General Chinese Medicine Resources
The Web That Has No Weaver: Understanding Chinese Medicine
by Ted J. Kaptchuk
Farrah says: “This is the perfect introduction to the basics of Chinese Medicine.”
Healing With Whole Foods: Oriental Traditions and Modern Nutrition
by Paul Pitchford
Farrah says: “This book is a wonderful resource explaining the importance of food and nutrition as a Chinese Medical therapy. Gives great recipes too!”
Allergy Elimination (NAET)
For more information, please visit www.naet.com.
Fertility Books and Pregnancy
Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control and Pregnancy Achievement
by Toni Weschler, M.P.H.
Farrah says: “An essential read for anyone trying to conceive.”
by Angela Wu
Farrah says: “Another great book explaining how to utilize all the modalities of Chinese Medicine for optimal fertility and pregnancy.”
Acupuncture & IVF
by Lifang Liang
Farrah says: “This is more of a guide for practitioners but may be interesting for patients as well. Discuss in detail the East and West infertility diagnosis and IVF cycles. Provides case studies as well.”
The Infertility Cure
By Randine Lewis
Farrah says: “A wonderfully written guide for those trying to conceive. Explains Eastern and Western diagnosis. Helps patients understand and explore their Chinese Medical diagnosis.”
Provides information about acupuncture practices, research, articles, practitioners, etc.
The National Institutes of Health has reviewed acupuncture as a medical treatment. NIH states: “There is sufficient evidence of acupuncture’s value to expand its use into conventional medicine and to encourage further studies of its physiology and clinical value.”
Acupuncture. NIH Consensus Statement 1997 Nov 3-5; 15(5):1-34.