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What are Chinese Herbs you ask? Chinese herbalism is one of the major components of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), or Oriental medicine (OM). Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) originated in ancient China and has evolved over thousands of years. TCM practitioners use herbal medicines and various mind and body practices, such as acupuncture and tai chi … Continue reading What are Chinese Herbs?
Research from China shows acupuncture plus an herb formula called Huo Xue Qu Feng Tong Luo Tang beats nimodipine for vascular headache treatment.
British government is considering adding Chinese herbs to offerings from the National Health Service. However, patients must get over their bias against unfamiliar tasting flavors found in herbs.
The prestigious Cleveland Clinic has opened a Chinese Herb clinic in association with its integrative medicine services. The sources of Chinese herbs have been found to be very good, so the herbs are considered safe. Patients are supervised by a physician and herbs are prescribed according to traditional Chinese standards by a professional Chinese herbalist. American acupuncture schools regularly train clinicians to prescribe Chinese herbal formulas.
Free 1 hour class on the usefulness of Chinese medicine in helping most Women’s Health conditions. April 9th at 7 pm
Australian acupuncturist reports on his experience of treating a variety of common ailments with acupuncture and herbs.
In China, continuing research into the functions of Chinese herbals results in the development of new medicines
New research finds a very powerful Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) herb effective in resolving ulcerative colitis. The patients examined in the study published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology suffered from intractable ulcerative colitis and were unresponsive to conventional drug therapy. After use of the herbal medicine, 6 of the 7 patients in the study were able to completely discontinue the use of anti-inflammatory medications. This included the use of aminosalicylates, corticosteroids and azathioprine. Endoscopy and symptomatic responses showed everything from significant clinical improvements to a complete resolution of the condition.
There’s growing acceptance that herbal medicines could be effective for medical conditions, but the scientific evidence to vault such a treatment into an approved drug is often lacking. As Shirley Wang explains on Lunch Break, researchers are making progress on a cancer treatment based on a common herbal combination in Chinese medicine.