Chinese herbal medicine, a major component of Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM)
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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.
The time of summer and the accompanying heat has always played an important role in the classical literature of Chinese medicine. Summer heat is part of the concept of the six Qi. It is based on the theory that environmental conditions affect the function of our bodies.
As Chinese medicine practitioners we support fertility and pregnancy with a lot of time, dedication and attention. After the baby has been born, the focus shifts to the infant and the mother tends to be overlooked.
Hot flushes are often the most bothersome symptom of the ‘change of life’. There are many factors in a woman’s life that impact the intensity of hot flushing and other signs of menopause.
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.
The following animal products are used in a variety of herbal formulas. They are determined base on the Chinese medicine diagnosis of pattern differentiation. Please note that Chinese herbs ought to be prescribed by a trained Chinese medicine practitioner.
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.