REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

Herbs & Aromatherapy for the Reproductive System

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Herbs & Aromatherapy for the Reproductive System

Well-known in the herbal and aromatherapy fields, Jeanne Rose is introducing a new series of books, "The Jeanne Rose Earth Medicine Books". The first is Herbs & Aromatherapy for the Reproductive System.

Because of the narrowed scope of this book, specifically targeting the reproductive systems of both male and female, Jeanne is able to go into depth with both basic anatomy, its functions, common problems, and common herbal and aromatherapy approaches to health and healing.

Leptin and Reproduction

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Leptin, a hormone secreted from adipose tissue, plays an important role in reproductive physiology. It has been shown to stimulate the reproductive system by rescuing the sterility of leptin-defi...

Aromatherapy and the Treatment of the Reproductive System

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The use of aromas for medicinal, spiritual and magical purposes can be traced at least as far back as the ancient Egyptians in 3,000 B.C., and perhaps even farther back to 5,000 B.C. as indicated by the Tassili cave paintings representing women wearing fragrant flower garlands. There still survives today much information on early treatment of many ailments, including ailments of the reproductive system such as infections and problems with menstruation, childbirth and pregnancy. Pliny, author of the 1st Century A.D..

CLASSICAL CHINESE MEDICINE: PART III; Reproductive System Energetics; Ob/Gyn & Fertility Disorders

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CLASSICAL CHINESE MEDICINE: PART III; Reproductive System Energetics; Ob/Gyn & Fertility Disorders

In an attempt to provide a comprehensive view of this subject and to open communication in the medical field at large, the aspects under consideration here shall be both the reproductive energetics common to classical Chinese medicine (particularly the contemporary European refinement and its methods of diagnosis, description, and treatment) and wherever possible, a comparison to Western gynecological methods of diagnosis, description, and treatment.

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