Herbal Medicine

The curative effect of Chinese herbal medicine has been paid more and more attention in today’s world. Chinese acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine have been brewed throughout the world. There are generally two methods for brewing Chinese , One is to boil the prescriptions prescribed by experts in traditional Chinese medicine, and the other is the method of medicinal wine.  Traditional Chinese medicine is very helpful for health care functions, and medicinal wine is based on the Taoist Qi machine lifting theory, which harmonizes the internal organs of the human body, clears the heart and improves eyesight, harmonizes the color, moisturizes the skin, promotes vitality, and smoothes the veins. For spleen and kidney loss, blood-qi discordance, qi stagnation and blood stasis, liver disease, anemia, and cardiovascular disease caused by both qi and blood deficiency, it can clear the pathway and reconcile the blood. For patients with neuropathic headache and neurasthenia, it can nourish blood. To replenish qi and calm the mind; for anorexia, stomach problems, constipation, hemorrhoids and other gastrointestinal diseases, it can replenish the spleen and stomach, regulate qi and stomach, nourish blood, remove blood stasis and blood; for early white hair, dizziness, dark eyes, nocturnal emission, premature ejaculation, kidney Those with insufficiency can have black hair peritoneal inflammation, migraine, and have the effect of strengthening the body and eliminating evil.

What to Expect

Any Drug-herb Interactions? Herbal dietary supplements (which are from plant, animal, and mineral sources) may have a strong smell or taste, be toxic in large doses, may be inappropriate during pregnancy and have some side effects such as uneasiness in the stomach, nausea, loose stools or other digestive reactions. If you experience such a reaction to the herbs you should inform your practitioner. Do not take herbs within two hours of taking other medications as they may interfere with each other.

Any Side effect? If you experience any adverse side effects, stop taking the herbs and contact your practitioner immediately. Severe allergic reactions are rare, however, if you experience severe allergic reactions, seek immediate medical attention. Oils, plasters, or other topical herbs may stain clothing or skin and may cause skin irritation. If the skin is irritated, reduce frequency and quantity. If irritation continues, discontinue use entirely and contact your practitioner for an alternative.


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