Chinese medicine practitioners use traditional theoretical systems, diagnostic methods, prescriptions and herbal drugs to diagnose and treat for different diseases.
We offer concentrated Chinese medicine granules. All medicine is strictly controlled by GMP standards. Medicine is individually packed, instantly soluble in warm water and require no decoction.
We also offer brewing and courier Service. User-friendly herbal packs are prepared using modernized automatic brewing machines. We can courier herbal packs to patients’ offices or a medical center of your choice.
Acupuncture is performed according to the Meridian system, Yin & Yang, and 5 Elements of the Chinese Medical Theories.
Acupuncture can be used in many conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, headache, facial palsy, stroke rehabilitation and digestive discomfort.
Acupuncture needles are all disposables to ensure that health and safety regulations are followed.
Cupping therapy is a non-invasive procedure that works by creating a vacuum using heated cups placed on the skin, thereby extracting toxins and moisture from the body and awakening certain acupoints. It is a very effective technique for treating sports injuries, muscle soreness and other physical imbalances in the body.
Moxibustion is a form of heat therapy in which dried plant materials called “moxa” are burned on or very near the surface of the skin. The intention is to warm and invigorate the flow of Qi in the body and dispel certain pathogenic influences.
TCM practitioners generally hold a burning moxa stick close to, but not touching, the surface of the skin.
In this method, the moxa material is compressed into a stick or pole, looking not unlike an oversized cigar that can be lit and allowed to smolder, producing a unique form of very penetrating heat.
The smoldering moxa stick is held over specific areas, often, though not always, corresponding to certain acupuncture points. The glowing end of the moxa stick is held about an inch or two above the surface of the skin until the area reddens and becomes suffused with warmth.
Also called “cutaneous needling”, practitioners use tools like plum-blossom needles and seven-star needles to tap on the skin, using the distribution of superficial collaterals on the body surface as guides. This technique is usually indicated for such conditions as painful syndromes, numbness, hypertension, insomnia, chronic gastrointestinal problems, indigestion, alopecia, fungal infection and shortsightedness.
In wet cupping, skin is punctured slightly to draw a small amount of blood and then practitioner places the cup on the patient’s body. The skin is punctured to allow toxins to leave the body.
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