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China: Traditional Chinese Medicine – Market Report. Analysis And Forecast To 2020 By: Market Reports on China | Jun 11th 2015 – presents a report on "��China: Traditional Chinese Medicine – Market Report. Analysis and Forecast to 2020"��. It presents the latest data of the market size, consumption, domestic production, exports and imports, price dynamics and trends in the industry. Tags: Just When Is It A Good Idea To Check Acupuncture Therapy? By: Jamal Sharp | Apr 17th 2014 – For some people, the idea that pain and other physical problems are caused by an imbalance in their universal life force and "elements" may sound outlandish. This, however, is the basis of one of the oldest forms of medical treatment: traditional Chinese medicine. Tags: Just When Is It A Good Idea To Try Acupuncture Treatment? By: Alfonso Roy | Apr 17th 2014 – For some people, the idea that pain and other physical problems are caused by an imbalance in their universal life force and "elements" may sound outlandish. This, however, is the basis of one of the oldest forms of medical treatment: traditional Chinese medicine. Tags: Acupuncture For Acne And Chinese Herbal Acne Remedies For Clear Skin By: Anna Johnson | Apr 24th 2012 – For many years acupuncture was viewed as a crank medicine by Western medical experts like so many other natural and holistic therapies, and although somewhat unorthodox by Western standards, Traditional Chinese medicine, of which acupuncture is a technique, has been used and perfected over many centuries. Tags: Traditional Chinese Medicine For Kidney Disease By: Jo Parker | Apr 4th 2012 – We first need to make clear why kidney function decline occurs. 1. The causation of kidney damage varies. It can be Diabetes, Long-term high blood pressure, Immune complex deposition in kidneys (like IgA Nephropathy), long-term and large amount of protein leakage, and so on. Tags: What To Do When Suffering From Mycoplasma Infection By: milik | Apr 2nd 2012 – All patients suffered from mycoplasma infection are concerned about it. In fact, many people have parasitic mycoplasma in their bodies but not all people with mycoplasma in body would originate disease because the body has its own resistance forming our natural barrier which is "Vital-Qi" of Traditional Chinese Medicine Tags: Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment For Chronic Prostatitis By: milik | Jan 5th 2012 – Treatment for chronic prostatitis can be divided into medical treatment and surgery. Medical treatment mainly includes traditional Chinese medicine treatment and western medicine treatment. This article is devoted to draw a conclusion and sort out treatments for chronic prostatitis. Then help patients to find out what is th … Tags: The Process Of Modernization Of Traditional Chinese Medicine By: anelwew | Dec 8th 2011 – Pharmaceuticals market is huge, but pharmaceutical industry always stays still for being short of innovative drug, and it needs to find new direction. Explore traditional Chinese medicine has become one of that, the Chinese medicine with legend for thousands of years, are now becoming active ingredients of herbs extract to … Tags: Acupuncture Dc – The Applications Of Traditional Chinese Medicine By: Roger Bryan | May 5th 2011 – Acupuncture DC style is the art of Traditional Chinese Medicine used to cure aliments of the body and mind. Acupuncture DC style is a painless treatment for many different illnesses and diseases. If you have tried everything else, try acupuncture DC style of medical treatments and I’m sure you will be surprised. Tags: What Is The Advantage Of Traditional Chinese Medicine In Treating Chronic Renal Failure? By: Jo Parker | Mar 11th 2011 –  What is the advantage of traditional Chinese medicine in treating chronic Renal Failure? The TCM remedy can recover the damaged intrinsic renal cells fundamentally, thus treating Chronic Renal Failure fundamentally.   The various blood purification technologies have been developed in recent years, and … Tags: How Does Traditional Chinese Medicine Inhibit Tumor Recurrence And Metastasis By: zhaowei | Mar 6th 2011 – How does Traditional Chinese Medicine inhibit tumor recurrence and metastasis Tags: Acupuncture To Treat Chronic Asthma By: Gen Wright | Feb 17th 2011 – Based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, illnesses such as asthma are caused by a disturbance in the body’s energy flow throughout the body. Tags: New Social Networking System Now Available For Holistic Practitioners By: Gen Wright | Jan 3rd 2011 – Free Service Now Available To Help Practitioners Gain New Patients and Connect With Other Practitioners. Tags: Medical Qigong- Restoring Qi Flow With Rhythmic Movements By: Gen Wright | Dec 23rd 2010 – Medical Qigong is an area of Traditional Chinese Medicine that is composed of therapeutic exercises intended to maintain or restore the proper flow of the Qi to address health-related issues Tags: Alternative Medical Systems Traditional Chinese Medicine By: Noreen Walczak | Sep 28th 2010 – Traditional Chinese Medicine has been around for more than 2,000 years. It is one of the oldest and most reliable healing modalities in use today. It has been proven to be effective where the practices of western medicine have failed. This ancient healing therapy is largely based on the philosophical concept … Tags: Traditional Chinese Medicine: Principles Of Traditional Chinese Medicine By: george jhon | Sep 21st 2010 – A traditional Chinese medicine is an ancient system of medication from China. It is around 2000-3000 years old system of medication. This was largely practiced in china but now has spread to all over the world, and considered as alternative medication system. In short it is termed as TCM Tags: Treating Infertility With Acupuncture And Traditional Chinese Medicine By: Stephen Daniels | Apr 1st 2010 – The inability to conceive has given rise to numerous treatments. Western medicine advocates the use of in-vitro fertilization, artificial insemination and egg transfer for hopeful couples. The process is expensive, painful and oftentimes disappointing. Using acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine augments the sterile, … Tags: Doctor Of Oriental Medicine (o.m.d) – A Growing Profession In Traditional Chinese Medicine By: Amit Kothiyal | Mar 23rd 2010 – Oriental Medicine (OM) is a traditional Chinese medical practice that is based on the concept of balanced flow of energy through human bodies. Practiced for more than 2,500 years, it is one of the traditional forms of Chinese medicines that primarily include some of the traditional therapies like acupuncture, herbal medicin … Tags: Face Acupuncture – Top 3 Benefits Of Face Acupuncture By: Elie Goldschmidt | Jan 19th 2010 – Face acupuncture can help you look younger and more beautiful without any surgery procedures. Yes, this is amazing, but also really true. If you are still hesitating, just continue reading this article where you will find out the top 3 benefits of facial acupuncture. Tags: Is Acupuncture A Way To Keep Healthy? By: Zach Hunt | Sep 9th 2009 – Acupuncture is one of the oldest ways of healing on earth. It is derived from traditional Chinese medicine, and its goal is to repair and preserve health by stimulating certain points on the human body. Tags: Using Traditional Chinese Medicine For Panic Attacks By: Ian Spencer | Jun 8th 2009 – Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is also very effective against panic attacks. The Chinese has combined the TCM with modern treatments, and many reported to have positive results. However, finding a qualified and professional TCM therapist is not easy, it might take some time before you find the one who will treat you rig … Tags: Dummies Guide To Traditional Chinese Medicine (tcm) By: Paul Hata | Jul 3rd 2008 – Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has a long history of over 4,000 years. For centuries, millions of people in China have relied on TCM for their health and treatments. So what is Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM? Tags: What Is Traditional Chinese Medicine (tcm) By: Paul Hata | Jul 3rd 2008 – For centuries, millions of people in China have relied on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for their health and treatments. It joins the power of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and energetic exercises to correct imbalances found in the body. This not only allows the body to heal itself but also helps to prevent other illness … Tags: Tcm And Rheumatoid Arthritis By: Tisa wang | Jun 12th 2008 – In traditional Chinese medicine, the condition that is congruent with arthritis is called "Bi syndrome." Bi syndrome manifests as pain, soreness, or numbness of muscles, tendons and joints, and is the result of the body being "invaded" by the external climatological factors of Wind, Cold, Heat, and/or Dampness. Tags: What Is Chinese Medicine? By: Scott Meyers | Apr 14th 2008 – There are different interpretations of what Chinese medicine is. There are those who see it as an alternative medicine, especially when associated with acupuncture. China and Taiwan look to traditional Chinese medicine as an important part of their healthcare system. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) was coined in the 1950 … Tags: What Is Traditional Chinese Medicine (tcm) By: Paul Spiro | Feb 11th 2008 – Traditional Chinese Medicine Tags: Should I Take The Xiao Yao Wan Chinese Herbal Anti-depressant? By: Xiang v Lin | Jan 16th 2008 – The Xiao yao wan Chinese herbal anti-depressant is meant to relieve the problems that are associated with stagnation of the Qi (or chi vital energy) in your liver which is believed to be the cause of depression in people. The symptoms that will show a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner that your liver Qi has been tra … Tags: Why Take The Cordyceps Capsule That Uses The Cordyceps Sinensis Fungus? By: Xiang v Lin | Jan 16th 2008 – The Cordyceps capsule is basically a capsule that has the processed form of the Cordyceps Sinensis fungus which is believed to have various medicinal properties, as claimed by Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners. Some claim that this Cordyceps capsule is better than the original form of the fungus because clinical tr … Tags: Traditional Chinese Medicine Herbs By: Bryan R Abel | Oct 17th 2007 – Traditional Chinese Medicine Herbs are known to treat a wide range of diseases like Digestive problems, Eczema and psoriasis, Gynaecological disorders, Liver disorders, cardiovascular disorders, Stress and Allergies and autoimmune disorders effectively. Visit us to know more about Chinese herbs. Tags: Effective Uses Of Acupuncture By: David Kuoch | Oct 1st 2007 – In light of his new book being released, "Acupuncture Desk Reference", David J. Kuoch, LAc details effective acupuncture treatments for 5 different symptoms. These symptoms include arthritis, lower back pain, constipation and diarrhea, fibromyalgia & headaches. Tags: Thai Massage & Reflexology By: Scott Meyers | Jun 6th 2007 – Thai medicine, which is comprised of diet, medicinal treatment and manipulation techniques, is very effective in treating sickness and disease. Thai massage, like traditional Chinese medicine, focuses on treating the whole person by correcting the imbalance of the body’s energy flow. Tags: Traditional Chinese Medicine (tcm Part 2) By: Richard Clear | Apr 27th 2007 – Continued from tcm Part 1 If you look closely at most acupuncture charts you will usually see the meridian lines on the chart and the pressure points are on the lines. Most acupuncturists will first talk with the client/patient and have the patient fill out a questionnaire in much the same mann … Tags: Traditional Chinese Medicine (tcm Part 1) By: Richard Clear | Apr 22nd 2007 – In Chinese medicine there are at least five different primary methods of healing and there are numerous other lesser known methods of healing. The main five methods of healing are acupuncture, herbology, Chi Kung, bone setting and tuina massage. Each of these methods has many subcategories, methods and different schools of … Tags: Acupuncture Vs Fibromyalgia By: Jane Thompson | Feb 27th 2007 – Acupuncture is another alternative treatment, like cupping therapy, which has been effectively used to provide some fibromyalgia patients relief from painful symptoms. However, unlike cupping therapy that has been adapted from traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is traditional Chinese medicine. What is … Tags: Acupuncture Charts – A Closer Look At The 14 Meridians By: Brian Winkels | Feb 20th 2007 – Standard acupuncture charts can be purchased that aid in identifying the name and locations of the meridian and acupoints on the front and back of the human body. An acupuncture chart will accurately show the location of the14 primary meridians as well as some of the extra points. Most acupuncture charts also show the names … Tags: Can Acupuncture Help Control Menopause Symptoms? By: Kathryn Whittaker | Jan 31st 2007 – The treatment for migraines and other menopause symptoms is not the same in every part of the world. Different cultures have different medicine practices and beliefs. However, it is interesting to note that the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture, is becoming a popular therapeutic method in Western culture to tr … Tags: Depression And Acupuncture – A Closer Look By: Brian Winkels | Jan 15th 2007 – Part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture is a healing method developed over the past 2000 plus years in China and the Far East. Popular culture portrays acupuncture as pain therapy administered by practitioners using thin needles placed in specific points (i.e. acupoints) of the body. All in all this is a fai … Tags: Traditional Chinese Medicine – Is It Safe? By: Brian Winkels | Jan 8th 2007 – Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture continue to gain popularity among the American public for the treatment of diseases where mainstream medical therapies have had little success. Traditional Chinese medical treatments are based on the mystical belief that a cosmic energy called chi, flows through the human body an … Tags: Acupressure Or Acupuncture – Fingers Or Needles By: Brian Winkels | Jan 1st 2007 – Acupressure and acupuncture are not one in same techniques. They differ slightly because acupuncture makes use of thin needles in approaching health concerns while acupressure never breaks the skin. On the other hand, they do a have a few things in common. For instance, both are centered on touching meridians which carry en … Tags: The Beginnings Of Traditional Chinese Medicine By: Steve Hudson | Dec 14th 2006 – Alternative medicine and holistic healing are based off of concepts and philosophies of an ancient science. Tags: What Are The Side Effects Of Acupuncture? By: Karina Jacobsen | Sep 18th 2006 – Although the incidences of serious side effects from the practice of acupuncture are rare, they do exist. Many of the side effects are minor, but since acupuncture involves puncturing the skin with needles, the potential does exist for harmful effects to occur. But first of all, let’s define what acupuncture … Tags: Can Needles Really Manage Your Weight? By: Ng Peng Hock | Aug 30th 2006 – Recently, a new way of weight loss solution has become popular using needles. What is this? Another sales gimmick? Not really! It is a technique used by TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) practitioners known as "Acupuncture". Tags: Healing Through Qigong – The Art Of Breathing By: Eric Cho | Jul 28th 2006 – The word �"’˜Qigong’ is made up of the two words �"’˜Qi’ (meaning breath or gas in Mandarin) and �"’˜Gong’ (meaning technique or work). Thus Qigong basically means �"’˜breath work’. Qigong, therefore, is a technique of traditional Chinese medicine involving the regulation and coordination of breathing patterns t … Tags: Fertility And Your Fertile Soil By: Laurie Morse, L.Ac. | Jul 21st 2006 – So just what are the ingredients for the fertile soil in a woman"��s body that supports healthy pregnancy and birth? This is an important question for a woman trying to conceive. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has some solid contribution on the topic"��First, a woman"��s blood must be ample, nutritionally and hormonally … Tags: What Is Traditional Chinese Medicine? By: Ling Su | May 13th 2006 – Traditional Chinese medicine is gaining popularity in the U.S., as more and more people are learning the benefits of acupuncture, acupressure, deep massage, Qigong, and the herbal medicines. Westerners are the new kids on the block when it comes to receiving these treatments, as over a quarter of the population of the world … Tags: 相关的主题文章: