We do not sell to general public, you must be seen by the doctor before
herbal therapy is prescribed.
Chinese herbology (herbal medicine) is considered to be the foundation of all the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) applications.
What are Chinese herbs?
Chinese herbs are not limited just to barks and roots; this simple term has been broadened to include many other medicinal agents and includes animal as well as mineral products. The development of the TCM "materials for medicine" has gone from an original 364
entries when it was first formally compiled around the fourth century AD, to almost 6,000 items today.
Chinese medicinal plants have played an important role in disease prevention and in the treatment of the Chinese people for thousands of years,. Currently, their importance
and significance have been recognized by the Western world and are now openly received by the general public.
The proper application of Chinese herbs holistically
balances and regulates the body.
How do they work?
In short, herbs have fundamental qualities or energies, conditional to the nature of their properties. These qualities are all taken into consideration when formulating an herbal prescription, and generally includes many different herbs to achieve a balance. This
is based on the diagnostic principals of TCM which includes the system of Yin and Yang, meridian theory, organ diagnosis, therapeutic strategy, organization of prescription and the selection of herbs as noted above. All of this in order to balance and
regulate the body holistically.