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1. Animal Assisted Intervention for Rehabilitation Therapy and Psychotherapy

By Okjin Kim, Sunhwa Hong, Hyun-A Lee, Yung-Ho Chung and Si-Jong Lee

Part of book: Complementary Therapies for the Body, Mind and Soul

2. Distant Healing Techniques and Distant Intercessory Prayer – A Tentative Scientific Conciliation

By Marcelo Saad and Roberta de Medeiros

Part of book: Complementary Therapies for the Body, Mind and Soul

3. Cannabinoid CB1/CB2 Receptors in the Heart: Expression, Regulation, and Function

By Elena Kaschina

Part of book: Cannabinoids in Health and Disease

4. Patients Suffering from Intractable Diseases Treated Effectively with Medicines of Kampo and TCM

By Yasuyo Hijikata

Part of book: Complementary Therapies for the Body, Mind and Soul

5. The Endocannabinoid System in Human Physiology

By Rosanna Chianese and Rosaria Meccariello

Part of book: Cannabinoids in Health and Disease

6. Complementary Therapy with Traditional Chinese Medicine for Treating Atherosclerosis-Related Diseases

By Yu-Chiang Hung, Chun-Ting Liu and Wen-Long Hu

Part of book: Complementary Therapies for the Body, Mind and Soul

7. Why is Qi-Invigorating Therapy in Chinese Medicine Suitable for Mitochondrial Diseases? A Bioenergetic Perspective

By Xing-Tai Li, Hai-Xue Kuang and Jia Zhao

Part of book: Complementary Therapies for the Body, Mind and Soul

8. Cannabinoids and Motor Control of the Basal Ganglia: Therapeutic Potential in Movement Disorders

By Teresa Morera-Herreras, Cristina Miguelez, Asier Aristieta, María Torrecilla, José Ángel Ruiz-Ortega and Luisa Ugedo

Part of book: Cannabinoids in Health and Disease

9. Dietary Omega-6/Omega-3 and Endocannabinoids: Implications for Brain Health and Diseases

By Clémentine Bosch-Bouju and Sophie Layé

Part of book: Cannabinoids in Health and Disease

10. The Endocannabinoid-Like Derivative Oleoylethanolamide at the Gut–Brain Interface: A “Lipid Way” to Control Energy Intake and Body Weight

By Maria Beatrice Passani and Roberto Coccurello

Part of book: Cannabinoids in Health and Disease