It doesn’t matter if acute Covid19 was treated successfully with complementary medicine or biomedicine, there is a chance that our patients could suffer from long Covid. Maybe there was little we could do in the acute phases when first Covid19 emerged, but now we can certainly assist our patients with is long Covid.
In this blog article, we would like to talk a more about autoimmune conditions and discuss some common illnesses such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), multiple sclerosis (MS), and diabetes. These might be common problems that your patient present with either as standalone or in combination with other diseases.
In this blog article, we will cover the basic structure of the immune system according to biomedicine and TCM and talk about potential treatment strategies for common conditions that our patients present with common colds and allergic rhinitis (hay fever).
You have just seen a patient, they finally agreed to take herbs. You have researched, compared, and invested time and effort to come up with the right formula to help this person and you are now ready to order. But your favourite herb is not in stock.
Chinese Herbal Medicine Is Ancient and Popular but Lacks Scientific Evidence – How Can We Overcome This?
Chinese herbal medicine, a major component of Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)
The strength of Chinese herbal medicines lies in the synergy of a formula to treat a pattern and not a symptom. The following herbs are only listed as a point to bring that message home.
As Chinese medicine practitioners, we have experienced a unique calling to be working in our outstanding modality. First and foremost, we want to assist people feeling better, more vibrant, more fertile, more connected, more energetic and else.
As registered acupuncturists in Australia or New Zealand, we can provide you with our premium products. If you are currently using patents and know the name of the formula that you prescribe and give to your patients, you can tap into our dispensary service too.
We choose suppliers that best meet our standards, have similar values and a mission that best aligns with what we do. We feel this point is very important as working for the same cause opens space for collaboration and partnership and that’s the best outcome for everyone.