A Practical Guide to Vibrational Medicine: Energy Healing by Richard Gerber

By Richard Gerber

Publish yr note: First released January 2001

At the sunrise of the twenty first century, the previous paradigms of drugs have all started to collapse. We now not think that bodies are machines with components that put on down, merely to be braced up by means of medicinal drugs or changed via surgical procedure. in its place, an increasing number of pioneering researchers include a brand new view of therapeutic -- one expounded via Dr. Richard Gerber in his groundbreaking best--seller, Vibrational Medicine.

Now he exhibits the best way to positioned this new mind set into useful use, describing the function of awareness and "thought forms," in addition to some great benefits of homoeopathy, acupuncture, color and light-weight therapeutic, magnetobiology, and different cures.

A commonly expert healthcare professional, Dr. Gerber combines clinical proof with conventional tools from the East and West to liberate our strength for therapeutic ourselves.

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6. , Zhong Kou YI Xue Shi Liu [Chinese Pharmaceulical Histad, People's Health Publ~sher,Beijing, 1984. $, Jidngsi Science and Technology Publisher, Jiangsi, 1987. Copyright 1999 by CRC Press LLC CARDIOVASCULAR HERBS For thousands of years, traditional Chinese medicine has made use of a myriad of herbs with great success, though lacking a thorough understanding of their mechanisms of action. Correspondingly, diagnostic techniques were less than scientific. For example, traditional Chinese physicians, called Long Chong ( $ or Tai Fu ( ( by the Chinese, diagnosed cardiac disease by merely ee Ing the pulsation of the patient's radial artery or by examining the color of the patient's tongue and the rapidity of his breathing, with surprisingly frequent precision.

Scientists have attempted to isolate the chemical elements of ginseng for over a century. , calling it panaquilon, (C,,H,,O,). It was observed that this glycoside tastes much like glycyrrhizin. It breaks down under the action of sulfuric acid to form panacon: Panaquilon Copyright 1999 by CRC Press LLC Panacon In 1906, Yasudiko isolated a pure saponin from Korean ginseng, noting a melting point of 270°C. A saponin called panaxin was also isolated from the plant. Subsequently, several investigators expanded the chemical separation of ginseng and obtained many new components (see Wangs).

Brit. 1. Pharmacol. 115:15, 199518). Metabolism Ginseng is described in Chinese medicine as a tonic and as a drug to replenish vital energy and to restore body fluids. Contributing to such effects are its action on body metabolism. The effect of ginseng on carbohydrate metabolism are complicated, exhibiting a combination of direct and indirect effects. Ginseng was used in Chinese medicine to reduce blood sugar level in diabetic patients. But ginseng itself is a powerful corticosterone-stimulating agent, as described in the section on the endocrine system.

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