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References on Chinese Herbs

  1. Huang KC.: The Pharmacology of Chinese Herbs, 2nd Edition. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 1999.

  2. Miller LG., Murray WJ.: Herbal Medicinals: A Clinician’s Guide.Pharmaceutical Products Press, New York, 1998.

  3. Weiner MA, Weiner JA.: Herbs That Heal. Quantum Books, Mill Valley, California, 1999.

  4. Reid DP.: Chinese Herbal Medicine. Shambhala Pubolications, Inc., 1986.

  5. Blumenthal M.: The Complete German Commission E Monographs: Therapeutic Guide to Herbal MedicinesAmerican Botanical Council, Austin, Texas, 1998.

  6. Liu C, Deng Y, McIntyre A.: Encyclopedia of Chinese and U.S. Patent Herbal Medicines. Keats Publishing, Los Angeles, 1999.

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  8. Ehling D.: The Chinese Herbalist’s Handbook. InWord Press, 1996.

 

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