First Time Translated Ancient Medical Texts

Ancient medical texts for the first time in understandable language translated and thus for the public accessible that our ancestors already before centuries more about the herbal medicine knew than we are today, hardly anyone denies that they have left us their knowledge in numerous writings and books. These difficult accessible to the ordinary citizen works but rest as treasures of early medical literature in venerable libraries and are written in a language that today hardly anyone understands. The roots of herbal healing is a journey through time in the 1st century AD, beginning with the Greek physician of Dioscorides and continues initially about the doctors Leonhard Fuchs, Matthiolus (physician Emperor of Ferdinands), Tabernaemontanus, Lonicerus and others in the future. Experiences, insights, and therapy instructions of these doctors were transferred in a language understandable, so that anyone can take advantage this knowledge lost for us so far. Even old recipes (including effective ointment against) Varicose veins and open legs, tea against gout, rheumatism, sciatica and geriatric) have been translated and can be applied again – all that was forgotten, available for the first time.

But not only the healing of the ancients was taken into account, but also the subsequent generations. Great healers and doctors such as Kneipp, Kunzle, Walker, Messegue, Madaus and Prof. Weiss come to Word, describe their experiences with a variety of plants. Last but not least the latest science research flow, confirming only that in part what we knew already centuries ago – however, only for the part, because it also effects and applications were brought to light, which at that time no one knew. In addition to an extensive register of to treat ailments and diseases, this book provides hundreds of recipes, precise dosage recommendations and instructions for the production of natural remedies of all kinds and all of practice and teaching information. Title: PhytoMagister – to the roots of herbal medicine – modern and traditional knowledge of herbal medicine for practice and teaching 700, 40 full-page coloured plants pictures – 1st Edition, December 2007 Hardcover pages, price: 69,-EUR ISBN 978-3-8370-1198-2 Publisher and production: books on demand GmbH, Norderstedt from now in bookstores – or directly at Amazon order: PhytoMagister requesting complimentary press copy see: author: Peter Kaufhold, intensively deals with the herbal medicine for over 25 years, became known through his numerous books and articles.

The Existence

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As Buddhism And Psychotherapy Each Other Inspired

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