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Curing Diseases the Chinese Way

with Ginger, Garlic and Green Onion

 

By Wang Fuchun &Duan Yuhua. 5.5" x 8", 154 pg, paperback. Green Onion, ginger and garlic are very useful for treating many diseases. It is the first book to fully explore their pharmaceutical value according to the theories of TCM and clinical practice. More than 600 recipes using green onion, ginger and garlic as the principal ingredients, together with other Chinese herbs and tonics as supplemental components, for treating more than 100 diseases are described.

 

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Curing Diseases the Chinese Way  Wang Fuchun &Duan Yuhua

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