Power of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) consist of two major branches: Acupuncture and Herbal medicine.
Acupuncture is a procedure used to restore the balance of the chi of the body. It involves inserting fine, sterile needles into points on the surface of the body. There are roughly 360 points connected with 12 main meridians and eight extra meridians. These points connect the body’s chi together and transport them through the whole body. Based on the traditional Chinese medical diagnosis of the patient’s current conditions, a strategic combination of points will be selected and used to treat the patient.
Chinese Herbal therapy is a powerful medicine to treat various diseases, especially in the case of chronic illnesses. It helps to restore the body's normal functions. All herbs are natural plant materials and are processed according to their pharmaceutical properties. Herbal therapy has lower risk of side effects or adverse reactions when prescribed by qualified practitioners.
Both Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine were discovered more than three thousand years ago and are widely used in health care in China.
TCM is not only a method to treat existing diseases, it is also very effective in of disharmony prevention.