Chinese herbal medicine
Chinese herbal medicine can be used to treat both acute and chronic conditions, including colds, bronchitis, influenza, diarrhoea, depression, eczema and other skin problems, arthritis, stress, sinusitis, hay fever, haemorrhoids, back pain, indigestion, migrane, palpitations, gynecological conditions - period pains, pregnancy problems, anaemia, menopausal problems, discharges, fibroids, cysts, fertility, endometriosis, addiction problems.
Herbs also enhance the immune system and improve the quality of life so that patients experience improvements in mood and energy. Chinese herbs can be taken by all age groups, from young babies to the elderly.
The practitioner uses theories of traditional Chinese medicine to assess the patient's symptoms, medical history, and read the tongue and pulses. Often chinese herbal medicine is used in conjunction with acupuncture. The practitioner is on The Register Of Chinese Herbal Medicine.