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1 week of Herbal supplies

Herbal Consultation + 1 week of herbal supplies 


2 week of Herbal supplies

Herbal Consultation + 2 weeks of herbal supplies


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Chinese herbal therapy, also known as traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), has been practiced for thousands of years and is deeply rooted in Chinese culture and philosophy. It uses a variety of natural substances, including plants, fungi, shells, stones, and animal products, to help the body restore and maintain balance. Here are a few key points about Chinese herbal therapy:

  1. Holistic Approach: TCM takes a holistic approach to health. It views the body as an interconnected system rather than just a collection of individual parts. The goal of Chinese herbal therapy is to treat specific symptoms, address the underlying causes of illness, and promote overall wellness.

  2. Tailored to the Individual: In TCM, practitioners often prescribe personalized herbal formulas tailored to the individual's unique condition and constitution. These formulas can contain multiple herbs that work together to enhance their therapeutic effects and minimize potential side effects.

  3. Qi and Balance: Chinese herbal therapy is based on the concept of Qi (pronounced "chee"), which is often translated as "life force" or "vital energy". Illness is believed to result from an imbalance or blockage of Qi. By restoring Qi's proper flow and balance, herbs can help the body heal itself.

  4. Prevention is Key: Chinese herbal therapy strongly emphasizes disease prevention. Many herbs are used to treat illness and boost immunity, enhance energy, improve digestion, and promote emotional well-being.

  5. Used in Conjunction with Other Therapies: Herbal medicine is often used with other TCM therapies, such as acupuncture, massage (tui na), dietary therapy, and exercise (Tai Chi or Qi Gong), to enhance healing.

Despite its ancient roots, Chinese herbal therapy remains the subject of modern scientific research, with studies investigating its effectiveness for various conditions. It's important to note, however, that while many people find TCM helpful, it should be used under the guidance of a qualified practitioner and in conjunction with conventional medicine when necessary. Always consult with your healthcare provider before starting any new treatment.

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