- Ancient Way: Chinese Herbs
Offers a selection of Chinese herbs and teas, as well as consultations from a licensed practitioner of Chinese Medicine, an online clinic of Chinese herbal medicine and nutritional therapy. Includes essays and information on a variety of topics concerning acupuncture, herbs, Qi Gong, and Taoism.
- Planet Herbs
Dr. Michael Tierra's planetary herbology, Chinese medicine, acupuncture, alternative medicine website and forums. Courses, seminars, East-West clinic, rare books, articles, supplies, links to other integrated medical sites.
- Chinese Medicine and Cancer
Article by Richard Walters. Describes Chinese medicine's role in the treatment of cancer presenting its foundation, how it works, evidence of its effectiveness and what one can expect during treatment. Focuses on the "the huge pharmacopia" of Chinese herbal medicine and the scientific basis for the role it can provide in collaboration with conventional cancer chemotherapy.
- Phytotherapy Aids in Benzodiazepine Withdrawal
Herb Research Foundation article describes results of study showing the use of herbs which aided the symptoms of pharmaceutical drug withdrawal such as irritability, insomnia, gastrointestinal disturbance and headache while relieving anxiety, panic and depression. Among the herbs were the Chinese medicinal herbs, Wu Wei Zi, (Schizandra) and Huang Qin (Scutellaria).
- ITM Online Institute for Traditional Medicine
A research, education, and information center for Chinese, Oriental, Tibetan, and Aruyvedic medicines. ITM emphasizes traditional Chinese medicine's use of Chinese Herbal Medicine in the prevention and treatment of illness as well as supporting fundamental well being. National practitioner referrals available.
- Herb Research Foundation
Dedicated to researching and providing scientific and proven information on the safety and health benefits of botanicals throughout the world from multiple medical traditions, particularly Chinese herbal medicine.
- Amato Reishi & Kyotan Group
Lecture: Status of Ganoderma Lucidum in United States: Ganoderma Lucidum as an Anti-inflammatory Agent given by William B. Stavinoha, a University of Texas researcher presents investigations into the anti-inflammatory properties of Reishi, in the treatment of Alzheimer's Disease. Anti-inflammatory agents are known to halt or diminish the progress of the disease. Scientific and medical research references given. Links to articles on the use of Reishi in cancer and HIV.