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The Following Books are part of the College of Chinese Medicine required reading for the CCM 2 year Acupuncture Herb Diagnosis Diploma course

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This Book is the Foundation Course Manual for the College of Chinese Medicine giving students valuable insight into the ancient Chinese medical theories with modern adaptations and practical applications, making this book a very useful foundation for Chinese medicine

Recommended for 1st year students

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Price £75

Practical TCM contains many original and useful diagrams and pictures as well as theory. This book explains many styles of Acupuncture including Meridian Acupuncture, Auricular, Korean Hand, Scalp, Sacred Turtle and Para vertebral, including the basics of herbal formulation, pulse, face, tongue and eye diagnosis. It's characteristic is very to the point and represents the Core of a variety of TCM techniques. This is the main textbook for !st and 2nd year students at the College of Chinese Medicine

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Chinese Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Clinical Reference is a book for both students and practitioners alike. It gives clear acupuncture and herbal formulas for the types of condition that are most likely to be encountered in general practice. Two of the top professionals in the field, Paul Brecher and Paul Robin, have together compiled the most effective treatments based on their own practical clinical experience from their many decades of teaching and practice (for 2nd year students and qualified practitioners)

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This book is for 1st/2nd year students and practitioners alike of traditional Chinese medicine, diagnosis and herbal medicine. It lists herbal herbs, how to use them and also traditional diagnostic signs, for conditions easily identifiable and common place in practices today, in a way that is easily understood. The traditional Chinese diagnostics of Pulse face tongue and eye reading is also used and this book includes Traditional Chinese theory, understanding of common symptoms and conditions, as well a modern medical conditions

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This book is valuable reference book for Acupuncturists and Traditional Chinese Medicine students and practitioners alike. It's characteristic is very to the point and represents the Core TCM Knowledge. It contains many original and useful diagrams and pictures. This book explains many styles of Acupuncture including Meridian Acupuncture, Auricular, Korean Hand, Scalp, Sacred Turtle and Para vertebral, including the basics of herbal formulation, pulse, face, tongue and eye diagnosis.
Recommended for 1st/2nd year students and practitioners

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This book contains pulse, face and tongue diagnosis for diseases commonly found in clinical practice and these signs are explained in detail and are used in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine with many useful easy to understand diagrams and pictures as well as explanations.

Recommended for 1st/2nd year students and practitoners alike

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Price £15

This auricular acupuncture clinical treatment guide is an on-the-spot treatment guide to treatments commonly found in clinical practice. The use of diagram pictures gives the practitioner quick and direct advice on the treatment.

Recommended for 1st/2nd year students and practitoners alike

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Price £40

Chinese Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Clinical Treatments for the Upper Middle and Lower Body Cavities is a book for both 1st /2nd year students and practitioners alike. It gives clear acupuncture and herbal formulas for the types of condition that are most likely to be encountered in general practice. Paul Robin a top experienced professional in the field, has compiled the most effective treatments based on his own practical clinical experience from 30 years of teaching and practice.

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Price £14.99

Sacred Turtle Abdominal Acupuncture. A reference guide for students of The College of Chinese Medicine,

Simple and easy to understand diagrams and formulas for this amazing microsystem

Recommended for 1st/2nd year students and practitoners alike