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Vol. I




Contents

Chapter 1What is Acupuncture.1
Chapter 2Theory of five Elements5
Chapter 3Five shu Points15
Chapter 4Law of Yuan source or organ source points28
Chapter 5Law of distal points31
Chapter 6Law of Eight influential points or special meeting points - Low of five shu points33
Chapter 7Law of Xi-cleft points or accumulating points (Hung)35
Chapter 8Law of Luo connecting or passage points38
Chapter 9Law of Alarm points (Front shu & back shu points)40
Chapter 10Law of Horary points44
Chapter 11Law of first & last point46
Chapter 12Law of treating the Six channel axes & three courses50
Chapter 13Treatment of Endocrine glands53
Chapter 14Law of Root & fruit55
Chapter 15Law of Body parts & extra ordinary vessel relationship57
Chapter 16Law of Ayurvedic acupuncture62
Chapter 17Law of Regulating the bowels64
Chapter 18See the topography & treat the common diseases65
Chapter 19Treatment of common diseases67
Chapter 20Law of treatment of Qi, blood & body fluids82
Chapter 21Treat the windows of the sky in acute & emergency like conditions85
Chapter 22Special meeting points87
Chapter 23Treatment of possession by ghost evil88
Chapter 24Law of treatment according to time of disease (Horary cycle)0
Chapter 25A combination of Xi -cleft points & eight influential points94
Chapter 26Law of combination of luo connecting & Yuan source points0
Chapter 27Traditional treatment methods of chinese acupuncture99
Chapter 28Treatment of general deficiency of qi101
Chapter 29Treatment of wind stroke108
Chapter 30Law of Four needle treatment110
Chapter 31Diagnosis & treatment of traditional Chinese Syndromes113
Chapter 32उपचार योजना115
Our publication176

Vol. II




Vol. III



Contents

Chapter 1Electro Acupuncture According to Voll (E.A.V.) An introduction11
Chapter 2Principles of Electro Acupuncture20
Chapter 3Fundamentals of Electro Acupuncture26
Chapter 4Lymph Vessel (Ly Meridian)27
Chapter 5Nerve Degeneration Vessel (ND Meridian)46
Chapter 6Allergy or Vascular Degeneration Vessel (AD Meridian)54
Chapter 7Organ Degeneration Vessel for the Parenchymal & Epithelial Degeneration or Meridian65
Chapter 8Joints & Articular Degeneration Vessel (JD Meridians)72
Chapter 9Fibroid & Interstitial Degeneration Vessel (Fib D Meridian)77
Chapter 10Skin Degenerations Vessel (SK Meridian)83
Chapter 11Fat Degenerations Vessel (Fat D meridian)88
Chapter 12Protocol for the treatment of eye According to EAV94

Vol. IV



Contents

Chinese Acupuncture Vis a Vis EAV8
Electro Acupuncture According to voll (EAV)
1.Lungs Meridian (LU)25
2.Large Intestine Meridian (Li)35
3.Circulation Meridian (Ci)47
4.Tripple Warmer or Endocrine Meridian (TW)57
5.Heart Meridian (H)73
6.Small Intestine Meridian (Si)84
7.Spleen Meridian (Sp)97
8.Pancreas Meridian (Pn)114
9.Liver meridian (Liv)130
10.Stomach Meridian (St)145
11.Gall Bladder Meridian (GB)174
12.Kidney Meridian (K)19
13.Urinary Bladder Meridian (UB )211
14.Conception Vessel (CV)242
15.Governing Vessel (GV)251
16.Secondary Vessel Points (SVP)263
17.Meridian Chart266
18.Bibliography278

Vol. V



Contents

1.Electro Acupuncture According to Voll (EVA)13
2.Electro Acupuncture20
3.Fundamentals of Electro Acupuncture24
4.Focus of Disturbance in EAV27
5.General Protocol for the treatment of a patient According to EAV35
6.List of control measurement Points (CMP)37
7.List of Summation Measurement Points (SMP)42
8.List of Partial Summation Measurement Points (PSMP)47
9.List of Reference Points (RP)50
10.List of Serous Membrane Coating or Peritoneum Points (SCP)52
Organs of Head and Neck
11.Inflammation of organs of Head & Neck55
12.Tonsils56
13.Teeth62
14.Sinuses68
15.Eye70
16.Jaw82
17.Pharynx86
18.Larynx89
19.Salivery Glands91
20.Oesophagus95
21.Extremities99
22.Treatment of Endocrine Glands108
23.Organs of the Body & Their Treatments Points124
24.Arteries161
25.Nervous System168
26.Spinal good224
27.Treatment of Allergies227
28.Blood232
Meridian Charts267

Vol. VI




















Vol. VII



Contents

Chapter 1Acupuncture - A Brief Synopsis37
Chapter 2Yin and Yang58
Chapter 3Five Element Theory72
Chapter 4Life Substances85
Chapter 5Qi से सम्बन्धित रोगों के प्रकार98
Chapter 6Diseases Related Body113
Chapter 7Diseases Related Body Fluids119
Chapter 8Essence126
Chapter 9Diagnosis129
Chapter 10Dreams a means of Diagnosis183
Chapter 11Tongue Diagnosis186
Chapter 12Pulse Diagnosis194
Chapter 13Five Element Diagnosis203
Chapter 14Five Elements & diet therapy210
Chapter 15Eight Principles of Dignosis of Diseases212
Chapter 16Six extraordinary yang organs226
Chapter 17Six Stages of Diseases & Six Channel Axes233
Chapter 18Four levels of Qi & Patterns of diseases242
Chapter 19Heart meridian245
Chapter 20Small Intestine Meridian259
Chapter 21Urinary Bladdder Meridian267
Chapter 22Kidney Meridian278
Chapter 23Percardium meridian303
Chapter 24Tripple Warmer Meridian307
Chapter 25Gall Bladder Meridian314
Chapter 26Liver Meridian325
Chapter 27Lungs Meridian343
Chapter 28Large Intestine Meridian358
Chapter 29Stomach Meridian367
Chapter 30Spleen Meridian379
Meridian Charts

Vol. VIII


Contents

Chapter 1Prevention is better than cure1-3
Chapter 2Treatment Principles & Treatment Strategies4-10
Chapter 3A florilegium of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture Treatment11-22
Chapter 4Treatment of weakness23-27
Chapter 5Sureshot treatment of Headache28-36
Chapter 6Six Organ's back shu points plus UB 1737-43
Chapter 7Treatment Protocols t stop bleedings44-49
Chapter 8Contravection or counter flow50-52
Chapter 9Bi जकड़न53-54
Chapter 10Treatment of old age problems in acupuncture55-62
Chapter 11Senile diseases63-67
Chapter 12Accumulations & Gatherings68-70
Chapter 13Sores & Sores toxins71-73
Chapter 14Children Diseases74-77
Chapter 15Neuralgia78-100
Chapter 16Governing Vessel treatment Protocol for paralysis Atony & wilting101-106
Chapter 17Jia ji Treatment formula to treat sudden chaos107-110
Chapter 18Heart Troubles111-112
Chapter 19Possesion by ghost evils113-120
Chapter 20Acupuncture Points, their role & classification & modes of treatment121-125
Chapter 21Selecting points according to different classifications Qi classification126-132
Chapter 22Blood Classification133-136
Chapter 23Deficiency Classification137-141
Chapter 24Cold classification142-145
Chapter 25Heat Classification146-151
Chapter 26Treatment Protocols for heat pattern of diseases152-155
Chapter 27Wind classification156-161
Chapter 28Humid classification162-164
Chapter 29Essence classification165-173
Chapter 30Painful obstruction syndrome174-177
Chapter 31Points which open the closed doors178-180
Chapter 32Patterns of diseases according to pathogenic Factors181-207
Chapter 33Paralysis, Paresis, numbness & Dystonia classification208-218
Chapter 34The theory of external & internal Wind219-234
Chapter 35Treatment of paralysis235-237
Chapter 36Internal wind238-241
Chapter 37Treatment of Internal wind diseases242-245
Chapter 38Paralysis246-258

Vol. IX







Contents

Section - I
Skin Diseases
Chapter 1Skin problem & their Chinese Acupuncture treatment points1
Chapter 2Treatment by Sweating12
Chapter 3Treatment of Skin diseases of various parts27
Chapter 4Abcess and boils40
Chapter 5Acne vulgaris44
Chapter 6Alopecia areata46
Chapter 7Carbuncle48
Chapter 8Cellulitis49
Chapter 9Diphtheria50
Chapter 10Eczema52
Chapter 11Erysipelas55
Chapter 12Systemic Lupus Erythematosus57
Chapter 13Fungal infection or Tinea of Hands & feet61
Chapter 14Folliculitis63
Chapter 15Furuncle64
Chapter 16Herpes65
Chapter 17Itching68
Chapter 18Leprosy70
Chapter 19Leucoderma or vitiligo71
Chapter 20Lumps, Knots, fibromas or abcess72
Chapter 21Lymphangitis80
Chapter 22Malignancy82
Chapter 23Mumps84
Chapter 24Neurodermatitis (Thick & hard skin)85
Chapter 25Poisoning of skin87
Chapter 26Pruritis & spot of skin88
Chapter 27Psoriasis90
Chapter 28Primary Thrombocytopenic Purpura92
Chapter 29Rashes94
Chapter 30Raynaud's diseases or scleroderma or chilblain95
Chapter 31Recurrent aptha97
Chapter 32Septicemia99
Chapter 33Skin allergies100
Chapter 34Stye & other eye skin diseases102
Chapter 35Sores and Sore Toxins105
Chapter 36Heat diseases or Sha infections causing spots on skin110
Chapter 37Ulcer112
Chapter 38Urticaria113
Chapter 39Varicose veins121
Chapter 40Warts122
Chapter 41Deficient Wounds Healings & ulcers on upper or lower extremity123
Chapter 42Diagnosis & treatment of skin diseases124
Chapter 43Constitutional treatment of skin diseases126
Section - II
Psychosomatic Diseases
Chapter 1Psychiatry134
Chapter 2Causes of mental disorders141
Chapter 3Physical & metaphysical147
Chapter 4Two parts of brain153
Chapter 5Mistry of success164
Chapter 6Emotional problems & their Chinese Acupuncture treatment points10
Chapter 7Yin emotions & yang emotions196
Chapter 8Relationship of five elements , Six energies & Twelve internal organs with emotions199
Chapter 9Treatment of mental depression206
Chapter 10Drug addiction231
Chapter 11Agitations234
Chapter 12Anxiety disorders235
Chapter 13Bias237
Chapter 14Destiny239
Chapter 15Ego240
Chapter 16Self Expression and self Assertion Guidelines241
Chapter 17Expressions of Saint Francis250
Chapter 18Fear251
Chapter 19Hysteria Visceral agitations252
Chapter 20Insomnia255
Chapter 21Importance of Love256
Chapter 22Relation of mind, Brain & internal organ258
Chapter 23Mental diseases due to disharmony in heart260
Chapter 24Mania267
Chapter 25Melancholy and apprehension270
Chapter 26Natural work271
Chapter 27Oppressions & Cloudedness272
Chapter 28Neurosthenia273
Chapter 29Person and personality274
Chapter 30हठी एवं जिद्दी की Adrenal ग्रन्थि को भय दिखाने से हठ एवं जिद छूट सकती है275
Chapter 31Phobia276
Chapter 32Psyconeurosis283
Chapter 33Schizophrenia28
Chapter 34Taxation285
Diagrams288

Vol. X




Contents

Chapter 1Laws relating to heart1
Chapter 2Laws of Spleen10
Chapter 3Laws of diagnosis & Treatment of lungs diseases14
Chapter 4Laws of kidneys28
Chapter 5Law of Liver35
Chapter 6Laws of Common cold40
Chapter 7Laws of cough47
Chapter 8Laws of Sore throat64
Chapter 9Laws of Respiration of Breathing67
Chapter 10Laws of Asthma69
Chapter 11Laws of stool83
Chapter 12Laws of Constipation85
Chapter 13Laws of Diarrhoea88
Chapter 14Laws of sleep101
Chapter 15Law of thirst109
Chapter 16Law of Sweating122
Chapter 17Cramps140
Chapter 18Laws of Abdominal Diagnosis144
Chapter 19Laws Relating to Abdominal Pain147
Chapter 20Laws f Flatulance154
Chapter 21Laws of Hiccups157
Chapter 22Laws of Nausea & Vomiting159
Chapter 23Laws of teeth & gums167
Chapter 24Laws of Diabetes171
Chapter 25Laws of Hypoglycemia182
Chapter 26Laws relating to causes & Treatment of Occlusion in different parts of body184
Chapter 27See the eyes & the movements of a patient & diagnose193
Chapter 28Treatment of mental depression202
Chapter 29Dysmenorrhea226
Chapter 30Treatment of Fever243
Chapter 31Laws of Choice of points275
Chapter 32Meridian Charts283

Vol. XI


Contents

Chapter 1Know your heart1
Chapter 2Circulation of blood in the body9
Chapter 3Theory of heart10
Chapter 4Blood Pressure19
Chapter 5Hypertension or high blood pressure23
Chapter 6Treatment of heart diseases by diet control :29
Chapter 7Suggested vitamin supplements for the Patients of heart diseases :39
Chapter 8Hormones & heart disease42
Chapter 9Stature your cells with hyperbaric oxygen through Pranayam :45
Chapter 10Coronary arteries47
Chapter 11Coronary heart disease (CHD) or Coronary artery disease (CAD)59
Chapter 12Cardiac insufficiency may cause angina Pectoris and arrhythmia66
Chapter 13Laws relating to heart72
Chapter 14Functions of hearts81
Chapter 15The heart meridian87
Chapter 16Pericardium Meridian98
Chapter 17EAV heart meridian109
Chapter 18Pericardium116
Chapter 19Patterns of heart diseases120
Chapter 20EAV Circulation Meridian or Pericardium Meridian (Ci meridian)132
Chapter 21Heart attack or myocardial 138
Chapter 22Congestive myocardiosis or Primary myocardiosis 141
Chapter 23Viral myocarditis143
Chapter 24Myocarditis146
Chapter 25Acute myocardial infarction (AMI)147
Chapter 26Angina pectoris152
Chapter 27Reverse angina pectoris156
Chapter 28Cardiac arrest158
Chapter 29Congestive heart failure (CHF)160
Chapter 30Chronic heart failure (CHF)165
Chapter 31Endocarditis167
Chapter 32Pericarditis170
Chapter 33Pacemaker syndrome or sick sinus syndrome or Adams Stroke syndrome172
Chapter 34Shock177
Chapter 35Low blood pressure181
Chapter 36Portal hypertension186
Chapter 37Cardiac arrhythmia187
Chapter 38Tachycardia193
Chapter 39Treatment of arteries in EAV198
Chapter 40Pulmonary heart disease205
Chapter 41Pulmonary encephalopathy causing respiration & cardiac failure209
Chapter 42Pulmonary hypertension (cor pulmonale )213
Chapter 43Hole in heart or Ventricular septal defect215
Chapter 44Rheumatic heart disease (RHD)217
Chapter 45Rheumatic Fever218
Chapter 46Heart block219
Chapter 47Fatty heart or cardiomegaly220
Chapter 48Stress causes heart diseases221
Chapter 49Exercise benefits the cardiovascular system224
Chapter 50High Cholestrol level227
Chapter 51Abnormalities in heart valves231
Chapter 52Biliary heart syndrome or hypochondriac pain or precordial Pain236
Chapter 53Varicose veins238
Chapter 54Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)240
Chapter 55Phlebitis242
Chapter 56Buerger's disease : Thromboangitis obliterans244
Chapter 57Chest Troubles250
Chapter 58Restlessness252
Chapter 59Cardiac neurosis253
Chapter 60Cyanosis (bluish tint) of lips & nails254
Chapter 61Nightmares255
Chapter 62Irritation256
Chapter 63Sadness257
Chapter 64Laughter & Crying258
Chapter 65Nerve supply to heart259
Chapter 66Dreams a means of diagnosis260
Chapter 67Emotional treatment points of heart & pericardium263
Chapter 68General heart disease269
Chapter 69Electrocardiogram ECG275
Chapter 70Stress test or tread mill test276
Chapter 71Echocardiogram or cardiac ultrasound277
Chapter 72Prevent heart disease279
Abbreviations and their meaning280

Vol. XII


Contents

Chapter 1The respiratory system1
Chapter 2Know your lungs5
Chapter 3Defence mechanism of lungs10
Chapter 4Effect of aging on the respiratory system12
Chapter 5Symptoms of lungs diseases13
Chapter 6Diagnosis of lungs diseases21
Chapter 7Cough diagnosis26
Chapter 8Laws of cough29
Chapter 9Wheezing diagnosis46
Chapter 10Chest pain dignosis47
Chapter 11Shortness of breath diagnosis49
Chapter 12Laws of respiration or breathing52
Chapter 13Laws of diagnosis & treatment of asthama54
Chapter 14EAV lungs meridian (Lu meridian)68
Chapter 15EAV treatment points for different parts of lungs77
Chapter 16Chinese lungs meridian82
Chapter 17Treatment of diseases of pharynx95
Chapter 18Laws of Sore Thorat98
Chapter 19EAV treatment of larynx101
Chapter 20Laryngitis103
Chapter 21TCM treatment of lungs patterns of disease106
Chapter 22TCM treatment of all types of lungs disease121
Chapter 23Laws of diagnosis & treatment of common cold131
Chapter 24Laws of treatment of lungs138
Chapter 25Bronchitis147
Chapter 26Pneumonia150
Chapter 27Bronchial asthama154
Chapter 28Tubercular pleuritis157
Chapter 29Lungs abscess162
Chapter 30Lung cancer167
Chapter 31Tuberculosis173
Chapter 32Respiratory & cardiac failure of pulmonary encephalspathy183
Chapter 33Pulmonary hypertension (cor pulmonale)187
Chapter 34Pulmonary heart disease189
Chapter 35Inverted cup syndrome193
Chapter 36TCM treatment of wheezing & dyspnea194
Chapter 37Pneumoconiosis197

Vol. XIII


Contents

Chapter 1Urinary System1
Chapter 2Know your kindly2
Chapter 3Know your ureters, Bladder & urethra6
Chapter 4Effect of ageing on urinary system8
Chapter 5Functions of kidneys9
Chapter 6Formation of Urine11
Chapter 7Diagnosis of kindly & Urinary disorders13
Chapter 8Diagnosis of Urinary tract disease by urine17
Chapter 9Symptoms of kidney & Urinary tract disorders20
Chapter 10Urogenital symptoms help diagnose Kidney & urinary disease26
Chapter 11Polyuria30
Chapter 12Oliguria & anuria32
Chapter 13Urinary stoppage Shan36
Chapter 14Hematuria (blood in Urine)38
Chapter 15Blood in urine & stool42
Chapter 16Nocturia43
Chapter 17Urinary obstruction45
Chapter 18Strangury & turbidity47
Chapter 19Urethral Stricture51
Chapter 20Dribbling urination, retention of urine53
Chapter 21Incontinence of urine56
Chapter 22Bed wetting61
Chapter 23See the leakages with Urine & treat the urinary diseases65
Chapter 24TCM protocols for treatment of kindly diseases69
Chapter 25TCM protocols for treatment of urinary bladder diseases95
Chapter 26EAV kindly meridian ( K meridian)106
Chapter 27TCM urinary bladder meridian (UB meridian)123
Chapter 28EAV treatment points for different parts of kidney153
Chapter 29EAV treatment points for different parts of urinary bladder156
Chapter 30Laws of treatment of kidney disease160
Chapter 31Laws of Treatment of urinary bladder disease168
Chapter 32Kidney & urinary Bladder disorders cause lower back disorders171
Chapter 33Hydronephrosis177
Chapter 34Urinary tract infection (UTI)181
Chapter 35Kidney cysts186
Chapter 36Urinary tract stones189
Chapter 37Nephropyelitis199
Chapter 38Nephritis202
Chapter 39Nephrotic syndrome206
Chapter 40Kidney Failure or renal failure216
Chapter 41Dialysis226
Chapter 42Urenia229
Chapter 43Hypertrophy of prostate gland230
Chapter 44Chyluria237
Chapter 45Filarial elephantiasis238
Chapter 46Schistosomiasis239
Chapter 47Spermatorrhoea240
Chapter 48Running piglet syndrome243
Chapter 49Some Important treatment formulae for urinary tract diseases244
Chapter 50Most active points for the treatment of urinary tract organs245

Vol. XIV


Contents

Chapter 1How you see ?1
Chapter 2Know your eyes ?2
Chapter 3Protective features of eyes12
Chapter 4Effects of ageing on eyes14
Chapter 5Symptoms of Eye disorders17
Chapter 6Diagnosis of disorders of eyes24
Chapter 7Diagnosis of the eye disease by symptoms29
Chapter 8Warning symptoms of Eyes32
Chapter 9Principles of treatment of eye diseases by Acupressure33
Chapter 10Patterns of eye diseases35
Chapter 11Who should care your eye ?49
Chapter 12Spectacles & Contact of lenses50
Chapter 13Affected part of the eye and related internal organ54
Chapter 14See the eyes & diagnosis56
Chapter 15Protocol for the treatment of eye according to Dr. Voll64
Chapter 16Two primary causes of blindness93
Chapter 17Parts of eyes & their energetic relations with internal organs teeth and their treatment94
Chapter 18Cornea Transplants104
Chapter 19Focussing Problems105
Chapter 20Laws of choroid107
Chapter 21Laws of ciliary body108
Chapter 22Laws of conjunctiva110
Chapter 23Laws of cornea111
Chapter 24Laws of eyelids112
Chapter 25Laws of iris115
Chapter 26Laws of lens116
Chapter 27Laws of macula118
Chapter 28Laws of optic nerves119
Chapter 29Laws of pupil120
Chapter 30Laws of retina121
Chapter 31Laws of sclera122
Chapter 32Laws of tear glands125
Chapter 33Laws of viterous body126
Chapter 34Astigmatism128
Chapter 35Blepharitis129
Chapter 36cataract131
Chapter 37central retimitis141
Chapter 38Central retinal arterial occlusion142
Chapter 39Clear eye blindness143
Chapter 40Chalazions144
Chapter 41Conjunctivitis145
Chapter 42Corneal ulcer152
Chapter 43Diseases of cornea153
Chapter 44Computers, television and eye strain155
Chapter 45Clouded or blurred vision156
Chapter 46Crossed eyes or strabismus157
Chapter 47Diabetic retinopathy159
Chapter 48Double vision (Diplopia)161
Chapter 49Dry Eyes163
Chapter 50Ectropion165
Chapter 51Eyelash hair irritating the eyelids166
Chapter 52Eye screen167
Chapter 53Eye pain169
Chapter 54Entropain170
Chapter 55Farsightedness171
Chapter 56Exophthalmos172
Chapter 57Glaucoma174
Chapter 58Ischaemic optic neuropathy181
Chapter 59Itching of eyes182
Chapter 60Ophthalmoplegia182
Chapter 61Near sightedness183
Chapter 62Night blindness185
Chapter 63Optic neuritis19
Chapter 64Pathological change of optic nerve191
Chapter 65Presbyopia196
Chapter 66Pterigium197
Chapter 67Red eyes198
Chapter 68Scleritis199
Chapter 69Styes200
Chapter 70Swollen & distended eyes201
Chapter 71Subconjunctival hamorrhage202
Chapter 72Sudden impairment of vision203
Chapter 73Tearing eyes204
Chapter 74Trachoma206
Chapter 75Uveitis208
Chapter 76Ulcer on eyelid210
Chapter 77Xanthelasmas211
Chapter 78Some important treatment Protocols for the diseases of eyes212
Chapter 79Glossary219

Vol. XV


Contents

Chapter 1How to Digest?1
Chapter 2Digestive system3
Chapter 3Nutrition & Metabolism10
Chapter 4Laws of Treatment of lips12
Chapter 5Law of Treatment of Mouth17
Chapter 6Salivery glands23
Chapter 7Esophagus27
Chapter 8Esophageal Constriction31
Chapter 9Law of Stomach41
Chapter 10Laws of Small intestine50
Chapter 11Laws of large intestine55
Chapter 12Laws of gall Bladder62
Chapter 13Laws of Liver66
Chapter 14Laws of Pancreas72
Chapter 15Laws of spleen80
Chapter 16Pattern of diseases of gastro Intestinal tract85
Chapter 17Travelling of the gastro intestinal tract94
Chapter 18law of abdominal diagnosis107
Chapter 19Laws of gastralgia110
Chapter 20Laws of abdominal Pain112
Chapter 21Laws relating to location of abdominal pain117
Chapter 22Laws of hiccough124
Chapter 23Laws of stool126
Chapter 24Laws of constipation128
Chapter 25Laws of diarrhoea131
Chapter 26Laws of Flatulance144
Chapter 27Laws of belching147
Chapter 28Laws of nausea & vomiting149
Chapter 29Laws of thirst157
Chapter 30Atrophic gastritis170
Chapter 31Peptic ulcer174
Chapter 32Cholera180
Chapter 33Cholera Sicca190
Chapter 34Gastroptosis192
Chapter 35Stomach cancer193
Chapter 36Infantile malnutrition198
Chapter 37Treatment of Intestinal diseases200
Chapter 38Celiac disease204
Chapter 39Malabsorption206
Chapter 40Diverticulosis and diverticulities208
Chapter 41Food Poisoning212
Chapter 42Inflammatory Bowel Diseases216
Chapter 43Appendicites220
Chapter 44Acute intestinal obstruction223
Chapter 45Irritable bowel syndrome233
Chapter 46Chronic ulcerative colitis235
Chapter 47Anal itching239
Chapter 48Proctitis240
Chapter 49Anal Fissure241
Chapter 50Anorectal fistula242
Chapter 51Hemorrhoids243
Chapter 52Anal prolapse253
Chapter 53Rectal prolapse254
Chapter 54Senile constipation255
Chapter 55Aplastic anemia257
Chapter 56Liver cirrhosis with ascites265
Chapter 57Hepatitis271
Chapter 58Jaundice274
Chapter 59Gall stones282
Chapter 60Peritoneal adhesion290
Chapter 61Typhoid fever292
Chapter 62Leukopenia294
Chapter 63Preventive treatment in acupuncture296
Chapter 64Some important treatment protocols297

Vol. XVI



Contents

Chapter 1Allopathic system Vis a Vis Tradional Chinese medicine1
Chapter 2Fundamental of Qi Mechanism3
Chapter 3Laws of relating to stagnations of Qi10
Chapter 4Laws Relating to Contravection of Qi or Rebelious Qi19
Chapter 5Comparison of symptoms of deficiency of yin and deficiency of Yang38
Chapter 6Laws of yin44
Chapter 7Laws of yang52
Chapter 8Yang related Diseases & their Treatments58
Chapter 9Relationship of yin Organs79
Chapter 10Deficiency Blood91
Chapter 11Heat and blood107
Chapter 12Bleeding due to deficiency of yin123
Chapter 13Laws Relating to stasis of blood124
Chapter 14Phlegm133
Chapter 15Hot diseases158
Chapter 16Cold diseases163
Chapter 17Attack of Internal wind166
Chapter 18Attack of humidity on Urinary Bladder causes U.T.I.177
Chapter 19Attack of Dampness on Spleen183
Chapter 20Causes of Diseases187
Chapter 21Laws of diagnosis & Treatment of the different levels of diseases207
Chapter 22Principle of Treatment226
Chapter 23How to prepare treatment formulae ?251
Chapter 24Treatments of injuries by Acupressure264
Chapter 25Meridian Charts290

Vol. XVII



Contents

Section - I
Emergency Diseases
Chapter 1First Aid2
Chapter 2Drowning5
Chapter 3Sunstroke10
Chapter 4Fainting or syncope15
Chapter 5Shock22
Chapter 6Coma and Stupor26
Chapter 7Hysteria40
Chapter 8Epileptic Seizures43
Chapter 9Infantile Convulsions58
Chapter 10Convulsions64
Chapter 11Windstroke66
Chapter 12Vertigo & Dizziness82
Chapter 13Uterine Hemorrhage89
Section -II
Infectious Diseases
Chapter 1Epidemic Hemorrhagic Fever97
Chapter 2Fever of Unknown Origin104
Chapter 3Malaria117
Chapter 4Dysentry82
Chapter 5Skin Abscess89
Chapter 6Breast Abscess or Mastitis97
Chapter 7Mumps or Contagious Parotitis136
Chapter 8Uterus Fibroid138
Chapter 9Leprosy146
Chapter 10Frostbite150
Chapter 11Infantile Paralysis or polio152
Chapter 12Myasthenia Gravis158
Chapter 13Leukorrhea164
Chapter 14Systematic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)171
Chapter 15Acute Infectious Paralysis (Neuropathy)178
Section - III
Some General Diseases
Chapter 1Headache184
Chapter 2Migraine Headaches194
Chapter 3Brachial Plexus Neuritis197
Chapter 4Cervical Spondylosis201
Chapter 5Melancholia205
Chapter 6Impotency212
Chapter 7Nocturnal Emissions223
Chapter 8Sexual Dysfunction In Men226
Chapter 9Toothache & Bleeding Gums232
Chapter 10Meridian Charts237

Vol. XVIII










Contents

Part -I
Tongue Diagnosis
Chapter 1Examination of Tongue1
Chapter 2Normal tongue3
Chapter 3How to Examine the Tongue4
Chapter 4Table of Aspects of Tongue Diagnosis9
Chapter 5Correspondence of Internal Organs on Tongue12
Chapter 6Eight Guiding Principles of Tongue Diagnosis15
Chapter 7Summary to Tongue Diagnosis of the disease Pattern according to eight Principles33
Chapter 8Qi deficiency tongue diagnosis34
Chapter 9Yang deficiency tongue diagnosis35
Chapter 10Tongue Diagnosis in blood deficiency36
Chapter 11Yin deficiency tongue diagnosis37
Chapter 12Tongue symptoms in internal excess conditions39
Chapter 13Tongue body colour41
Chapter 14Summary to Tongue body colour64
Chapter 15Tongue shape77
Chapter 16Slift Tongue81
Chapter 17Flaccid Tongue82
Chapter 18Long tongue83
Chapter 19Short tongue84
Chapter 20Cracked tongue85
Chapter 21Loose tongue89
Chapter 22Deviated tongue90
Chapter 23Rolled tongue91
Chapter 24Numb tongue93
Chapter 25Excess or Slow moving tongue94
Chapter 26Quivering tongue95
Chapter 27Teeth marked tongue96
Chapter 28Sore Covered tongue97
Chapter 29Summary of tongue Shape98
Chapter 30Tongue coating108
Chapter 31Multiple tongue coating colour112
Chapter 32Tongue coating moisture114
Chapter 33Coating distribution116
Chapter 34Types of Tongue coating and its diagnosis117
Chapter 35Tongue coating120
Chapter 36tongue diagnosis in clinic121
Chapter 37Dangerous tongue127
Chapter 38Tongue diagnosis in children129
Chapter 39Five aspects of prognosis based on tongue131
Chapter 40Imbalance between left and right side of tongue134
Chapter 41Imbalance between tip and root of tongue135
Chapter 42Tongue and pulse diagnosis integration136
Chapter 43Difference between heat and fire137
Chapter 44Tonifying the Qi versus eliminating the pathogenic factors139
Chapter 45Treatment of blood by Acupressure140
Chapter 46Treatment of skin diseases by tongue Diagnosis142
Chapter 47Some important hints about tongue diagnosis143
Chapter 48Identification of pattern of diseases144
Chapter 49Identification of pattern according to four levels:145
Chapter 50Identification if diseases according to six stages by tongue diagnosis155
Chapter 51Identification of pattern according to the three warmers by tongue diagnosis166
Part -II
Tongue Pictures
1.Triple warmer tongue correspondence175
2.Organ correspondence175
3.Organ correspondence175
4.Organ correspondence176
5.Interior correspondence176
6.Exterior correspondence176
7.Half interior, half exterior conditions177
8.Interior correspondence177
9.White on tip, gray on root177
10.Purple spots on sides indicating heart yang deficiency178
11.Purple spots of blood stasis178
12.Red points on the sides178
13.Red points on the sides towards central area179
14.Bluish purple central surface179
15.Swollen edges more in middle section179
16.Swollen sides180
17.Swollen along a central crack180
18.Swollen on half of the tongue180
19.Localised swelling on one side181
20.Swollen on half tongue surface181
21.Hammer shaped tongue181
22.Long horizontal cracks182
23.Short horizontal cracks182
24.Cracks like ice floes182
25.Short irregular. cracks182
26.Short irregular cracks182
27.Short irregular cracks183
28.Transverse cracks on sides184
29.Vertical cracks in the centre184
30.Long vertical crack in the centre184
31.Transverse cracks behind tip185
32.Deep central crack with other small crakcs185
33.Deviated tongue186
34.Deviated tongue186
35.Under rolled tongue186
36.Over rolled tongue186
37.Teeth marked tongue187
38.Interior condition of the body187
39.Exterior condition of the body187
40.Normal tongue has a thin white coating with root188
41.The coating starts to become roottless int he centre indicating188
Stomach Qi deficiency
42.Coating becomes rootless all over, indicating more serious stomach Qi deficiency 188
43.Centre becomes peeled and remaining tongue has a rootless coating indicating stomach yin deficiency 189
44.Centre becomes red, remaining tongue has a rootless coating indicating stomach yin deficiency causing empty heat.189
45.Tongue becomes peeled all over indicates more severe stomach yin deficiency.189
46.Tongue becomes peeled all over with a stomach crack indicates. severe stomach yin deficiency.190
47.Tongue is peeled all over and is red indicates both stomach and kidney yin deficiency causing empty heat.190
48.Tongue is peeled all over and is red with a stomach crack, indicates both stomach and kidney yin deficiency.190
49.If a coating first appear on the first part indicates external attack subsequently coating moves to the centre indicates pathogenic factor going in the interior.191
50.If a coating first appears on the outside of the tongue indicates an external attack subsequently coating moves to the centre indicates pathogenic factor going in the interior.191
Part-III
Tongue Pictures
Case histories from 1 to 54195
Photos 1 to 56267
Glossary275

Vol. XIX








Contents

Chapter 1Abdominal Masses1
Chapter 2Atrophy syndrome12
Chapter 3Parkinson's Disease24
Chapter 4Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)33
Chapter 5Multiple Sclerosis49
Chapter 6Nephritis53
Chapter 7Erysipealas67
Chapter 8Gall Bladder Stones71
Chapter 9Painful Urination Syndrome75
Chapter 10Blood in Urine92
Chapter 11Insomnia98
Chapter 12Somnolence112
Chapter 13Poor memory116
Chapter 14Diarhhea120
Chapter 15Constipation130
Chapter 16Abdominal pain144
Chapter 17Epigastric Pain159
Chapter 18Vomiting182
Chapter 19Tinnitus195
Chapter 20Edema204
Chapter 21Chest Painful occlusion Syndrome213
Chapter 22Eczema228
Chapter 23Hemorrhoid235
Chapter 24Sudden Deafness239
Chapter 25Urticaria242
Chapter 26Acne Vulgaris247
Chapter 27Tiredness250
Chapter 28Meridian Charts299

Vol. XX







Contents

Chapter 1Infertility1
Chapter 2Abortion10
Chapter 3Menorrhagia & Metrorhagia - Excessive Periods & Flooding19
Chapter 4Dysmenorrhea36
Chapter 5Premenstrual Syndromes50
Chapter 6Abnormal Vaginal Discharge61
Chapter 7Abnormal Menstruation71
Chapter 8a. Liver Qi stagnations may cause irregular menstruation, Sometimes early and sometimes delayed.89
b. Stasis of blood causes prolonged menstruation.
Chapter 9Anovulatory functional Uterine bleeding103
Chapter 10Angina Pectoris116
Chapter 11Palpitation of heart130
Chapter 12Bleeding158
Chapter 13Bleeding gums168
Chapter 14Bleeding under the Skin172
Chapter 15Blood in Stool177
Chapter 16Coughing blood181
Chapter 17Incontinence of urine185
Chapter 18Headache195
Chapter 19Sinusitis246
Chapter 20Allergic Rhinitis255
Chapter 21Breathlessness265
Chapter 22Wheezing292
Chapter 23Cough305
Chapter 24Hypochondrial Pain332
Chapter 25Lower Backache341
Chapter 26Chronic pelvic inflammation354
Chapter 27Flaccidity363
Chapter 28Dizziness & Vertigo370
Chapter 29Senile Dementia386
Chapter 30Anorexia390
Chapter 31Dysentery395
Chapter 32Profuse Sweating411
Chapter 33Diabetes422

Vol. XXI



Vol. XXII



Contents

Part - I
Extremities
1.Fingers1
2.Hand4
3.Wrist.7
4Forearm9
5.Elbow11-12
6.Upper Arm13-14
7.Shoulder and Scapula15-18
8.Axilla19
9.Foot20-24
10.Ankle25
11.Lower Leg26-27
12.Knee28-30
13.HipJoint31
14.Thigh32
15.Srructure of Foot33
16.Law of Extremities34-36
17.Sleeping Hand or Arm37
18.SIeeping Foor or Leg38
19.Hypertonia of Extremitis39
20.Raynaud's Disease40-41
21.Restless Legs Syndrome42
22.Peripheral Neuritis43
23.Heavy Legs, Sluggish Circulation44
24.Trigger Finger or Snap Figner45-46
25.Tennis Elbow47-48
26.Carpal Tunnel Syndrome49
27.Dupnytren's Contracture50
28.Ganglion51
29.Radio Ulna Joint Sprain52
30.De Quervain's Syndrome53
31.Gamekeeper's Thumb54
32.Cubital Tunnel Syndrome55
33.Planter Fascilitis (Strained Arch of Foot)56
34.Pain in the Ball of Foot (Metatarsalgia)57
35.Heel Spur Pain58
36.Bursitis in the Heel59
37.Achilles Tendonitis60
38.Morton's Neuroma or Morton's Neuralgia61
39.Morton's ToeT62
40.Ingrown Toe Nails63
41.Fungal Infection of Nails64
42.Athlete's Foot65
43.Swollen Legs66-67
44.Shin Splints68
45.Hamstring Injuries69
46.Strengthening the Hamstrings70
47.Strengthening the Shin Muscles71
48.Flat Feet72
49.Groin Injury72
50.Sprain in the Foot73
51.Foot Ulcer74
52.Paronychia75
53.Bunions and Hallux Valgus76
54.Corns77
55.Burning Feet78
56.Baker's Cysts79
57.Mallet Finger or Hammer Finger80
58.Radial Tunnel Syndrome81
59.Tennis Shoulder82-83
Part -II
Aches and Pains in the Body
1.Headache86
2.Eye87-88
3.Face area Pains89-90
4.Throat91
5.Neck92
6.Cervical Spondilitis or Spondilosis93-94
7.Back Pain95
8.Lumbar Region96
9.Coccyx Painful and Injured97
10.Chest Pain98-100
11.Intercoast Neuralgia101
12.Abdomen102
13.Rheumatic Arthritis103-106
14.Rheumatoid Arthritis107 -111
15.Gout and Pain in Big Toe112-115
16.Occlusion and Bi Syndromes116-117
17.Sprain118-120
18.Sports and Industrial Injuries121-127
19.Muscle Cramps128-129
20.Spasm130-132
21.Fibromyalgia133-134
22.Orchitis or Epididmytis135
23.Rickets136-137
24.Rheumatism138-139
25.Paget's Disease of Bone140-141
26.Runner's Knee142-143
27.Popliteous Tendonitis144
28.Scleroderma145-146
29.Tetany147-152
30.Disorders of Peripheral Circulation153
31.Painful Menstruation and Dysmenorrhea154-155
32.Urinary Problems156
33.Stiff Persons Syndromes157
34.Cellulitis158
35.Bruising and Abrasions159
36.Post Operative Pain160
37.Jet Lag161
38.Pesticide Poisoning162
39.Beauty Treatments163
40.Buerger's Disease164
41.Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome165
42.Whiplash Injury166
43.Stiff Neck167
44.Performance in Sports168
45.Stress Related to Sports168
Byol Charts169-174
(Our Publications)175-176

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Vol. I




Contents

Chapter 1What is Acupuncture.1
Chapter 2Theory of five Elements5
Chapter 3Five shu Points15
Chapter 4Law of Yuan source or organ source points28
Chapter 5Law of distal points31
Chapter 6Law of Eight influential points or special meeting points - Low of five shu points33
Chapter 7Law of Xi-cleft points or accumulating points (Hung)35
Chapter 8Law of Luo connecting or passage points38
Chapter 9Law of Alarm points (Front shu & back shu points)40
Chapter 10Law of Horary points44
Chapter 11Law of first & last point46
Chapter 12Law of treating the Six channel axes & three courses50
Chapter 13Treatment of Endocrine glands53
Chapter 14Law of Root & fruit55
Chapter 15Law of Body parts & extra ordinary vessel relationship57
Chapter 16Law of Ayurvedic acupuncture62
Chapter 17Law of Regulating the bowels64
Chapter 18See the topography & treat the common diseases65
Chapter 19Treatment of common diseases67
Chapter 20Law of treatment of Qi, blood & body fluids82
Chapter 21Treat the windows of the sky in acute & emergency like conditions85
Chapter 22Special meeting points87
Chapter 23Treatment of possession by ghost evil88
Chapter 24Law of treatment according to time of disease (Horary cycle)0
Chapter 25A combination of Xi -cleft points & eight influential points94
Chapter 26Law of combination of luo connecting & Yuan source points0
Chapter 27Traditional treatment methods of chinese acupuncture99
Chapter 28Treatment of general deficiency of qi101
Chapter 29Treatment of wind stroke108
Chapter 30Law of Four needle treatment110
Chapter 31Diagnosis & treatment of traditional Chinese Syndromes113
Chapter 32उपचार योजना115
Our publication176

Vol. II




Vol. III



Contents

Chapter 1Electro Acupuncture According to Voll (E.A.V.) An introduction11
Chapter 2Principles of Electro Acupuncture20
Chapter 3Fundamentals of Electro Acupuncture26
Chapter 4Lymph Vessel (Ly Meridian)27
Chapter 5Nerve Degeneration Vessel (ND Meridian)46
Chapter 6Allergy or Vascular Degeneration Vessel (AD Meridian)54
Chapter 7Organ Degeneration Vessel for the Parenchymal & Epithelial Degeneration or Meridian65
Chapter 8Joints & Articular Degeneration Vessel (JD Meridians)72
Chapter 9Fibroid & Interstitial Degeneration Vessel (Fib D Meridian)77
Chapter 10Skin Degenerations Vessel (SK Meridian)83
Chapter 11Fat Degenerations Vessel (Fat D meridian)88
Chapter 12Protocol for the treatment of eye According to EAV94

Vol. IV



Contents

Chinese Acupuncture Vis a Vis EAV8
Electro Acupuncture According to voll (EAV)
1.Lungs Meridian (LU)25
2.Large Intestine Meridian (Li)35
3.Circulation Meridian (Ci)47
4.Tripple Warmer or Endocrine Meridian (TW)57
5.Heart Meridian (H)73
6.Small Intestine Meridian (Si)84
7.Spleen Meridian (Sp)97
8.Pancreas Meridian (Pn)114
9.Liver meridian (Liv)130
10.Stomach Meridian (St)145
11.Gall Bladder Meridian (GB)174
12.Kidney Meridian (K)19
13.Urinary Bladder Meridian (UB )211
14.Conception Vessel (CV)242
15.Governing Vessel (GV)251
16.Secondary Vessel Points (SVP)263
17.Meridian Chart266
18.Bibliography278

Vol. V



Contents

1.Electro Acupuncture According to Voll (EVA)13
2.Electro Acupuncture20
3.Fundamentals of Electro Acupuncture24
4.Focus of Disturbance in EAV27
5.General Protocol for the treatment of a patient According to EAV35
6.List of control measurement Points (CMP)37
7.List of Summation Measurement Points (SMP)42
8.List of Partial Summation Measurement Points (PSMP)47
9.List of Reference Points (RP)50
10.List of Serous Membrane Coating or Peritoneum Points (SCP)52
Organs of Head and Neck
11.Inflammation of organs of Head & Neck55
12.Tonsils56
13.Teeth62
14.Sinuses68
15.Eye70
16.Jaw82
17.Pharynx86
18.Larynx89
19.Salivery Glands91
20.Oesophagus95
21.Extremities99
22.Treatment of Endocrine Glands108
23.Organs of the Body & Their Treatments Points124
24.Arteries161
25.Nervous System168
26.Spinal good224
27.Treatment of Allergies227
28.Blood232
Meridian Charts267

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Vol. VII



Contents

Chapter 1Acupuncture - A Brief Synopsis37
Chapter 2Yin and Yang58
Chapter 3Five Element Theory72
Chapter 4Life Substances85
Chapter 5Qi से सम्बन्धित रोगों के प्रकार98
Chapter 6Diseases Related Body113
Chapter 7Diseases Related Body Fluids119
Chapter 8Essence126
Chapter 9Diagnosis129
Chapter 10Dreams a means of Diagnosis183
Chapter 11Tongue Diagnosis186
Chapter 12Pulse Diagnosis194
Chapter 13Five Element Diagnosis203
Chapter 14Five Elements & diet therapy210
Chapter 15Eight Principles of Dignosis of Diseases212
Chapter 16Six extraordinary yang organs226
Chapter 17Six Stages of Diseases & Six Channel Axes233
Chapter 18Four levels of Qi & Patterns of diseases242
Chapter 19Heart meridian245
Chapter 20Small Intestine Meridian259
Chapter 21Urinary Bladdder Meridian267
Chapter 22Kidney Meridian278
Chapter 23Percardium meridian303
Chapter 24Tripple Warmer Meridian307
Chapter 25Gall Bladder Meridian314
Chapter 26Liver Meridian325
Chapter 27Lungs Meridian343
Chapter 28Large Intestine Meridian358
Chapter 29Stomach Meridian367
Chapter 30Spleen Meridian379
Meridian Charts

Vol. VIII


Contents

Chapter 1Prevention is better than cure1-3
Chapter 2Treatment Principles & Treatment Strategies4-10
Chapter 3A florilegium of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture Treatment11-22
Chapter 4Treatment of weakness23-27
Chapter 5Sureshot treatment of Headache28-36
Chapter 6Six Organ's back shu points plus UB 1737-43
Chapter 7Treatment Protocols t stop bleedings44-49
Chapter 8Contravection or counter flow50-52
Chapter 9Bi जकड़न53-54
Chapter 10Treatment of old age problems in acupuncture55-62
Chapter 11Senile diseases63-67
Chapter 12Accumulations & Gatherings68-70
Chapter 13Sores & Sores toxins71-73
Chapter 14Children Diseases74-77
Chapter 15Neuralgia78-100
Chapter 16Governing Vessel treatment Protocol for paralysis Atony & wilting101-106
Chapter 17Jia ji Treatment formula to treat sudden chaos107-110
Chapter 18Heart Troubles111-112
Chapter 19Possesion by ghost evils113-120
Chapter 20Acupuncture Points, their role & classification & modes of treatment121-125
Chapter 21Selecting points according to different classifications Qi classification126-132
Chapter 22Blood Classification133-136
Chapter 23Deficiency Classification137-141
Chapter 24Cold classification142-145
Chapter 25Heat Classification146-151
Chapter 26Treatment Protocols for heat pattern of diseases152-155
Chapter 27Wind classification156-161
Chapter 28Humid classification162-164
Chapter 29Essence classification165-173
Chapter 30Painful obstruction syndrome174-177
Chapter 31Points which open the closed doors178-180
Chapter 32Patterns of diseases according to pathogenic Factors181-207
Chapter 33Paralysis, Paresis, numbness & Dystonia classification208-218
Chapter 34The theory of external & internal Wind219-234
Chapter 35Treatment of paralysis235-237
Chapter 36Internal wind238-241
Chapter 37Treatment of Internal wind diseases242-245
Chapter 38Paralysis246-258

Vol. IX







Contents

Section - I
Skin Diseases
Chapter 1Skin problem & their Chinese Acupuncture treatment points1
Chapter 2Treatment by Sweating12
Chapter 3Treatment of Skin diseases of various parts27
Chapter 4Abcess and boils40
Chapter 5Acne vulgaris44
Chapter 6Alopecia areata46
Chapter 7Carbuncle48
Chapter 8Cellulitis49
Chapter 9Diphtheria50
Chapter 10Eczema52
Chapter 11Erysipelas55
Chapter 12Systemic Lupus Erythematosus57
Chapter 13Fungal infection or Tinea of Hands & feet61
Chapter 14Folliculitis63
Chapter 15Furuncle64
Chapter 16Herpes65
Chapter 17Itching68
Chapter 18Leprosy70
Chapter 19Leucoderma or vitiligo71
Chapter 20Lumps, Knots, fibromas or abcess72
Chapter 21Lymphangitis80
Chapter 22Malignancy82
Chapter 23Mumps84
Chapter 24Neurodermatitis (Thick & hard skin)85
Chapter 25Poisoning of skin87
Chapter 26Pruritis & spot of skin88
Chapter 27Psoriasis90
Chapter 28Primary Thrombocytopenic Purpura92
Chapter 29Rashes94
Chapter 30Raynaud's diseases or scleroderma or chilblain95
Chapter 31Recurrent aptha97
Chapter 32Septicemia99
Chapter 33Skin allergies100
Chapter 34Stye & other eye skin diseases102
Chapter 35Sores and Sore Toxins105
Chapter 36Heat diseases or Sha infections causing spots on skin110
Chapter 37Ulcer112
Chapter 38Urticaria113
Chapter 39Varicose veins121
Chapter 40Warts122
Chapter 41Deficient Wounds Healings & ulcers on upper or lower extremity123
Chapter 42Diagnosis & treatment of skin diseases124
Chapter 43Constitutional treatment of skin diseases126
Section - II
Psychosomatic Diseases
Chapter 1Psychiatry134
Chapter 2Causes of mental disorders141
Chapter 3Physical & metaphysical147
Chapter 4Two parts of brain153
Chapter 5Mistry of success164
Chapter 6Emotional problems & their Chinese Acupuncture treatment points10
Chapter 7Yin emotions & yang emotions196
Chapter 8Relationship of five elements , Six energies & Twelve internal organs with emotions199
Chapter 9Treatment of mental depression206
Chapter 10Drug addiction231
Chapter 11Agitations234
Chapter 12Anxiety disorders235
Chapter 13Bias237
Chapter 14Destiny239
Chapter 15Ego240
Chapter 16Self Expression and self Assertion Guidelines241
Chapter 17Expressions of Saint Francis250
Chapter 18Fear251
Chapter 19Hysteria Visceral agitations252
Chapter 20Insomnia255
Chapter 21Importance of Love256
Chapter 22Relation of mind, Brain & internal organ258
Chapter 23Mental diseases due to disharmony in heart260
Chapter 24Mania267
Chapter 25Melancholy and apprehension270
Chapter 26Natural work271
Chapter 27Oppressions & Cloudedness272
Chapter 28Neurosthenia273
Chapter 29Person and personality274
Chapter 30हठी एवं जिद्दी की Adrenal ग्रन्थि को भय दिखाने से हठ एवं जिद छूट सकती है275
Chapter 31Phobia276
Chapter 32Psyconeurosis283
Chapter 33Schizophrenia28
Chapter 34Taxation285
Diagrams288

Vol. X




Contents

Chapter 1Laws relating to heart1
Chapter 2Laws of Spleen10
Chapter 3Laws of diagnosis & Treatment of lungs diseases14
Chapter 4Laws of kidneys28
Chapter 5Law of Liver35
Chapter 6Laws of Common cold40
Chapter 7Laws of cough47
Chapter 8Laws of Sore throat64
Chapter 9Laws of Respiration of Breathing67
Chapter 10Laws of Asthma69
Chapter 11Laws of stool83
Chapter 12Laws of Constipation85
Chapter 13Laws of Diarrhoea88
Chapter 14Laws of sleep101
Chapter 15Law of thirst109
Chapter 16Law of Sweating122
Chapter 17Cramps140
Chapter 18Laws of Abdominal Diagnosis144
Chapter 19Laws Relating to Abdominal Pain147
Chapter 20Laws f Flatulance154
Chapter 21Laws of Hiccups157
Chapter 22Laws of Nausea & Vomiting159
Chapter 23Laws of teeth & gums167
Chapter 24Laws of Diabetes171
Chapter 25Laws of Hypoglycemia182
Chapter 26Laws relating to causes & Treatment of Occlusion in different parts of body184
Chapter 27See the eyes & the movements of a patient & diagnose193
Chapter 28Treatment of mental depression202
Chapter 29Dysmenorrhea226
Chapter 30Treatment of Fever243
Chapter 31Laws of Choice of points275
Chapter 32Meridian Charts283

Vol. XI


Contents

Chapter 1Know your heart1
Chapter 2Circulation of blood in the body9
Chapter 3Theory of heart10
Chapter 4Blood Pressure19
Chapter 5Hypertension or high blood pressure23
Chapter 6Treatment of heart diseases by diet control :29
Chapter 7Suggested vitamin supplements for the Patients of heart diseases :39
Chapter 8Hormones & heart disease42
Chapter 9Stature your cells with hyperbaric oxygen through Pranayam :45
Chapter 10Coronary arteries47
Chapter 11Coronary heart disease (CHD) or Coronary artery disease (CAD)59
Chapter 12Cardiac insufficiency may cause angina Pectoris and arrhythmia66
Chapter 13Laws relating to heart72
Chapter 14Functions of hearts81
Chapter 15The heart meridian87
Chapter 16Pericardium Meridian98
Chapter 17EAV heart meridian109
Chapter 18Pericardium116
Chapter 19Patterns of heart diseases120
Chapter 20EAV Circulation Meridian or Pericardium Meridian (Ci meridian)132
Chapter 21Heart attack or myocardial 138
Chapter 22Congestive myocardiosis or Primary myocardiosis 141
Chapter 23Viral myocarditis143
Chapter 24Myocarditis146
Chapter 25Acute myocardial infarction (AMI)147
Chapter 26Angina pectoris152
Chapter 27Reverse angina pectoris156
Chapter 28Cardiac arrest158
Chapter 29Congestive heart failure (CHF)160
Chapter 30Chronic heart failure (CHF)165
Chapter 31Endocarditis167
Chapter 32Pericarditis170
Chapter 33Pacemaker syndrome or sick sinus syndrome or Adams Stroke syndrome172
Chapter 34Shock177
Chapter 35Low blood pressure181
Chapter 36Portal hypertension186
Chapter 37Cardiac arrhythmia187
Chapter 38Tachycardia193
Chapter 39Treatment of arteries in EAV198
Chapter 40Pulmonary heart disease205
Chapter 41Pulmonary encephalopathy causing respiration & cardiac failure209
Chapter 42Pulmonary hypertension (cor pulmonale )213
Chapter 43Hole in heart or Ventricular septal defect215
Chapter 44Rheumatic heart disease (RHD)217
Chapter 45Rheumatic Fever218
Chapter 46Heart block219
Chapter 47Fatty heart or cardiomegaly220
Chapter 48Stress causes heart diseases221
Chapter 49Exercise benefits the cardiovascular system224
Chapter 50High Cholestrol level227
Chapter 51Abnormalities in heart valves231
Chapter 52Biliary heart syndrome or hypochondriac pain or precordial Pain236
Chapter 53Varicose veins238
Chapter 54Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)240
Chapter 55Phlebitis242
Chapter 56Buerger's disease : Thromboangitis obliterans244
Chapter 57Chest Troubles250
Chapter 58Restlessness252
Chapter 59Cardiac neurosis253
Chapter 60Cyanosis (bluish tint) of lips & nails254
Chapter 61Nightmares255
Chapter 62Irritation256
Chapter 63Sadness257
Chapter 64Laughter & Crying258
Chapter 65Nerve supply to heart259
Chapter 66Dreams a means of diagnosis260
Chapter 67Emotional treatment points of heart & pericardium263
Chapter 68General heart disease269
Chapter 69Electrocardiogram ECG275
Chapter 70Stress test or tread mill test276
Chapter 71Echocardiogram or cardiac ultrasound277
Chapter 72Prevent heart disease279
Abbreviations and their meaning280

Vol. XII


Contents

Chapter 1The respiratory system1
Chapter 2Know your lungs5
Chapter 3Defence mechanism of lungs10
Chapter 4Effect of aging on the respiratory system12
Chapter 5Symptoms of lungs diseases13
Chapter 6Diagnosis of lungs diseases21
Chapter 7Cough diagnosis26
Chapter 8Laws of cough29
Chapter 9Wheezing diagnosis46
Chapter 10Chest pain dignosis47
Chapter 11Shortness of breath diagnosis49
Chapter 12Laws of respiration or breathing52
Chapter 13Laws of diagnosis & treatment of asthama54
Chapter 14EAV lungs meridian (Lu meridian)68
Chapter 15EAV treatment points for different parts of lungs77
Chapter 16Chinese lungs meridian82
Chapter 17Treatment of diseases of pharynx95
Chapter 18Laws of Sore Thorat98
Chapter 19EAV treatment of larynx101
Chapter 20Laryngitis103
Chapter 21TCM treatment of lungs patterns of disease106
Chapter 22TCM treatment of all types of lungs disease121
Chapter 23Laws of diagnosis & treatment of common cold131
Chapter 24Laws of treatment of lungs138
Chapter 25Bronchitis147
Chapter 26Pneumonia150
Chapter 27Bronchial asthama154
Chapter 28Tubercular pleuritis157
Chapter 29Lungs abscess162
Chapter 30Lung cancer167
Chapter 31Tuberculosis173
Chapter 32Respiratory & cardiac failure of pulmonary encephalspathy183
Chapter 33Pulmonary hypertension (cor pulmonale)187
Chapter 34Pulmonary heart disease189
Chapter 35Inverted cup syndrome193
Chapter 36TCM treatment of wheezing & dyspnea194
Chapter 37Pneumoconiosis197

Vol. XIII


Contents

Chapter 1Urinary System1
Chapter 2Know your kindly2
Chapter 3Know your ureters, Bladder & urethra6
Chapter 4Effect of ageing on urinary system8
Chapter 5Functions of kidneys9
Chapter 6Formation of Urine11
Chapter 7Diagnosis of kindly & Urinary disorders13
Chapter 8Diagnosis of Urinary tract disease by urine17
Chapter 9Symptoms of kidney & Urinary tract disorders20
Chapter 10Urogenital symptoms help diagnose Kidney & urinary disease26
Chapter 11Polyuria30
Chapter 12Oliguria & anuria32
Chapter 13Urinary stoppage Shan36
Chapter 14Hematuria (blood in Urine)38
Chapter 15Blood in urine & stool42
Chapter 16Nocturia43
Chapter 17Urinary obstruction45
Chapter 18Strangury & turbidity47
Chapter 19Urethral Stricture51
Chapter 20Dribbling urination, retention of urine53
Chapter 21Incontinence of urine56
Chapter 22Bed wetting61
Chapter 23See the leakages with Urine & treat the urinary diseases65
Chapter 24TCM protocols for treatment of kindly diseases69
Chapter 25TCM protocols for treatment of urinary bladder diseases95
Chapter 26EAV kindly meridian ( K meridian)106
Chapter 27TCM urinary bladder meridian (UB meridian)123
Chapter 28EAV treatment points for different parts of kidney153
Chapter 29EAV treatment points for different parts of urinary bladder156
Chapter 30Laws of treatment of kidney disease160
Chapter 31Laws of Treatment of urinary bladder disease168
Chapter 32Kidney & urinary Bladder disorders cause lower back disorders171
Chapter 33Hydronephrosis177
Chapter 34Urinary tract infection (UTI)181
Chapter 35Kidney cysts186
Chapter 36Urinary tract stones189
Chapter 37Nephropyelitis199
Chapter 38Nephritis202
Chapter 39Nephrotic syndrome206
Chapter 40Kidney Failure or renal failure216
Chapter 41Dialysis226
Chapter 42Urenia229
Chapter 43Hypertrophy of prostate gland230
Chapter 44Chyluria237
Chapter 45Filarial elephantiasis238
Chapter 46Schistosomiasis239
Chapter 47Spermatorrhoea240
Chapter 48Running piglet syndrome243
Chapter 49Some Important treatment formulae for urinary tract diseases244
Chapter 50Most active points for the treatment of urinary tract organs245

Vol. XIV


Contents

Chapter 1How you see ?1
Chapter 2Know your eyes ?2
Chapter 3Protective features of eyes12
Chapter 4Effects of ageing on eyes14
Chapter 5Symptoms of Eye disorders17
Chapter 6Diagnosis of disorders of eyes24
Chapter 7Diagnosis of the eye disease by symptoms29
Chapter 8Warning symptoms of Eyes32
Chapter 9Principles of treatment of eye diseases by Acupressure33
Chapter 10Patterns of eye diseases35
Chapter 11Who should care your eye ?49
Chapter 12Spectacles & Contact of lenses50
Chapter 13Affected part of the eye and related internal organ54
Chapter 14See the eyes & diagnosis56
Chapter 15Protocol for the treatment of eye according to Dr. Voll64
Chapter 16Two primary causes of blindness93
Chapter 17Parts of eyes & their energetic relations with internal organs teeth and their treatment94
Chapter 18Cornea Transplants104
Chapter 19Focussing Problems105
Chapter 20Laws of choroid107
Chapter 21Laws of ciliary body108
Chapter 22Laws of conjunctiva110
Chapter 23Laws of cornea111
Chapter 24Laws of eyelids112
Chapter 25Laws of iris115
Chapter 26Laws of lens116
Chapter 27Laws of macula118
Chapter 28Laws of optic nerves119
Chapter 29Laws of pupil120
Chapter 30Laws of retina121
Chapter 31Laws of sclera122
Chapter 32Laws of tear glands125
Chapter 33Laws of viterous body126
Chapter 34Astigmatism128
Chapter 35Blepharitis129
Chapter 36cataract131
Chapter 37central retimitis141
Chapter 38Central retinal arterial occlusion142
Chapter 39Clear eye blindness143
Chapter 40Chalazions144
Chapter 41Conjunctivitis145
Chapter 42Corneal ulcer152
Chapter 43Diseases of cornea153
Chapter 44Computers, television and eye strain155
Chapter 45Clouded or blurred vision156
Chapter 46Crossed eyes or strabismus157
Chapter 47Diabetic retinopathy159
Chapter 48Double vision (Diplopia)161
Chapter 49Dry Eyes163
Chapter 50Ectropion165
Chapter 51Eyelash hair irritating the eyelids166
Chapter 52Eye screen167
Chapter 53Eye pain169
Chapter 54Entropain170
Chapter 55Farsightedness171
Chapter 56Exophthalmos172
Chapter 57Glaucoma174
Chapter 58Ischaemic optic neuropathy181
Chapter 59Itching of eyes182
Chapter 60Ophthalmoplegia182
Chapter 61Near sightedness183
Chapter 62Night blindness185
Chapter 63Optic neuritis19
Chapter 64Pathological change of optic nerve191
Chapter 65Presbyopia196
Chapter 66Pterigium197
Chapter 67Red eyes198
Chapter 68Scleritis199
Chapter 69Styes200
Chapter 70Swollen & distended eyes201
Chapter 71Subconjunctival hamorrhage202
Chapter 72Sudden impairment of vision203
Chapter 73Tearing eyes204
Chapter 74Trachoma206
Chapter 75Uveitis208
Chapter 76Ulcer on eyelid210
Chapter 77Xanthelasmas211
Chapter 78Some important treatment Protocols for the diseases of eyes212
Chapter 79Glossary219

Vol. XV


Contents

Chapter 1How to Digest?1
Chapter 2Digestive system3
Chapter 3Nutrition & Metabolism10
Chapter 4Laws of Treatment of lips12
Chapter 5Law of Treatment of Mouth17
Chapter 6Salivery glands23
Chapter 7Esophagus27
Chapter 8Esophageal Constriction31
Chapter 9Law of Stomach41
Chapter 10Laws of Small intestine50
Chapter 11Laws of large intestine55
Chapter 12Laws of gall Bladder62
Chapter 13Laws of Liver66
Chapter 14Laws of Pancreas72
Chapter 15Laws of spleen80
Chapter 16Pattern of diseases of gastro Intestinal tract85
Chapter 17Travelling of the gastro intestinal tract94
Chapter 18law of abdominal diagnosis107
Chapter 19Laws of gastralgia110
Chapter 20Laws of abdominal Pain112
Chapter 21Laws relating to location of abdominal pain117
Chapter 22Laws of hiccough124
Chapter 23Laws of stool126
Chapter 24Laws of constipation128
Chapter 25Laws of diarrhoea131
Chapter 26Laws of Flatulance144
Chapter 27Laws of belching147
Chapter 28Laws of nausea & vomiting149
Chapter 29Laws of thirst157
Chapter 30Atrophic gastritis170
Chapter 31Peptic ulcer174
Chapter 32Cholera180
Chapter 33Cholera Sicca190
Chapter 34Gastroptosis192
Chapter 35Stomach cancer193
Chapter 36Infantile malnutrition198
Chapter 37Treatment of Intestinal diseases200
Chapter 38Celiac disease204
Chapter 39Malabsorption206
Chapter 40Diverticulosis and diverticulities208
Chapter 41Food Poisoning212
Chapter 42Inflammatory Bowel Diseases216
Chapter 43Appendicites220
Chapter 44Acute intestinal obstruction223
Chapter 45Irritable bowel syndrome233
Chapter 46Chronic ulcerative colitis235
Chapter 47Anal itching239
Chapter 48Proctitis240
Chapter 49Anal Fissure241
Chapter 50Anorectal fistula242
Chapter 51Hemorrhoids243
Chapter 52Anal prolapse253
Chapter 53Rectal prolapse254
Chapter 54Senile constipation255
Chapter 55Aplastic anemia257
Chapter 56Liver cirrhosis with ascites265
Chapter 57Hepatitis271
Chapter 58Jaundice274
Chapter 59Gall stones282
Chapter 60Peritoneal adhesion290
Chapter 61Typhoid fever292
Chapter 62Leukopenia294
Chapter 63Preventive treatment in acupuncture296
Chapter 64Some important treatment protocols297

Vol. XVI



Contents

Chapter 1Allopathic system Vis a Vis Tradional Chinese medicine1
Chapter 2Fundamental of Qi Mechanism3
Chapter 3Laws of relating to stagnations of Qi10
Chapter 4Laws Relating to Contravection of Qi or Rebelious Qi19
Chapter 5Comparison of symptoms of deficiency of yin and deficiency of Yang38
Chapter 6Laws of yin44
Chapter 7Laws of yang52
Chapter 8Yang related Diseases & their Treatments58
Chapter 9Relationship of yin Organs79
Chapter 10Deficiency Blood91
Chapter 11Heat and blood107
Chapter 12Bleeding due to deficiency of yin123
Chapter 13Laws Relating to stasis of blood124
Chapter 14Phlegm133
Chapter 15Hot diseases158
Chapter 16Cold diseases163
Chapter 17Attack of Internal wind166
Chapter 18Attack of humidity on Urinary Bladder causes U.T.I.177
Chapter 19Attack of Dampness on Spleen183
Chapter 20Causes of Diseases187
Chapter 21Laws of diagnosis & Treatment of the different levels of diseases207
Chapter 22Principle of Treatment226
Chapter 23How to prepare treatment formulae ?251
Chapter 24Treatments of injuries by Acupressure264
Chapter 25Meridian Charts290

Vol. XVII



Contents

Section - I
Emergency Diseases
Chapter 1First Aid2
Chapter 2Drowning5
Chapter 3Sunstroke10
Chapter 4Fainting or syncope15
Chapter 5Shock22
Chapter 6Coma and Stupor26
Chapter 7Hysteria40
Chapter 8Epileptic Seizures43
Chapter 9Infantile Convulsions58
Chapter 10Convulsions64
Chapter 11Windstroke66
Chapter 12Vertigo & Dizziness82
Chapter 13Uterine Hemorrhage89
Section -II
Infectious Diseases
Chapter 1Epidemic Hemorrhagic Fever97
Chapter 2Fever of Unknown Origin104
Chapter 3Malaria117
Chapter 4Dysentry82
Chapter 5Skin Abscess89
Chapter 6Breast Abscess or Mastitis97
Chapter 7Mumps or Contagious Parotitis136
Chapter 8Uterus Fibroid138
Chapter 9Leprosy146
Chapter 10Frostbite150
Chapter 11Infantile Paralysis or polio152
Chapter 12Myasthenia Gravis158
Chapter 13Leukorrhea164
Chapter 14Systematic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)171
Chapter 15Acute Infectious Paralysis (Neuropathy)178
Section - III
Some General Diseases
Chapter 1Headache184
Chapter 2Migraine Headaches194
Chapter 3Brachial Plexus Neuritis197
Chapter 4Cervical Spondylosis201
Chapter 5Melancholia205
Chapter 6Impotency212
Chapter 7Nocturnal Emissions223
Chapter 8Sexual Dysfunction In Men226
Chapter 9Toothache & Bleeding Gums232
Chapter 10Meridian Charts237

Vol. XVIII










Contents

Part -I
Tongue Diagnosis
Chapter 1Examination of Tongue1
Chapter 2Normal tongue3
Chapter 3How to Examine the Tongue4
Chapter 4Table of Aspects of Tongue Diagnosis9
Chapter 5Correspondence of Internal Organs on Tongue12
Chapter 6Eight Guiding Principles of Tongue Diagnosis15
Chapter 7Summary to Tongue Diagnosis of the disease Pattern according to eight Principles33
Chapter 8Qi deficiency tongue diagnosis34
Chapter 9Yang deficiency tongue diagnosis35
Chapter 10Tongue Diagnosis in blood deficiency36
Chapter 11Yin deficiency tongue diagnosis37
Chapter 12Tongue symptoms in internal excess conditions39
Chapter 13Tongue body colour41
Chapter 14Summary to Tongue body colour64
Chapter 15Tongue shape77
Chapter 16Slift Tongue81
Chapter 17Flaccid Tongue82
Chapter 18Long tongue83
Chapter 19Short tongue84
Chapter 20Cracked tongue85
Chapter 21Loose tongue89
Chapter 22Deviated tongue90
Chapter 23Rolled tongue91
Chapter 24Numb tongue93
Chapter 25Excess or Slow moving tongue94
Chapter 26Quivering tongue95
Chapter 27Teeth marked tongue96
Chapter 28Sore Covered tongue97
Chapter 29Summary of tongue Shape98
Chapter 30Tongue coating108
Chapter 31Multiple tongue coating colour112
Chapter 32Tongue coating moisture114
Chapter 33Coating distribution116
Chapter 34Types of Tongue coating and its diagnosis117
Chapter 35Tongue coating120
Chapter 36tongue diagnosis in clinic121
Chapter 37Dangerous tongue127
Chapter 38Tongue diagnosis in children129
Chapter 39Five aspects of prognosis based on tongue131
Chapter 40Imbalance between left and right side of tongue134
Chapter 41Imbalance between tip and root of tongue135
Chapter 42Tongue and pulse diagnosis integration136
Chapter 43Difference between heat and fire137
Chapter 44Tonifying the Qi versus eliminating the pathogenic factors139
Chapter 45Treatment of blood by Acupressure140
Chapter 46Treatment of skin diseases by tongue Diagnosis142
Chapter 47Some important hints about tongue diagnosis143
Chapter 48Identification of pattern of diseases144
Chapter 49Identification of pattern according to four levels:145
Chapter 50Identification if diseases according to six stages by tongue diagnosis155
Chapter 51Identification of pattern according to the three warmers by tongue diagnosis166
Part -II
Tongue Pictures
1.Triple warmer tongue correspondence175
2.Organ correspondence175
3.Organ correspondence175
4.Organ correspondence176
5.Interior correspondence176
6.Exterior correspondence176
7.Half interior, half exterior conditions177
8.Interior correspondence177
9.White on tip, gray on root177
10.Purple spots on sides indicating heart yang deficiency178
11.Purple spots of blood stasis178
12.Red points on the sides178
13.Red points on the sides towards central area179
14.Bluish purple central surface179
15.Swollen edges more in middle section179
16.Swollen sides180
17.Swollen along a central crack180
18.Swollen on half of the tongue180
19.Localised swelling on one side181
20.Swollen on half tongue surface181
21.Hammer shaped tongue181
22.Long horizontal cracks182
23.Short horizontal cracks182
24.Cracks like ice floes182
25.Short irregular. cracks182
26.Short irregular cracks182
27.Short irregular cracks183
28.Transverse cracks on sides184
29.Vertical cracks in the centre184
30.Long vertical crack in the centre184
31.Transverse cracks behind tip185
32.Deep central crack with other small crakcs185
33.Deviated tongue186
34.Deviated tongue186
35.Under rolled tongue186
36.Over rolled tongue186
37.Teeth marked tongue187
38.Interior condition of the body187
39.Exterior condition of the body187
40.Normal tongue has a thin white coating with root188
41.The coating starts to become roottless int he centre indicating188
Stomach Qi deficiency
42.Coating becomes rootless all over, indicating more serious stomach Qi deficiency 188
43.Centre becomes peeled and remaining tongue has a rootless coating indicating stomach yin deficiency 189
44.Centre becomes red, remaining tongue has a rootless coating indicating stomach yin deficiency causing empty heat.189
45.Tongue becomes peeled all over indicates more severe stomach yin deficiency.189
46.Tongue becomes peeled all over with a stomach crack indicates. severe stomach yin deficiency.190
47.Tongue is peeled all over and is red indicates both stomach and kidney yin deficiency causing empty heat.190
48.Tongue is peeled all over and is red with a stomach crack, indicates both stomach and kidney yin deficiency.190
49.If a coating first appear on the first part indicates external attack subsequently coating moves to the centre indicates pathogenic factor going in the interior.191
50.If a coating first appears on the outside of the tongue indicates an external attack subsequently coating moves to the centre indicates pathogenic factor going in the interior.191
Part-III
Tongue Pictures
Case histories from 1 to 54195
Photos 1 to 56267
Glossary275

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Contents

Chapter 1Abdominal Masses1
Chapter 2Atrophy syndrome12
Chapter 3Parkinson's Disease24
Chapter 4Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)33
Chapter 5Multiple Sclerosis49
Chapter 6Nephritis53
Chapter 7Erysipealas67
Chapter 8Gall Bladder Stones71
Chapter 9Painful Urination Syndrome75
Chapter 10Blood in Urine92
Chapter 11Insomnia98
Chapter 12Somnolence112
Chapter 13Poor memory116
Chapter 14Diarhhea120
Chapter 15Constipation130
Chapter 16Abdominal pain144
Chapter 17Epigastric Pain159
Chapter 18Vomiting182
Chapter 19Tinnitus195
Chapter 20Edema204
Chapter 21Chest Painful occlusion Syndrome213
Chapter 22Eczema228
Chapter 23Hemorrhoid235
Chapter 24Sudden Deafness239
Chapter 25Urticaria242
Chapter 26Acne Vulgaris247
Chapter 27Tiredness250
Chapter 28Meridian Charts299

Vol. XX







Contents

Chapter 1Infertility1
Chapter 2Abortion10
Chapter 3Menorrhagia & Metrorhagia - Excessive Periods & Flooding19
Chapter 4Dysmenorrhea36
Chapter 5Premenstrual Syndromes50
Chapter 6Abnormal Vaginal Discharge61
Chapter 7Abnormal Menstruation71
Chapter 8a. Liver Qi stagnations may cause irregular menstruation, Sometimes early and sometimes delayed.89
b. Stasis of blood causes prolonged menstruation.
Chapter 9Anovulatory functional Uterine bleeding103
Chapter 10Angina Pectoris116
Chapter 11Palpitation of heart130
Chapter 12Bleeding158
Chapter 13Bleeding gums168
Chapter 14Bleeding under the Skin172
Chapter 15Blood in Stool177
Chapter 16Coughing blood181
Chapter 17Incontinence of urine185
Chapter 18Headache195
Chapter 19Sinusitis246
Chapter 20Allergic Rhinitis255
Chapter 21Breathlessness265
Chapter 22Wheezing292
Chapter 23Cough305
Chapter 24Hypochondrial Pain332
Chapter 25Lower Backache341
Chapter 26Chronic pelvic inflammation354
Chapter 27Flaccidity363
Chapter 28Dizziness & Vertigo370
Chapter 29Senile Dementia386
Chapter 30Anorexia390
Chapter 31Dysentery395
Chapter 32Profuse Sweating411
Chapter 33Diabetes422

Vol. XXI



Vol. XXII



Contents

Part - I
Extremities
1.Fingers1
2.Hand4
3.Wrist.7
4Forearm9
5.Elbow11-12
6.Upper Arm13-14
7.Shoulder and Scapula15-18
8.Axilla19
9.Foot20-24
10.Ankle25
11.Lower Leg26-27
12.Knee28-30
13.HipJoint31
14.Thigh32
15.Srructure of Foot33
16.Law of Extremities34-36
17.Sleeping Hand or Arm37
18.SIeeping Foor or Leg38
19.Hypertonia of Extremitis39
20.Raynaud's Disease40-41
21.Restless Legs Syndrome42
22.Peripheral Neuritis43
23.Heavy Legs, Sluggish Circulation44
24.Trigger Finger or Snap Figner45-46
25.Tennis Elbow47-48
26.Carpal Tunnel Syndrome49
27.Dupnytren's Contracture50
28.Ganglion51
29.Radio Ulna Joint Sprain52
30.De Quervain's Syndrome53
31.Gamekeeper's Thumb54
32.Cubital Tunnel Syndrome55
33.Planter Fascilitis (Strained Arch of Foot)56
34.Pain in the Ball of Foot (Metatarsalgia)57
35.Heel Spur Pain58
36.Bursitis in the Heel59
37.Achilles Tendonitis60
38.Morton's Neuroma or Morton's Neuralgia61
39.Morton's ToeT62
40.Ingrown Toe Nails63
41.Fungal Infection of Nails64
42.Athlete's Foot65
43.Swollen Legs66-67
44.Shin Splints68
45.Hamstring Injuries69
46.Strengthening the Hamstrings70
47.Strengthening the Shin Muscles71
48.Flat Feet72
49.Groin Injury72
50.Sprain in the Foot73
51.Foot Ulcer74
52.Paronychia75
53.Bunions and Hallux Valgus76
54.Corns77
55.Burning Feet78
56.Baker's Cysts79
57.Mallet Finger or Hammer Finger80
58.Radial Tunnel Syndrome81
59.Tennis Shoulder82-83
Part -II
Aches and Pains in the Body
1.Headache86
2.Eye87-88
3.Face area Pains89-90
4.Throat91
5.Neck92
6.Cervical Spondilitis or Spondilosis93-94
7.Back Pain95
8.Lumbar Region96
9.Coccyx Painful and Injured97
10.Chest Pain98-100
11.Intercoast Neuralgia101
12.Abdomen102
13.Rheumatic Arthritis103-106
14.Rheumatoid Arthritis107 -111
15.Gout and Pain in Big Toe112-115
16.Occlusion and Bi Syndromes116-117
17.Sprain118-120
18.Sports and Industrial Injuries121-127
19.Muscle Cramps128-129
20.Spasm130-132
21.Fibromyalgia133-134
22.Orchitis or Epididmytis135
23.Rickets136-137
24.Rheumatism138-139
25.Paget's Disease of Bone140-141
26.Runner's Knee142-143
27.Popliteous Tendonitis144
28.Scleroderma145-146
29.Tetany147-152
30.Disorders of Peripheral Circulation153
31.Painful Menstruation and Dysmenorrhea154-155
32.Urinary Problems156
33.Stiff Persons Syndromes157
34.Cellulitis158
35.Bruising and Abrasions159
36.Post Operative Pain160
37.Jet Lag161
38.Pesticide Poisoning162
39.Beauty Treatments163
40.Buerger's Disease164
41.Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome165
42.Whiplash Injury166
43.Stiff Neck167
44.Performance in Sports168
45.Stress Related to Sports168
Byol Charts169-174
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