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CHINESE HERBOLOGY.


Chinese has been using herbs to restore their Qi (energy), sustain their health and fight aging for more than five thousand years. It is believed that the entire universal is made up of five elements under the guide of Yin and Yang rule. The principle of herb therapy is to use herb's Qi and elements to restore and balance the excessive or deficient Qi and elements in human body.Traditional Chinese Medicine believe that each herb has its own unique Qi(energy) and flavor and can be catagorilize to different groups. There are four kinds of Qi in herbs: Cool Qi, Cold Qi, Warm Qi and Hot Qi. Cool energy and cold energy herbs are able to clear heat, purge fire, remove toxin, and nourish yin. they are used to deal with heat syndromes such herbs as Anemarrhena Rhizome, Coptis root, and Phellodendron bark. Warm energy and hot energy herbs are able to disperse cold, warm up interior, support Yang, and rescure collapse. They are used to treat cold syndrome such herbs as Ephedra, Cinnamon twig, and Dried Ginger.

There are five kinds of flavors in herbs: Spicy flavor such as cinnamon and mint are usually used to increase circulation and give energy. Sweet Flavor such as Ginseng and liquorice are tonic and intend to blend all of the other herbs. Sour flavor such as schizandra berries are strongly astringent and used to restore balance to the immune system. Bitter flavor such as gentian and rhubarb are used to clear heat, fight inflammation, and get rid of toxin. Salt flavor such as kelp, mineral salts and certain plants are used to soften hard masses and relieve constipation.



PHILOSIPHY OF CHINESE MEDICINE.



According to Ancient Chinese philosophy, all creation is born from the marriage of two polar principles, Yin and Yang, such as earth and Heaven, Winter and Summer, Night and Day, Cold and Hot, Wet and dry, Inner and Outer, Body and Mind, etc.

harmony of those unions mean health, good weather, and good fortune, while disharmony leads to diseases, disasters, and bad lucks.

The goal of Chinese Medicine is to restore harmony. Each human is treated as a planet in miniature, a garden in which doctor and patient work together to cultivate health. Like a gardener usinges irrigation and fertility to grow prosperous plants, the doctor uses acupuncture, herbs, and food to recover and maintain health.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
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