Winner – 2011 USA Best Book Award1st Runner Up – 2011 Eric Hoffer AwardEditor's Choice – 2011 IP's Highlighted Title AwardEditor's Choice – 2011 IP's Living Now Award
Healing with herbs has long been a tradition in the martial arts. Most martial artists are aware of this legacy; few are fortunate to study with teachers who understand and can teach the traditional Chinese formulas. The rest of us pick up what we can, whereever we can. This book is for the rest of us. Western Herbs for Martial Artists and Contact Athletes explores herbs that are readily available in the West. Sixty-four herbs common to Europe and North America are considered. Each herb is examined for its effectiveness, safety, and how to specifically use it to enhance martial arts and contact sports training. Readers will be able to choose an herb to meet a specific need, understand how to purchase it, prepare it, and use it safely. This book will be an asset for your library, don't put it on the bottom shelf, because you will refer to it often.
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Susan Lynn Peterson Ph.D. holds a 5th degree black belt in Shuri-ryu karate, author of five books, including two martial arts, and an award winning theology text. She is a contributing writer to martial arts magazines and health & fitness websites. Peterson has spent many years and thousands of hours investigating the way herbs have been used in various cultures to treat injuries. Susan teaches karate and operates her communications business in Tucson Arizona.Review:
"In one volumne, accurate and dependable Western herbs that are safe and effective treatments for sports injuries. A wonderful job. Carolyn Dean is the author of The Magnesium Miracle and Solve it with Supplements." (Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D.)
"Destined to become an instant classic both for herbalists and martial artist." (David H. Price, L. Ac., M.O.M., B.A., September 2010)
"Well researched and concise...Provides an accessible alternative to Chinese herbal medicine for the author and martial artist." (Tom Bisio, author of A Tooth from the Tiger's Mouth)
"Well researched, practical, helpful and informative. This book has earned a place on my bookshelf." (Jennifer Lawler, author of Martial Arts for Dummies)
"This book will be treasured...Destined to become a classic." (Brigitte Mars, author of The Country Almanac of Home Remedies)
"...a great read for martial artists, contact athletes, people with injuries, and anyone interested in herbal treatment. The spectrum of herbal remedies described here will arouse interest in the most skeptical mind." (Richard Skaff, Book Reviewer for ForeWord Reviews)
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