Herbalists Prescriber Book

The Herbalists’ Prescriber (3rd Edition)

by Christopher Menzies-Trull

ISBN-10: 0954551842

ISBN-13: 978-0954551841

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A pharmacopoeia of 413 herbal medicines. • An invaluable dispensary handbook, it is an aid to memory for professional herbalists. • Includes posology doses and prescriptions, and intensively detailed remedy locator with system treatments.

Contents Comprise

The Extracellular Matrix Stroma • Ophthalmology & Aurology medications • Respiratory medicine medications • Cardiology & vascular system medications • Endocrinology medications • Gastroenterology: Mouth, Tongue & Throat medications • Splenic medications • Urology medications • Immunology medications • Neurology medications • Dermatology including hair and nail medications • Rheumatology medications • Obstetrics & Gynaecology medications • Paediatrics and Breast Feeding • Tropical Disease/Helminthic Infection/Parasitic Disease • Geriatric medicine • Herbal and Naturopathic Oncology medications • Pyrexia treatment • Active compounds in plants • Herbal Pharmacy • Herbal Pharmacology • Pharmacopoeia • Index

Herbal Medicine Keys to Physiomedicalism & Pharmacopoeia (2nd Edition)

by Christopher Menzies-Trull

ISBN-10: 0954551826

ISBN-13: 978-0954551827

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A completely revised 2nd edition A4 hardback book of 668 pages  •  There are 413 herbal monographs in expanded detail  • Recommended for the herbalist, researcher, naturopath, doctor, pharmacist and nurse  •  There are 41 chapters which explains all the body systems together with herbal and Naturopathic treatments  •  A classic masterpiece!  •  Your essential reference pharmacopoeia setting pharmacopoeal standards  •  Practical and informative, a long overdue textbook, essential for those involved in prescribing Herbal Medicines  •  This is the ultimate text of clinical conditions and their treatment using Herbal Medications written by a Medical Herbalist and Naturopath in practice  •  Bringing together modern scientific theory and conventional herbal practice with philosophical balance  •  This is packed with research and detailed information on herbal medicines. Easy to access detailed Pharmacopoeia of information on 413 Herbal Medicines  •  Comprising 41 chapters with clear descriptions including: Aetiology, Herbal Pharmacy, Typology, How to get the patient better, Emergency Herbal Medicine, Cardiology, Dermatology, Physiomedicalism, Tropical disease, Gastro-enterology, Gynaecology, Herbal research, Potent oncology, Neurology, Vital Force, Rheumatology, Pathology, Urology, Prognosis, Geriatrics, Endocrinology, Paediatrics, Nutrition, vitamin, mineral and trace element doses and usage, Food regime and nutrition advice and Flower remedy indications. •  Chapters link the herbal approach to herbal and Naturopathic treatment  •  This book brings together modern scientific theory, conventional herbal practice with philosophical balance  •  ‘Herbal Medicine Keys to Physiomedicalism including Pharmacopoeia’ is the experience of 34 years in Herbal Practice.

Contents Comprise

Part One: Philosophy and Practice  •  Health conditions with Herbal, Naturopathic and Nutritional treatments with prescriptions • Pharmacology and Herbal Pharmacy

Part Two:   Pharmacopoeia of 413 finely detailed Herbal Medicine monographs Detailed remedy locators with extensive information:  •  Remedy title [botanical and English names] Constituents  •  Herbal activity  •  Medicinal indications • Tissue conditions  •  Cautions  •  Preparations  •  External uses  •  Dosage and mode of application.  References  • Research

Part Three:   Emergency Herbal Medicine and Pyrexia.