Chinese herbal therapy is a major part of TCM clinic that has been exercised for centuries in China, where herbs are measured as fundamental treatment for a lot of sensitive and chronic medical disorders. Herbalists draw from “Materia Medica” a conventional Chinese drug manuscript that covers thousands of minerals, herbs, and other extracts.
This treatment concentrates on restoring a balance of body, energy and spirit to preserve health, instead of treating a particular illness or medical disorder.
The Chinese herbal remedy offered in Live Well Clinic contains Chinese herbs, which are not derived from typical Western concepts of therapeutic diagnosis and treatment. It treats the major health complaints of a patient or the samples of their symptoms rather than the fundamental causes.
This traditional treatment uses a range of herbs, like ginkgo, astragalus, ginseng, eleuthero and green tea in dissimilar combinations to reinstate balance to the human body.
As fatigue is caused due to the shortage of Qi, some Chinese herbs nourish the Qi to have an energising effect. As restless sleep, blurry vision, and irritability are caused due to the depleted blood, blood-enriching herbs in the treatment perk up sleep, vision, and equanimity. Since dehydration and dry skin arise from inadequate dampness, these Chinese medicine replenish it and makes the skin softer and alleviates an otherwise voracious thirst.
Herbs used in the therapy help the organ networks in the routine of their jobs.
Some herbal formulas in the treatment deal with ailments, like allergies, colds, cramps, or inflammations, whereas other herbal formulas make body reserves stronger over time.
Usually, the Chinese herbs offered at our TCM clinic are combined in formulas to improve their individual actions and properties. Signs and symptoms are matched with healing effects, imitating the particular disorders and requirements of each patient. Stimulant formulas reinstate eroded body sources, and the adaptable formulas decongest the Qi, dampness, and blood, mitigating discomfort, and the purging formulas get rid of pathogenic influences.
Herbs, either in dried original form or powder form, are more similar to foods than medicines, and they can complement the diet and make the constitution stronger in addition to preventing or treating ailments.
Similar to acupuncture, TCM center offers Chinese herbs that can deal with harmful body patterns that manifest in a range of symptoms and complaints. The major aim of the therapy is to assist you recuperate balance, or homeostasis in your body and to make the resistance of your body to disease much stronger.
At our Sydney Live Well clinic, the treatment is offered to:
Generally, we recommend Chinese herbal therapy during the situations when:
These traditional Chinese herbs do not interfere with any kind of medications used by the patient. The herbalists are overseen by doctors and they are trained to be familiar with the way, the herbal therapy can work together with prescription medicines.
Additionally, they will always inquire you regarding any over-the-counter medicines and supplements you are using to ensure that the herbal therapy is effective and safe. For an herbal therapy session, a patient requires recommendation from a physician.
During the consultation with us, the herbalist will prescribe herbs either as the main treatment or as an accompaniment to acupuncture therapies. He will carry out quite a lot of pinpointing procedures and get a comprehensive health history. This will comprise the past and present illnesses, and the use of medication of the patient.
Once the patient has been completely assessed, the herbalist will make recommendations and offer either a proprietary or custom formula. Of course, no herbal treatment is covered by health insurance.
It should be noted that the Chinese herbal therapy is not a substitute to the conservative western medical diagnosis or treatment. However, it can match your conservative treatment plan. We will work closely with your doctor to administer your care and watch your course of treatment.