Chinese Medicine

Chinese Medicine

Herbal Medicine is a key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Chinese Herbal Medicine is one of the key therapies which form part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The others are Acupuncture and Chinese Massage.

Over the years Chinese Medicine has developed and matured to become what it is today – a natural and holistic system of health care that treats a wide range of health problems safely and effectively.

Like all TCM therapies, Chinese Herbal Medicine is based on the concept of Qi, the life force or energy which flows around the body and regulates your health by maintaining harmony, balance and order. Any blockage in the flow of Qi around the body results in illness and disease.

Chinese Herbal Medicine has a deep understanding of the ways in which the fundamental balance and harmony of the body is undermined when the flow of Qi is depleted or blocked. It is as concerned with the prevention of ill health as it is with healing illness and disease. Treatment is based on understanding the signs and symptoms reflecting any imbalance in the body and treating the underlying condition as well as the symptoms. This therapeutic intervention is designed to encourage self healing.

Treatment by Chinese Herbal Medicin

Since ancient times, Chinese Medicine has identified and classified the essential properties of thousands of herbs and how they act on the body. Herbs are prescribed either singly or made into a formula which takes into account the individual therapeutic action of each herb and well as the effects when combined together. The herbal formula is tailored to the individual so that it specifically matches and treats their condition. As the individual’s condition changes and improves with treatment, the Chinese herbal formula is adjusted and modified until the desired health outcome is achieved.

Is Chinese Medicine Safe?

Chinese herbs are very safe when prescribed correctly by a properly trained Practitioner. Over the centuries Practitioners have compiled detailed information about the properties, preparation, and use of herbs and placed great emphasis on the protection of the patient. Adverse reactions can occur with any form of medicine. In the case of Chinese herbal medicine these are extremely rare.

What Conditions does Chinese Herbal Medicine Treat?

In addition to restoring good health, Chinese Medicine may also be used to maintain good health and prevent disease. By strengthening the normal body functions, the immune system is boosted and a sense of well-being is promoted. Conditions which may be treated effectively with Herbal Medicine include:

  • Male and Female Infertility
  • Disorders associated with menstruation and the menopause
  • Skin conditions: eczema, psoriases, acne, etc.
  • Weight Loss
  • Insomnia and fatigue
  • Digestive disorders
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Asthma, bronchitis, common cold and influenza,
  • Headaches and migraine
  • Stress, anxiety, depression
  • Allergies
  • Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis
  • Impotence and prostate disorders

What Conditions does Chinese Herbal Medicine Treat?

Once you have been carefully assessed and your condition diagnosed, you will be prescribed a specific herbal formula customised to treat your health condition, taking into account your medical history. Progress is closely monitored through regular consultation and as your condition changes and improves, your herbal treatment will be adjusted accordingly.

Disclaimer & Important Information?

We can’t guranteed the treatment result, as the symptoms of conditions are un predictable and vary greatly from person to person. The treeatment length and recovery time also varies for individual. GinSen’s acupuncturist will discuss your care before carrying out the treatment, and the treatment will be designed to meet your individual needs.

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