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Chinese Medicine for the Modern World

Ancient Wisdom to Stop Worrying, Hurrying, and Overeating. 

Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd., 216 pages. 

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Avoiding Death Indefinitely

Seven prescriptions for reaching the Age of Unlimited Life Extension

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The Workbook of Chinese Herbs

A fun, innovative system for memorizing all the information about individual herbs required for the 

California State Board Licensing Examination. . .

and for any aspiring heralists!

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Letting your own instincts guide you to lean, clean, strong, and calm

Copyright 2016 - PDF 35 pages



Also from the desk of Dr. Doug

Chinese Medicine and the Wellness Revolution


The transition from medical care to health care, with Chinese medicine leading the way.

Obesity is a Shen Problem


Both biomedical theory and Chinese medical theory explain why and how excess body fat keeps people calm.

Moon, Menses, & Malicious Sperm


The only plausible explanation for why the human menstrual cycle is the same as the moon's, why women's cycles coincide when they live together, and why men hate war.

The Deficiency Myth


Rather than spend time looking for primaries deficiencies that don't exist, we need to focus on removing the three major excesses of modern life: Stagnation, Heat, and Damp.

Eliminating Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease with Hunger Awareness Training


You don't need to put up with a burning stomach. Chinese medical theory can explain it and BodyTrust can help you get rid of it safely.

The Healing Role of Instinct


Just as all animals already know, your body never lies and is never in error. You are your own primary physician.

More articles by Dr. Doug

The Political Roots of American Obesity


It all began in the late 1970s and has since spread to all corners of the world.

Putting the Big Hurt on Uterine and Ovarian Cysts


With with electro-acupuncture, Chinese herbal formulas, and wellness coaching, unwanted growths don't stand a chance.

Understanding and Resolving Common Hypoglycemia with Chinese Medicine


Eating food is not the answer for liver yang rising and liver wind.

The Curse of American Nutritionism


"Eat this! Don't eat that!" Haven't we had just about enough of this nonsense? Stop "eating right" and start eating less.

Honoring the Drinking Instincts


Your body knows exactly what to drink, when to drink, and how much to drink. As with all instincts, you don't need advice from others on this.

The Roots of Hypertension


Liver qi stagnation, heart heat, and spleen damp all contribute to high blood pressure. With the proper assistance, the habits behind these syndromes can be eliminated.

Other books recommended by Dr. Doug

The Tao of Pooh

By Benjamin Huff

Learn to stop worrying and hurrying from a simple little teddy bear. 

ZangFu Syndromes

By Joel Penner

Chinese internal medicine from American Dragon and Lone Wolf Press. A must for herbalists and acupuncturists.

Fear of Food

By Harvey Levinstein

A history of why we worry about what we eat.  The basis of the dieting mentality in the United States and around the modern world.

The Forest People

By Colin Turnbull

An anthropoligist examines the daily lives of the pygmies of the Congo and shows us how our Stone Age ancestors lived without hurrying, worrying, overeating, or 

suppressing their feelings.

Healthy at 100

By John Robbins

The scientifically proven secrets of the world's healthiest and longest-lived peoples, which by the way have little to nothing to do

 with their diets.

The New Rules of Sex

By Lauren Brim

The world is changing and so are our attitudes about sexuality and our bodies. What you discover in these pages will raise your understanding of yourself 

and your relationships.