massage,
magnet therapy, and Chinese patent medicines.
From the Publisher
With this book we have tried to give the reader a new way of looking at and dealing
with arthritis and joint pain, a way that is different from what is already available in
other books on the subject.
From the Author
This book is useful for everyone who suffers from any kind of joint pain and not just
arthritis. Chinese medicine is especially effective for treating all types of joint pain,
largely to the unique therapeutic effects of acupuncture and moxibustion. In China,
acupuncture and its related art, moxibustion, are primarily used for rheumatic
complaints and musculoskeletal pain of all types. When professionally administered
acupuncture and moxibustion are combined with Chinese dietary therapy and a
judicious use of Chinese herbal remedies, one has a very effective yet holistic
treatment regime which heals without any side effects. Although there are other
books on arthritis which tout the latest cures of modern Western medicine, the
treatments in this book have been developed, refined, and tested over 2,000 or more
years by 100 generations of highly educated, professional practitioners.
From the Back Cover
It is estimated that over 35 million Americans experience some form of arthritis.
Chinese medicine has been treating arthritis for more than 2,000 years. In this book,
you will learn the Chinese theory for the cause of this and other related diseases. You
will also learn a host of safe, simple, low or no cost home therapies to prevent and
heal this potentially crippling condition, including: Chinese dietary therapy, exercise,
deep relaxation, acupuncture, moxibustion, Chinese self-massage, magnet therapy,
Chinese herbs, liniments and plasters, (and) how to find a professional practitioner of