Curing Depression Naturally With Chinese Medicine
by Rosa N. Schnyer, Bob Flaws
Depression touches every aspect of human experience-physical well being,
relationships with loved ones, work, and spirituality-and can paralyze and alienate.
This book offers a wide range of Chinese medicine's self-help and preventative
strategies, such as self-massage, magnet therapy, moxibustion, aromatherapy, patent
medicines, herbal teas, and more. It also tells how to kick the antidepressant habit and
explains how Chinese dietary therapy, exercise, and deep relaxation can help sufferers
From the Back Cover
Depression touches every aspect of the human experience our physical well-being, our
relationships with our loved ones, our work, our creativity, our spirituality.
Depression can paralyze and alienate us, making us strangers to ourselves and the
Chinese Medicine has many effective therapies for combating this endemic disease.
Through the use of these ancient practices, hopelessness may be transformed into
possibility, helplessness into courage, and anxiety into calmness. The wide range of
self-help and preventive strategies included here are designed to empower sufferers of
depression to return to health naturally, without side effects. If you or anyone you
know suffers from symptoms of depression, you want the information in this book.
About the Author
Rosa N. Schyner is the founder of the Kwan Yin Center for the Healing Arts, former
president of the Acupuncture Society of Arizona, and a member of the Society for
Acupuncture Research. She is a research specialist at the University of Arizona
Department of Psychology, where she conducts a National Institute of Health funded
research project studying acupuncture as a treatment for depression. She pursues her
private practice in Tucson, Arizona, where she lives with her family.
Bob Flaws is one of the world's best known authorities on Chinese medicine. Author,
editor, and translator of over 60 books and scores of articles on all aspects of Chinese
medicine, Bob is a Fellow and Governor of the National Academy of Acupuncture &
Oriental Medicine, a founder and Lifetime Fellow of the Acupuncture Association of
Colorado, and a Fellow of the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine (UK). He has
been in private practice since 1977.