A history of wine as therapy.

  • 234 Pages
  • 4.24 MB
  • English
Lippincott , Philadelphia
Wine -- Therapeutic
StatementWith a foreword by Sanford V. Larkey.
LC ClassificationsRM256 .L79
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 234 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5883051M
LC Control Number63014618

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Winner of the Gourmand Awards (Australia) for 'Best Wine Book of the Year' and 'Best Drink and Health Book of the Year' This unique book is the first to describe mankinds 5, year history of using wine as a medicine. Wine is our oldest, most documented and best preventative by: 6. This unique book is the first to describe mankind’s 5, year history of using wine as a medicine.

Wine is our oldest, most documented and best preventative medicine. It reduces the rate of death from all causes by up to 50% by minimising vascular diseases such as heart attacks and strokes by up to 50% and dementia by up to 80%.

The History of Wine as a Medicine: From its Beginnings in China to the Present Day By Philip Norrie This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2PA, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.

A History of Wine as Therapy SUTTER RICHARD A. M.D. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: May - Volume 6 - Issue 5 - ppg Book Review: PDF Only ". Article Tools.

Article as PDF ( KB). It is a history book. It traces the history of wine from its accidental discovery (more likely by birds or perhaps elephants than by humans), through its attribution to the gods, its secular use as a disinfectant of fouled drinking water, to its development as a symbol of status and gustatory by: Each chapter is tied to a wine, but the range of the book is great.

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History, geography, climate, anthropology, archaeology, chemistry, physiology, and various other disciplines are tied in here. This book is about two very smart, wine-loving scientists pooling their knowledge to better understand wine/5(16). Wine: A Cultural History - John Varriano - Google Books.

From celebrations of Bacchus in ancient Rome to the Last Supper and casual dinner parties, wine has long been a key component of festivities, ceremonies, and celebrations. The knowledge of grape and wine is as old as the cultural history of mankind.

Moderate consumption of wine can be beneficial in healthy individuals. It is also known from ancient times that it can cause acute and chronic damage when consumed in great by: 9.

Wine is our original alcoholic beverage. It dates back 8, years and, as Paul Lukacs writes in his new book, Inventing Wine: A New History of. Wine Therapy, Middle Ages.

The beverage was a popular tonic and antiseptic. Kerry Grens Oct 1, “The history of wine as a medicine,” in the book Wine: A Scientific Exploration. Ibn Sina’s list of wine’s nearly endless applications goes on. Alcohol as medicine in the Middle Ages (public domain) European colonisation during the 15 th and 16 th centuries gave the apothecaries an abundance of exotic herbs, spices, barks, peels and berries to add to their medicine cabinets and from this point until relatively recently, a large percentage of medicines were made with an alcoholic base.

Gin is a good example of a spirit which was. A History Of Wine As Therapy. Lucia, Salvatore P. (M.D.) [University of California School of Medicine]. The Science of Wine is a joy to read, and Goode has gone on to write other fantastic books, like Authentic Wine and the aforementioned I Taste Red.

History Lessons A History of Wine in America, Volume 1: From the Beginnings to Prohibition. by. Wine is, in simple terms, a beverage but it is also an industry, a culture, a valuable natural resource, a symbol of status (to some), and an inspiration for both art and architecture.

The books noted below each examine a different but unique angle of wine history and are worth checking out. In A Short History of Wine, Rod Phillips tells the story of wine in the Western world with all its grandeurs and miseries.

Packed with fascinating stories, unexpected insights, and the myriad tricks of the trade Variously regarded as a sacred, religious drink, an inebriant, and even the work of the Devil, throughout the ages wine has generated /5.

Antique books on winemaking are as much a passion as winemaking itself for Sean Thackrey, who says he was looking for a classical education about wine when he began collecting texts in.

and the wine trade from prehistory to the present. Throughout, the rich symbolic and cultural significance of wine is related to its evolution as a commercial product. The book discusses both the numerous symbolic roles assigned to wine and the vine by people of different religions and also the internationalisation of wine production and marketing.

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it goes through many countries and time periods and was overall very readable for a history text/5. The Top Books for Wine Lovers, Chosen by the Editors of Half Full IN VINO VERITAS Sit back, sip your pinot, and read about the history and future of the red (and white) stuff.

Vinotherapy, also written "Vinotherapie" describes a beauty therapy process where the residue of wine making (the pips and pulp) are rubbed into the skin. The pulp is said to have excellent exfoliating qualities and help reduce the problems associated with ageing.

History [ edit ]. Wine: a short history James Simpson, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid1 In tracing the history of French wines, we are struck with the fact, that many vineyards, which have now little or no repute, were renowned in former times for the excellence of their growths; while those which, of late years, haveFile Size: KB.

Little is actually known of the early history of wine. It is plausible that early foragers and farmers made alcoholic beverages from wild fruits, including wild grapes of the species  Vitis silvestris, ancestor to modern wine grapes.

The Biblical Book of Genesis first mentions the production of wine by Noah following the Great Flood. Greek mythology placed the childhood of Dionysus and his discovery of viticulture at the fictional and variably located Mount Nysa but had him teach the practice to the peoples of central Anatolia.

6 Great Works of Fiction for Wine-Lovers “Give me books, French wine, fruit, fine weather and a little music played out of doors by somebody I do not know.” – John Keats.

Such were the five things ol’ Keatsy reckoned were crucial to having a good time. Explore our interactive timeline of the history of wine. Learn how wine colonized the world, starting in Armenia in 4, BC. Check It Out Now.

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In light of the recent observations and the subsequent reaction within the wine community, I’d like to give a quick overview of the intellectual history surrounding the health benefits of wine. Throughout history, wine has always been considered a tool with which to manage health, whether it was prescribed as a medicine to treat a patient’s.

A History of Wine in America written. The struggle to make the New World yield wine such as they had known in Europe was begun by the earliest settlers and was persisted in for generations, only to end in defeat over and over again.

One thing is clear from Mr. Lukacs’s work: most wine for much of history was vile, nasty stuff. If an ancient critic had etched a tasting note to describe the wine that most people drank, it.

Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from grapes, and depending on your definition of "made from grapes" there are at least two independent inventions of it. The oldest known possible evidence for the use of grapes as part of a wine recipe with fermented rice and honey comes from China, about 9, years ago.THE 51 BEST WINE BOOKS TO READ IN We are often asked for a list of the best wine books by our readers.

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