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Chinese Herbal Medicine

  

Since the doors of China opened to the west, Chinese traditional herbal medicine has been considered a mysterious yet interesting science to westerners. Most people know its existence, but are unsure about trying it.

Chinese Herbs Chinese traditional herbal medicine is an alternative system of treatment arising from a holistic philosophy of life. It emphasizes on the interconnection of the mental, emotional, and physical components within the body.

It also emphasizes on the importance of harmony between individuals and their social groups, as well as between humanity as a whole. The Human body is believed to consist of not only flesh, blood, bones, organs, and other visible components, but also invisible Qi, which could be considered as a flow of energy passing throughout the body.
There are invisible three-dimensional pathways or so-called meridians that allow the circulation of Qi and blood throughout body. The meridians regulate the yin/yang balance in the body, provide connections between the individual human being and cosmic forces or influences, and protect the body against external sources of disease. There are certain points along the meridians where Qi is thought to collect or concentrate.

When a person is living in a unhealthy lifestyle, such as overwork, no enough sleep or in negative mood for a long period, the yin/yang balance in the body is altered, causing blockage or incorrect flow of Qi. From an external eye, you can easily notice someone who has an unbalanced Qi: the person does not look fit, showing signs of excessive weight, dry hair, nose bleed, abscesses, pocks, bruises and so on.

Sometimes the seasons also influence the yin/yang balance. If the imbalance continues, there would be physical illness, such as cold, fever, body aches.For therapy,  Points Cupping,  massage, and  the use of suction cups, called Moxibustion (Cupping), are external treatments that are often used in Chinese medicine in conjunction with internal herbal therapy. The doctors of  traditional  herbal medicine firstly diagnose by what cause, the body is ill, which points in the body are blocked. Then use Points Cupping or Cupping to revive these points, and prescribe a package of herbs. Different herbs have different natures, and are believed  to have different effects on body, for instance, taraxacum is good for detumescence,   and   honeysuckle   is useful   to   cure   inflammation.   These herbs could help the body retrieve yin/yang   balance,  and   strengthen the flow of Qi.

 

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