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A handbook of Tibetan medicinal plants

Tsering Dorjee Dekhang

A handbook of Tibetan medicinal plants

by Tsering Dorjee Dekhang

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Published by Tibetan Medical & Astro Institute in Dharamsala .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTsering Dorjee Dekhang ; foreword by H.H. The Dalai Lama.
ContributionsBod Gźuṅ Dbus Sman-rtsis-khaṅ (Dharmsāla, India)
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 237 :
Number of Pages237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22529835M
ISBN 108186419551
LC Control Number2008308185
OCLC/WorldCa247965578

About the book: The book is a botanical painting of medicinal plants that illustrates medicinal plants. It shows Tibetan names, its synonym for correct identification, botanical names, and classification of Materia Medica, additional characteristics and its morphology. colour pictures (on pages) off all Tibetan materia medica including over plant photos subtitled with Tibetan and scientific names. - Tibetan Medicinal Plants. Tsewang g. Tibetan Medical Publications, Kalimpong WB, , ISBN (18xcm, soft cover).

A Handbook of Medicinal Plants by Arun K. Sharma and S.S. Purohit and Narayan Das Prajapati. A Handbook of Medicinal Plants (A Complete Source Book), is the first book of its kind. The book describes more than medicinal plants found in the world. The book includes vernacular names, description, distribution, part use, utilization, active principles, agronomic practices and colour plates.   Tibetan Medicinal Plants provides you a detailed analysis of how Tibetan plants are used in this centuries old system. The book opens with a summary of Tibetan medicine and covers the various habitats in which the plants are found. The main part of this volume encompasses 60 monographs listed by the Tibetan plant name.

There are about , hectares of pine forest in Tibet. Two species, Tibetan longleaf pine and Tibetan lacebark pine, are included in the listing of tree species under state protection. Many plants in Tibet have medicinal value. There are more than 1, wild plants used for medicine, of which are medicinal herbs most often used. From the Jacket The traditional medicine of Tibet, still popular among the local inhabitants and those of the border regions of the neighbouring countries, is a conglomeration of science, art, philosophy and religion, one closely depending upon the other. It has its own concepts of composition of the universe and body, physiology, pharmacology and pathology.


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practitioner of to-day bases his work. The greater part of the book is devoted to the cyclopaedic dictionary of medicinal and other herbs, with their natural order, botanical and common names and synonyms, their habitats, distinctive features, the parts employed and the therapeutic properties, with uses and Size: KB.A Practical, Authoritative CompendiumThis handbook catalogs species of herbs having medicinal or folk medicinal uses, presenting whatever useful information has been documented on their toxicity and utility in humans and ani-mals.

Plants from all over the world - from common cultivars to rare species - are included in these pages. The toxicity of these species varies, but the safety of.Lavishly illustrated book which contains detailed descriptions of the physical structures, colours, tastes, efficacies and habitats of different Tibetan medicinal herbs.

It is supplemented with features of the modern methodology employed and a general description of the identification of herbal plants, the times and seasons for picking them.