Tongue Diagnosis: Visible Responses to Pathology

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USD $125.00

Reviews are glowing for best-selling author, Ann Cecil-Sterman’s third book, Tongue Diagnosis. Invaluable for telemedicine and for in-office diagnosis, with step-by-step protocols and hundreds of photos, the principles of internal health are clearly explained leaving no need for memorizing tongue appearances. In beautiful full color, hard cover.

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The first book of its kind, Tongue Diagnosis includes discussions and analysis of tongue shape, length, moisture, texture, color, coverage, coat, spots, froth, lines, cracks, thorns, eruptions, hollows, trapped heat, pulse vectors, sublingual veins, and organ function, all as described on the tongue. Much of this material appears in print for the first time including discussion of tongue diagnostics for all the channels of acupuncture, including Primary channels and the complement channels: the Eight Extraordinary, Divergent, Luo, and Sinew meridians. Throughout the theory, case studies, and frequently asked questions, there are methodical protocols that can deeply inform everyone’s practice, from beginners to advanced practitioners, and of particular use not only to acupuncturists and herbalists but dietary practitioners, and beyond. The book includes the practice of correlating tongue indicators with advanced dietetics. Ann Cecil-Sterman is an acupuncturist clinician, teacher, and author of the widely acclaimed books, Advanced Acupuncture and The Art of Pulse Diagnosis.  

Tongue Diagnosis contains 306 photographs and 96 diagrams. Designed and illustrated by Cody Dodo. Foreword by Dr. Hung Tran.

Printed in the USA, London, or Melbourne. Hard Cover, 202 pages.

1 review for Tongue Diagnosis: Visible Responses to Pathology

  1. Ada Sobieszczuk (verified owner)

    I got your tongue book in the post earlier this week.
    It’s incredible. Love the bullseye clarity and simplicity. (And I’m always amazed how it’s the same system but explaining something else)
    My son and I were looking through it before bed, he was intrigued, and he was asking me about his tongue. He even brought his little tongue up to the lamp light so I could see properly. It was great.
    I love the timeline!
    I totally understand what you mean by the book not needing photos. Definitely stands true. But I’m so glad they are in there to know we are on the same page when it comes to what we are seeing.
    Thank you for pulling this magnificent work together and sending it out to us.

    Ada Sobieszczuk
    Classical Acupuncturist
    New Zealand

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