Dr. Guido Majno has returned to the original sources--Greece, Rome, Egypt, India, and China--to unravel the history of the ancient art of healing. Using documents as varied as personal letters, buried artifacts, and early treatises, he has reconstructed ancient experiments in a modern laboratory and compared ancient remedies with today's methods. qStimulating, well-written, and handsomely illustratedq.--Theodore Rosebury, Natural History. Illustrated in full color and halftones.Man and Wound in the Ancient World Guido Majno. or. Even the ... People want to be healed, and industry has responded with healing drugs and salves. Some are ... Yet I am not aware of a single substance that can make a wound heal faster.
|Title||:||The Healing Hand|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1991|