Chinese Herbal Medicine comes in many forms: raw herbs which need to be boiled, or in powder and pills.
In Chinese tonic herbalism, we utilize the law of yin and yang constantly. Tonic herbs are categorized according to yin and yang. It is the attempt of tonic herbalism
to provide yin and yang energy in an appropriate balance so that the
individual eventually attains a proper dynamic balance and thus attains
Thus it is important to discern which balance of yin and yang herbs is
appropriate. A person who shows signs of yin deficiency will do well to take
more yin herbs while a person who shows signs of yang deficiency should take
more yang herbs.
Chinese tonic herbalism is an adaptogenic system. This relates to the
concept that the body-mind is naturally and innately self-regulatory. Human
neurological and endocrine functions have evolved over millions of years as
the primary human regulatory systems designed by nature to maintain
homeostasis (functional balance), even under an enormous variety of
stressful conditions, thus allowing the whole system to survive and even
A range of disorders
Chinese herbs are commonly used to treat disorders such as:
Colds / Asthma / Bronchitis
Eczema and psoriasis
/ Skin diseases
PMT / Menopause / Impotence / Infertility
Stress / Anxiety / Depression
Digestion / I.B.S / Diarrhea
Limb & back pain / Sports Injuries
Allergies / Autoimmune disorders
Arthritis / Stiff neck / Frozen Shoulder
Migraine / Chronic fatigue
Ear, nose, throat, mouth, eye ailments
Stress management / Insomnia
Some forms of paralysis
Weight control and more
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