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Report on the Disappearance of Carcinoma/Cancerous Syndrome

Even though medicine has developed tremendously, cancer is still today a chronic and life threatening disease. Recently, patients are turning to traditional therapies such as acupuncture for cancer management as opposed to the aggressive approach of modern medicine. There has been much research published indicating that acupuncture is beneficial for chemotherapy-induced nausea, vomiting, and cancer … Continue reading "Report on...

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About Herb Ren Shen (Ginseng)

Rén Shen (Ginseng) Ginseng (Ren Shen) is a popular herbal tonic that combat fatigue and boosts our immune-system function. The botanical name is known as Panax ginseng C. A. Mey. and the Pharm. name is Radix Ginseng. The plant’s medicinal portion is the root, tasted sweet and slightly bitter. It is warm in property and … Continue reading "About Herb...

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About Herb Gou Qi Zi

Gou Qî Zi Gou Qi Zi (Wolfberry fruit; Lycium fruit) , the dried fruit is ovate, spindle-shaped. The skin is bright or dark red. Large, red fruits with few seeds and sweet flesh are best. The botanical name is Lycium chinense Mill.; Lycium barbarum L; and the pharma name is known as Fructus Lycii. The … Continue reading "About Herb...

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About Herb Huang Qi

Huáng Qí Common Name: Astragalus rootBotanical Name: Astragalus membranaceus (Fisch.) Bge. Astragalus mongholicus Bge.Pharm. Name: Radix AstragaliUsed Part: RootTaste and Property: Sweet, slightly warmEmbryonic Property: Spleen and lung Action: To replenish the Qi (vital energy) and stop perspiration To consolidate the defensive energy To dispel pus and accelerate the healing of wounds To regulate the water … Continue reading "About Herb...

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Ancient stories – Herbs for good health and longevity

Lately, there were several international reports from various countries pertaining to people who stay near the mountains or countryside away from cities and towns and these people have lived longer and stayed healthier in their old age of over 100 years old. The peculiar part of these elderly people is that they can still maintain … Continue reading "Ancient stories...

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About Herb He Shou Wu

Hé Shôu Wu Common Name: Fleeceflower rootBotanical Name: Polygonum multiflorum Thunb.Pharm. Name: Radix Polygoni MultifloriUsed Part: Tuberous rootTaste and Property: Sweet, bitter, astringent, slightly warmEmbryonic Property: Liver and kidney Action: To replenish the vital essence of the liver and kidney To nourish the blood Laxative Detoxicant Indication: Early greying of hair, aching back and knees, … Continue reading "About Herb...

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Immune System Therapy

LING ZHI Mushroom Chinese GANODERMA LUCIDUM ESSENCE Surgical operation, radiotherapy, chemotherapy are the main means for the treatment of cancer at the present. But side effect or toxicity remains when tumours are resected or controlled. If wrong indications are chosen, patients will suffer serious complications even leading to death. In fact, about 50% tumour patients have not died of … Continue reading "Immune System...

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The article is extracted from English-Chinese Concise, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Publishing House of Shanghai College of T.C.M. (1993) Identification and Treatment 1 Yin Deficiency of the Liver and Kidney. Main Manifestations: Early cataract with senile debility, dizziness, tinnitus, and soreness of the low back. Red tongue with scanty coating or without coating, thready and rapid pulse. Therapeutic Method: Nourish … Continue reading "Cataract"

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Pigmentary Degeneration of Retina

The article is extracted  from English-Chinese Concise, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Publishing House of Shanghai College of T.C.M. (1993) Identification and Treatment 1)  Decline of the Fire from the Life Gate Main Manifestations: Night blindness but with normal vision in the day time, slight contraction of visual field, lustreless eyes, pale complexion, aversion to cold and cold limbs. Pale … Continue reading "Pigmentary Degeneration...

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