Herbal Prescriptions for Signs and Symptoms: GMP Herbal Formulations for Treating Clinical Manifestations of Diseases


Sun-Chong Wang, PhD – Department of Biomedical Sciences and Engineering, National Central University, Taoyuan, Taiwan

Series: Herbs and Herbalism; Natural Products and Therapeutics
BISAC: MED004000; HEA011000; MED076000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/PNQX5883

This book is intended for those who seek to improve suboptimal health, practice preventive healthcare, and pursue personalized medicine using cGMP herbal products. Suboptimal health refers to conditions such as being overweight or experiencing fatigue, which may precede or underlie a disease but are otherwise normal. In East Asia, cGMP herbal products have long been used as medicines to address patterns of pathology, including suboptimal health, in addition to the vitamin and mineral supplements recommended by modern Western medicine. In the United States, the same cGMP herbal products are available and labeled as dietary supplements. By using herbal products to treat suboptimal health conditions, we can prevent the development of diseases and save significant costs to individuals and society.

Table of Contents



Part I. Signs and Symptoms to Herbs

Chapter 1. Pain

Chapter 2. Sensation Disorders

Chapter 3. Signs and Symptoms, Respiratory

Chapter 4. Signs and Symptoms, Digestive

Chapter 5. Dyskinesias

Chapter 6. Metabolic Diseases

Chapter 7. Skin Manifestations

Chapter 8. Hemorrhage

Chapter 9. Urological Manifestations

Chapter 10. Paralysis and Paresis

Chapter 11. Body Weight

Chapter 12. Delirium, Dementia, Amnestic, Cognitive Disorders

Chapter 13. Sleep Wake Disorders

Chapter 14. Perceptual Disorders

Chapter 15. Neuromuscular Diseases

Chapter 16. Immune System Diseases

Chapter 17. Other Signs and Symptoms

Part II. From Herbs to Signs and Symptoms

Chapter 18. Individual Formulas and Herbs

Appendix: Herbal Prescriptions by Multilingual Neural Machine Translation


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